As for entertainment? Parents will no doubt want to make use of the on-site spa, while kids will be able to enjoy a new Woodland Adventure Area, which is specifically designed so that “children and families are encouraged to enjoy the great outdoors”.
4. Llety’r Bugail, Anglesey Llety’r Bugail offers up a dreamy countryside escape. Surrounded by sprawling green scenery and a short walk from pebbled beaches, there’s something for the adventurers, while in the evenings you can take in the views from the outdoor seating area.
4. Faraway Treehouse, Cumbria You’ll feel like you’ve stepped into a real-life fairytale in this quirky treehouse thanks to its eclectic decor that’s inspired by pixies. There are floor-to-ceiling windows so you don’t miss out on the woodlands views – and we’re already dreaming of a soak in the roll top bath overlooking the greenery.
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“While there is sustainability money needed, there is bailout money needed, there’s also a dignity of work issue here,” he says. “All creatives want to do is make work. That’s why we’ve made sure we get going very quickly. Within a suite of strategies to support creative industries, this is one part.”
“It made more sense for him to stay out there until the next gig, and he wouldn’t have been able to film for Towie anyway because he’d have had to quarantine for two weeks when he got back from Spain.