Accommodation Guide

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Camping & Caravaning has always been a favourite leisure activity in the UK.

Explore at your leisure, stop wherever you wish and travel to far off places away from the crowds. There are many camp sites and caravan parks dotted all over the country.

Latest Camp Sites & Caravan Parks

  • Tyn Rhos Camping & Caravan Park

    Ligwy, Moelfre, Isle of Anglesey

    Tyn Rhos is a quiet family site, just 10 minutes walk from the beautiful beach at Lligwy, and close to the pretty fishing village of Moelfre

  • Is-Helen Farm Caravan Park & Self Catering

    Caravan Park & Self Catering, Caernarfon, Gwynedd

    Self catering cottage - tastfully converted barn, touring pitches. 3min to the waters edge, and a flat 15min walk to historic castle town of Caernarfon.

  • Castlerigg Farm Camping & Caravan Site

    Castlerigg, Keswick, Cumbria

    The site rule of "Silence after 10.30pm" is in keeping with the wonderful location of this family run site. Fantastic views and modern facilities.

  • Ashfield Caravan Park

    Dalton Piercy, Hartlepool, County Durham

    We are a family run site, with toilet/shower block, recepion/shop, games room, play area, pot wash area, clubhouse, laundry, 5 mins from Hartlepool.

  • BleuSoleil Camping

    La Route de Vinchelez Leoville, St Ouen, Jersey

    We are a family run campsite in the west of Jersey, where all the best beaches are, we are open all year and cater for everyone.

  • Bryn Gloch Caravan and Camping Park

    Betws Garmon, Caernarfon, Gwynedd

    Bryn Gloch is a premier award winning site within the Snowdonia National Park. It is only 2.5 miles to path up Snowdon.

Camp Sites

Camping and caravanning has always been a favourite leisure activity in the UK. There are literally thousands of campsite and caravan parks in the UK from as little as £6 a night for a tent pitch.

Years ago people would set off for a camping weekend and pitch their tent at whatever seemingly appropriate place they found. Nowadays, people who go on a camping holiday tend to stay at one of a growing number of camp sites, most of which have toilet and shower facilities – some of which are very nice indeed. There is still the odd farmer who will let out a fallow field to campers, but generally speaking there will be no facilities for the campers to use.

Today’s tents are much bigger; some of them holding up to six people, and the expectation from campers is much greater. Most campers no longer cook on an open fire as they take a portable grill or barbecue with them.

Caravan Parks & Touring Parks

Another British favourite type of holiday accommodation is the caravan. From the nineteen fifties through to the nineteen seventies, there was a proliferation of caravan parks across the UK. Many of the better parks had washing and toilet facilities, a club room for kids and one for the adults with evening entertainment, almost every caravan park also had its own shop.

In the early days caravans were extremely cramped and daytime seating arrangements turned into sleeping quarters at night. Most modern static caravan parks now have two and three bedroom caravans complete with their own toilet and shower facilities.

You will find caravan parks in every UK holiday destination such as Cornwall, Bournemouth and Skegness, as they are again, growing in popularity.

Help & tips:

Campsites & Touring Parks

  1. It is worthwhile making a call before travelling to reserve a pitch if you are towing a caravan
  2. Make sure the park is equipped to take your caravan – facilities such as electric are not always available
  3. Always, always book ahead during busy periods