We think there’s something quite special about escaping to the countryside for a stay at a Best of British Holiday Park. Nothing beats waking up to the sound of bird song and enjoying far reaching views in every direction from your tent or motorhome pitch.

The Best of British group are fortunate to have a wide variety of holiday parks set in idyllic countryside locations across England, Scotland and Wales. Here’s just some of the reasons we think a stay at one of our countryside holiday parks is a must in 2020.


Stunning landscapes

Picture credit: Old Oaks Touring Park

One of the best things about holidaying in the countryside is the beautiful scenery that surrounds our holiday parks. Just a few steps from your touring pitch or caravan holiday home accommodation, you’ll be treated to uninterrupted views over rolling hills and patchwork farmland as far as the eye can see.

Outdoor play

Picture credit: Stowford Farm Meadows

Our idyllic countryside locations offer space to unwind and enjoy quality family time together. The children can run around to their hearts content and experience the freedom to try activities that they may be difficult at home. Let them get muddy, splash in puddles, build dens, make daisy chains and play hide and seek in the nearby woods. The stains on their clothes will fade but the memories will be treasured into adulthood!

Scenic walks

 Picture credit: Oakdown Touring and Holiday Home Park

Holidays aren’t just about relaxing! They offer the perfect opportunity to get active and clock up some steps. Whether you fancy a couple of hours out with the dog or a strenuous hike, you’ll be spoilt for choice when choosing a walk from our rural holiday parks. The majority of our holiday parks are well connected and within easy reach of public footpaths. Pick up a map from the friendly team at reception who will be more than happy to point you in the right direction and help you on your way.


Peace and quiet

Picture credit: Broadhembury Holiday Park

If you live in a town, you’ll be used to the constant drum of traffic, beeping horns and crowds of people going about their busy lives. Enjoy nothing but bird song as you relax in tranquil surroundings during a stay at one of our countryside holiday parks. Make the most of some well-deserved ‘me time’ and read a book or lay in the sun. Slow down, disconnect from technology and enjoy time away from work. You will find time to truly appreciate the little things that may go un noticed amidst the hustle and bustle of daily life.


Get close to nature

Picture credit: Waterrow Holiday Park

Our countryside holiday parks are surrounded by beautiful plants and ancient tree’s, which are home to hundreds of species of birds and insects. A stay in our touring or self-catering accommodation will enable you to get close to nature and spot a range of wildlife if you’re lucky. It’s not uncommon for our guests to see hedgehogs, deer and butterflies amongst other species during their stay.


Fresh countryside air

Picture credit: Fields End Water Caravan Park

Escape the city and venture into the countryside for a holiday to remember. Away from the bright lights you’ll experience crystal clear skies, ideal for stargazing and looking for shooting stars. Without the pollution of the city you’ll be breathing only the freshest countryside air. You're also likely to witness some of the most magical sunrises and sunsets you’ve ever laid your eyes on.


Quaint villages

Picture credit: Dornafield Farm Caravan Park

Many of our holiday parks are located within walking distance of quaint countryside villages. Enjoy a leisurely afternoon wandering round the picture perfects streets looking at the chocolate box cottages and beautiful architecture. Take some time to pop into a local tea room to sample a local delicacy and spend some time chatting with locals to get a feel of the place. You’re also likely to find some lovely independent shops and boutiques to treat yourself to something special


Countryside Pubs 

Picture credit: Plassey Leisure Park

There’s something quite special about whiling away an afternoon in a cosy countryside pub. Spend an hour or two enjoying a glass of local ale and a delicious home cooked meal using ingredients grown on local farms. Get cosy around a roaring open fire on a chilly winter’s day. In the height of summer, enjoy time spent refuelling in a beer garden during a pit stop on scenic walk from one of our countryside holiday parks.

See the full list of Best of British countryside Holiday parks

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