It's time to experience something different this summer...
For most, just having a Virtuo delivered to your front door and collected when you’re finished is enough of an experience to rave about all summer. Not only that but having a Virtuo that you unlock with your phone is, even more, to get excited about. However, for those who are hungry for something different, we’ve put together 7 unique experiences to try this summer.
Glamping at The Nest, Lincolnshire
Escape the city and embark on a unique glamping experience at The Nest. Nestled between Peterborough and Stamford, you’ll find three picturesque lodges which embrace all of the joys of the British countryside with some luxurious touches. The Nest offers three dog-friendly lodges, equipped with gorgeous beds, wood-burning stoves and freestanding baths which provide for a truly relaxing and unforgettable glamping experience.
Explore Rome along Hadrian’s Wall
Step back a long way in history and discover the remains of Hadrian’s wall, built in AD122. Taking over 6 year to construct and requiring 15,000 to build it by hand, the wall spans a 73 mile route. Whilst just 10% of the wall survives today, you will be blown away by this feat of Roman engineering. The whole route is easily accessible by car, so you can explore to your hearts (and feet!) content.
Discover J.R.R Tolkien’s inspiration for The Lord of the Rings in Coleford
Whilst we cannot confirm that this is true, we can definitely imagine it could be the case. Puzzlewood in the forest of Dean, covers 14-acres with bridges, rock and tree formations and winding pathways. A perfect family day out, discover farm animals, outdoor picnic tables, a cafe, children’s playground and more!
Check in to England’s oldest inn in Nottingham
This Trip To Jerusalem Inn has long been known to be a refreshment stop for crusaders heading to Jerusalem in the 12th century and some say King Richard the Lionheart’s knights also stopped here before marching onto to fight the saracens. This inn is situated at the base of the cliffs of Nottingham castle, and these cliffs were the perfect brewing environment before modern technologies stepped in.
Gaze in awe in the Britain’s largest cave chamber, North Yorkshire
This cave system is usually only accessible by experienced cave explorers, however in August two local caving clubs run a winch meet, where members of the public will be lowered into the cave on a boatswain’s chair. The chamber is an astonishing 98m deep and usually has a substantial waterfall. This cave system is 16.6km, so plenty to explore!
Go to Glastonbury, Somerset
No, we don’t mean the festival, the town is eclectic to say the least and worth a visit on it’s own. Church of England sites sit side-by-side to buddhist temples, in the same high street you can buy armoury yet also buy some crystals. The main attraction is the Tor, with a ruined church and countless myths to go with it, many say this is the burial site of King Arthur!