NEED inspiration for your next UK break? Why not look to where celebs head on their staycations.
Despite them having plenty of cash to jet off to more exotic locations, a lot of A-listers seem to love a UK break as much as the rest of us.
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Staycations are a bigger holiday trend than ever this year – as many of us look to play it safe and stick to the UK for a holiday.
According to holiday company Park Leisure, searches for staycations have shot up 384 per cent since January, and with international travel still up in the air, UK holidays are set to be incredibly popular.
And like the rest of us, celebrities will also be forced to ditch the Maldives and the Bahamas for the likes of Cornwall and North Wales.
From Gordon Ramsay and Jesy Nelson visiting the Costa del Cornwall, to the Beckhams holidaying in the Cotswolds, here’s where to book to follow in the footsteps of the A-list.
Cornwall on the south-west coast of England is a hotbed for celeb spotting.
After all the south coast, dubbed the Cornish Riviera, has lots of beautiful backdrops that are ripe for photo opps.
There are harbour villages, towering cliffs and seaside resorts like Newquay, known for surfing.
Recent visitors have been Peter Andre, who went crabbing on Crantock beach and surfing during his break there with wife Emily and youngest children Theo and Amelia.
Strictly Come Dancing star, AJ Pritchard, and his brother Curtis were spotted exploring the beautiful sights of the county in the last year, as well as popstars Rochelle Humes and Jesy Nelson, Loose Women presenter Stacey Solomon and actress Nadia Sawalha.
Gordon Ramsay, who owns several holiday homes in Cornwall, is also a regular.
If you decide to head to Cornwall this summer Red Letter Days and Buyagift have created a travel guide for the area, covering everything from the best places to visit to the best beaches and family activities.
There’s a whole host of landscapes to explore in Devon – giving those who visit lots of variety and freedom.
There’s beaches of course, where you can surf, kayak, swim or just enjoy walking the rugged coastal paths, but then there’s also the wildness of Dartmoor.
And that’s before you even get to its towns and cities – from Exeter and Torquay to Dartmouth and Totnes, you can find great shopping, pubs and restaurants, as well as a lot of history.
Devon is a common holiday destination for celebs. Property guru, Kirstie Allsopp owns a house in the county, while model and TV personality Kelly Brooks is among the celebs who visited the region last summer.
North Wales is known for two things – rugged natural beauty and for attracting a fair share of A-list visitors.
Wayne Rooney and his wife Coleen have holidayed in the region numerous times, while Ant and Dec were treated to a luxury stay in the region while filming the 2020 season of I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!, staying in a £1,000 a week cottage in Penmaenmawr, near Conwy.
Hollywood stars also flock there, including actor Andrew Lincoln and his wife Gael Anderson, who went surfing in Snowdonia.
Good Morning Britain presenter, Kate Garraway, has also chosen the British location for a a holiday, staying in Abersoch with her family and friends.
Royals Prince William and Kate also chose to start their married life living in a cottage on the island of Anglesey.
With its postcard perfect villages and towns, the Cotswolds has long been a popular choice with the rich and famous.
With a great mix of beautiful scenery and history, places of particular notes in the area are Bidbury and Cirencester, and there’s great day trips from the region too, including to the beautiful city of Bath.
Stars like the David and Victoria Beckham and TV presenter Amanda Holden own holiday retreats in the area.
Here are some of the best deals if heading to the Cotswolds:
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