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Top signs of a true holiday - with having time to relax and unwind as most important

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Nearly two-thirds of Brits would be happy to enjoy a holiday at home in the UK – as long as they have the chance to relax, unwind, and explore new surroundings.A poll of 2,000 Brits revealed that the top signs of a true holiday include staying in a hotel, being able to see the ocean – and trying activities they wouldn't usually do.And one in six said they would be happy travelling up to just 50 miles from their home for a break away – with one in three (31%) content as long as they can eat every meal in a restaurant, and try new foods.Waking up later than usual, wearing clothes which don’t usually leave the wardrobe at home, and getting to enjoy evening entertainment every night, are also classed as crucial for a real holiday.It also emerged more than a quarter (28%) find the idea of sitting on a beach for two weeks boring – with a fifth admitting they would rather a countryside retreat.Simon Thompson, managing director for Warner Leisure Hotels, which commissioned the research, said: “We’re so lucky to live on such a beautiful isle – Brits can find a whole host of gems, quite often right on their doorstep.“The results show you don’t have to travel for hours and hours to find a relaxing getaway, and can experience all the joy of being somewhere new without any of the hassle.”When quizzed on how long a “real holiday” should be, one in five said three days would be their minimum.And 39% don’t consider a holiday to be so unless they are staying in a hotel.More than a third (34%) must be able see the ocean, while 24% want the opportunity to try activities they wouldn’t usually do at home.And 41% like to have entertainment included on a break – although 68% want to be able to do their own thing.Going to bed later than usual,.

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