Glanllyn Lakeside Caravan and Camping Park Benefits from Rise in Domestic Tourism

Glanllyn Lakeside Caravan and Camping Park owners claim their business has seen the benefits of the rise in domestic tourism

The surge in UK staycations, linked to the recessionary practice of domestic holidaying, will increase staycationer spending in Wales by 25 per cent, a survey by Barclays claims.

The research results forecast UK domestic tourists holidaying in Wales will shift from spending £5.3bn to £6.6bn between 2013 and 2017. Furthermore, the survey predicts that spending by domestic tourists throughout the UK will also rise by 25 per cent surpassing £108bn by 2017 - Camping pods for sale. The results suggest economic recovery is on track, but people are hesitant to revert back to their pre-recession habits of holidaying abroad.

Edward and Megan Pugh, owners of Glanllyn Lakeside Caravan and Camping Park in Wales, are among those who are benefiting from the continuing trend in staycations - Camping pods for sale. The couple claims their business's activity is starting to resemble what was common in pre-recession times - Chalet pods.

However, the Pughs have remained mindful of the continued economic recovery. Mrs. Pugh stated, "[Tourists] have got a tight budget so they just stay for as many nights as they can afford and that's it. People are very wary of spending on their luxuries, and I suppose you would call a holiday a luxury." Hence, the Pughs have not risen the Park's prices - Chalet pods.

Glanllyn Lakeside Caravan and Camping Park is located by Wales' largest natural lake, Llyn Tegid (Bala Lake) - Camping pods manufacture, in the south of Snowdonia National Park. Glanllyn offers views of Aran and Arenig mountains, as well as 16 acres of level parkland that accommodates 75 caravans, 25 motor homes and 100 tents - Camping pods manufacture.

With such a breath-taking landscape as backdrop and affordable prices, it is no wonder Glanllyn Lakeside Caravan and Camping Park is reaping the benefits of staycationer spending.