Airbnb unveils trendy UK beach destinations for 2021
UK: Airbnb revealed Britain’s top ten seaside destinations in the UK, as schools start to go their separate ways for the summer.
Sandgate in Kent and Ingoldmells in Lincolnshire topped the list after seeing the biggest increase in the number of Britons looking for accommodation on the platform, be they families, friends or solo travelers.
UK holidaymakers will once again opt for trips closer to home this summer, and stays at seaside destinations will be among the most popular holiday choices, especially for those who live in cities keen on such a serene holiday. as possible in a short-term rental.
Airbnb’s ten most popular UK beach destinations for summer 2021 are:
- Sandgate, Kent
- Ingoldmells, Lincolnshire
- Sandilands, Lincolnshire
- Seaburn, County Durham
- Portishead, Somerset
- Guette, Somerset
- Saltburn-by-the-Sea, North Yorkshire
- Hornsea, East Yorkshire
- Cleveleys, Lancashire
- Walton-on-the-Naze, Essex
According to Airbnb The data, Britons are adopting national holidays again in 2021, with nearby travel accounting for 82% of nights booked in the UK in 2021 according to current projections.
Hornsea Super Airbnb Host Sue Fraser said, “Hornsea is a lovely and friendly town that welcomes its visitors. Through hosting on Airbnb, I have met people from all over the UK and many other countries as well, and all of them leave me with a positive impression. It’s a hidden gem on the coast: not a seaside resort, but a town that sits by the sea.
Amanda Cupples, Managing Director Northern Europe at Airbnb, said: “There’s nothing like the smell of fish and chips and the sound of seagulls to transport you straight to vacation mode, and the latter The year has seen a true resurgence of great british seaside vacations. And it’s not just the familiar summer pillars that feel love; this list shows Britons are exploring lesser-known destinations and prioritizing gems. beloved ones as a way of escape this summer.
“We encourage anyone considering hosting to give it a try and enjoy the next wave of travel – it not only increases income, but also helps revive local economies. If you can’t fail them, join them, ”she added.
Airbnb collected YO2Y growth data for searches performed by UK users between May 1 and June 23 of this year for stays between July and September 2021.
Earlier this year, Airbnb released its top trending destinations for 2021 in terms of travel searches that are high on the wishlists of many travelers around the world.