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Motorhome Holiday Guide

Motorhome Holiday Guide

Spring has finally sprung, almost, and we can finally start looking forward to the summer which is hopefully only around the corner now. Even though the temperatures are still on the cooler side, and the rain keeps catching us out, looking forward to summer is what keeps a lot of us going through the autumn and winter seasons!

You might already be thinking about where to go for your next summer holiday; if you haven’t, then Premier Motorhomes offer you a perfect guide to motorhome holidays! While many of us jet off to more exotic countries, why not consider a staycation this year? It’s easy to forget what beautiful destinations we have right on our doorstep, so if you fancy touring the UK in your motorhome this summer, follow our helpful guide:

The North

The north of the UK is home to many unique destinations including the counties of Yorkshire, Lancashire and Northumberland. Travelling to the north gives you the opportunity to explore some really beautiful places – often destinations that we forget are right on our doorstep.

The Lake District is always a popular choice for a staycation, with its many towns and mountains to take advantage of. However, there are other holiday destinations up north too.

Northumberland is home to ancient castles, rolling hills and unspoilt beaches mixed in with market towns, giving you the best of both worlds. Enjoy both the seaside and the hustle and bustle of the towns.

Likewise, why not travel even further and explore Scotland?

The South

Many people may just think of London when you think of the south of England, but there’s so much more to it. The home counties of Hampshire, Sussex and Kent offer a relaxing holiday experience. With beautiful countryside, the south of the UK brings together culture and history for an unforgettable trip.

From seaside resorts like Eastbourne and Brighton, to popular towns and cities like Windsor and Oxford, they’re great places to visit even if the sun isn’t always shining. Take the kids and the dog for a family day out, or whisk yourselves off for a romantic break. The south of England gives you the chance to choose from coastal destinations or inner city experiences depending on the type of trip you’re looking for.

The East

The east of England is home to interesting destinations like Great Yarmouth, King’s Lynn, Skegness, Lincoln and Cleethorpes. Offering a variety of landscapes, from the coast to the vales, there’s something for everyone.

A very understated part of the country, Lincolnshire is home to the Wolds, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty for over 40 years. It’s a perfect destination for a short break, thanks to its relaxing countryside and rich heritage. From bird watching to shopping, the east of the UK offers a great all-round experience.

The West

Famous for its summer destinations, the west of England houses the likes of Cornwall, Devon and Somerset, as well as Wales. The west also includes places like Bristol and the Cotswolds, giving you a choice of all different kinds of holidays for the family.

Whether you want to relax on a beach or explore the wilderness, the west of the UK is a great holiday destination for the summer months.