The beautiful rural landscape of Herefordshire, nestled against the Welsh border, is a wonderful region to explore. The county is rich in nature with the Wye Valley, the Golden Valley and the Malvern Hills all within its bounds. Those looking for a taste of history will have plenty to choose from in the ancient city of Hereford and beer and cider fans will have plenty of opportunities to try its renowned local products. In this blog we will reveal our favourite places to visit and campsites to stay in, so that the next time you are looking for things to do in Herefordshire, you will know where to head!
Yorkshire in a stunning county filled with things to do, places to see, and views to admire. So why not combine all of these things on your next trip to Yorkshire? Go camping right in the heart of the stunning Yorkshire Dales, but fill your days with the countless cultural pursuits and events Yorkshire has to offer. Yorkshire culture is rivalled by none, from art galleries to museums to Grassington festival - we can promise that you’ll never be bored!
Visit Carlow to discover artefacts from the Stone Age, monasteries, medieval castles and more. As beautiful as the countryside of Carlow is, you’ll need more to keep you busy on your trip there, so we’ve compiled our list of the top 5 unique things to do in Carlow. We’re moving past your traditional museums and galleries, and instead giving you unique attractions to help you make your trip special with these fun things you can’t find anywhere else!
Have you been craving a getaway but don’t necessarily want to travel too far? How about going on a road trip to Wales? Wales is one of the most breathtaking places in Europe, filled with wonderful nature and beautiful cities, so it makes for the perfect holiday, whether you want to go on a long weekend or a two week trip with a Goboony campervan. In this blog post, we give you some of the must-see spots of this beautiful land, so your Wales road trip is a truly unforgettable and great experience!
If you’re searching for peace and tranquility, then look no further than the charming Isle of Anglesey. Once you’ve been lucky enough to spend a day among their rolling green hills, never-ending views and crystal waters, you’ll never want to leave. Anglesey is filled with numerous delights and gems, and so we’ve compiled our top 7 reasons to visit Anglesey. From basking in history to spotting the cutest squirrels, there is something for everyone on this little island. The only way to make this Anglesey even better? By visiting in a motorhome and pitching at one of the best campsites in Anglesey, which you’ll also learn about in this blog!
Scotland is filled to the brim with dramatic landscapes, historical sites, rich culture and more. The best way to experience as much of this as possible is through a road trip around Scotland. This allows you to be in charge of your own journey, take in as much as possible and see everything first hand. In this blog, you’ll learn about the most important rules and tips for driving in Scotland, as well as the 5 best road trips to take!
If you dive deep into the east of England, you’ll find the Norfolk Broads and the historic city of Norwich. This beautiful region within East Anglia houses some of the oldest and most incredible buildings in all of England. Spending a long weekend here will ensure the ideal mix of relaxation with outdoor activities, as well as a cheeky bit of shopping and sightseeing. In this blog we’ll tell you our top 5 fun things to do in Norwich and the Norfolk Broads, as well as the top three campsites for you to pitch at, so get reading and then get packing!
While the Lake District is undeniably beautiful and well worth a visit, Cumbria has so much more to offer! The Cumbrian coast is a hidden gem just waiting to be discovered with miles of rugged coastline for you to enjoy. We have chosen our favourite things to do in the region, as well as our top rated places to stay to ensure you are all prepared for your visit.
Deep in the western Southern Uplands of Scotland, you’ll find Dumfries and Galloway. This beautiful region features a coastline of rocky shoreline and sandy beaches, as well as an inland comprised of acres of forest and green spaces. But aside from the natural beauty of this council area, there are dozens of exciting and unique things to do in Dumfries and Galloway. From spotting dolphins to zooming down a zipline, your holiday will be so packed with things to do that it’ll feel impossible to choose! That’s why we’ve narrowed it down to our top 5, and included our favourite 3 campsites to pitch your motorhome at during your trip!
Few places can match the stunning beauty of Perthshire, with its rolling hills, abundant wildlife and endless landscape to discover. Apart from admiring the stunning scenery there are many more things to do in Perthshire, as it is an area filled with culture, history, and fun! We’ve managed to whittle it down to our top 10 “must do” activities in Perthshire, including two of the best campsites in the area to parking up your motorhome. So what are you waiting for get reading, get booking and let the holiday begin!
Carved out during the last Ice Age, Snowdonia’s rugged beauty is a breathtaking sight to behold. Some of the best walks in Snowdonia allow you to explore this enchanting landscape and discover its ancient tales, natural wonders and industrial heritage. While the national park may be most famous for Wales’ highest peak, Snowdon, there is so much more to discover in this wonderful area! We have chosen our 5 favourite walks in Snowdon National Park to help you make the most of your time in this unforgettable corner of Wales.
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.
On the 26th of June, over one hundred thousand individuals will be sliding on their wellies and heading to Glastonbury. This annual festival attracts music lovers from around the globe, for four days of the best entertainment the industry has to offer. If you’re one of the lucky few who scored a ticket, you’ll be turning to the question of accommodation. Cramped and smelly tent surrounded by noise and crowds? Or a clean campervan with a lovely bed to rest your weary head? Read on to find out…
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!
England’s varied and vibrant countryside is the perfect setting for wonderful walking routes for those willing to explore them. The Lake District is certainly one of those places where there is so much beautiful scenery that it becomes impossible to decide where to go. Goboony is here to help you out! We will show you our 7 favourite Lake District walking routes and an added extra - our top choice for campsites in the region!
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.