Where to stay in a caravan for a “beautiful” fall getaway.
CARAVANNING Britons could take advantage of the autumn season, when the majority of the tourists have left and many scenic sites may be experienced in relative privacy. Where should they go, though? A caravan excursion does not have to be limited to the summer months. Britons seeking for a getaway this autumn may be in luck, with fewer people away from the peak tourist season and lower camping fees.
With so many wonderful places to visit in the UK, caravanning Britons may be unsure where to begin when arranging a vacation.
Beauty sites all throughout the country have now been cleared of holidaying Britons, allowing you to enjoy them in relative peace and quiet.
“Autumn is a terrific time for campervanning across the UK,” said Steven Hagenah, PaulCamper’s UK Country Lead.
“With the shifting of the seasons comes some spectacular scenery that changes by the hour, so there’s no better time to embrace nature, get out on the road, and enjoy the great outdoors.”
One of the UK’s largest forests offers spectacular autumn views, with colors changing all the time.
Because there are less people in the New Forest in the autumn, Britons may be able to see some of the famous forest’s wildlife.
British citizens should be on the lookout for New Forest horses, deer, birds, pigs, and cows.
Some campgrounds in the area are available all year, including Long Meadow, which is open until November 1.
“Absolutely wonderful,” wrote Lily Matt in a Google review of the campsite. The site is spectacular, with plenty of open space, a tree-lined perimeter, deer galore in the nights, superb facilities, and excellent riding into the New Forest from the back door.
“I wish the pitches were seasonal; if they were, we’d purchase a caravan and live here for the rest of our lives!”
Somerset is the place to go if you want to be in the countryside.
Quantock Hills offers excellent hiking opportunities, and Somerset is home to a section of the South-West Coast Path.
Exmoor National Park is a great place to visit if you’re looking for a national park where you can see a lot of wildlife.
Glastonbury Tor, Glastonbury Abbey, and the beaches of Brean Beach, Burnham-on-Sea, and Minehead are among the other attractions.
Diamond Farm, a 100-acre family farm with a modest shop and café, welcomes wandering Britons.
Although the Lake District was congested this summer, Britons should have plenty of room in the autumn.
Many campgrounds remain open. “Brinkwire News Summary.”