When Garri Rayner started Go Glamping in 2008, the financial disaster loomed huge about the start of his on the internet listing for holidays in cabins, treehouses and yurts. “I was imagining ‘is this the correct time to be launching this detail?’.”
On the other hand, he found that the deep downturn basically served his bring about as much more Britons opted for “staycations” rather than flocking to Mediterranean beaches.
“People were being remaining at property and nearly anything associated to camping did very well due to the fact people today were being on the lookout for price range vacations,” suggests Rayner.
Although Go Glamping’s founder thinks coronavirus will make the financial disaster appear like a “cake walk”, he thinks the staycation could love another raise when the lockdown is calm.
“The feeling I get, using our site as a barometer, is when there is any semblance of normality the