It’s been a tricky few months, we’ve seen a huge change to our everyday lives, and because of this, we are all ready for a well-deserved holiday! In its 100 years of thriving, Lyons Holiday Parks has faced some tough situations but has always been resilient and continued to offer the great British holidaymaker a holiday to remember.
It is no surprise that holiday home holidays are gaining more popularity, they grant the opportunity to explore your homeland whilst being easy on the bank . The continued support and loyalty have turned holiday parks into a great British institution. Whether you’re a seasoned ‘vanner’ or a newbie who’s considering a staycation for the first time, here is our quick guide to all caravans great or small.
For the love of Caravans
For those not well versed in the love of a staycation caravan holiday, there are generally two types you can enjoy: touring and static. Touring caravans can either take you up and down the country or be pitched permanently on a touring park of your choice, like Lyons St Marys. Companies such as Bailey, Swift, Elddis and T@b are a popular choice for tourers. These portable vans come in all shapes and sizes from tiny but comfortable living spaces to larger more family-friendly designs, there is a tourer out there for everyone. And the best bit, the cost is friendly to your wallet!
Static Caravan Holidays
Like tourers, Static Caravans are a cost-effective way to give the family a break throughout the year. With single wide and cuddle wide vans, there is plenty of space for families of all sizes. A number of these static caravans feel more like a modern chalet with mod-cons such as dishwashers, washing machines, flat-screen TVs and even hot tubs. Static Caravan Holidays are an excellent option for all ages, especially as many holiday parks are family-friendly with facilities such as pools, clubhouses, kid’s clubs, sports and games and the added extras that make a British Holiday a British Holiday.
A Staycation may be the best option for 2020, but you won’t be missing out on the abroad feeling with holiday parks feeling more like resorts, offering a relaxing or fun-filled time away.