Rent a caravan in St Helens, Isle of Wight

Rent a caravan in St Helens Isle of Wight

The Isle of Wight is easily accessible from the south coast of England and if you live in London you can take the ferry or hovercraft and be there within two hours. For those living busy lives in the Capital the island is the perfect destination to relax and unwind. Many people rent a caravan in St Helens because of its close proximity to beaches on the south east of the island. A highly popular caravan site is St Helens Holiday Park where there are plenty of things to do for all the family and especially the children such as: Outdoor heated swimming pool (please check opening times and availability) Children’s adventure playground Playing fields  Games room  Laundry facility  Picnic & barbecue areas   A…

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Rent a caravan in Abergele at Whitehouse Leisure Park

rent a caravan in Abergele

Whitehouse Leisure Park is located on the Towyn Road in Abergele, North Wales and is a caravan holiday park offering first class entertainment and facilities for all the family including a Sports Bar, Family Show Lounge, Restaurant and Coffee Lounge. If you would like to rent a caravan in Abergele, Whitehouse Leisure Park is certainly worth considering both for adults and children. Caravans for hire on the site are high quality and fully equipped with everything you need to make your stay comfortable. Family Show Lounge – In the Family Lounge you can enjoy live music with a variety of bands and cabaret acts performing throughout the year; discos, bingo, theme events, Quiz nights and much more.   Sports Bar – You can watch all…

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Enjoy Irish Hospitality on a Caravan Holiday at Ballymena

Rent a Caravan in Nothern Ireland

One of the most popular holiday destinations in Northern Ireland is Ballymena, the 8th largest town in the region. An area surrounded by natural beauty, the ideal location for a relaxing holiday, with many pleasant activities to take part in too. On the Rent My Caravan website you will find several search options in Northern Ireland to rent holiday accommodation on delightful static Caravan Holiday Parks. The Braid Centre – Ballymena Visit Ballymena and take a trip to the Braid Centre of history, culture and art where there are many family activities and special events taking place throughout the summer.   The Braid mid-Antrim Museum is currently hosting “The History of Gallipoli”, a photographic essay of the battle sites where Antrim soldiers served during the…

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Rent a caravan in Paignton for Regatta Week

Rent a caravan in Paignton

If you want to rent a caravan in Paignton for Regatta Week it’s best to book well in advance since thousands of people converge on the town every year for this event.  This year Paignton Regatta starts on the 8th August and finishes on 15th. It’s a fun packed week on the South Devon coast of traditional British seaside games and activities for all the family to enjoy. Some you can participate in and others can be watched.  There are dog shows, motorcycle and bicycle races and stunts and fireworks; you can swim around the pier or build sandcastles on the beach in the “Beat The Tide” Competition.   Children’s Activities For the children, there is a Corner dedicated to dinosaurs and a Funfair with…

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Rent a Caravan to Explore a Country House or Stately Home

Rent a caravan near a stately home

Once upon a time, country houses and stately homes were an exclusive privilege of landed gentry and royalty.  The majority have since been privately purchased, some even demolished or passed down through generations, and many have been transformed into hotels, restaurants and private apartments. The National Trust accounts for many that are now open to the public. Here are some of the wonderful country houses you can visit around the UK when you rent a caravan on your next holiday. Chatsworth House – Peak District Located in the heart of the Peak District in Derbyshire, at Chatsworth you can explore the splendour of the house and gardens or enjoy afternoon tea in the converted stable block. A busy events programme includes an annual country fair,…

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Rent a caravan near Wells Next The Sea

rent a caravan near Wells-next-the-Sea

If you like Norfolk or intend to visit the county for the first time, rent a caravan near Wells Next The Sea.  Located on the North Norfolk coast, it’s an unspoiled holiday resort that offers all the things you would expect at the seaside but also much more.  Its long expansive beach is lined with pine trees, the harbour is home to fully operational, small fishing boats, its historic charm has been preserved and it is truly one of the most attractive areas of outstanding natural beauty in the UK. Beaches Wells Beach – if you rent a caravan near Wells Next The Sea and have your dog with you, Wells Beach is dog friendly throughout the year but there are some restrictions. One part…

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How to keep up to date with the Internet on a Caravan Holiday

We recently wrote a blog post about having a tech-free relaxing holiday at your rental caravan. However, what if work commitments require you to have access to the World Wide Web so you can keep up to date with your emails, accounts and work colleagues; and also have internet for recreational use?  These days there are many options to enable you to have internet access from your caravan, from sites up and down the country and even further afield. The most important question for caravanners is how best to get online, from the many choices available, using the same factors that you would use at home to access the web: your location, how much internet data you need, and of course, how much would you…

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How to Keep your Dog Cool on a Static Caravan Holiday

Keep dogs cool on a static caravan holiday

If you are taking your dog away with you this summer on a Static Caravan holiday, please remember that unlike humans dogs can’t perspire. In hot weather you will probably have noted your dog panting a lot which is the way a dog keeps cool. In high temperatures dogs can quickly become dehydrated especially if they are black or dark coated, since dark colours absorb much more heat than light ones.  Young puppies, old and overweight dogs are also at more risk.     Symptoms vary but if you notice any or all of the following dehydration may be the cause: Vomiting Lack of appetite Diarrhoea Bloodshot eyes Loss of skin elasticity Excessive urination of drooling Lethargy Loss of skin elasticity Here are some guidelines…

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