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With the current lockdown situation in the UK, one way to take your mind off things could be to think about trips you could take in the future when restrictions are lifted. With plenty of places in the UK to visit, you don’t need to travel far to have a good time. So where in the UK could be worth a visit? Whether you’re looking for the beach, to visit a vibrant city or head off around the country – why not consider a holiday in a motorhome or in a caravan?
The beauty of a caravan or motorhome holiday is that you take your hotel room, kitchen and bathroom with you wherever you go. This means you can bring your home comforts and change your plans at a moment’s notice, regardless of what comes your way.
Bailey of Bristol offers five caravan ranges and three motorhome ranges so there is something for everyone.
When we are able to visit caravan and motorhome retailers again, you’ll find them dotted around the UK, and many offer preowned vehicles as well as brand new. If you are up north, Lowdhams in Huddersfield are one of your options for Bailey caravans and motorhomes (they also stock options from other manufacturers).
Whether you’re researching city breaks or want to head off into the country, here are my top UK based destinations to consider.
As you probably know if you’re a regular reader of Dungarees & Donuts, Liverpool is one of my favourite places to visit. With plenty of attractions to enjoy, including the Docks, the Beatles Museum and plenty of other free attractions too. I recently wrote a blog post on things to do in Liverpool on a budget and I’d always recommend visiting when looking for somewhere to go.
The city which is full of happy people and the scouse accent, you can’t help but feel happy whilst in Liverpool.
As someone who was born up north, Yorkshire is a lovely place to visit. Especially York for the views alongside the Roman and Viking history. With huge buildings, a racecourse and one of the largest UK Christmas markets, you’ll be spoilt for choice.
With York being founded by the ancient Romans, it has a huge 13th Century Gothic cathedral, which makes the city. Another fantastic place to visit whilst in York is the Jorvik Viking Centre, where you can learn about the history of York under the Danish Rule.
Are you looking for somewhere bright, colourful and fun to visit? Why not check out Brighton? The Lanes are full of unique cafes, boutique stores and independent businesses, it’s a one of a kind place to visit. There are plenty of lovely places to eat including fish and chip restaurants by the sea. I’d recommend visiting Brighton as it is such a happy place and there is lots to do, including visiting the pier!
In recent years Brighton has added a truly magnificent addition to the city in the form of the i360, which is a moving observation tower with a 360-degree view across Brighton, the South Downs and the English Channel.
If you’re looking for somewhere to visit which is relaxing and still has lots of enjoyable things to do. Including the famous Chester Zoo, Chester Cathedral, Tatton Park and my favourite, Cheshire Oaks! With plenty of cathedrals and history behind the city, there are lots of places to enjoy.
Use some downtime to start your research now and see if a Bailey of Bristol caravan or motorhome might be a future holiday option for you.