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Caravan and Motorhome Club promotes 10 per cent off bookings

Brecon Beacons

The weather is warming up and spring is just around the corner – save 10 per cent on Spring Getaways at 60 Caravan and Motorhome Club campsites.

Plus the Club has also lowered prices at selected UK Club campsites for 2024 with its Price Drop, so tourers could save even more.

With so many campsites to choose from nationwide, it is time to get back into the great outdoors and discover some of the best in the UK.

The offer is available for a three-night minimum stay and must be booked by 16 May 2024 for stays by the end of May.

Bookings must be made 14 days in advance.

This latest campaign from the Club is encouraging members to walk in the literary footsteps of their favourite characters and with an additional ten per cent of campsite bookings there is an added incentive to get that spring getaway booked. Campsites available in this offer include:

Ayr-Craigie Gardens Club Campsite, South Ayrshire

Have a bracing seaside spring break at this wonderful Scottish campsite in the grounds of the Craigie Estate.

Close by to the River Ayr the campsite is within walking distance of the seaside town of Ayr with its long sandy beach and excellent shopping facilities.

The beautiful Ayrshire countryside provided the inspiration for the National Bard of Scotland, Robbie Burns – the Burns Heritage Trail and the Burns Heritage Centre at Alloway is a must for visitors to the area.

Golf enthusiasts will also be in their element as there are no less than 40 golf courses in the area, which is why Ayr is known as the ‘Golf Coast’.

Prices start from £85.59 for a three-night stay for two people and a standard pitch.

Brecon Beacons Club Campsite, Powys

For walking, cycling, climbing and caving enthusiasts the Brecon Beacons Club Campsite is the perfect spot, located near the foothills of Brecon Beacons National Park.

The campsite offers some spectacular views of Bannau Brycheiniog’s dramatic peaks, including Pen-y-Fan, Cribyn and Corn Du.

Popular with families, the campsite has a great play area for children, a circular dog walk that leads to a pretty stream and a woodland area which is the perfect place to spot some local wildlife.

Its central location provides the ideal base for touring local towns, including Brecon, Talgarth and Abergavenny.

A pleasant 1.5 mile walk along the Brecon Canal path takes you into Brecon, where you will find a weekly market, shops and restaurants and a theatre with a varied programme.

Prices start from £88.83 for a three-night stay for two adults and a grass pitch.

Cayton Village Club Campsite, Scarborough

Surfers do not need to look further than the Cayton Village Club Campsite which is located just three miles from Scarborough and within a mile of the magnificent Cayton.

Nearby, Whitby and Bridlington are a short drive away from the campsite, where there’s plenty of seaside resort fun to be had and coastal walks to enjoy.

The stunning North Yorkshire Moors are within easy reach of the campsite, as are the picturesque harbour and seaside towns of Robin Hood’s Bay, Runswick Bay, Staithes and Sandsend.

A chip shop and village store are just a five-minute walk away from the campsite, and the Farrier pub is just around the corner offering a tasty menu plus a lively gin bar, as well as a fantastic Sunday roast.

Prices start from £95.58 for a three-night stay for two adults on a grass pitch.

Exmoor House Club Campsite, Somerset

Exmoor House Club Campsite is a pretty, peaceful destination which offers superb views up the valley and some of the pitches overlook the picturesque River Barle.

The campsite is within walking distance of the pretty town of Dulverton, with its shops, pubs and restaurants.

This is an ideal location for those seeking a relaxing caravan holiday in Somerset, with plenty of time to curl up and read a book.

It’s also a great place for dog owners, with plenty of lovely woodland and National Park walks.

Prices start from £94.77 for a three-night stay based on two adults and a hard standing pitch.

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1 comment

katey jane andrews March 8, 2024 at 4:23 pm

How can you call going on a campsite going into the great outdoors when everything is laid out for you.

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