If couples have a holiday home they are paying annually for, it encourages them to use it as much as possible or it's a waste of money.
This is a place to leave everything and everyone behind- you're little haven. No one will call on you unexpectedly, no one will bother you. You physically and mentally depart from the stresses of home and work life and all you have is each other and free time.
With no distractions, there is more time for the stuff you actually want to do- like have sex. And it always feels more exciting if it's in an unfamiliar bed.
Unlike going camping, you can just turn up, turn on the amenities and away you go. Knowing that you don't have to put in a lot of effort once you arrive can help you both unwind faster.
As you drive towards your destination, your stress levels reduce because there are no expectations once you get there. You can see how the mood takes you and plan something in or just sit next to each other with a good book.
If couples have a holiday home they are paying annually for, it encourages them to use it as much as possible or it's a waste of money. This means that lovers take all their holidays rather than sacrificing them because there is very little added expense when they get there, unlike a holiday abroad.
If you both have something to look forward to in the week, it makes you work towards it. You will be more productive at work and at home in preparation for some well needed time off.
Generally holiday homes are located in rural areas- which mean lots of physical activity- walking, hiking, cycling etc. Those endorphins will be activated and you will burn lots of calories making you feel energised and happy.
Many of these remote locations don't have Wi-Fi, so you have to ignore all digital devices and just focus on one another. A digital cleanse encourages you both to pay more attention to each other and become creative with ideas.