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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.
Areas of interest include:
Devon's quaint and tranquil appearance is belied by the sound of waves crashing onto its jagged cliffs and sweeping beaches. The county is well known for its pretty villages and
fresh seafood restaurants, including the infamous ‘Captain Jasper’s’ on Plymouth Hoe.
Dorset is a charming county, boasting an outstanding 75 mile long shore fronting the
English Channel. Situated on the south coast it is an archaeological paradise of unspoilt castles and countryside. The picturesque villages of Mudeford and Briantspuddle come highly recommended.
Cornwall boasts miles of magnificent jagged coastline and sandy beaches, dotted with some
of the most quaint and unspoilt villages in England. From the winding streets of St Ives to the wild Bodmin Moors, this county of contrast offers an unforgettable holiday experience.
Gloucestershire is a charming county of rustic Cotswold villages and towering cathedrals. Recently, scenes for the new Harry Potter movie were shot in Gloucester city, adding certain glamour to the glorious ancient winding streets. A place of dramatic beauty and elegance.
A county of all seasons, Somerset boasts thriving market towns such as Glastonbury, home to the eponymous and famously muddy festival. Here in the county is also the seaside resort of Minehead, nestling on the edge of Exmoor National Park and the famous Cheddar Gorge.
From the towering spires of Salisbury Cathedral to the powerful and mystical monument of Stonehenge, the county of Wiltshire is one of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The county is home to the quaint and timeless ‘Castle Combe’ oft said to be the prettiest village in England.