If you want to lodge in luxury, choosing the perfect place to pitch up can be a challenge.
After all, the UK has a wealth of options in this department. However, to make your decision easier, we’ve narrowed down some of the best. From Wales to Devon, here’s our lowdown of the UK’s best caravan sites.
Situated in North Wales, this award-winning holiday park features a wealth of great facilities. With a heated pool, spa and 9-hole golf course, the campsite has everything you need for the perfect relaxing break.
Each park comes with a 16 Amp electric hook-up, water tap, Digital Freeview and Sky TV aerial points. You can also enjoy incredible views of the beautiful countryside and surrounding golf course. Prices start from £21-25 per night.
If you’re travelling through Northumberland, stop off here for a relaxing spa break.
Guests can work up a sweat in the Ocean Club gym, or take it easy in the sauna, steam room and indoor pool. The large, landscaped grounds are pet-friendly and ideal for long walks if you fancy exploring some of the stunning scenery in the nearby village of Seahouses.
With spacious pitches coupled with mains water, electric, sewerage and drainage as standard, along with full use of the shower and toilet facilities. Prices start at £25.00 per night.
It’s impossible to get bored at Stroud Hill Park. This park provides all manner of fun activities, from golfing and tennis, to fishing and ten-pin bowling.
Located in beautiful Cambridgeshire, Stroud Hill boasts an impressive attention to detail. From heated toilet blocks, free wifi and underfloor heated wet rooms, they’ve put campers at the heart of their park.
First up, Stroud Hill is strictly adults only. All pitches have 16 amp electric hook-up points, fresh water connection and grey water disposal. Prices start at £28 per night.
Perfect for a family getaway, Crealy campsite is located next door to the popular theme park.
There’s a large, family-friendly restaurant on-site and evening entertainment during high season. You can also hire bikes and explore some of the beautiful Devon countryside. With activities for even young children, this caravan site provides the perfect family break.
Check out the 5-star Trip Advisor reviews for a full run-down of the facilities that Crealy has to offer. You can pick a pitch with all the bells and whistles for between £25 and £35 per night.
If you’re taking a family friendly break, it's hard to ignore Crealy Theme Park’s positive reviews, but without little ones in tow, Stroud Hill boasts an impressive site.
Want a few tips on towing before you book? You can read our caravan towing tips here.
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