Static Caravan Holidays are extremely popular in the UK. Skegness and Ingoldmells on the East Coast have some of the largest and most popular caravan sites in the whole of the UK. Caravan holidays appeal to all ages and can be taken all-year-round. They are greta for families looking for cost effective holiday accommodation where the seaside action is and kids love caravans, they are fun!
Recently PitchUp.Com wrote a short article on Static Caravan Holidays …
Still saving up for your own swish static caravan? Haven’t quite got round to buying that enormous family tent? No problem, we say, just go to a static caravan site instead.
Static caravans – the clue’s in the name – are caravans which stay at a park permanently and which normally come fully equipped and heated, all set for you and yours to have a caravan park holiday with the minimum of fuss. Which is the best type of holiday, we find. Most static caravan parks also include pitches for touring caravans and tents, so there should be plenty of facilities on the site itself, especially if you book a static caravan at one of the big family holiday parks.
Static caravans at Silver Sands Holiday Park, Cornwall. Caravans on offer for hire throughout the country are well beyond the rickety, chilly cramped tin boxes you might remember from your childhood holidays. Some come with three bedrooms and sleep up to eight people, and many will have additional features such as TVs, wifi access and linen, gas and electricity included in your pitch price.
You’ll find static caravan sites anywhere in the country, so whether you want to roam about on Exmoor or Dartmoor, go sailing or caving in Somerset, explore the Jurassic Coast or check out Hadrian’s Wall country, you’ll find somewhere nearby to stay. You’ll also find plenty of static caravan sites near areas for festivals, walking tours and National Parks.
For luxury, check out sites like Woodovis Park in Devon, with its infrared therapy cabin, heated pool and shop on site dishing up freshly baked pain au chocolat et croissants. Or there’s the multi award-winning Shorefield Country Park in Hampshire, open all year round and with a spa, sauna, steam room and gym, casting off in Pembrokeshire at Yet-y-Gors Campsite and Fishery – or glamping at static sites in camping pods, gypsy caravans, lodges and shepherd’s huts.
» You can find caravan rentals in Skegness and Ingoldmells here.