Discover Yorkshire’s Heritage from Caravans for Hire in North Yorkshire

caravans for hire North Yorkshire

Known to be the largest area of heather moorland, spanning over 1400 miles, the Yorkshire Moors contain areas of hidden valleys, open moorland, sudden escarpments and dramatic sea cliffs. Book any of the caravans for hire in North Yorkshire from Rent My Caravan and you will be guaranteed to see breathtakingly beautiful scenery in this not very well known area of National Parkland; not to mention roe deer, hawks and badgers in their natural habitat.   Look closer and you will discover historic castles, abbeys and priories, hidden hamlets and villages, and traditional pubs. The North Yorkshire Moors span a broad area to the north and east of the walled city of York, stretching from the Yorkshire coastline to the Vale of York and Vale of…

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Autumn Breaks in Caravans for Hire on the Scottish Borders

caravans for hire on the Scottish Borders

The Border lands between Northern England and Scotland comprise outstanding landscapes where wild hilly areas give way to pleasant green valleys, on a journey to the sea on both the East and West coastlines.  They offer amazing facilities for outdoor sports with hill walking, bird watching, driving and cycling to name just a few. Now that autumn has arrived the scenery here is spectacular to see, with heather moorlands woodland and forest hillsides changing colours before your eyes. If you are looking to take an autumn break, search for your ideal holiday base on Rent My Caravan where there are a variety of caravans for hire on the Scottish Borders. Sporting Activities Whether you prefer to hold a shotgun, a fishing rod, a golf club…

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Two Family Caravan Holiday Parks in North Wales

Caravan Holiday Parks in North Wales

North Wales is an area full of castles, history, festivals, beautiful beaches, music and also astounding countryside of rivers, lakes, waterfalls and mountains. There are several Caravan Holiday Parks in North Wales that offer luxury caravans with superb facilities for you to spend an amazing holiday or relaxing short break. Two examples of these parks are both located near Abergele and Towyn on the North Wales coast. Holiday Parks Whitehouse Leisure Park – Towyn Road, Abergele, LL22 9EY This holiday centre offers family, friendly facilities with many on-site things to do, without ever having to venture off the site. In addition to a snooker room, amusement arcade, children’s play park, a restaurant and free Wi-Fi, there is enough entertainment to keep the whole family content…

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Caravans for hire in North Wales

caravan holidays in Wales

“Croeso i Gymru” – “Welcome to Wales” The Celtic language of Wales is spoken by around 21% of people in Wales, and is taught as a compulsory subject in all Welsh schools today. Even though you may not be a Celt, you will be guaranteed a very warm welcome if you visit this small country. It has some of the most varied and interesting scenery, including the Snowdonian range of mountains with peaks reaching over 3000 feet, the highest in Wales; or the North Wales coastline where there are many resorts with picturesque harbours and sandy beaches such as Colwyn Bay and Llandudno. The Edwardian Castles that are all World Heritage Inscribed Sites can be found at Caernarfon, Conwy, Beaumaris and Harlech, not to forget…

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Rent a Caravan in Berkshire – Downton Country!

Rent a Caravan in Berkshire

Fans of Downton Abbey will be pleased to hear the good news that there is another series of the acclaimed drama starting on 20 September. The bad news is that it will be the last in the chronicle, created by Julian Fellowes, of the Crawley family, their lives and those of their servants in the period leading up to World War I. Whilst watching this drama on television, do you wish you were taking afternoon tea with the Crawleys in Downton Abbey? If you are planning a holiday around this time why not rent a caravan in Berkshire so that you can visit the “Downton” places, some of which are listed below:   Highclere Castle Downton was filmed on location at Highclere Castle, home to…

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Rent a Caravan in Cheshire

Cheshire caravans to rent

Cheshire is a charming, rural county in the North West of England and separates the areas of the Peak District in Derbyshire and the hills of North Wales.  The red sandstone, quarried from the area was used to construct the cathedrals at Liverpool and Chester. The area is noted for its dairy farming and production of the famous Cheshire Cheese as well as for its many, very pretty towns and village. Here are some ideas for places to explore if you rent a caravan in Cheshire: Historic town of Chester Chester is a town famous for its Roman walls and collections of artefacts to be found in the Grosvenor Museum.  The river Dee runs though the centre of Chester; take a river cruise or enjoy…

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