What is a Static Caravan Listing?

What is a caravan listing

It may seem obvious to many what a static caravan listing is e.g., an advertisement for a caravan online or elsewhere. However, an effective caravan listing is an advertisement that contains comprehensive details and quality photos of the holiday home. It also includes everything a potential holidaymaker wants to know about the holiday park on which the static caravan is situated.     Too much information is good! At Rent My Caravan we have thousands of visitors every week searching for holiday accommodation. Guess which caravan listings get the most bookings? Those that provide full information such as: How many people the caravan will sleep Number of bathrooms Whether the caravan is disabled friendly What is included in the rental such as bedding, towels, guest…

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Explore Falmouth Harbour, Steeped in Maritime History

Falmouth Harbour Cornwall

Falmouth Harbour is the world’s third deepest, natural harbour after Sydney and Rio de Janeiro. It is home to excellent restaurants, sandy beaches and a thriving arts scene. Where sleek yachts moor alongside the notable working boats, throughout the summer season there are loads of activities here. These range from festivals and beach life to art exhibitions and water sports. Every year thousands of visitors arrive to view Falmouth, one of the most historic, yet thriving towns in Cornwall. Caravans for rent in Falmouth are at a premium in the summer not least because they provide affordable accommodation for families and groups of friends. You can explore Falmouth Harbour and the surrounding region at your own pace, and you can book directly with the holiday…

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Rent a Holiday Caravan in Somerset and Become a Grockle

rent a holiday caravan in Somerset

“Ooh, Arr- are you a Grockle? “. You will be if you rent a holiday caravan in Somerset. In this part of the UK, a GROCKLE is a holidaymaker or someone from out of town. The West Country lingo is still popular among television programme and film writers. It actually became more famous after The Wurzels produced their chart-topper, Combine Harvester song. Dialect aside, Somerset is a county steeped in history and culture. It’s perhaps best known for its carnivals, festivals and attractions. Whether you have a particular purpose in mind, such as a visit to Glastonbury music festival, or rock climbing or fishing there are just so many things to choose from. If you rent a holiday caravan in Somerset, it provides affordable accommodation…

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UK Caravans for Hire near Lavender Farms

UK Caravans for hire near Lavender farms

If you want close your eyes and breathe in the perfume of English Lavender to soothe your troubles away, UK Caravans for hire near Lavender farms are in abundance. People usually associate lavender with two things; its bright vivid colour and its lingering fragrance. Being native to the Mediterranean region, it’s thought it was first used in Egypt for mummifying bodies. Traditionally lavender is used as a remedy for upset stomach, headache, depression, insomnia, hair loss and anxiety. Many cultures use lavender to purify the mind and body when used as a bath additive. Lavender is now cultivated and harvested on dedicated lavender farms in the UK. A visit to one of these is a pleasure for all the senses. With applications in bathing and…

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Rent a Caravan to Explore the Historic Ridings of Yorkshire

Rent a caravan in the Ridings of Yorkshire

If you rent a caravan to explore the 3 Ridings of Yorkshire it works out infinitely more economical than most other forms of accommodation. Your entire family or a sizeable group of friends can stay in Yorkshire at a fraction of the cost of hotels or B&Bs. The county of Yorkshire is separated into three areas – the North, East and West Ridings. A title which has referred to the region for many years, it now also includes York in its boundaries. Yorkshire County was founded more than 1100 years ago and is England’s largest county, having a boundary of over 600 miles. The word “Riding” originated from the Danish word “thridding” signifying a third. Having an area half the size of Belgium, and a…

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