There are plenty of places throughout the UK with conveniently located holiday homes that are perfect if you want a quick getaway without the whole hassle of flying. With the New Year firmly in the back of our minds, it’s the perfect time to consider another break.
Many holiday parks are situated in areas with other entertainment and sights that are well worth a visit. Money doesn’t grow on trees and holidayers are choosing the cheaper option and are deciding to spend their break in the UK, but with the vast choice of holiday parks, you’ll see why.
The Springs holiday park in Worcestershire is set across landscaped gardens and nature reserves with additional lakes with wildlife in their plenty. There are six lakes in total, one of which is 8 acres and is overlooked by the members’ Clubhouse. The other lakes are used predominantly for fishing, which in turn brings a lot of wildlife to these parts and the park does its best to keep the setting as tranquil as possible.
Or perhaps you fancy being on the beach? Well, Sunbeach Holiday Park in Wales has its own beach frontage which means you will not really have to leave the facilities. By owning a holiday home here, not only will you have access to the seaside but you will also be able to enjoy the countryside and mountain walks. Sunbeach is perfect for those families that are hard to please.
These are just a select few of the holiday parks available throughout the UK but each park caters for every family’s needs, so why not check them out and choose the park for you. Take a look at all of our holiday parks here!
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