If in need of wonderfully relaxing holiday, the Lodges with Hot Tubs might just be the right option for you. With a wide range of choices, the hot tubs are perfect for any time of the year. It gives you the perfect way to relax after a day of sightseeing, exploring or having fun with family and friends.
Not an expensive holiday option, the Lodges with Hot Tubs comes with spacious accommodation and is self catered. Local pubs, restaurants and eateries are located not far from your accommodation giving you the option of a night out as well. The wonderfully landscaped parks provide a picturesque setting of the countryside and are also located nearby some of the best coastlines and resorts, making it an ideal setting for getting out and about and exploring the area. Walking, cycling or mountain biking are fairly popular amongst holidaying folk, and an inviting, hot tub is just the way to relax, amongst warm bubbles and magical water, making you feel instantly relaxed and invigorated. Added facilities such as swimming pools, spas, tennis courts, leisure facilities and health and spas will gives you more fun things to on your holiday at the Lodges with Hot Tubs.
The Lodges with Hot Tubs is also perfect for a romantic holiday. The accommodation is spacious and offers some spectacular views, topped with your own private Jacuzzi. All you need to do is simply sit back, relax in your private Jacuzzi, while enjoying a quiet drink with your partner.
The latest issue of T Magazine pegs “culture tripping” as the new trend in travel. The story goes that those who can still afford to travel are attempting to assuage their guilt by infusing their odysseys with cultural significance. Pinacoteca Founder Anna Di Stasi tells the magazine, “It’s not about luxury anymore. Everything is cyclical, and slowly we’ll come back to the point of acceptance of the ‘L word,’ but for now it’s about the experience you take away with you.” Culture tripping reportedly is popular with families especially, who want their children to gain “enlightening experiences.”
Before you write off culture tripping as just another bourgeois exercise, however, be aware that it’s not just about immodest guilt. For some people, culture tripping is more about “shaking things up” and seeking authentic experiences for an emotional/spiritual recharge rather than making nice with those outside of the Fortune 500 club.
What do you think? Are you planning on culture tripping this year?