BRITS are looking forward to another summer of staycations, as the Covid pandemic puts people off holidaying abroad for a second year in a row.

There's plenty to enjoy about a seaside holiday in England, from pub lunches and beach fairgrounds to coastal walks- but a quintessential favourite worth trying this year is the beach hut.

The quaint multicoloured huts that line some of the country's best beaches have the power to make or break a trip to the seaside.

If you fancy a cuppa, a hot breakfast, shelter from the rain or even space for an afternoon nap for one the kids, these huts can usually cater for all of that and usually some beach games, deckchairs and blankets.

If you're in a particularly fancy hut, you might even get your own private terrace out front.

You'd be in fine company too – Keith Richards has a hut on West Wittering beach and Suggs has a hut in Whitstable.

Best of all, they don't need to break the bank – Beachhuts.com has shared with Sun Online Travel some of their best value huts, for rent from as little as £8 a day. Read on to find out more.

Happy Days, Wells Beach

£50 per day / £300 for a six day booking

For Hire Daytime. Location: Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk

An attractive beach hut on Wells Beach, with double doors that open onto a veranda with expansive views. 

Inside there is bench seating with storage, a table and chairs, a stove with cooking equipment and a fitted basin.  

Beach Hut: 2251, Durley Chine

£21 per day

For hire daytime. Location: Durley Chine, Bournemouth, Dorset, United Kingdom

Located on the promenade, a five-minute walk from Durley Chine cafe and very near the Westcliff lift and 10 minutes from Bournemouth's shops.

Inside the hut there is a camping stove, table and chairs for six, bodyboards and beach games.

Fruit N Hut, Southcliff

£40 per day

For hire daytime. Location: Clifflands, Cliff Road, Felixstowe, Suffolk

This hut has tea, biscuits, condiments, pots, pans, crockery, deck chairs, indoor seating, swingball and beach games.

According to the owners, the deck out front is a suntrap for most of the day.

Bramley, Southcliff

£40 per day

For hire daytime. Location: Southcliff, Walton on the Naze, Essex

This quaint beach hut is situated on the popular Walton on the Naze beach.

Inside is storage, seating and a stocked kitchen, plus beach games and bodyboards.

Meanwhile outside, the space has been extended to include a sun terrace.

Seas The Moment, Dunster Beach

£70 per night.

For hire overnight. Location: Dunster Beach, Dunster, Somerset

Recently renovated, this lakeside overlooks the nature reserve at the Dunster Beach site.

This property comes with a double bed, fully equipped kitchen area, living area toilet and shower.

It has front and back fenced patios and even a tv.

Jabba The Beach Hut, North Beach

£65 per day

Daytime hire. Location: North Beach, Southwold, Suffolk

This quintessential striped beach hut is on the promenade, right next to Southwold Pier.

Built in 2014, it includes crockery, cutlery, table and chairs, deckchairs, a two ring gas cooker and a kettle.

The hut has been used for photoshoots and marriage proposals.

Beach Hut 1614, Summerleaze Beach

£8 – £20 per day

Daytime hire. Location: Bude, Cornwall

There are 216 beach huts in Bude and £1m has been spent over the last few years updating them.

These come without running water or electricity but you'd struggle to find a cheaper beach hut for hire.

The Cabin, Holland On Sea Beach

£35 per day

Daytime hire. Location: Holland on Sea, Essex

 This beach hut, set 5m back from the beach, has panoramic views.

It comes with a gas hob, grill, sink, crockery, kettle, deckchairs, sun loungers, fishing rod, crab lines, parasol, windbreaker, blankets and children's toys.

Kora, Wells Beach

£46 per day (but with a 6-day minimum hire from June-September).

Daytime hire. Location: Wells-Next-The-Sea, Norfolk

This quintessential beach hut has its own deck and stairs that lead onto the sand.

It comes equipped with deck chairs, windbreaker, beach games and blankets, along with gas ring, kettle, crockery mugs and glasses.

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