If you need somewhere to park up your own caravan or just want to stay in a static one, we have listings for caravan sites and parks where you can be assured of more than just the basics of electricity and other amenities. Some are very much as you would expect them to be, but others are fabulously quirky like a traditional gypsy caravan form the thirties or a slightly more bling model from the sixties!
Featured Caravan Sites/Parks
£288.00 to: £524.00 (based on two staying)
£12.50-£36 for camping pitches; cottages from £630 to £1455
From £319.00 to: £649.00 (based on two staying)
£288.00 to: £524.00 (based on two staying)
£39.31 to £75.98 per night (plus standing charge of £70.98 to £103.75 per...
From £319.00 to: £649.00 (based on two staying)
From £658.00 to: £757.00 (based on two staying)
From: £374.00 to: £777.00 (based on two staying)
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From £12.50 per night for tents to £195 for static caravan hire in low season
From £335-£2935 per week.
4 man ten + car £22.50 per night; Walkers/cyclists £9 per night; Small caravan £22.50 per night; Small motorhome £19 per night. Students under 16 £16 per night; Students over 16 £7 per night
Camping from £15 per family per night; Caravan from £25 per night. 3 bedroom cottage from £300 per week
Camping pitches from £14.50-£20; Static caravan from £255-£359 per week; Camping pods from £40-£60; Two-bed holiday homes from £215 per week; Apartment/cottages from £285/£369 per week.
Safari tent and cottage from £334 per wk; lodge from £354; camping from £14.50
from £18 camping to £90 yurt. All other prices in between.
Standard 2-bed caravan for 3 nights from £246
Camping from £13.60 (tent or van plus two adults); shepherd’s hut from £48; holiday caravan from £305 per week; holiday lodge from £370 per week; six-bed cottage from £360 per week
Pitches from £10 for tents or £13 for caravans/campervans
From £8 a night
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Caravans: £65-265. Chalets: £72-215. Apartments: £45-190. (all to rent per night)
Caravans cost approx. £185 per night
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From £33 per night for a grass pitch during peak season
From £15 for non-electric pitch; from £18 electric hook-up
Standard 2-bed caravan for 3 nights from £230.
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Camping from £14 (tent plus two adults), B&B twins from £90.
£12.50-£36 for camping pitches; cottages from £630 to £1455
Weekends from £160, midweek breaks from £145, weeks from £360 Large groups and events on request
£7-£55 depending on camping or caravan and dates
From £288.00 for 7 nights up to:£524.00 (based on two staying)
£37pn Big Chief Wigwam (inc 2 adult) and £42pn Running Water Wigwam (inc 2 adult). Extra: Adult £6pn, Infant (0-3) £foc & Child (4-16) £4pn
Tents are approx. £145 per night, caravans are approx. £185 per night,
From £11 per night
Caravans from £133, Apartments from £143, Lodges from £176 per night
yurts cost £110, domes cost £120, camping costs £36
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Caravan pitches from £21.75 per night; cottages from £320 per week
Tent from £6 per night; Caravan from £25; B&B double from £70; Self-catering house from £1,750 per week; 4-bed bunkhouse from £70 per night.
Pitches from £14, caravans from £48; prices per night. Cottages from £588 per week.
6 bed cottage from £85-£180 per night; 2 bed cottage from £60-£80 per night; 2/3 bed cottage from £70-£85 per night
Pitches from £14; wigwams & hides £19.50 pppn; bunkhouse £15 pppn; cottages from £185 for 2 nights.
from about £20 per night
Bunkhouse: £18 pppn. Campers: £8 pppn. Caravans: £20 per night.
Camping from £18 (tent and two adults); pods from £45; luxury caravan from £245 per week; cottage from £329 per week.
Camping from £17 (tent plus two adults and dogs), touring caravans and motorhome from £20 (unit plus 2 adults and dogs).
In high season, cottages and yurts cost £85 per night, campsite costs £20 per night.
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Pitches from £8
£70; small dogs £10 per night
Camping pitch £20 per night; VW campervans £65 - £139 per night; Yurts £75 - £159 per night; Holiday cottage £335 - £535 per week
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Halse Farm Caravan & Camping Site
Exmoor may be one of the country’s smallest national parks, but it hosts a mouthwatering ensemble of animals. Start your wildlife-watching on one of the varied hiking routes that spider out from this working livestock farm, perched just a mile from the chocolate-box-cute village of Winsford – grab one of the six laminated circular-trail maps provided by the site to traverse woodland, moorland and riverside, with opportunities to spot red and roe deer, wild Exmoor ponies, buzzards, red kites, hares and hedgehogs (which you’ll likely see bumbling among the tents). The site, a long-standing holder of a David Bellamy Conservation Award, is great for kids, too, who can watch lambing and shearing. Tent, campervan or caravan plus two people from £16/£13 with/without hook-up.
The closest railway station is Tiverton Parkway. From there, you can arrange a taxi to take you to the campsite. A list of local taxi firms available from the railway station can be seen at TrainTaxi.
Middlewood Farm Holiday Park
Whether you’re a camper, caravaner or you fancy trying out a charming little gypsy cabin, this extensive campsite is a fantastic (and wallet-friendly) place for a break between the high windswept moor and the dramatic cliffs and coves of the North Yorkshire Coast. Charming Robin Hood’s Bay and gothic Whitby are on the doorstep, and the site is doing its best to preserve its natural setting – with everything from hedgerow planting to solar powered energy, and extensive use of technology to limit their water use. From £12 per pitch per night (£16 with electric hook-up), 5 person cabins from £40 per night
Parkfoot Holiday Homes
Sat on the banks of the beautiful River Greta, this family owned 23-acre park in North Yorkshire is a peaceful spot for holiday home owners to come and relax. The landscaped grounds allow plenty of room with less than 10 caravans per acre, and kids will love the playground, games room and well stocked library of recycled books, videos, DVDs and jigsaws. The site owners have long been committed to sustainable tourism and recycle extensively on the site as well as encouraging guests to do the same, and this year they are introducing a brand new wildlife garden to encourage pollinating insects.
Green Hill Farm
Hidden in 52 acres of countryside and heathland, this quiet, family-run campsite has its own direct access to the New Forest Nation Park via a wonderful wooded pathway. The site welcomes caravans, motor homes and tents. The area is a haven for wildlife; on the two lakes you’ll see geese, ducks and moorhens, with deer, squirrels and rabbits are also regular visitors. It’s a great place to explore on foot, bike or on horse back.
Ashfield Cottages & Caravan Park
Everything about these charming stone cottages says ‘country’, from pine dressers and Rayburn cookers to the subtly floral style and the light flooding in from the lush gardens. Three units offer accommodation for between three and eight people, with well-equipped kitchens and DVD players for damp days and cosy evenings in. Best, though, is what’s on the doorstep: the steam-powered North Yorkshire Moor Railway chuffing from nearby Pickering, diverse cycling trails spidering through Dalby Forest, and the array of walks from the front gate into the southern moors. The nearby caravan site is simple but sunny and peaceful. Cottages sleeping 3-4/7-8 from £300/£560 per week. Caravan site from £10 per night.
Cheddar Camping and Caravanning Club Site
Hidden deep in walking country, this friendly 90-pitch campsite makes a great launch pad for a variety of attractions in the Mendips - Cheddar, Wells and Glastonbury are all close, and you’ve got mile upon mile of walking and cycling routes on your doorstep. Great facilities, easygoing smiley staff and good pubs within walking distance, and the onsite shop sells all sorts, including fresh bread and warm croissants every morning. There’s also a great farm shop a five-minute stroll, selling everything you could possibly want for your sizzling summer barbeque.
The nearest railway station is Yatton, which is 10 miles away. If you wish to organise a taxi from the station to the campsite, a list of local firms is available at TrainTaxi. Route 3 (West Country Way) on the National Cycle Network goes directly through Priddy.
Originally built in 1907, this spacious, dog-friendly campsite is set right on the edge of the stunning Yorkshire Dales National Park and is perfectly situated for the Three Peaks, Ingleton waterfalls, caves and a huge variety of different walks. You’ll find essentials like bread and milk for sale in the reception area, or if you have a hankering for some local produce, then head for the local organic farm shop just two miles down the road. There is wide range of accommodation on offer at Dalesbridge, from the two camping fields (one of which is set aside for groups) to bunk houses and guests can also stay in the main house which sleeps up to 15, either self catered or with B&B.
Ladram Bay Holiday Park
Ladram Bay has its own beach and spectacular sea views. There are level grass pitches for tents with electric hook-up or hard-standing for caravans. If the sea views and private beach aren’t enough entertainment there’s a plethora of things to do on site, from an indoor pool to crazy golf and a night-club. The park recycles and re-uses where possible and is working with nearby attractions to offer direct coach travel, thus reducing the number of cars on the road.
This family run B&B with 3 bedrooms at Old Farm is based in the farmhouse which dates back to the 15th Century. A working farm, the family breed sheep, cattle and their very own Glamrock pigs (half Gloucestershire Old Spot, quarter Hampshire and quarter Duroc) as well as producing cereals to sell and hay and silage to feed to the stock over the winter months. The Farm Shop sells home reared meats and free range eggs. They also run a small campsite in one of the fields next to the farm which can host 5 caravans and 5 tents at any one time. B&B from £50, camping from £10 a night
Robin Hood Caravan and Camping Park
Ten minutes’ drive from the A64, this site, in the village of Slingsby, near the Howardian Hills, is well-situated for those driving. There are electric hook up points for tourers and even some for tents. Caravans are available for hire. Duvets and pillows are provided but bring your own bed linen and towels. There’s an outdoor children’s play area, walking maps in reception and plenty of footpaths nearby, indeed plenty to do without using the car. Actually, why not leave it at home and arrive by public transport? There are buses from Malton, where there’s a train station. From £18 per night.
Hackings Caravan Park
This friendly, quiet Caravan Park has been run by the Hacking Family for 60 years, and they pride themselves on making it a haven for birds and wildlife. In fact, their tireless conservation work on the site on everything from recycling to reducing consumption and encouraging biodiversity, has won them a Gold GTBS Award and a Gold David Bellamy Award. Location wise, this site couldn’t be better situated. Right in the heart of the Ribble Valley, it’s surrounded by stunning views of Pendle Hill, Whalley Nab, Kemple End and Longridge and is next door to the historical village of Whalley.
Riverside Caravan Park
Owned and managed by the Marshall family since the 1960s, this unspoilt campsite is perched on the banks of the River Wenning, within walking distance of the traditional market town of High Bentham. Screened by trees and natural hillsides, there are spacious pitches available for holiday home owners, tourers, caravans and motor homes, as well as two holiday cottages available to rent. All pitches also come with electric and TV hook ups. Locally, there are plenty of walking and cycling trails to explore and a local golf course, whilst on site there is an adventure park for kids and extensive fishing opportunities both by the river and in the well-stocked lake.
Devon Cliffs Holiday Park
There wasn’t much need for a brainstorm to come up with the name for this holiday park. Devon Cliffs is what it says: on the cliffs, in Devon. If you’re lucky enough to be in one of the caravans near the red sandstone cliffs, you’ll have stunning views of the coast and a short stroll down to a sandy bay. This large holiday park has had a recent £12 million makeover, including a spa, offering a variety of relaxing and invigorating treatments.
Tudor Caravan Park
Tudor Caravan Park prides itself on being one of the best located caravan & campsites in Gloucestershire. A quiet country caravan site right alongside the Gloucester-Sharpness canal, an easy 5 minute walk from the world famous Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust Centre at Slimbridge. More pertinently, there is an adult only area, and a shower block now open in the Meadow features large showers cubicles, private washing cubicles, combined shower, basin & WC cubicles, baby-changing, full disabled facilities including shower room, indoor washing-up area, & laundry. All this has underfloor heating for the delicate. Voted Cotswolds Caravan Park Of The Year 2014 and awarded a Gold gong - so well done them! From £8 a night
Peewit Caravan Park
A peaceful campsite situated just 900 yards from Felixstowe’s Edwardian seafront. Set in 13 acres of landscaped parkland, the family owned site welcomes tourers and campers, and has all the mod cons you can expect including electric hook-ups for caravans, free hot showers and a launderette. There’s plenty of on site entertainment too including a children’s’ play park, petanque area and bowls green, whilst just a short walk away is the promenade with all its traditional seaside amusements and a busy dock point where you watch ships from all over the world pass through.
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Bucklegrove started out life as a tearooms in the 1940s. These days, tables and chairs have made way for beautifully-manicured camping pitches with mature trees and shrubs, but you can still grab drinks and snacks from the family-friendly bar onsite. If your idea of camping is a little less orderly, there’s a summer camping meadow – no pitches, no electric hook ups, just turn up and grab a spot – plenty of space and stunning views across the Cheddar valley.
Take the train to Weston-super-Mare Railway Station, and then the 126 bus directly to Bucklegrove Caravan Park. Also nearby are Routes 3 and 26 on the National Cycle Network.
Castle Howard Lakeside Holiday Park
Next to a lake, surrounded by mature trees, this camping and caravanning site on the Castle Howard estate is a peaceful spot from which to explore the Howardian Hills, named after the 18th century castle’s owners. The emphasis is on quiet, self-contained enjoyment, befitting the landed gentry. While there are all facilities: toilet and shower blocks, washing machines, hair-dryers and electric hook-up, there’s no shop or café on site and certainly no amusement arcades or disco. Set up the bridge table, pour a G&T and enjoy the rural setting. You may end up buying one of the permanent holiday caravans.
Oakdown Holiday Park
With a David Bellamy gold award for its conservation work, this camping and caravan site is setting a fine example. The Franks family have owned Oakdown for nearly forty years; they have landscaped the Devon meadow into a tree- and shrub-filled site, where there’s not only peace and seclusion for campers and caravanners among the groves, but habitats for wildlife too. There are no regimented rows of pitches here, it’s all organic curves. There are static caravans and chalets to rent, a 9-hole golf course, smart coffee shop and children’s playgrounds. No wonder it’s the AA’s highest rated campsite in East Devon.
Andrewshayes Caravan Park
Just seven miles from the Jurassic coast, this campsite, sheltered by large trees, is a great place to pitch up. There are grass or astro-turf pitches with or without electrical hook-up. With views across rolling fields, a bar and take-away, a pool, games and TV room to keep the children amused, there’s all you need.
There’s a traditional caravan and camping park at Studfold in Upper Nidderdale – or you could opt for a spot of ‘glamping’ and bag yourself one of the new camping ‘pods’. The wooden pods offer beds for two, have lights, heating and even a kettle! The camping facilities here are top-notch, the scenery simply beautiful and the location just right for exploring Nidderdale and the Yorkshire Dales. Studfold has an award-winning adventure nature trail too – fantastic for families.
The Hawthornes Self-Catering Lodges & Caravan Site
With luxurious, fully-fitted wooden lodges, a lovely B&B, and a well-placed caravan site, there’s something for every kind of break or holiday at the Hawthornes. Close to pretty Pickering, the Hawthornes is well located for everything the North York Moors have to offer, all meals use home-grown or locally-sourced produce, cyclists and walkers are welcome, and each lodge is equipped with a lovely log burner for cosy evenings up in the Moors! From £580 per week for a lodge, £14 per night for a caravan
Channel View Caravan Park
There’s a romance to the Exmoor coast that’s hard to top: the poet Shelley felt it, bringing his bride to Lynmouth on honeymoon, and wooded valleys inland breathe life into the tragic tale of Lorna Doone, with locations in Oare and Badgworthy Valley. Channel View, a quiet family-run site, is well placed for exploring these spots and has its own charm and green appeal recognised with a David Bellamy Conservation Award. Tree-sheltered pitches nestle in the moor above Lynton, with views of the Bristol Channel below – climb nearby Summerhouse Hill for transcendental panoramas in both directions along the hogbacked coast. Hiker tent plus two people £10 per night, caravan or camper van from £12 per night (from £15 serviced); holiday caravans from £280/£330 per week for four-/six-person units.
The nearest railway station is Barnstaple. From there, take the 310 bus to Barbrook, and then walk along the A39 to find the campsite. Regional Route 51 on the National Cycle Route also goes towards the campsite.
Camping in the Forest
Welcome to year-round caravan and camping holidays where good times come naturally! With a choice of 16 stunning camping and caravanning sites set amongst the woodlands of the Forestry Commission, you’re certain to find your perfect pitch. Whether it’s a truly natural experience you’re looking for or a range of onsite facilities, we have the perfect match for you. Relax under a lush green canopy or on an awe-inspiring heathland clearing; watch the world drift by at the shore of a loch or stream or try that exciting forest activity you’ve always wondered about.
Our sites make a great base for exploring the local area. A Camping in the Forest Holiday is about getting away from it all; whether you choose a completely natural back-to-basics environment or a beautiful setting with all your creature comforts, the choice is yours. Whatever you choose; our sites are the perfect place to reacquaint yourself with the simple joys of nature.
Get Even Closer…
Many of our sites have a dedicated Forest Ranger, who will share their experience and passion for nature with you. Whether you’d like to observe the local wildlife in the peaceful serenity of dusk or learn how to survive in the very depths of the Forest, there’s something for everyone. There’s even an activity tailored to our younger explorers to open their minds to the wonders of the Forest environment. To find out more about getting closer to nature go online.
Bag yourself a pitch at the highest point and you’re guaranteed sea views, but no matter where you set up tent on this gently hilly site, the views over surrounding countryside are superb. The Cors Dyfi reserve is just a few minutes’ walk, although the campsite has it’s own community of feathered friends and a hide for ultra keen twitchers. There’s also a well-stocked fishing pool and children’s playground. Tents from £7.50 per night.
Bell tents at Cliff House Holiday Parks
This fabulous collection of luxury bell tents are a new offering from the five star Cliff House Holiday site, set in a beautiful cliff top location with its own private beach access. The tents themselves are raised up on their own individual decks and come fully equipped with a double bed, two single futons and bedding, a wood-effect fire, lights, a mini fridge and cooking equipment. There are also Eurotents available, eight self-catering options from cottages to log cabins, as well as 120 pitches for campers and tourers. The holiday park is adjacent to the Minsmere Bird Reserve and surrounded by acres of National Trust heath land and woodland, which you can explore on foot or with one of the bikes available for hire at the campsite reception. In the evening, head for the buzzing bar and restaurant, The 12 Lost Churches, named after the twelve churches that once formed part of the historic city Medieval City of Dunwich which later fell into the sea.
Vale of Pickering Caravan Park
Within easy reach of all the North York Moors and its dramatic coastline have to offer, this family-run caravan park can accommodate touring caravans and motorhomes up to 27 foot in length, as well as the possibility of pitching your tent. A spacious, gardened site, it is equipped with all facilities (disabled access) including a shop and play area; it is also close to historic Pickering and Helmsley, and the Howardian Hills are within easy reach. From £16 per pitch per night
Golden Square Camping and Caravanning Park
Fly on a zip wire or play a game of crazy golf, hire a bike or learn how to fly-fish; this camping and caravanning site near the market town of Helmsley is a good choice for families with children of all ages. The site is on three levels, with trees and shrubs screening pitches. There’s a shop selling most essentials as well as homemade bread, cakes and alcohol. As for facilities, heated toilet blocks, showers, launderette and microwave provide home comforts. You can even book a fenced deluxe pitch, with hard-standing and your own lawn with picnic table. Dogs are welcome. From £16.50 per night.
This 4* B&B and caravan site is set in 300 acres of glorious farmland, managed by the Clark family who have been farming here for four generations since 1923. There are two spacious bedrooms available for B&B, one double and one twin, as well five hard standings for caravans in the back field complete with electric hook ups and water points. The family manage their land with wildlife in mind, working closely with the RSPB to support large populations of wading birds such as lapwings, curlews and Redshanks. So be sure to bring your binoculars, as you never know what you might spot out of your bedroom window.
Old Station Yard
This family-run caravan and camping site is in a pretty, secluded location within walking distance of Masham. There’s a modern heated toilet and shower block and newly opened café, The Goods Shed, serves breakfast, lunch and dinner and uses produce from local businesses.