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Ashbourne Club Site

The Ashbourne Club Site is the perfect location for anyone eager to explore the Derbyshire Peaks and Dales

Woodhall Spa Club Site

The rural setting of the Woodhall Spa Club Site in the Fenlands of Lincolnshire offers an idyllic and well sheltered site with access to beaches in Skegness and Chapel St Leonards as well as variety of cultural sites of interest

Mablethorpe Club Site

The Mablethorpe Club Site in Lincolnshire offers the best of both worlds for holidaymakers with the nearby Fens providing plenty of beautiful scenery inland

The Firs Caravan Club Site

Guests staying at The Firs will be blown away by the stunning views over the Derwent Valley from up on Derbyshire's hills

Poolsbrook Country Park Caravan Club Site

Set within the 165-acre country park, the Poolsbrook Club Site in Derbyshire was formerly an active colliery but has been transformed into a wonderful country park with caravan site complete with adventure playground, cafe and great fishing lake

Chatsworth Park Caravan Club Site

Caravanners visiting Chatsworth Park will find a site hidden within an old-fashioned walled garden and stunning views over Derbyshire's rolling countryside

Stamford Caravan Club Site

Set within peaceful East Midlands meadows, the Stamford Caravan Club Site is perfect for exploring the surrounding countryside and the flora and fauna that thrive there

Skegness Sands

Skegness Sands offers a typical British caravan bucket-and-spade holiday and even has its own private access onto the famous promenade

Rutland Caravan and Camping Site

A family-run caravan park, Rutland lies at the heart of the smallest county in England and is a perfect base from which to explore its beautiful villages and towns

Milestone Caravan Park

The 100-pitch Milestone Caravan Park is an affiliated Club site that boasts its own coarse fishing lake. Perfect for enthusiastic anglers, it also has a large on-site picnic area and is great for keen walkers looking to explore the local area

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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

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Benimar Tessoro Part 1: The 483 Full Test

The Tessoro 483 is built on a 170BHP Ford

At CaravanTimes we recently had a Benimar Tessoro 483 on test for a couple of weeks. We have done just over 2000 miles in the Tessoro and tested in various ways - as you will find out in our inspiration features coming up. But before we give you some ideas of where and why you should use a motorhome like the Tessoro we wanted to bring some information on the Tessoro range and the very interesting 483.

Bristanbul Video Documentary Part 1

Part one of the documentary is here

So as most of our readers will know, the CaravanTimes team were lucky enough to be part of Bailey of Bristols, Bristol to the Bosphoros trip. Travelling 21 countries in 21 days the team did a fantastic job to take the 2 caravans and motorhome cross-continental.