They say a picture is worth a thousand words, so we thought we’d let our photographs do the talking. We’ve handpicked 13 of our favourite photos from Best of British holiday parks to showcase just some of things that make our parks so special. Whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway, a holiday with friends or a short break for some quality family time, these pictures offer a small insight into what you can expect to experience during a stay at one of our holiday parks.
1. Incredible views
Bron-Y-Wendon Holiday Park, Denbighshire, Wales
Enjoy spectacular views from the comfort of your caravan holiday home, touring pitch or lodge. Many of our holiday parks offer accommodation set in an elevated position with commanding views over the countryside or coast. Relax and unwind as you sip on a glass of wine or dine alfresco as you take in the incredible scenery.
2. Immaculately maintained grounds
Bath Chew Valley Caravan Park, Somerset
Our family owned holiday parks are managed by teams of experienced and dedicated staff. They take great pride in maintaining the grounds to the highest standards to ensure that our parks are always looking their best. Great care is taken to ensure attention to detail is paid throughout the park, so that our guests have an enjoyable and memorable stay.
3. Indoor and outdoor swimming pools
Swiss Farm Camping and Touring, Oxfordshire
When the weathers warm there’s nothing better than laying outside, book in hand, watching the children splash in the pool. We have a wide range of indoor and outdoor swimming pools that will entertain the whole family for hours upon end.
4. Not just a summer destination
Fields End Water Caravan Park, Cambridgeshire
Unfortunately, we can’t guarantee sunshine and blue skies every day of the year, but rest assured, our holiday parks are well worth a visit whatever the weather. In fact, we think bad weather (especially a heavy frost) can add a certain charm that just can’t be replicated at warmer times of the year. Some of our holiday parks are open year-round so you can experience our grounds and facilities in all the seasons.
5. Enjoy some precious ‘me’ time
The Old Oaks Touring Park, Somerset
We know that holidays are meant for relaxing, that’s why many of our parks have invested in luxury hot tubs and spa’s so you can relax and enjoy a more leisurely pace of life. Take some time during your holiday to rest and recuperate so you’ll leave our parks fully recharged.
6. Fantastic facilities for children
Trevalgan Touring Park, Cornwall
Any parent will know keeping the kids entertained can be a challenge, but this is not something to worry about at our Best of British holiday parks. Many of our sites across the UK have a wide range of children’s play equipment, perfect for letting younger members of the family let off some steam.
7. Peace and quiet
Beaconsfield Caravan Park, Shropshire
Some couples and groups enjoy peace and quiet during their holiday and prefer to stay in an adult only park. We have a number of holiday parks exclusively for adults set in prime locations across the UK. You can enjoy a relaxing break in tranquil grounds
8. High quality accommodation
Concierge Camping, West Sussex
Our holiday parks offer a wide selection of high-quality accommodation, so you’re guaranteed a comfortable stay. The holiday park staff take great care to ensure that rental caravans, lodges and glamping options are well maintained and fitted with modern fixtures and fittings.
9. Tasty food and delicious drink
Ladram Bay, Devon
After a busy day exploring the local area it can be difficult to muster the energy to prepare a home cooked meal. Let someone else do the cooking during your break and dine at one of our on-park restaurants.
10. Activities for the whole family
Brighouse Bay, Kirkcudbright, Scotland
One of the best things about going on holiday is spending quality time together. At our parks you will find a range of organised activities, offering you the chance to try something new to make memories together.
11. Unusual accommodation options
Highlands End Holiday Park, Dorset
More and more guests are choosing to ‘glamp’ and our parks have kept up with the latest trends. Many of our holiday parks have a variety of quirky glamping options to choose from and offer a range of weird and wonderful accommodation options, including pods, shepherd huts and safari tents.
12. Dog friendly holiday parks
Tonsend Holiday Park, Herefordshire
It’s not just humans like our holiday parks, dogs love them too! The vast majority of the parks in the Best of British group are dog friendly, so you can bring your four-legged friend to enjoy the fun!
13. Idyllic locations
Polmanter Touring Park, Cornwall
We’re fortunate to have parks set in idyllic locations across the UK. Whether you prefer countryside surroundings or a park with easy access to the beach, you’re sure to find something to meet your family’s needs.