The Isle of Wight is a stunning island that will be the perfect place for a staycation this year.

But before you go why not get some inspiration of things to see and do whilst you are there. We have found some amazing photos on Instagram which will give you an idea of what to expect whilst you are there. And we have 2 amazing resorts on the Isle of Wight that would be perfect as your base whilst you are exploring the area.


 

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So now you’ve got an idea of what to expect it’s time to start planning your trip to the Isle of Wight.

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Oxfordshire is known for many things, its universities, museums and libraries and being the inspiration for parts of Harry Potter!

So before you head down to Oxfordshire you will want to make sure you know of some amazing places to go and beautiful sights to see whilst you are there. Our beautiful The Springs Resort & Golf Club would make the perfect base for you during your stay.



Now that you’ve got some inspiration why not start planning your trip away to Oxfordshire?

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Whether you are just starting to plan your trip to Surrey or you are looking for things to do whilst you’re there we have found some incredible sights.

Our Tilford Woods Lodge Retreat makes a great base for you to explore the surrounding areas of Surrey. Whether you are after woodland walks, exploring local villages or just taking in the breathtaking views of the many fields and meadows. We have found some amazing images on Instagram which will hopefully give you some ideas on how to spend your days in Surrey.



Are you ready to start planning your trip to Surrey? Our retreat will make the perfect place for you to rest your head at night and relax in between exploring the area.

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No matter where you are in Devon you will be able to explore and find some beautiful spots.

Our resorts in Devon will make the perfect base if you are wanting to explore all that Devon has to offer. To help you figure out exactly where you want to head or if you are just looking for ideas for now, we have searched through Instagram and found some incredible areas and sites around Devon. Have a browse below and see which ones you want to add to your trip to Devon.


 

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If this has given you all the inspiration you need and you are ready to start planning your Devon staycation we can help you!

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Our stunning Hawkchurch Resort & Spa in Devon recently had a unique and totally unexpected surprise!

You will find that almost everyone has a funny holiday story to tell; whether that’s missing luggage, ending up somewhere unexpected or even getting lost. But for one family from Somerset, an unexpected arrival has given them a memory far more rewarding than that.

The family were staying in Devon at our Hawkchurch Resort and heavily pregnant Katie Fortt, 30, was seeking some much-needed R&R. They planned this trip two weeks before her due date for the birth of her second child, only to awake in shock on the second morning of the holiday to find herself having contractions.

A rushed phone call to emergency services confirmed that the ambulance would be arriving too late, so Katie’s mother, Lisa, jumped into action, with the 999-operative talking her through the incredible process of delivering the baby.

And just a couple of hours later and her new daughter – Indigo – was born, the ambulance reaching the site shortly after and were pleased to find mother and baby both well and healthy in their holiday lodge.

our first Hawkchurch baby

As the family are annual regulars to the Hawkchurch resort, Katie, her husband, her first daughter and her parents, Lisa and Rob Vaughn, will now have an even stronger connection to the area, hoping to return next year on the anniversary of Indigo’s exciting, if nerve-racking, birth.

“The staff were excellent,” said Rob, Katie’s father, who also helped with the delivery.

“The second we realised we would not be able to get Katie to Dorchester hospital, we phoned 999 and the operator talked my wife, Lisa through the process. We have been visiting Hawkchurch for more than six years so this just makes the place even more memorable!”

“It’s certainly been an experience!”

Carla Guppy, general manager of Hawkchurch Resort and Spa, said: “When we heard about the new arrival, we were absolutely thrilled, not least because it is the very first Hawkchurch baby!”

“The staff all did a fantastic job, and we were delighted to hear that both mother and baby are doing well and that the whole family will be continuing to visit us for their yearly holiday – we look forward to welcoming them again!”


Are you looking to book an escape in Devon? We have 2 amazing resorts for you to choose from:

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Dorset has plenty to offer, from its Jurassic Coast and rock formations to stunning towns and castles.

So before you head down to the southwest England we wanted to give you some inspiration on places to visit and stunning sights to see. In order to put this list together we have searched all over Instagram and found some amazing images to help you start planning your trip.


 

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So we hope we’ve given you some inspiration to start planning your trip to Dorset, why not start by booking your accommodation?

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Whether you are looking for an escape that’s for an occasion or just a break away for you and the family, we’re here to tell you why a Darwin Escapes break is for you!

From rural retreats to beachside breaks and everything in between, all of our resorts at Darwin Escapes can offer you exactly what you are looking for. But to help you make your decision on booking a holiday with us, we have listed below the top 10 reasons why a Darwin Escapes break is for you.


1. resorts across the UK

from the Cornish beaches to the Yorkshire Wolds

Here at Darwin Escapes we have 24 different resorts that range from Ayrshire in Scotland all the way down to Mullion in Cornwall. So no matter where you want to go in the UK we will definitely have a resort either in that exact location or a short drive from it. Each resort has something different to offer meaning that you will be able to find the perfect resort that suits you down to a T.

2. outstanding facilities

make the most of the pools, restaurants, spas, gyms…

Hydrotherapy Pool at The Springs

Some of our resorts across the UK can offer you a range of facilities that will keep everyone entertained. Whether you are looking for a place to relax and rejuvenate or you want a resort that will have plenty of things to make memories with the kids we’ve got you covered. Most of our resorts will have at least one amazing facility from spas, swimming pools, restaurants, GoActive activities, gyms, golf courses, saunas, evening entertainment and more!

3. price ranges to suit all budgets

find the perfect escape at the perfect price

From luxurious couple escapes to family breaks in the holidays, we can offer you a range of different holiday types that will suit all budgets. At all of our resorts you have the choice to stay from 2 nights up to 7 nights! And each resort also has different accommodation types which will help you stick to the budget you may have. All of our resorts are open almost all year round too which means you can see which time of year works out best for you.

4. ideal for spending quality time together

cherish time with your loved ones

Family Holidays at Bath Mill

No matter what type of staycation you are planning you will be going with people you love. With a Darwin Escapes break you will have the perfect excuse to spend some quality time together. Most of the time when you are working etc. it can be hard to make sure you have quality time together so planning a break away like this is the best way to cherish time together.

5. perfect for all year round breaks

whether you are after winter escapes or summer breaks

A Darwin Escapes break is perfect all year round. You can enjoy a week long summer break, a winter escape or even getaway for Christmas. All our facilities, resorts and accommodation can cater for every season so whether you are with us in May or October we can ensure you will have the most amazing break away as a family, group of friends or couple.

6. activities for all

keep the kids entertained

Facilities for Children at Norfolk Woods

In a handful of our resorts you will find that we have a GoActive team. Families of all ages will be able to stay entertained and have fun in a range of different activities that are on offer. You will find things like archery, fencing, raft building, sea scooters, body zorbs, water walkerz, snorkeling and more available during the week. You will also find things like parks and outdoor splash areas that are perfect for kids to spend time playing together!

7. makes the perfect base for exploring

discover more in the local area

The best thing about a Darwin Escapes break is that it makes the perfect base for exploring. You can decide an area in the UK you want to explore and we can almost guarantee that you will find one of our resorts not far from there. So enjoy some quality time together with outdoor adventures exploring the local area and beyond whilst knowing you’ve got a welcoming resort to head back to.

8. unique and luxurious accommodation

from treehouses to lodges, caravans to hotels

Treehouse at Rivendale

We have said this plenty of times already but a Darwin Escapes break can really offer something for everyone. All of our accommodation options are unique, clean and make a great base for your staycation. Whether you are after a luxurious lodge with an open plan living-diner area, want a couple’s escape in a unique treehouse or want to wake up next to the beach in a beach hut. We know we have the holiday accommodation to suit everyone in all of our resorts.

9. there doesn’t need to be an occasion to get away

enjoy an escape simply to unwind and re-charge

There is no need to justify why you are wanting to book a staycation. Wanting a change of scenery is enough of a reason to plan your next get away. Of course if there is an occasion coming up it makes a great excuse to plan an escape but you never need one with Darwin Escapes!

10. no pet gets left behind

pet friendly accommodation at most of our resorts

Pet Friendly Holidays

Darwin Escapes can offer you a huge range of pet friendly holidays across the UK. So whether you are wanting to enjoy countryside walks or relaxing on a beach we have plenty of pet friendly accommodation options to cater for all. No holiday is complete without including your four-legged member of the family.


Darwin Escapes can provide you with the perfect holiday escape as well as providing you with the chance to own your own holiday home at one of our incredible resorts.

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Enjoy exploring the rugged county on the southwestern tip of England. With stunning beaches and wild moorlands throughout the peninsula.

Cornwall has so many things to see and do it can be hard narrowing it down to decide where to head during your time there. So we are here to give you a helping hand in doing exactly that. Using our research we have put together the ultimate list of things to do in Cornwall, they are perfect for kids, couples, families of all ages and groups of friends. Have a read and see which you’d like to add to your list for next time you’re down in Cornwall.


Eden Project

Bodelva, Par, PL24 2SG

things to do in Cornwall - Eden Project

The Eden Project is an eco-visitor attraction in Cornwall and is an educational charity. The unique Biomes and outdoor gardens cover around 30 acres and if you explore it all it will take around 4 hours. All across the site there are different facilities which make exploring the Eden Project memorable. They have so many things to do and explore like the Rainforest Biome, Mediterranean Biome, Invisible Worlds exhibition, outdoor gardens and more.

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Minack Theatre

The Minack Theatre, Porthcurno, Penzance, TR19 6JU

things to do in Cornwall - Minack Theatre

The world-famous Minack Theatre is located in Cornwall, an impressive open-air theatre that is constructed into a granite cliff overlooking the incredible Porthcurno Bay. Although this theatre looks like it was built by the ancient Greeks it was only built less than 10 years ago! They have a range of different live performances throughout the year so make sure you check out what’s on during your time in Cornwall. Even if you don’t want to watch anything it’s a site that you will still want to see.

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Tintagel Castle & Merlin’s Cave

Castle Rd, Tintagel, PL34 0HE

things to do in Cornwall - Tintagel Castle

Located on the peninsula of Tintagel Island you will find Tintagel Castle, a medieval fortification sat right on the clifftops of the rugged island. To get onto the island there is an impressive bridge that you have to walk across as the entrance to the 13th century castle. Whilst you are in the area you could also explore Merlin’s Cave, located in the cliffs beneath the castle. It’s a 330 foot long sea cave that has been formed by erosion and it stretches all the way from one side of the island to the other so you can walk straight through it!

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Lanhydrock House and Garden

Treffry Ln, Bodmin, PL30 5AD

things to do in Cornwall - Lanhydrock House & Garden

This country house and estate is the perfect place to explore if you want to learn more about Victorian life. You will be able to get a glimpse into the life of servants along with how the luxurious family lived. And the large wooded estate has plenty of gardens, woodlands, riverside paths and off road cycle trails that you can explore. Lanhydrock House and Garden is a stunning place to go for a day in Cornwall.

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Porthmeor Beach

Porthmeor Hill, Saint Ives, TR26 1JU

things to do in Cornwall - Porthmeor Beach

Located in St Ives, Porthmeor Beach is the perfect place to go if you want to enjoy blue waters, sandy beaches and lunch at trendy cafes that are not far from the beach. It’s an extremely popular beach for swimmers and surfers but many come to enjoy a picnic on the sand and enjoying the warm weather in the summer months. If you are visiting St Ives it’s definitely worth having a wonder down to Porthmeor Beach for a few hours.

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Lappa Valley

St Newlyn East, Newquay, TR8 5LX

things to do in Cornwall - Lappa Valley

An attraction that is perfect for families with children, Lappa Valley can provide you with plenty of fun things to do in their secret valley in the Cornish countryside. There is a boating lake, crazy golf, adventure play park, indoor play area and a range of steam trains that you can enjoy a ride on. There is also a café at Lappa Valley serving a range of hot and cold meals, drinks and snacks for all. And at the end of the day you have to stop at the gift shop and have a look around at the things for sale.

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The Hidden Valley Discovery Park

Tredidon, Launceston, PL15 8SJ

things to do in Cornwall - The Hidden Valley Discovery Park

There is something for everyone at The Hidden Valley Discovery Park which makes it a great place to head if you are away with your family and want to keep everyone entertained. There are a range of puzzle trails that you can explore to find your way to the Forbidden Mansion. On the way you will also have to look out for the miniature railway that goes through the gardens. And in The Hidden Valley Discovery Park there is also a maze that you can try and work your way around.

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Flambards Theme Park

Clodgey Lane, Helston, Cornwall, TR13 0QA

things to do in Cornwall - Flambards Theme Park

An amusement park located in South Cornwall which will make the best family fun day out whilst you’re in the area. At Flambards Theme Park there are over 25 different rides to suit all ages from the western mine train to the sky swinger and there are also different exhibitions throughout the year too. You can also enjoy some food whilst your there at their café or Ferdi’s Burger Bar, or there are plenty of picnic benches and open grass areas where you can bring and eat your own food.

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South West Coast Path Walk – Mullion Cove to Lizard Point and Village

Mullion Cove, TR12 7EP

things to do in Cornwall - South West Coast Path Walk

Cornwall is known for its breath taking views and stunning clifftops so why not enjoy both during the South West Coast Path Walk? The walk starts at Mullion Cove and continues mainly along clifftops until you eventually get to the Lizard Peninsula. It’s the perfect walk to enjoy even with dogs as you go past various beaches and pubs that welcome dogs. This can be a full day activity as you can stop and start as many times as you like to take in all the sites and views that come with the walk.

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Cornish Seal Sancturay

Gweek, Cornwall, TR126UG

things to do in Cornwall - Cornish Seal Sanctuary

The Cornish Seal Sanctuary rehabilitates over 70 seal pups that have been rescued for different reasons each season! And you can visit the Sanctuary and experience the new life for these rescues and learn about all of their stories and where they came from. At the Sanctuary you will find grey seals, common seals, Humboldt penguins, southern sea lions, beavers and paddock animals like ponies, goats and sheep!

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Lizard Lighthouse

3 Lighthouse Rd, Lizard, Helston, TR12 7NT

things to do in Cornwall - Lizard Lighthouse

The thing that makes the Lizard Lighthouse so distinctive is the two towers on either end of the building. This lighthouse symbolises the most southerly point of mainland Britain and is open for tours throughout the year. If you are around this area we would definitely recommend booking onto a tour to learn more about this iconic landmark in Cornwall. Within the tour you are able to climb to the top of the Lighthouse and take in all the breath taking views.

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Fistral Beach

Newquay, Cornwall, TR7 1HY

things to do in Cornwall - Fistral Beach

Known for being the home of British Surfing, Fistral Beach is the perfect place to go even if you aren’t a surfer! There is a huge International Surfing Centre that was built in 2003 which has various restaurants, retail outlets and more inside. There are also a range of events that are hosted here each year like Boardmaster’s and Europe’s largest surf and skate festival! So whether you are after a day at the beach or you want to get involved in some beach activities Fistral Beach will definitely keep everyone entertained.

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Newquay Zoo

Trenance Gardens, Newquay, TR7 2NL

things to do in Cornwall - Newquay Zoo

Spread across 13 acres, Newquay Zoo has a range of different animals that you can view and learn about. From lions to monkeys, penguins to meerkats, there are so many animals you will be able to spend the whole day exploring the zoo. There are also 3 different cafes and restaurants available that you can takeaway food from and enjoy whilst you’re at the zoo.

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The Japanese Garden

St Mawgan, Nr Newquay, TR8 4ET

things to do in Cornwall - The Japanese Garden

If you are looking for a place where you can escape the hustle and bustle of general life then you will love The Japanese Garden in Newquay, Cornwall. It is the perfect space for calming the mild and taking in the stunning views of the authentic Japanese garden. The garden was created by Robert & Stella who passed it on to their daughter Natalie and her partner Stuart when they retired. They are open from March to October each year.

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Bude Castle

The Wharf, Bude, EX23 8LG

things to do in Cornwall - Bude Castle

One of the finest and oldest Grade II listed buildings in Bude, you will find the castle nestled near the sand dunes of Summerleaze Beach. The castle is also located at the side of the Bude Canal. Built in 1830 you can imaging there is a lot of history behind this building and today it is The Castle, Bude’s Heritage Centre where you will find art galleries, a café, shop and exhibition spaces inside.

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We have three different incredible resorts that are located around Cornwall and each would make a great base for exploring the local area.

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The past 2 years have shown us how popular staycations have been for everyone in the UK, and 2022 will be no different.

With uncertainty still floating around about holidaying abroad it makes sense to enjoy all that the UK has to offer by booking a staycation for 2022. There are so many options that you can choose from when planning your UK break and there is always something to suit everyone – whether you are with family, friends, couples or pets! Keep reading to find out why we think staycations are here to stay in 2022 and our top picks for a range of different people.


why are staycations so popular?

family walking through sand dunes on holiday Crinch Tramway Village

From a survey carried out by Hoseasons in 2021, 83% of British travellers say they would book another UK break again next year. Of course this is due to the pandemic but from this more and more Brits have realised how good it is to have a staycation instead of going abroad. So it looks like the staycation boom is here to stay in 2022 for a number of different reasons. They are convenient and usually a lot more affordable than going abroad. They are also better for the environment and economy and they give you the chance to explore the country that you live in!


why is a staycation important?

Staycations have become extremely important as they help the economy massively. Especially the local economy of where you will be staying. Along with helping the economy they also guarantee peace of mind meaning you can really look forward to your holiday knowing you are staying in the UK. They also give you a lot more time to relax and explore the area you are staying in as there is less you have to plan usually when staying in the UK.


our top picks for 2022 staycations

perfect for walkers and explorers

Rivendale Lodge Retreat
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Enjoy exploring The Peak District whilst using the stunning Rivendale Lodge Retreat as your base. With treehouses and lodges available you can enjoy time together in your spacious self-catering accommodation. If you love walks, hikes and cycling you will be able to explore and discover all the best trails in the area like the famous Tissington Trail!

  • The Peak District
  • Pet-friendly
  • Outstanding natural area
  • Bistro on site
  • Bar on site
  • Treehouses and lodges

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perfect for relaxing

Norfolk Woods Resort & Spa
Norfolk Woods Resort Spa Reception Norfolk Woods Resort Spa Sauna Room

Sometimes with a staycation you just want to sit back, relax and use this time as an escape from day to day life. And that is exactly what you can do at Norfolk Woods Resort & Spa, with the spa on site you will be able to enjoy a range of amazing treatments and facilities there. It’s also a great place for families with an outdoor splash zone and swimming pool.

  • Norfolk
  • Holidays & holiday home ownership
  • Indoor heated swimming pool
  • Spa at Norfolk Woods
  • Bistro on site
  • Lodges for up to 6 guests

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perfect for family time

Cheddar Woods Resort & Spa
Cheddar Woods Resort Spa Park Cheddar Woods Resort Spa Bowling

All types of families will find the perfect escape at Cheddar Woods Resort & Spa. This pet-friendly resort has everything to keep the family entertained. You’ll find an indoor heated swimming pool, Go Active activities along with a two-lane bowling alley and the Eden Spa where parents can enjoy a massage or facial.

  • Somerset
  • Holidays & holiday home ownership
  • Family-friendly
  • Swimming pool
  • Eden spa
  • Pet-friendly

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perfect for a couples escape

Beach Cove Coastal Retreat
Beach Cove Coastal Retreat View Beach Cove Coastal Retreat Hot Tub

Whether there is an occasion or not, Beach Cove makes the perfect escapes for couples of all ages. Enjoy the views of the cove below and chill out in the hot tub in your premier lodge or explore the local area with your four legged friend. The lodges are all self-catering with kitchen facilities and a fully fitted bedroom.

  • Devon
  • Beach holidays
  • Outstanding natural beauty
  • Pet-friendly
  • Perfect for 2 guests
  • Hot tubs available

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perfect for golf lovers

Kilnwick Percy Resort & Golf Club
Kilnwick Percey Resort Golf Club Kilnwick Percy Resort Golf Club Lodge

Our Kilnwick Percy Resort offers you a place where you can enjoy the fresh air, put all your stresses aside and relax. With a golf course set in 120 acres, a stunning Glasshouse Restaurant and spa treatments available this resort would be perfect for golf lovers and people who just want to relax. Each lodge also has a hot tub that you can use during your stay.

  • Yorkshire
  • Golf course set in 120 acres
  • Glasshouse Restaurant
  • Pet-friendly
  • Spa treatments
  • Outstanding natural beauty

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We have 24 amazing resorts across the UK which will make the perfect choice for your next staycation in 2022.

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This year you will be able to watch Birmingham Hippodrome’s first pantomime since 2019, Goldilocks and the Three Bears!

Over the past couple of years we have been partners with Birmingham Hippodrome and sponsored a range of their shows and pantomimes that they have hosted in the past. (Read more about our partnerships) This year we are sponsoring their Goldilocks and the Three Bears pantomime that runs from Saturday 18 December 2021 to Sunday 30 January 2022.

There are many big names in the cast like Jason Donovan who will be playing the Evil Ringmaster, Matt Slack as the Ringmaster, Doreen Tipton as Doreen the Lion Tamer, Andrew Ryan as Dame Betty Barnum, Alexia McIntosh as Candy Floss and Samantha Dorrance as Goldilocks!

As well as this amazing headline cast there will also be an amazing line-up of circus acts throughout the pantomime. This means that Goldilocks and the Three Bears is the first circus-themed pantomime at Birmingham Hippodrome for 24 years!

Book tickets to Goldilocks and the Three Bears here

We thought it would be a great idea to ask Samantha Dorrance who plays Goldilocks some questions about holidaying in the UK to learn a little more about Samantha. And from her answers we have chosen the best Darwin Escapes resort.

Name: Samantha Dorrance

Which area of the UK is your favourite place to book a staycation?

St Ives

When searching for a (UK) holiday – what’s the first thing you look for?

Sea view and balcony! Preferably with a bakery close by so I can pick up some fresh bread for breakfast!

What would you never forget to pack?

My very over the top sunglasses.

What is the main thing you want to do during a staycation?

I love to have variety on holiday but sunny beach days and a lovely town or city to potter about in (with plenty of independent restaurants and coffee shops) would have to be my main two needs.

If you booked a self-catering lodge, would you cook every night or eat out?

If our budget allowed it, I’d choose to eat out every night but one. I think it’s nice to have one evening towards the end of the holiday where you stay in and just be cosy together.

Please tell us which of the options below you would opt for during your perfect getaway, based on your answers you will be matched to your ideal Darwin Escapes resort.

This or That?

Sunrise or Sunset

Beers or Cocktails

Woodland Walks or Beach Walks

Dinner for 2 or Big Family Dinner

Fish & Chips or Afternoon Tea

History or Scenery

Spa Treatment or Adventurous Activity – ER, BOTH!

Lodge or Caravan

Hot Tub or Power Shower

Last Minute Deal or Long Holiday Countdown(MORE EXCITING!)

Learn to Relax or Learn a New Skill

City Exploring or Countryside Living – DEPENDS!

Holiday as a Couple or Holiday as a Family

Facilities or Local Area

Summer Breaks or Winter Escapes

Samantha’s ideal Darwin Escapes resort is…

Beach Cove


We have 24 different resorts across the UK so why not have a browse at all of the destinations available for holidays and holiday home ownership.

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Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Our resorts in England and Wales are open. Please note, the opening times for all facilities and bistros/restaurants are subject to change throughout the 2022 season. All visitors and guests are asked to follow all government advice relating to Covid-19 whilst at our resorts.

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