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Five Caravan Destinations You Need to Visit in the New Year

caravan sites with amazing facilities, stunning views and exceptional hospitality.

With so many sites around the UK to choose from, it can be hard to narrow down which sites are on the ‘must-see’ list. We have managed to select our top five sites that we believe you should visit in the New Year.  

  1. South Lychett Manor – Dorset

Winner of the Best Caravan Park in the UK in 2017 and 2018, South Lytchett Manor Caravan and Camping Park offers exceptional facilities within their 20 acres of tranquil parkland. Located just 13 miles from the Jurassic Coastline, the site is located perfectly for those who want to explore sites of natural beauty.  Facilities include; electrical hook-ups with TV connections, shower and toilet facilities, laundry rooms, children’s play areas, free Wi-Fi, shops with provisions and free-range eggs, local pubs and onsite coffee shop and bakery. Prices start from just £20 per night, dogs are welcome for an additional fee of up to £1.25 per night.

  1. Longleat Caravan Club Site – Wiltshire

Are you looking for a unique experience on your next caravan trip? Try the Longleat Caravan Club Site. Located on the same estate as the famous Safari Park, you will be able to hear the lions roar from your caravan! There are plenty of exciting attractions to enjoy near the site with the safari park, Stonehenge, Roman Baths and historical towns such as Bath and Bristol just a short trip away. The site offers electrical hook-ups, Wi-Fi, TV room, shower facilities, toilets, BBQ areas and Laundry Facilities. There are also plenty of pubs and restaurants only a short walk away. Prices start from £7.00 per night.

  1. Trevalgan Touring Park – Cornwall

Trevalgan is an award-winning site surrounded by stunning countryside and coastal scenery.  Located just 2 miles from the seaside town St Ives, the site is perfect for a family holiday. They have incredible facilities such as showers with underfloor heating, family washrooms, electrical hook-ups, Wi-Fi, laundry facilities, children’s play areas, stocked shop, fresh bread and pastries daily and indoor games room. There are plenty of restaurants and pubs only a short walk from the site. Prices start from just £25.50 per night which includes electric hook up plus 2 adults.

  1. Glen Nevis Caravan and Camping Park – Scotland

If you’re looking to head to the highlands for your next trip, stay at the Glen Nevis Caravan and Camping Park! Located on a 1000-acre estate of stunning countryside, you will get to explore historical sites such as the remnants of a vitrified Iron Age fort. You will also get to explore where several films have been shot such as Harry Potter and Braveheart. The caravan pitches come with a 16-amp electrical hook up, there are also fully serviced pitches with also include a water supply and drainage. The park facilities include showers and toilets, Wi-Fi, Children’s Play Area, Restaurant, Snack Van, On-Site Shop, Laundry Facility, Public Telephone, Fishing Permits and Dog-Friendly areas. Prices start from £19.50 per night.

  1. Gwerniago Campsite – Wales

Located in Snowdonia National Park, Gwerniago campsite is perfect for those who want a peaceful and tranquil time away. If you love wildlife, the park is near an RSPB nature reserve where BBC Spring Watch is regularly filmed. The camp facilities include showers and toilets, electrical hook-ups, power points, Wi-Fi, chemical disposals, and onsite shop. The site is also a working farm with sheep, cows, hens and horses. It’s only a short walk to local hotel renowned for its food and a chip shop which has been voted the best chip shop in wales! Prices start from just £20 per night.

All of these sites are guaranteed to offer an exceptional stay. When booking your trip make sure your caravan cover and towing jacket are in good condition. If you need a new cover get in touch with our friendly team today!


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