The Caravan Club reveals some inspirational getaways for 2016

Picturesque Lyme Regis is just one of the idyllic places you can escape to this year
Picturesque Lyme Regis is just one of the idyllic places you can escape to this year

Tuesday, 26, Jan 2016 09:32

by Joe Jeffrey

From Skegness to Lyme Regis, or just a good old-fashioned seaside break, it looks like The Caravan Club has got you covered for 2016

Struggling for somewhere to go in your caravan this year? Can't decide what you want to do? Well, The Caravan Club may just be able to help.

Whether it be a UK seaside break, a visit to So Festival to watch the street theatre and carnival of dance, or explore the world of Beatrix Potter in Lyme Regis, the Club has announced a number of great ideas for 2016.

Celebrate the 150th anniversary of Beatrix Potter's birth

Head to the picturesque town of Lyme Regis, the inspiration behind The Tale of Little Pig Robinson - the perfect place to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the birth of Beatrix Potter. Wood Farm Caravan Park will inspire families to read all of Beatrix Potter's tales including Peter Rabbit and Jeremy Fisher with its breathtaking scenery, blue cliffs and countryside walks nearby.

A caravan pitch at Wood Farm Caravan Park this summer costs from £37.00 based on two adults and two children per pitch, per night. Tent campers are also welcome at this site.

Head to a family festival this summer

Skegness Sands offers a great break for young families keen to get creative this summer. From 25 June to 3 July, So Festival takes place across the city. Families can get involved in a colourful carnival of dance, street theatre, music and comedy and the Circus Heroes show will have all family members laughing their heads off.

A caravan pitch at Skegness Sands this summer costs from £26.30 based on two adults and two children per pitch, per night.

A good old fashioned British seaside break

Southport Beach Caravan Club Site offers a traditional bucket-and-spade summer holiday. Days can be spent endlessly playing on the beach, exploring the botanical gardens and visiting the model railway village. Thrill seekers can also spend a day at Pleasureland Southport and enjoy rides including the teacups, waltzers and pirate ship. A caravan pitch at

Southport Beach Caravan Club Site this summer costs from £38.80 based on two adults and two children per pitch, per night.

To book any of these offers, contact The Caravan Club on 01342 779349 or click here.

 

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