Getaway in the New Year

January might seem like an odd choice for taking a break due to the weather but it is in fact the perfect time to get away from it all. Christmas, although for the most part is a fun time, it can also be incredibly stressful and tiring. The demands placed on us seem great at this time of year. We might be under pressure to hit end of year work deadlines, be busy looking after children or elderly relatives, rushing around buying presents and spending a fortune on food. Not to mention the responsibilities of cooking for a family Christmas Day lunch and dealing with the inevitable family feuds that never mix well with copious amounts of alcohol on offer.

Maybe you are one of the unlucky ones and have drawn the short straw this year by having to work on Christmas Day. If you have lots of shifts booked in over the Christmas period, then a break in January could be your only option. You’ll really deserve it too.

So, with all of the above taken into consideration, you could do with a break! For most people, January is a time for feeling a bit flat. The excesses of Christmas are gone and so is most of our money and with the weather so bleak, it can feel like there is not much to look forward to. It’s back to work and school and summer still seems a very long way off. This is why January is the perfect time to get away. You don’t have to spend a fortune going abroad when you can try something brand new and unique, much closer to home.  Depending on what sort of transportation you are planning to drive in to get to your holiday destination you might want to consider getting some Buggy Whips from companies like Wisuk to put on the vehicle so you can be visible on the roads.  This is even more important if you have a large caravan or trailer being pulled behind you.

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Stay in an old-fashioned Hut, a unique way of glamping. These huts make warm, cosy and incredibly romantic getaways offering you a chance to stay close to the beautiful countryside but with all the comfort you would expect from a hotel room. These quaint huts are inspired by the travelling shepherds of old, moving the hut around on wheels to the fields where the sheep needed tending. They have come along way since then though and now offer deep double beds and en-suite facilities. Imagine the peace and quiet, seclusion and relaxation that could be yours to enjoy after a manic festive period.

You don’t need to worry about the elements either as these huts provide great all year round accommodation. They are perfect for a romantic getaway or to escape the hustle and bustle of daily life. There are sites offering these shepherds huts up and down the country and some even come complete with DVD, DAB radio and WIFI. Most offer amazing country views and wood burning stoves so you can experience the joys of country living with none of the inconvenience. Kitchen equipment is provided, fresh linen on the beds, cushions, stove and oven. What more could you ask for?

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