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Reviews for UK
It would not be surprising, given the unpredictable weather, if UK citizens didn’t embrace the camping spirit as much as people in other more climate-favourable parts of the world. The truth is however, that various factors have made camping in the UK a popular choice for holidaymakers. … read more … »
This week we have picked the best family friendly campsites in the UK. Finding your ideal caravan site or camping site largely depends on what you are hoping to get out of your holiday. Caravan sites vary in size, facilities and what they can offer. We have selected the ones that we think are most suitable for family holidays. … read more … »
In an earlier article I discussed Derbyshire Peak District camping. Here is another campground review from a nearby area – Ashbourne in Derbyshire. If you like the peace and olde world charm of the English countryside then this could be for you. … read more … »
There can be few more suitable destinations for a romantic getaway than the bonnie, bonnie banks of Loch Lomond. Geographically close to Glasgow, yet a world away from hectic city life, it’s the perfect getaway for the young urban couple. Whether it’s cycling through the heathered glens, or towing your caravan to a secluded bank of the loch, you won’t see a more beautiful slice of rural Scotland so close to a major city. Here is a guide to some of the more romantic things to see and do in and around this most famous of lakes. … read more … »
Another review by Lynn and Baz – our touring tornado team.
Though this is a Caravan Club park, it’s worth mentioning that it is open to non-members as well as members, and it is a fantastic park. On our travels up to North Wales we decided to stop a couple of nights to break the journey, so we booked in. WOW were we impressed! This is a must stay at site if you’re touring this area. … read more … »
A Review by Lynn and Baz – Easter 2011.
In 2011 we decided to take an Easter week break at this award winning holiday park. It’s a great little site about half a mile walk from the centre of Skegness with shops, buses, railway station and the usual seaside town attractions. An ASDA supermarket is only ten minutes away. Having said that, the park is nicely nestled in the beautiful Lincolnshire country side. It has everything you need for a great stay with all the amenities you could wish for yet it is peaceful and very quiet. … read more … »
Oh those halcyon days of yesteryear! Camping in the Peak District of Derbyshire is something not to be missed. The views, the history, the feeling of belonging. If you have never experienced this, you have to give it a go, even if you are a tourist from overseas, drop the five star hotel attitude, get hold of some camping gear and experience the real English countryside. … read more … »
Cornwall in the United Kingdom is one of those places you simply fall in love with. I lived there on and off for over a year and it never lost its magic. In later years I camped at a campground the name of I can no longer remember, but it may even have been Chy Carne in a former guise. Visiting Cornwall, it is hard not to travel back though time with romantic images of smugglers silently at work amongst the dark cliffs of the wild and rugged coastline. Visiting one of the small fishing villages like Polperro, Cadgwith or Mousehole you get similar feelings – has the world stopped turning? You can find out so much about the times gone by by chatting to the locals – perhaps down at the ‘local’. Right, if I have whetted the appetite enough, what about camp grounds? Well you won’t go far wrong with Chy Carne.. … read more … »