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Stanmore Hall Caravan Club Site

At Stanmore Hall in Shropshire caravanners are treated to a stunning site, complete with beautiful grounds, imposing trees, resident peacocks and a shimmering two-acre lake

Much Wenlock Caravan Club Site

Immersed in gorgeous green countryside, Presthope Caravan Club Site is a great destination for wildlife lovers looking to explore the great outdoors

High Onn Caravan Club Site

Overlooking beautiful English farmland from High Onn you will find it difficult to believe that the nearest motorway is just 11 miles away

Harbury Fields Farm Caravan Club Site

In the depths of Shakespeare country is the Harbury Fields Farm Touring Park, just a few miles to the east of Warwick

Chapel Lane Caravan Club Site

Despite its location close to three major motorways in the M1, M6 and M42, the Chapel Lane Caravan Club Site is surprisingly rural

Blackshaw Moor Caravan Club Site

Blackshaw Moor is perfectly situated as a base from which to explore the Peak District and offers some truly breathtaking views over the hills

Blackmore Campsite

Blackmore is a large caravan site in Worcestershire, which includes more than 200 pitches for touring caravan and camping holidaymakers

Broadway Caravan Club

The Broadway Caravan Club is a park with 115 pitches, 112 of which are hard-standing, and is located in the Cotswolds in Worcestershire

Bourton-on-the-Water Club Park

The Bourton-on-the-Water Caravan Club site is high up in the Cotswolds in the county of Gloucestershire

Bladon Chains Caravan Club Site

Bladon Chains Caravan Club Site can be found on the Blenheim Estate in Oxfordshire. The site is equipped with 92 pitches, 31 of which are hard-standing

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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.