The year is coming to a close, summer is truly gone, and so we must turn to next year and begin planning our trips! To help you with this, we have compiled a list of the top 7 motorhome holiday ideas for 2019. We’ve tried to keep them fresh and new, and hopefully you’ll be inspired to explore somewhere new.
Are you excited for your next camping trip but worry about finding a campsite that will be well suited to your kids as well? You are looking for family friendly campsites that are safe, clean and ideally have something extra that you can enjoy, like a nice playground for the kids or a place with a pretty view for lunch. Since often people get stuck on choosing the best campsite for family camping, we put together this list of 10 family friendly campsites in the UK for you. Enjoy the read!
Ah Scotland! When you think of this glorious country, your mind surely goes to haggis, kilts and perhaps… lochs? Scotland is renowned for its lochs, covering the rugged landscape. Some of these lochs are more well known than others, which is why we have put together our list of the top 7 lochs around Scotland. Look for your favourite, and then find a motorhome to start this incredible road trip of the best lochs of Scotland!
English Heritage is a registered charity responsible for managing the National Heritage Collection. They have over 400 buildings, monuments and sites in their care, spanning more than 5,000 years of history. From this 400, we have narrowed the list down to the 7 sites we consider to be the most vital for you to visit. So next weekend break or bank holiday, head over to a heritage site and get to know your own country better! Now to look at the lucky 7...
While a lot of the world is focusing on upcoming Halloween, in the UK we’re all thinking about Bonfire Night! You may not be aware, but one of the best ways to celebrate this festive evening is through a campervan trip. We’re going to tell you all about the best way to go about this, and the best campsites for Bonfire Night displays. So read on and start preparing for this fun family night.
As fun as summer adventures can be; renting a campervan and going for a road trip, relaxing by the azure sea, hiking under the warm sun or enjoying water sports, you should not forget about the magic of winter trips - in particular, skiing holidays! There’s nothing quite like waking up early to snow behind your window and a big, filling breakfast and a cup of hot tea or coffee, followed by grabbing your pair of skis and setting off for a day of fun on the slopes.
Remembrance Sunday on the 11th November brings with it a time to commemorate the contribution of the British and Commonwealth military and service men and women in the two World Wars and all other conflicts. Across the country, there will be numerous parades, exhibitions and other events celebrating the achievements and, especially, honouring the memory of those who gave their lives in the wars. If you are looking for something to do on this day and want to learn more about these many historical events, the following article is about battlefield tours and museums offering interesting guided walks and exhibitions centering around the two World Wars.
Northern Ireland is a magical place, with natural sights and landscapes that could only be dreamed of. The dramatic landscape is rich with rolling hills, meadows, rugged cliffs and miles of beautiful coast. This gorgeous scenery is only one of the many reasons to visit Northern Ireland by motorhome, as camping and hiking there is like no other destination. Read on to find out the reasons to visit this gorgeous place, hire a motorhome and start enjoying!
With so many interesting and worthwhile places to visit in the ancient county of Warwickshire, it is the perfect destination for a staycation. The county is at the heart of English history with Shakespeare’s birthplace of Stratford-upon-Avon, the enormous Warwick Castle and many important battle sites. Motorhome hire in beautiful Warwickshire is something you cannot miss!
Europe is filled with beautiful beaches and bays, gorgeous stretches of sand and the sea going as far as the eye can see. But the problem is that people know this, and so the beaches are filled to maximum capacity during summer months. These 7 beaches will allow you to escape from the hustle and unwind in peace, enjoying the peace and self-reflection that a good beach should allow.
A county rich in history and beautiful tranquil landscapes, there are so many must see places to visit in Somerset! Whether you are interested in ancient monuments, elegant cities or dramatic natural sights, Somerset has you covered. Below are 5 Somerset attractions that you cannot miss during your visit to the county and some of our favourite campsites in the region for your perfect motorhome hire getaway.
Welcome to the south of England, the sunniest region in the British Isle! Alongside being the region with the warmest average temperature, the south if filled with the most beautiful places to visit in England. It is the ideal destination for a motorhome holiday, as this will allow you to truly soak up the gorgeous weather and see as much of this region as possible. Read on to learn about the 6 places that ensure the South of England is on the top of your bucket list!
When you think of wine, you probably think of something South African, Australian or French. But that is far from the case, for little did you know that England produces some of the loveliest wines to taste. So read on to discover the top 5 English vineyards to visit, and join us on this journey through wine!
Croatia has a stunning landscape, ranging from rugged coastlines to beautiful waterfalls to cobbled streets. The historical old towns of Croatia are ripe for exploration, stopping to sample their delicious delicacies and low-priced beers. Under the beautiful sunshine, you’ll be spoiled for things to do and see in Croatia. Don’t believe us? Read on for the 13 reasons to go visit Croatia immediately.
It can be difficult to discuss the best European holidays and travel destinations, as Europe is such a vast continent with so much to offer. So instead, we will just focus on the best hidden gems in Europe, the places worth a visit. These spots are so insanely beautiful, that you will be shocked to not have heard of them before. They have somehow managed to evade the tyranny of Europe tourism and remain untouched. So keep reading and enjoy our secret Europe travel guide!
Situated in the heart of Devon, there are a variety of fascinating places to visit on Dartmoor with quaint towns and villages, dramatic gorges and ancient landmarks all vying for your attention. At 368 square miles Dartmoor is one of the country’s largest and most untamed national parks containing vast moorlands and age old woodland making it a popular destination with hikers and those seeking to experience the great outdoors. Below are 5 of the unmissable places to visit on Dartmoor to help you plan your next staycation!
What do you get when you combine medieval castles, cobblestone villages, golden beaches and bustling cities? You get the wonder that is Portugal. A popular holiday destination, Portugal is simply brimming with places to visit and things to do. Known for great food, delicious drinks and lively evenings, this does not even begin to brush the surface of all that Portugal has to offer. Check out our 10 best places to visit in Portugal and see which ones deserve to be stops on your trip.
As the UK’s second largest Area of Outstanding Beauty and its first UNESCO European and Global Geo Park, the North Pennines has an incredible diversity of landscape and wildlife, making it a walkers' paradise. With dramatic waterfalls, rare hayfields and traditional dry stone walls, open heather heathlands, peatlands, woodlands and a fascinating industrial heritage, there are many different walks in the North Pennines to suit all interests!
Geocaching in a phenomena taking over the world, one cache at a time! Just in time for International Geocaching Day 2018, we’re here to tell you all about this great activity, and the best of geocaching in the UK, locations and destinations! So read on and then pull on your hiking boots, it is going to be a long trek.