Tips To Ensure You Have Great Quality Sleep On Your Cornish Caravan Holiday
The number of British holidaymakers searching for and booking a staycation is up by a third, compared to the same time last year. While sunny Cornwall is British holidaymakers’ preferred destination, there’s something else which takes priority. A whopping 74% state that having ‘a comfortable bed’ is a must. So, just how do you ensure that you get a good night’s sleep on your great big Cornish caravan adventure?
Bring your own pillows
You’ll find any caravan that you book comes with a sufficient supply of pillows to ensure that you and your family are cosy and comfortable when you hit the sack. But, nothing can ever quite match up to having your own perfect pillow on your bed. Pillows are designed to support your neck and back while you get some shut-eye. As you’ll be used to the height, comfort, and even the smell of your own pillow, it’s worth taking your own on your Cornwall caravan holiday with you. According to The Express, 25% of holiday-goers take their pillow on a trip with them, so you won’t be alone in packing yours in your case.
Get the temperature just right
One of the biggest secrets to falling asleep quickly on holiday and waking up late is to get the temperature inside your caravan spot on. When you’re choosing the perfect caravan to cater for your family’s trip to beautiful Cornwall, make sure you consider the amenities it has to offer. By opting for a caravan with blown air or central heating in the bedrooms, you’ll be able to maintain the optimum sleep temperature of 16.1 degrees Celsius, whatever the weather. Meanwhile, ensure your caravan also has double glazing and opening windows in the bedroom as this will further boost your temperature control.
Utilize all the bedrooms
24% of holidaymakers say that embracing lie-ins while they’re on holiday is a joy. And, you’re sure to need it after spending the day walking around Porfell Park or having fun at East Looe Beach. However, when you’ve got noisy kids arguing in the room next to you, there’s no way anyone’s going to get a decent lie in. But, by booking a caravan which offers a double twin room, you can provide your kids with the luxury of a room of their own. Not only will this ensure that they sleep long into the morning, but it will provide you with ample opportunity to sleep late too. And there’s no need to be concerned if you’ve got more than two kids, as the pullout sofa-bed in the living area of your premium accommodation can double up as an additional bedroom when night falls.
With Cornwall offering plenty of great but tiring days out, you’ll need a quality caravan to retreat to which will allow you to bag a good night’s sleep. Thankfully, by choosing accommodation on a holiday park which provides premium caravans with multiple sleeping options, you can be sure that you and your family will wake up refreshed and raring to spend another day exploring all that Cornwall has to offer.
Written by: Cassidy Toni