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Spring is one of our favourite times of year at Best of British. It's beautiful seeing the flowers come into bloom and our holiday parks awash with colour. Unfortunately, our parks are closed until further notice, but we wanted to show you some of the springtime pictures that our parks owners have shared online. Whilst we cannot travel at the moment, we hope you can enjoy the stunning landscapes from the comfort of your home.
Beverley Park, Devon
Just before the park closed, Beverley Park shared a beautiful image of their spot on the South Devon coastline, the English Riviera. The daffodils are out and the chill in the air is making way for warmer times ahead. Looking forward to the time when Beverley re-open, this image will be filled with the hustle and bustle of a family holiday park by the sea.
Old Oaks Touring & Glamping, Somerset
Old Oaks is looking beautifully spring like with the tulips in full bloom and the trees showing signs of life. Their spot in Wick, Glastonbury is perfectly positioned for countryside views and they've been sharing photos of the park just before they closed too, with all the plant life springing into action. Old Oaks is an adults only park offering touring, camping and glamping in Somerset. The abundance of trees and mature hedgerows means birds and other wildlife are attracted to Old Oaks and you can borrow a bird feeder for free, so you can watch the Somerset wildlife close up!
Daisy Bank Touring Caravan Park, Wales
Daisy Bank Touring Caravan Park is in Montgomery (Powys) and they have been sharing wonderful images of the park while they've been closed. The daffodils have been putting on a great show, but poor Archie is looking a little lost without the abundance of visitors at this time of year! Daisy Bank is on the border with Wales with glorious views of the Shropshire hills. It is perfectly located for exploring both mid Wales and Shropshire. We definitely think Archie will be waiting to give you a fluffy welcome. The park is of course, dog friendly.
Trawsdir Touring Caravans and Camping Park, Wales
The blossom has truly arrived at Trawsdir Touring Caravans and Camping Park. Located in the spectacular Snowdonia National Park and overlooking the stunning scenery of Cardigan Bay, the park is brimming with flora and fauna. The team have been busy lambing and have been keeping us up to date with their progress. Situated adjacent to a working farm, Trawsdir is a gem of a park waiting to greet visitors as soon as restrictions are lifted.
Eye Kettleby Lakes, Leicestershire
Eye Kettleby Lakes is a family run fishery holiday park set across 150 acres of beautiful Leicestershire countryside. As spring unfurls and we see signs of nature springing back, the team are keeping their eye on the 6 mixed coarse fishing lakes and 2 specimen carp lakes. Here is Lake 4 looking beautiful in the sunshine.
Craigtoun Meadows Holiday Park, Scotland
And finally, Craigtoun Meadows Holiday Park shared some wonderful 'throwback' photos of spring seasons gone by. Only a mile from St Andrews near Fife, Craigtoun Meadows offers a variety of Scottish holidays; lodge, caravan holiday home, glamping, motorhome, touring caravan or tent. Whether you want to soak up the experience of being St Andrews, or explore the east coast, the park is perfectly positioned for outdoor pursuits.
All the Best of British holiday parks look forward to welcoming visitors back when Government advice permits them to do so.