A holiday spot in Lancashire has been named among the UK's best breaks for 2024 in a new list by The Telegraph.

Introducing the list, the newspaper said: “From beach breaks on the Isles of Scilly to road trips in the Highlands, you don’t need to travel far for an amazing summer”.

Whether you’re a lover of UK staycations or you’re new to it and want to start exploring your homeland, there is so much opportunity when it comes to booking a trip away.

In the family adventures section of The Telegraph’s list, Lancashire’s Bowland Escapes Roundhouse features.

What did The Telegraph say about Bowland Escapes Roundhouse?

You can stay at Bowland Escapes Roundhouse for £60 per night (based on two adults and three children) via the Host Unusual website.

If living off-grid in the roundhouse with no electric sockets sounds like the detox you need, you can book your stay and find out more via the Bowland Escapes website.

The staycation spot in the Forest of Bowland also offers other accommodation options, including holiday lodges, camping pods, shepherd's huts, safari tents and more.

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The Telegraph said: “This year, swap screen-gazing for stargazing, plus an immersive history lesson, by staying at Bowland Escapes Roundhouse.

“This faithful replica of an Iron Age dwelling sits within a family-owned park in the heart of the Forest of Bowland, an official Dark Sky Discovery site.

“Families can explore the National Landscape’s woodland and riverbanks, walk the Ribble Valley Sculpture Trail, cook over the firepit and stare up at the sparkling stars, then huddle together under the roundhouse’s ancient-feeling – and definitely Wi-Fi-free – thatch.”