The Camping And Caravanning Club Buy 2 More Sites

Many holiday park companies and clubs across the UK are expanding at a very fast rate to meet the rise in demand for pitches and other "glamping" style staycations. To help keep the momentum and popularity growing the Camping and Caravanning Club has acquired two campsites in the Lake District National Park.

On-site facilities block at Braithwaite Bridges campsite

On-site facilities block at Braithwaite Bridges campsite

Jeep Compass 2.0 Multijet-II Review

One of the many perks of the job is being able to get our hands on the latest tow cars and deliver you a totally unbiased opinion of what you can get for your money. Having a tow car that is up to the job is one of the most important parts of a caravan holiday, especially if you like to travel far afield for you leisure time. The Jeep Compass did not seem to make a very good impression on the UK reviewers, but we have a slightly different opinion on this fab little 4x4.

Tips & Offers For Winter Touring From The Club

Make winter the new touring season

Just because we are waking up to frozen ground and ice covered cars does not mean the weekends away in the van need to stop. With so many sites being open all year round and lots of deals to be had from The Caravan and Motorhome Club you'd be mad to store the caravan for winter.

Top 10 Pet Peeves Of The Caravan And Motorhome World

Caravan Guard ask what are your pet peeves when on site

There are things in life that you simply do not like and that are "pet peeves". My list of pet peeves gets a little longer when it comes to being onsite, as I am sure it does with a lot of people. Caravan Guard recently published a list of the Top 10 peeves and we cannot help but agree with them.

We give an honest opinion on the newest Jeep model

We give an honest opinion on the newest Jeep model

Dometic Acquires Kampa

We met the Kampa team at the October NEC Motorhome and Caravan Show and they did not get a moment's rest due to their large range of outdoor living accessories. Following on from some recent success they have now been acquired by Dometic, on December 3rd, to strengthen their already impressive portfolio.

Our Top Touring Apps To Help Holidaying

What phone apps are worth looking at?

It was not that long ago that the A to Z was the travelling man's, and woman's, best friend. For years this helped motorists and holiday makers across the UK get from A to B with ease, provided you had a good map reading co-pilot and an update map. Years on it seems technology has made the map book look like a relic. As technology rolls on we take a look at some apps that may just change the way you holiday.

Your Friendly Neighbourhood Caravan Cafe

The mobile cafe is here to help you get your tea and cake fix

The old traditional caravan nowadays is most likely spotted sat on driveways covered in weather ware or just plonked depressingly in fields throughout the country. One special care giver has stumbled upon a very rare vintage van and has decided to turn it into something worthwhile to help out our aging community

Bailey announces new Unicorn Vigo and Cordoba layouts

The two new models bring the Unicorn range to eight layouts in total

Bailey of Bristol has announced that it will be launching two new layouts for its flagship Unicorn range

Eterniti Caravans reveals layout details for Chronicle and Genesis

The Genesis IB4 is one of six layouts to be launched next month

Eterniti Caravans has revealed the details of its first six layouts in the Genesis and Chronicle ranges

Carlight to offer entry-level model for under £18k

Carlight caravans were brought back into production in 2011

The luxury caravan maker has announced that it will be launching its most affordable range ever in the coming weeks

NCC to move 2013 London caravan show due to venue problems

The Excel Centre was the venue of choice for the 2012 London caravan show

The organisers of the 2013 Motorhome, Caravan and Camping show have announced that they will be looking for a new venue in the South East after dropping plans to return to the Excel Centre in London's Docklands

Caravanners And Adventurers Are Getting Younger

Best of British holiday park owners met for their annual conference in Ely, including the consortium's board members (front, from left) director James Cox, chairman Richard Legg, and directors Tara White and Keith Betton

It is no surprise that campsites across the UK are capturing a much younger audience than over the past few years. With the introduction of glamping holidays and the huge increase in motorhome sales the youth of the nation are revitalizing the UK based holiday.

The Camping And Caravanning Club Buy 2 More Sites

On-site facilities block at Braithwaite Bridges campsite

Many holiday park companies and clubs across the UK are expanding at a very fast rate to meet the rise in demand for pitches and other "glamping" style staycations. To help keep the momentum and popularity growing the Camping and Caravanning Club has acquired two campsites in the Lake District National Park.

Jeep Compass 2.0 Multijet-II Review

We give an honest opinion on the newest Jeep model

One of the many perks of the job is being able to get our hands on the latest tow cars and deliver you a totally unbiased opinion of what you can get for your money. Having a tow car that is up to the job is one of the most important parts of a caravan holiday, especially if you like to travel far afield for you leisure time. The Jeep Compass did not seem to make a very good impression on the UK reviewers, but we have a slightly different opinion on this fab little 4x4.

Top 10 Pet Peeves Of The Caravan And Motorhome World

Caravan Guard ask what are your pet peeves when on site

There are things in life that you simply do not like and that are "pet peeves". My list of pet peeves gets a little longer when it comes to being onsite, as I am sure it does with a lot of people. Caravan Guard recently published a list of the Top 10 peeves and we cannot help but agree with them.

Caravanners And Adventurers Are Getting Younger

Best of British holiday park owners met for their annual conference in Ely, including the consortium's board members (front, from left) director James Cox, chairman Richard Legg, and directors Tara White and Keith Betton

It is no surprise that campsites across the UK are capturing a much younger audience than over the past few years. With the introduction of glamping holidays and the huge increase in motorhome sales the youth of the nation are revitalizing the UK based holiday.

The Camping And Caravanning Club Buy 2 More Sites

On-site facilities block at Braithwaite Bridges campsite

Many holiday park companies and clubs across the UK are expanding at a very fast rate to meet the rise in demand for pitches and other "glamping" style staycations. To help keep the momentum and popularity growing the Camping and Caravanning Club has acquired two campsites in the Lake District National Park.

Caravanners And Adventurers Are Getting Younger

Best of British holiday park owners met for their annual conference in Ely, including the consortium's board members (front, from left) director James Cox, chairman Richard Legg, and directors Tara White and Keith Betton

It is no surprise that campsites across the UK are capturing a much younger audience than over the past few years. With the introduction of glamping holidays and the huge increase in motorhome sales the youth of the nation are revitalizing the UK based holiday.

The Camping And Caravanning Club Buy 2 More Sites

On-site facilities block at Braithwaite Bridges campsite

Many holiday park companies and clubs across the UK are expanding at a very fast rate to meet the rise in demand for pitches and other "glamping" style staycations. To help keep the momentum and popularity growing the Camping and Caravanning Club has acquired two campsites in the Lake District National Park.