Heading off on a UK getaway and finding it hard to choose the right caravan holiday park? Here are four fantastic hand-picked options to help ensure you get the most out of your break. |
Par Sands is a 5-star resort in Cornwall that's right next to the coast and the stunning Par Beach, making it an ideal destination for a caravan holiday. Park yourself on this beautiful stretch of sand for a relaxing afternoon in the sun, or get active with the on-site amenities, including a swimming pool, a mini putting green and a multi-use games area. If the kids need to blow off some steam, there's an adventure playground too. Par Sands also boasts its own restaurant, Milo's Italian Bistro, so there's always somewhere to go for an evening meal or just to grab a quick drink at the bar.
Another amazing Cornish caravan holiday park, Pentire Haven offers comfortable, top-of-the-line accommodation and is just a 5-minute drive from the seaside town of Bude and its beautiful beaches. Not only that, this resort is perfectly located for exploring the county's other attractions, with easy access to the A39. If you want more to do closer to home, guests here have unrestricted access to the facilities of Penstowe Park Holiday Village right next door. This includes the Leisure Club – with gaming arcade, indoor sports hall, fully equipped gym and beauty spa – as well as an entertainment schedule which includes live music and shows for kids and grown-ups alike, as well as a children's club to keep little ones amused.
Dorset's Jurassic Coast is an unbeatable seaside destination, and the caravan holiday park at Golden Cap puts you right in the middle of it all. The resort's entrance is just 150 yards from Seatown Beach, where you can swim, fish, hunt for fossils, or grab a meal and a drink at the popular Anchor Inn. You're also ideally located to take clifftop walks along the lengthy South West Coast Path, making it a hikers' paradise – though even those just seeking a gentle stroll will find themselves satisfied. The resort is located right next to the landmark known as Golden Cap, the highest point on the Jurassic Coast, which is well worth an excursion for the views alone. The park itself offers well-equipped accommodation in a convenient location, with an on-site shop, private fishing lake and children's play area.
Highlands End is also well worth your time if you're looking to take a break in Dorset, with striking views of the Jurassic Coast from its clifftop location. It's just a 500m walk to Eype Beach, too, so it's the perfect place to appreciate the true beauty of this county's coastline. The convenience of its on-site facilities really make Highlands End stand out when you're looking for somewhere to take a caravan holiday. Park amenities include a hard-base tennis court, a 10-acre, 9-hole pitch 'n' putt course, and a leisure club with swimming pool, steam room and sauna. There's also an on-site restaurant, Martin's, serving up delicious meals throughout the day, as well as the Cowshed Coffee Shop. Hopefully you've found a caravan holiday park here that catches your eye – you really can't go wrong with any of them!
Michael Paul is the Managing Director of Michael Paul Holidays, a holiday property agency offering a handpicked range of accommodation in wonderful UK locations. Whether you are looking for the best caravan holiday park breaks in Dorset or log cabin getaways in Scotland, Michael and his team will find you that perfect property for an unforgettable trip.
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