Sorry for the doom and gloom. Although I do love a whinge, I do try to remain positive, but I fear for the future even after furlough. I am one of the lucky ones, and my company has joined the Extended Furlough scheme, which will continue until spring. However, elsewhere in the hospitality industry, it not so fortunate.
Tyntesfield is a National Trust property in Somerset. Some people believe that Tyntesfield is in Bristol, as it is so close to the border. The large Victorian house has extensive gardens and parklands, which I visited last week.
There are so many beaches only 30 minutes from Cardiff. I have taken some artistic licence, your travel time will depend on which side of the city you are travelling from, and of course the time of day you are driving. It may also take longer on public transport. If you are coming from North Cardiff it will be quicker to go west to areas such as Bridgend and Porthcawl. And from East of the city, it will be quicker to get to Penarth, Barry and Llantwit Major.
The second half of 2020 is going to be all about staycations. Staying in the UK for a holiday is becoming increasingly popular, especially after months of lockdown caused by COVID-19. Why should you consider it? Here are 5 reasons why you should consider taking a staycation.