BRITS booking seaside staycations now have even more destinations to choose from, with nine new parks added to Park Holidays' portfolio from Scotland to Cornwall.
Already one of the biggest holiday park operators in the UK, the company now has 42 sites across the country, expanding into the West Country, Peak District, Yorkshire and Scotland.
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To keep up with the demand for coastal breaks in Cornwall, new parks have been added in Looe, Bodmin and Newquay.
Set around a beautiful manor estate, Hengar Manor in Bodmin has a country club feel with plenty of activities on offer including pitch and putt, fishing lakes and tennis courts, with 4-night stays this autumn from £151.
Meanwhile the new Seaview Village with views over Talland Bay is close to popular attractions such as the Eden Project and Land’s End, with 4-night stays this October a steal from £137 – that’s just £34.25 per night for a chalet that sleeps 4.
While most of Park Holidays’ sites are clustered around the south of England, the company has expanded much further north, including Silver Sands in north-east Scotland and Turnberry Holiday Park in Ayrshire.
Set beside a golden sandy beach, Silver Sands is an ideal base for an outdoorsy holiday exploring the Scottish Highlands.
It has all the on-site facilities you would expect from a high-quality caravan site including an indoor pool, family bar, restaurant, adventure playground and clubhouse.
Four-night breaks are currently available this autumn from £219 at Silver Sands, while the small and friendly Turnberry Park overlooking the Firth of Clyde has 4-night stays from £179.
For a classic caravan park holiday with bucket-and-spade days at the beach, the Yorkshire coast has always been popular, and Park Holidays has acquired two new sites in the county – Sand Le Mere in Tunstall and Bowland Fell in Skipton.
The new site at Sand Le Mere overlooks Tunstall Beach on the East Yorkshire coast and is packed full of fun family activities including crazy golf, an indoor pool, adventure playground, indoor soft play area for the little ones and fishing lakes for the grown ups.
Stays this autumn are from £144 in a spacious Silver Plus caravan with 3 separate sleeping areas for up to 8 people – perfect for a family get-together.
Meanwhile surrounded by forest and rolling hills, Bowland Fell is a great base to explore the Yorkshire Dales and get back to nature, with Bowland Forest just on your doorstep, bike hire and a Dark Sky location ideal for stargazing at night.
Breaks at Bowland Fell, which also boasts an indoor pool, eatery and family bar, are priced from just £199 for four nights this October staying in a Bronze Plus caravan that sleeps up to 4 people.
As well as branching out into new beauty spots, Park Holidays has also expanded its offering in Dorset and Essex, with the freshly-acquired Wood Farm Holiday Park in Charmouth and charming Mersea Island in Essex.
Families looking for a seaside half-term break can book 3-night stays at Wood Farm from £416 this October, with chalets just a stone’s throw from the famous fossil-hunting beaches of the Jurassic Coast.
Alongside fantastic on-site facilities and entertainment, a big Park Holidays’ bonus is that you can bring along furry family members too – with pets welcome at most sites.
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