With daffodils starting to bloom and the days beginning to feel a little longer, there’s no doubt that spring is in the air.
Here at CaravanTimes, that can only mean one thing – holiday parks reopening for the season.
While many of you will be taking your caravan or motorhome out of winter storage, others may be looking for alternative accommodation on your first trip of the year.
This is where the Caravan and Motorhome Club’s Experience Freedom comes in, offering glamping, camping and motorhome hire in idyllic locations across the UK.
What’s more, there’s still availability on many of the Club’s sites for these options, whether you’re looking to treat mum on Mother’s Day or enjoy a family getaway this Easter.
Among the possibilities are glamping pods at Moreton-in-Marsh is the Cotswolds, which sleep two adults and two children, with en suite facilities and cooking equipment.
Or why not book a stay in a glamping cabin at Penrith’s Troutbeck Head, where six guests can enjoy the incomparable views of Blencathra?!
Take the kids on a good old-fashioned adventure to Southlands on the Isle of Wight, where you can stay in safari tents and cook your meals at the barbecue station.
Choose glamping pods or cabins at Cayton Village for easy access to Yorkshire’s coast at Scarborough, just four miles away.
If you fancy a city break, then Abbey Wood is situated with great transport links to London and is offering cabins and pods too.
Prices for Experience Freedom accommodation start at £79 a night. While non-members can book these options, CAMC members receive a ten per cent discount, as well as a number of other benefits.
The CAMC was founded in 1907 and has around one million members. It operates more than 2,700 sites in the UK and abroad.
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