Staycations are almost as popular now as they were in the summer season. The desire for fresh air, new horizons and making memories is continuing to drive people to enjoy touring, holiday home or glamping breaks in the autumn and winter months. At Best of British, many of our award-winning, family run holiday parks are open all year round. They offer the chance to enjoy a getaway with your loved ones at quieter times of year. After all, there's nothing better than a holiday to some time away to brighten your spirits as the seasons change!
There are many advantages to booking an off-peak holiday. Not only can you take advantage of low-season tariffs there will likely be special offers too! There will also be less people using the on-site facilities, so you can enjoy everything the park has to offer without having to share with as many guests! Always be sure to check at the time of booking what facilities will be open as some sites alter their offering at different times of year.
Parks based in tourist hot spots will be quieter, and the surrounding towns and villages will be less busy, allowing you to explore attractions and viewpoints at your leisure. During your break you can experience your favourite holiday destination in a different season, providing the opportunity to experience stunning winter sights and the beauty of the great outdoors ! Come prepared for winter walks and wildlife watching - these are our favourite activities to enjoy during a winter break!
Christmas and New Year breaks
Here's a run down of the Best of British caravan and glamping sites that are open all year round in case you're planning a winter escape this year. Our holiday parks are great option if you're looking for a Christmas or New Year holiday. Due to the season being cut short in 2020, you may also choose to get a head start and begin touring in early spring next year!
You can be assured our parks are 'Good To Go' and are ready to safely welcome you during these unusual times. Please be sure to check travel restrictions when planning your winter break.