The boom in UK staycations has prompted the award-winning Love2Stay resort on the outskirts of Shrewsbury to invest a further £1.5 million in a new development of luxury glamping lodges ready for Easter.
An award-winning Shropshire leisure resort is expecting another surge in interest in activities at its adventure centre following the UK staycation boom last year.
People visiting the popular Mid Wales coastal resort of New Quay for school half term break in February are in for a treat, as dolphin spotting trips are set to begin earlier this year – weather permitting.
More first time visitors discovered Mid Wales as a tourist destination this year due to the staycation boom, an annual meeting was told.
The Mid Wales tourism industry has been urged to grasp the air of staycation positivity that is engulfing the region to make it one of the UK’s most desirable leisure destinations.
One Powys business has picked up a major international award from top travel website TripAdvisor despite the challenges of the Covid-19 lockdown.
The Old Vicarage, a Bed and Breakfast in Llangurig, near Llanidloes, has been awarded a TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice Award, putting it amongst the top 10% of hotels and B&Bs in the UK.
The health and wellbeing benefits of cold water swimming are attracting up to 70 people a day to the multi-award winning Love2Stay resort in Shrewsbury.
The resort, owned by Salop Leisure, has Europe’s largest commercial Biotop natural outdoor swimming pool which is proving increasingly popular with swimmers.
Two Shropshire businesses, Salop Leisure and Dulson Training, have teamed up to ensure that new owners have the correct driving licence and skills to tow a touring caravan and drive a motorhome.
Before selling a brand new or pre-owned touring caravan, award-winning Shrewsbury caravan and motorhome dealership, Salop Leisure, ensures that buyer is legal to tow.
The managers of a five star caravan holiday home park on the Shropshire/Powys border are expecting a busy year now that Covid-19 travel and tourism restrictions are being lifted.
Russell Midgley and Nikkole Pedder took over as managers of the picturesque Seven Oaks Holiday Home Park at Coedway, between Shrewsbury and Welshpool, on March 1 last year, shortly before the first Covid-19 lockdown.
A leading Shropshire touring caravan park has added a second national title to its growing list of honours after being judged the best site in the UK for motorhomes.
The lofty accolade has been bestowed on Ludlow Touring Park by Practical Caravan and Practical Motorhome in their annual Top 100 Sites Guide, which was supported by 7,000 caravan and motorhome owners this year.