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Why book your next UK Caravan Holiday through an agent when you can book directly with the caravan owner. A selection of our privately owned holiday caravans for hire are located on very well known and action packed holiday parks. If you're looking for something a little quieter and relaxed, we also have privately owned caravans for hire in more idyllic locations.
Cornwall is one of the most popular holiday locations in England for caravan holidays with it's fantastic seaside resorts like Newquay, a surfers paradise. Some of the biggest Haven holiday sites can be found here with Perran Sands being in Perranporth.
Devon is situated in the South West of England and borders with Cornwall on the West, and Dorset and Somerset to the East. It is nicknamed the English Riviera because the coast enjoys more hours of sunshine than anywhere else on British Mainland.
Dorset is located in the South West of England and is on the English Channel coast; it borders Devon, Somerset, Wiltshire and Hampshire. We have a range of private static holiday caravans available to hire in Dorset including Poole, Weymouth and Christchurch.
Gloucestershire is a county in the South West and comprises of the Cotswold Hills, part of the River Severn and encompasses the entire Forset of Dean. It is a beautiful place to visit and make your next holiday/break away.
Hampshire is situated on the Southern coast of England and is bordered by Dorset, Wiltshire, Berkshire, Surrey and West Sussex. It faces the Isle of Wight, and you can get a ferry across from Southampton - the largest ceremonial county of Hampshire.
The Isle of Wight is a small island located 4 miles off of the coast of Hampshire, and is best known for it's mild climate and coastal scenery. There are three ferry and two catamaran services that link the Isle of Wight to Southampton, Lymington and Portsmouth.
Kent and Essex are located to the East of London bordered by Greater London, Canbridgeshire, Suffolk, Surrey, Hertfordshire and East Sussex.
Lancashire and Cumbria are beautiful places to visit on the west coast of England.
Lincolnshire is home to the famous seaside town of Skegness and is situated in the East of England. Lincolnshire also has the largest structure in the European Union, as well as it's Cathedral once being the tallest building in the world.
Norfolk and Suffolk are situated in the East of England and border Cambridgeshire, as well as Norfolk bordering Lincolnshire and Suffolk bordering Essex. It is the perfect place for an outdoors holiday as it is home to The Broads.
Northumerland is the most Northern county in the UK, bordered by Cumbria, Durham and Scotland. It is the most sparsely populated county in England with just 62 people per square mile – offering a quiet, idyllic location for a holiday.
Visit the land of the kilts and the bagpipes, where you can experience a range of sceneries and attractions in a quarter of the United Kingdom. Mainland Scotland has 6,160 miles of coastline, which houses numerous holiday parks for you to holiday at.
Shropshire is a beautiful, quiet county that sits on the English/Welsh border, the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is in a great position to explore, the surrounding counties.
Somerset is a county in the South West of England, with its main borders being Devon and Dorset, as well as Wiltshire and Gloucestershire. Somerset has famous seaside towns and beaches including Weston-Super-Mare and Brean Sands.
Surrey is a county in the South East of England and borders the capital city, as well as Hampshire.
Sussex is situated on the South coast of England, and is bordered by Hampshire, Surrey and Kent. Sussex is home to one of the most famous battles on English soil - the battle of Hastings - and you can visit the Abbey and Battlefield of Hastings.
Wales is known for its beautiful countryside, and largely mountainous areas, offering the perfect location for an outdoors holiday. It also has lovely coastal areas and seaside towns.
Warwickshire is situated in the Midlands and is home to the famous Stratford-upon-Avon, the birthplace of William Shakespeare.
Wiltshire is situated in the South West of England, and is famous for its high downland and wide valleys.
Yorkshire is situated in Northern England and is one of the largest counties in England. It is famed for stretched of unspoilt countryside and is home to the Yorkshire Dales and North York Moors.