2020 has been a year unlike any other and many people have been forced to miss out on important life experiences. Weddings, holidays abroad and so much more have been postponed, cancelled or adapted. Yet in amongst all the uncertainty, some industries have seen a rise in business. One such business is the caravan industry.
While holidays abroad have been a no go, families have turned their sights closer to home, wanting accommodation that they know is only theirs. This year there has been a spike in caravan holidays in the UK and we only hope this continues to grow. Let’s take a closer look at why caravan holidays are increasing and why is it such a fantastic idea for your next holiday home.
1) All our caravans offer a home from home experience
Get the thrill of a holiday alongside the familiarity of being at home. Whether you opt for a gold, silver or bronze holiday home, all of our caravans are maintained to a high standard and fitted to top specifications. You get all the benefits of a holiday while also being able to curl up and feel right at home.
2) You don’t need to share your space with others
In the midst of a pandemic, the last thing you want is to stay in a packed hotel where multiple guests congregate in communal areas. By staying in a caravan, you can feel safe in the knowledge it is your family’s personal space. Our caravans are situated in a holiday site which is just a two-minute walk from the Fantasy Island amusement park, so it is ideal no matter what your plans are for the day ahead.
A caravan holiday is a cost-effective way to all head off on holiday and is a gift that keeps on giving. No need to pay sky-high prices for your plane fee, extras on baggage and hotel shuttles, simply drive down and enjoy a stressfree holiday where everything is within walking distance!
4) Luxury interiors
All of our caravans boast luxury and contemporary interiors with all you could need right at your fingertips. Enjoy light, bright and spacious décor and all the mod cons for a convenient yet relaxing break away.
At the time of posting this blog, November 2020, the park is currently closed due to Government advice. Please keep an eye on our website and Facebook page for COVID19 updates.