Great British Break

Are you dreaming of a great escape this year? Britain is blessed with beautiful coastlines, world-class cities and spectacular rural regions. With some people feeling unsure on travelling abroad this year, it is now the perfect time to start planning a staycation within Britain.

Holidays and trips away have not been an option for several months due to the current coronavirus pandemic. However, there is now cause to be optimistic about holidaying this summer.

Restoring tourism in the UK will provide a much-needed boost for the economy and provide families, friends and couples with the break that they need.

Let us get out into the countryside, the coastline and really cherish what is on our doorstep.

The Aspiration are here to recommend, advise and help you book your perfect staycation this year! Here are a few suggestions from The Aspiration Group Team.


Cornwall has reinvented itself as one of the nation’s creative corners, with breath-taking beaches, rich with history and vibrant creative coves to explore. Cornwall is designed for everyone being the perfect break for relaxing by the sea and taking in the coastal landscapes.

Lake District

Being the UK’s most popular national park, the postcode destination is awash with outdoor activities and the perfect place for you to explore. Renowned for stunning walking routes, natural history, and quaint lakeside communities, you will no doubt fall in love with the place.


A city oozing with history and culture is the perfect break away. Visit the mighty castle and explore the phenomenal art scenes, shopping and indulge in the vast dining options. With beautiful landmarks and sceneries, you will wonder why you have not visited before.

Isle of Wight

Located a few miles off the south coast of the UK, the Isle of Wight is best known for walking, relaxing and visiting the picturesque harbour towns and coastlines. This small island is the perfect location for all ages.

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