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staycation

A vacation for which one does not travel, often doing activities near where one lives. The word is a portmanteau of "stay" and "vacation." I took last week off and had a staycation with my family. We didn't do anything big, just had a relaxing little staycation.
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Presently, around seven in ten people have taken a staycation at least once in the last year, with just under 29% claiming to have taken such a break two to four times per annum.
YouGov's research shows that the preference for a staycation seems to vary according to one's place in the family life cycle.
Summary: Spending time with family and unplugging are the biggest pulls for a staycation, according to the survey.
YouGov's research showed that the preference for a staycation seems to vary according to one's place in the family life cycle.
These are nine of the best options for a staycation in Scotland.
Instead, he's taking a staycation, a getaway popularized after the Great Recession that's seeing a resurgence this year.
It's your chance to choose a staycation holiday hero, and go into a draw to win great travel prizes.
With its luxurious suites, upscale facilities, and five-star service, The Alpha Suites guarantees that guests will welcome the Lunar New Year and embrace the season of love with a staycation experience like no other.
One of the most popular ways to spend a relaxing vacation today is a staycation in the heart of the city.
Shakila Ahmed, Travelodge spokesperson said: "Our annual holiday index confirms that we have become a Staycation Nation.
Call free on 0808 271 4453 or visit attraction-tickets-direct.co.uk SOUTH-WEST TOP FOR STAYCATIONS CORNWALL and Devon are the top choices for a staycation, according to Travelodge's annual holiday index.
Call free on 0808 271 4453 or visit attraction-tickets-direct.co.uk St Agnes Head, Cornwall SOUTH-WEST TOP FOR STAYCATIONS CORNWALL and Devon are the top choices for a staycation according to Travelodge's annual holiday index.
A staycation has several benefits, including sleeping in your own bed, bypassing suitcase packing and discovering or rediscovering your local community.
Brexit has also influenced the number of Brits taking a staycation this year.