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An adults-only hotel group is helping Brits de-stress and find tranquillity with restorative wellness retreats, designed to be much more than the average staycation.
London, 10 February 2022: Britain’s largest UK holiday operator, Bourne Leisure, continues to expand its Warner Leisure Hotels portfolio through its acquisition of The Runnymede on Thames Hotel (“The Runnymede”).
Six meaningful conversations, three long walks and two barn-storming rows every month - that's the recipe for a perfect marriage, according to research.
A study of 2,000 UK happily wed adults also shows they benefit from taking a short break away together twice a year, as well as two longer holidays.
Wrapping presents, the big December food shop, and losing gift receipts have been named among the most stressful things about Christmas.
A hotel group is making that Friday feeling last even longer with the release of its Black Friday deals.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year – and arguably the best time for a mini-break!
Looking to get away for the bank holiday weekend but left it to the last minute? Just make sure you book before 23 August as this is the day which sees a huge surge in late bookings, according to a national hotel chain.
Festivals are back!
‘Mamamoons’ are now a thing, as hotel chain launches package to help the mother of the bride de-stress after the wedding
Big weddings are back – and it’s safe to say it’s been a difficult year for brides- and grooms-to be. But one hotel brand is recognising the valiant efforts of the mother of the bride too by launching a service to help them unwind after the big day.
Over 57 million days of annual leave went unclaimed last year, with workers expecting 2021 to be the same or worse
A study of 2,000 employed Brits found one in three failed to claim their full leave for the working year, with the average losing out on seven days’ break in total.
You can now watch Romeo and Juliet while sipping on a piña colada
You can now get that festival feeling without the wellies as Festivals of Gin launch across the UK