Top Five Short Break Caravan Spots in the UK

15/07/2014

For those who wish to take their caravans out for a short break, perhaps even for just for one night only, there are a some fantastic locations throughout the country that offer perfect little holidays.

 

For those who wish to take their caravans out for a short break, perhaps even for just for one night only, there are a some fantastic locations throughout the country that offer perfect little holidays.

Here are the best of them:

5. Filey - Yorkshire

One of the smallest, yet ultimately most scenic towns on the Yorkshire Coast, Filey is heaven for those who enjoy walking and sitting back with glorious views of the sea.
If you happen to be taking younger people along with you, the Filey Bird Garden and Animal park is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the town and is not to be missed if you love animals.

4. Stratford-Upon-Avon - Warwickshire

Home to Shakespeare, Stratford-Upon-Avon is one of the most picturesque destinations in the Midlands.
Having become a major tourist attraction over the past few years, mostly thanks to a new council initiative, the place has quickly become one of the most popular market towns in England; especially for those who enjoy a spot of history and traditional British culture.

3. Exmouth - Devon

Sat neatly on the mouth of the River Exe, Exmouth is one of the most popular tourist destinations on the South Coast.
Celebrated for its natural beauty, Exmouth offers a plethora of natural attractions including Hawkridge Bird of Prey Centre, World of Country Life and the Exe Trail.

2. Keswick - Cumbria

Nestled just beside Bassenthwaite Lake, deep within the Lake District National Park, the market town of Keswick offers unparalleled beauty and culture for those who are looking to take a more traditional break.
Besides hiking and walking (for which there are many opportunities), there is also Go Ape for those feeling a little adventurous, and Theatre by the Lake for those who wish to do something just a little bit more relaxing.

1. Oxford - Oxfordshire

Home to the oldest university in the English speaking world, Oxford offers a grand mix of activities, attractions and treats for people of all ages and interests. Besides enjoying a tour around the university itself, the Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archeology, Pitt Rivers Museum and the Museum of the History of Science are all worth a visit.
For those who want to stray from the museums for something a little different, the Pegasus Theatre and The University of Oxford Harcout Arboretum are both things of great beauty.
There are four main caravan sites within the city, with Oxford Camping and Caravanning Club being the closest to the centre.