Forget long haul flights and expensive package deals to exotic destinations. The family holiday you’ll all remember for a lifetime could be just around the corner.
For a real taste of traditional British holidaymaking, why not invest in a motorhome and take a look at what the UK has to offer. Here are a few travel ideas to get you started.
The pinnacle of traditional family holidays in the UK has to be a camping trip to Cornwall. Think ice creams on windy beaches and exploring cobbled seaside towns, rock pools and craggy, cliff-side walks. A trip to the southeast coast is sure to create memories that will last a lifetime.
From the surfing haven of Fistral Beach to the tranquil natural beauty of Bude, Cornwall has something to offer for all types of family.
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For the adventurous family, a trip to the Scottish Highlands could be just the ticket. Feel a sense of achievement after conquering the infamous Ben Nevis, the UK’s highest peak, before tucking in to a hearty and well-earned dinner of haggis, neeps and tatties.
Your children are sure to love the mystery of Loch Ness and will be straining to catch a glimpse of that giant monster lurking in the deep. The beauty of a motorhome holiday is that you are not restricted to one destination, so you can take the time to really explore.
Why not combine your motorhome holiday with a cycling tour of Ireland? Cycling is a great family activity proven to reduce the stress that builds up naturally in a busy lifestyle. What’s more, it’s a fun, healthy and eco-friendly way to explore your surroundings.
Top cycling routes in Ireland include the Kingfisher Trail in County Fermanagh and The Derroura Mountain Bike trail, County Galway.
For a slice of traditional British holidaying at its finest, Aldeborough offers picturesque pebble beaches strewn with fishing boats and carnelians waiting to be discovered and pocketed as a fond memory of a happy family holiday.
Besides the beach, there are a whole host of historical sites to visit, such as Leiston Abbey and the Martello Towers. Along with an RSPB nature reserve, the Tunstall Forest livery and a 100-year-old cinema, Aldeborough has something for the whole family.
The Lake District
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For the active family, a hiking trip to the picturesque Lake District is a must. From its highest peak, Scafell Pike, to Wastwater, its deepest lake, the Lake District is a truly stunning corner of the UK and well worth a visit.
A motorhome holiday in the UK may just be the holiday of a lifetime waiting to happen. A motorhome is the gift that keeps on giving, providing you with flexibility and the ability to spontaneously explore your surroundings. If you are considering purchasing a new or used motorhome, visit Travelworld Motorhomesfor more information.