A Delicious Dessert Recipe for Your Easter Caravan Holiday

Dessert Recipe for your Easter Caravan Holiday

Doubtless, we will all be eating lots of chocolate over Easter and since it is a short break you probably won’t want to be spending hours cooking on your Easter Caravan Holiday. It’s so easy to buy frozen ready meals or food that is already prepared but sometimes it is equally as easy and quick to make things. One of our Authors here at Rentmycaravan provided this Delicious Dessert Recipe for Your Easter Caravan Holiday: The 15-minute dessert recipe You will need: A microwave 300 grams of icing sugar 1 egg white 2 drops of vanilla essence (optional) Vanilla ice cream (you can use any flavour ice cream you like) Double or clotted cream Strawberries (or any favourite fruit, fresh or canned) Chocolate flakes / fruit…

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Rent a Caravan in Anglesey

The Isle of Anglesey is a thriving tourist resort not least because it has everything to offer visitors no matter the type of holiday they are looking for. If you rent a caravan in Anglesey you can enjoy the entertainment and activities in and around the holiday park on which it is situated, or you can go further afield on a fascinating journey of exploration and adventure. Most caravan holiday parks in Anglesey are located near to beaches and bays. Indeed the beaches stretch over 125 miles and provide the ideal environment for water sports enthusiasts, walkers, hikers, birdwatchers and nature lovers. Anglesey is the perfect place for diving and surfing Divers love exploring the reefs and wrecks of ships that have met watery graves…

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Enjoy the Pure Nature of Whitstable on the North Kent Coast

Whitstable on the North Kent Coast

Whitstable on the North Kent Coast is an inspiring town, looking out across the Thames Estuary towards Essex and across the Swale to the Isle of Sheppey. The huge attraction of the area is its undamaged natural beauty, a working harbour with a lively fish market and a traditional seaside with far-reaching pebble beaches. But let’s not forget that it is also a sophisticated town with many excellent restaurants, thriving pubs and an arty community, whose recent redevelopment has resulted in it being known as “Islington-on-Sea”. Static caravans for hire can be found on a number of caravan holiday parks in Whitstable including Seaview Holiday Park, Alberta Holiday Park, Whitstable Seaview and Walden’s Of Seasalter to name a few. Renting a caravan with a sea view…

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Holiday Caravans in Whitby for Gothic Weekends

Holiday Caravans in Whitby for Gothic Weekends

If you are considering a relaxing short break why not check out Holiday Caravans in Whitby for Gothic Weekends. It’s right on the coast of the North Yorkshire Moors and whether you are ‘into’ walking or hiking, or just a relaxing stroll it has a great deal to offer. You can find static caravan owners on the Rent My Caravan website and book your accommodation direct. Whitby is a ‘working’ fishing port, so there’s always activity in and around the harbour, which is accessible from both sides of the shoreline. A novel feature in the harbour area is the swing bridge, which carries traffic from one side of the harbour to the other, and of course, opens periodically for boats and ships to pass through.   Whitby…

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Private Caravans for Hire Near Britain’s Forests

private caravans for hire near UK forests

Forests are magical places, where history has evolved and where some of the many trees are up to a thousand years old. A walk taken in woodland is a special event where you can enjoy the tranquillity created by an enormous canopy of leaves, identify plants, spot birds, forage for berries and jump into streams. Dogs will chase squirrels and children can climb trees and make dens. As you take a walk through a forest, make sure you pause every so often, stay very still and quiet. If you are lucky you may encounter some of the magnificent creatures who call the woods their home. You may possibly spy wildcats, pine martens, badgers, foxes, red squirrels, sika, fallow and roe deer; or hear red kites,…

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Our Pick of the Best British Walks

Our Pick of the Best British Walks

Is your New Year’s resolution to get fit this year, to do more exercise and to spend more time outdoors in the fantastic British countryside? With the many means of transport, walking is one of the most challenging, whether you are crossing through endless, undulating fields, climbing up rocky cliff faces or hiking through woodlands and forests. Britain rewards the rambler with amazing mountain views, sensational coastlines and lakes, and dramatic city sights. Caravan rental in the UK on one of the many holiday parks located in this country of ours provides you with exhilarating walking routes that are never far away. Here is our pick of the best British walks – happy walking!   Walk the Yorkshire Wolds Way This is not for the faint…

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Static Caravan Holidays near the Cairngorms National Park

Static Caravan Holidays Near the Cairngorms

So you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of your daily life? Searching for UK static caravan holidays for exceptional things to do that will thrill you? Then the majestic, mighty Cairngorms National Park is just the place to visit. Covering a vast area, twice the size of the Lake District, the Cairngorms National Park offers more friendly villages, wildlife hotspots, lochs, rivers, forest paths, distilleries and mountains than you could possibly imagine. Of course, you won’t find a Caravan Park high up in the mountains but search for your holiday home on Rent My Caravan. The urban centres of Inverness are around half an hour to the north of the Cairngorms. Thousands of tourists also take UK static caravan holidays in…

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Caravans for Rent Near Trossachs National Park

Caravans for Rent Near Trossachs National Park

There are loads of caravans for rent in Scotland, but Caravans for Rent Near Trossachs National Park are the most sought after. Spanning more than 700 square miles of stunning rural landscape, the Trossachs National Park encompasses Loch Lomond, with several hamlets, villages and towns nestling in the breath-taking countryside.  There are also castles to explore on Highland estates, many saltwater lochs and spectacular waterfalls.   Loch Lomond By far the greatest expanse of water in the park is Loch Lomond that stretches more than 44 square miles and where people have hunted “Nessie” for centuries.  Whether you want to conduct your own vigil or do a spot of fishing, this is an enchanting place of immense tranquillity. If you look northwards even in the summer you’ll…

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Static Caravan Hire in Kingston upon Hull

static caravan hire in Kingston upon Hull

Kingston upon Hull (or Hull as it is commonly referred to) is a University City situated on the banks of the River Humber.  Visitors will immediately notice the relaxed atmosphere along the waterfront and the balanced mix of culture that makes Hull a great place to visit. There are so many green areas and parks including the East, West and Pickering Parks not to mention the River Humber. Static Caravan Hire in Kingston upon Hull is popular with thousands of holidaymakers and tourist visiting every year. Whether you are looking for a city break or a longer stay to explore the Yorkshire Wolds, caravan hire is the most affordable accommodation, giving you the freedom to come and go as you please.   Things to do…

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Static Caravan Hire Holidays in Torbay

Static Caravan Hire Holidays in Torbay

Static Caravan Hire holidays in Torbay is a gateway to endless pleasure, no matter what the weather throws at you!  In reality, you can have five or six holidays all rolled into one, as the proximity of other ‘seaside’ and inland towns are just a stone’s throw from one another. Harbours and seaports Obviously you get the Torquay harbour, promenade and shopping areas but additionally, you are merely a brisk walk to Paignton and its harbour and seafront, which is quite different from Torquay. Just across the bay, you can see Brixham which is a major fishing port for our fishermen, with fresh fish being landed daily, and yet again attractions which are quite different from Torquay or Paignton. You can purchase fresh fish there…

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Static Caravan Hire in Bournemouth with Seven Miles of Golden Sands

Static Caravan Hire in Bournemouth

Bournemouth is becoming internationally renowned for its many events and festivals. Static Caravan Hire in Bournemouth provides cheap accommodation for a late summer, long weekend or mid-week break. Imagine yourself on a tropical isle, where palm trees line the seafront and you may even discover a lizard speeding under a rock. Where is this stunning holiday destination, the tropics? No, it’s cosmopolitan Bournemouth, with its sparkling sea and golden sands. What else is there to do, besides relaxing on the 7 miles of beach? Explore a wide variety of water sports, award-winning, beautiful gardens, endless countryside, a buzzing nightlife and a vast array of restaurants and shops. Here are our recommendations for alternative activities for all the family. Cycle along the promenade Here in Bournemouth,…

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Why More People Choose Static Caravan Holidays

Why more people choose static caravan holidays

Caravan holidays became more popular after 2008 when the last recession set in so part of the reason more people began renting caravans was that they were cheaper than many other alternatives. But that isn’t the entire reason why more people choose static caravan holidays. Naturally, money played a part since we have all had to curb our expenditure in recent years and find ways to economise in the best way we can. The expense of holidays is one area where considerable savings can be made. Renting a caravan provides excellent and often luxurious accommodation at a fraction of the cost of hotels, B&Bs and holiday cottages. There are also no plane tickets to buy. Space and luxury However, much of the appeal also comes…

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