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Modern caravan holiday homes really are in the luxury class. Spacious and well-designed, they come equipped with every home-from-home comfort including modern kitchens, beautifully appointed bedrooms and living areas, plus first-class bathrooms. Excellent value to hire, especially for families, and a wide choice of park locations for all holiday styles.
Moving to a residential park can mean swapping urban life for a peaceful place in the country, and becoming part of a friendly, like-minded community. There's a big choice of park home styles and designs, and remember they are supplied fully carpeted and furnished - so that's another expense taken care of.
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The County of Derbyshire is situated in the very heart of England, an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, home to England’s first National Park. This stunning and romantic county, rich in wildlife and cultural heritage, was the setting for the famous novel Pride and Prejudice.
Delightful Herefordshire is a county of agriculture - a fact reflected in its patchwork landscape of fields, meadows and woodlands through which run gently flowing streams and larger rivers. Tempting you to explore its gentle countryside are many quiet country roads, footpaths and bridleways, often leading to historic villages and market towns. With many awarded pubs and restaurants plus annual food festivals, this is a county which satisfies all sorts of appetites for good living.
The rustic and picturesque county of Leicestershire, in the heart of England, is a charming combination of both tradition and innovation. Notable attractions include both the eponymous cathedral and ‘The National Space and Astronomy Centre’- the largest of its kind in England.
Northamptonshire, a county famous for its shoe production, covers over 900 square miles of central England. Stately houses such as Coton and Sulgrave Manor are set among poppy fields and clusters of pretty stone cottages- including the captivatingly beautiful village of Deene.
Nottinghamshire is well known for its Forrest of Sherwood and the legendary tales of Robin Hood and his Merry Men. The county revels in its rich mythical past, holding annual Goose Festivals with Victorian side-stalls, stocks and the oldest travelling fair in England.
The cobbled streets and stone built houses of Lincolnshire provide a breathtaking glimpse into history. From the pretty 900-year-old cathedral of Lincoln town to the bustling seaside resort Skegness, this county of contrasts provides an ideal space for exploration and relaxation.
Shropshire is a stunning county, home to over 600 charming listed buildings, and the ancient and magnificent Shrewsbury Abbey. Known as ‘England’s other Lake District’ the county boasts a wealth of attractive market towns, mystical castles and fresh green woodland.
Home to ‘The Potteries’ of Wedgewood and Royal Doulton, the picturesque county of Staffordshire offers an abundance of magnificent castles, stately homes and cathedrals.
For more adventurous types, a visit to the famous Alton Towers theme park is a must.
At the heart of England lies Warwickshire, a beautiful and tranquil county. The famous fortress of Warwick Castle imposes over the rustic countryside, overlooking the wonderful riverside town of Stratford-upon-Avon, the famous birthplace of William Shakespeare.
Worcester is a tranquil county, home to not only the fine porcelain pottery of Royal Worcester but, since the 1980s, the home of Worcester Sauce. The spa town of Malvern Springs and its impressive 1,395ft beacon offer a unique perspective over the county.