UK Summer Breaks For Just £15 Per Night
Get away for less this summer with CAMC
Thursday, 20, Jun 2019 11:40
By William Coleman
The Great British Summertime is almost upon us, not that you would notice with the storms and flooding that we've been having recently. This does seem to be coming to an end and the weatherman has said that we should be heading into a heatwave very soon. With the great weather on its way, why not book a few nights on site.
The Caravan and Motorhome Club are also looking forward to the warmer months and are doing their best to get more people on site for summer. You can have a relaxing break or an outdoor adventure for just £15 per night for up to two adults and four children.
From North Devon to the northern Highlands, there is a Caravan and Motorhome Club site to suit all tastes. Here are the Club's top picks for the summer season:
Ilfracombe Club Site, North Devon
With award-winning beaches and the wild moorland of Exmoor National Park, Devon has a wealth of natural beauty and activities to suit all.
The rugged coastline of Woolacombe Bay is the perfect setting for adventure seekers learning to surf, and Croyde Beach is great for kids. Exmoor is recognised as one of the leading locations in the UK for keen walkers, cyclists and horse riders.
When tired of exploring, the historic villages of Clovelly or Mortehoe are perfect spots for taking a quiet break and enjoying an iconic Devonshire cream tea.
Stay at the Ilfracombe Club Site for £15 per night for a standard (electric and grass) touring pitch for two adults and up to four children.
Conveniently nestled three miles inland from Ilfracombe, this spacious site has panoramic views across both coastline and the stunning inland scenery. An on-site play area makes it a great spot for kids, and little ones will also love rock-pooling at the nearby Hele Bay.
Aberbran Club Site, Brecon Beacons
The Brecon Beacons are home to an array of outdoor challenges for all ages. Thrill-seekers can try canyoning in the south Beacons, whilst other activities include pony trekking, mountain biking, and of course, trail walking.
Not just a destination for hikers, the Beacons are home to a number of cultural events throughout the year too, including the Brecon Jazz festival and Green Man music festival, which both take place during the summer.
Stay at the Aberbran Club Site, a former railway station, for just £15 per night based on two adults and four children sharing a standard pitch.
Set within the Brecon Beacons, there are ample walking trails just a stone's throw away. Brecon town is close by too, giving guests easy access to shops and restaurants.
Altnaharra Club Site, The Highlands
The unspoilt beauty of the northern Highlands makes it the perfect spot for people looking to escape the hustle and bustle of daily life. With rolling green hills and rugged mountains, the region is easily explored on foot and by bike, with a broad range of trails and hikes on offer. For adventure-seekers after a challenge, the Munros are begging to be explored.
Stay at the Altnaharra Club Site for just £15 a night based on two adults sharing a campervan or motorhome.
Resting on the shores Loch Naver, the site is perfect for those with dinghies or rowing boats, as those who stay on site get non-motorised boating rights. Keen fishermen are also able to fly fish for free from the shore, and there are a number of surrounding mountains to explore on foot.
With the nearest shops 20 miles away, Altnaharra is the ideal location for those looking to fully immerse themselves in the wilderness of the Highlands.
Nunnykirk Club Site, Northumberland
History-rich Northumberland has something for everyone. Home to more castles than any other county in the UK, including Alnwick Castle which doubled as Hogwarts in the Harry Potter films - a delight for film buffs! UNESCO World Heritage Site Hadrian's Wall is also one not to miss, visitors can immerse themselves in Roman history whilst exploring the dramatic landscape along one of the Wall's many walking trails.
Stay at the Nunnykirk Club Site for just £15 a night based on two adults sharing a campervan or motorhome.
This peaceful site is superb for nature lovers, with a huge range of birds and other wildlife calling the surrounding Simonside Hills their home. Excellently located for both inland and coastal trips, why not drive to nearby Seahouses and take a boat across to the Farne Islands? Puffins can be spotted breeding in the summertime, and seals can be seen basking on the rocks.