Find UK campervan holiday inspiration with our independent blog series. From the wilderness feel of Scotland’s remote Highlands, to the far horizons and dark skies of Northumberland. From sparkling seas to lush valleys, you can go anywhere, anytime. These pages are dedicated to places we love and our thoughts on the benefits of a UK campervan holiday. For us, it’s a choice for adventure and relaxation, independence and freedom.
Looking for UK campervan holiday inspiration? Find it here – as well as our thoughts on van life and the freedom of the open road.
Whether you’re looking for family fun, mountain adventures, wild swimming spots, or scenic routes, we have ideas to inspire you. You will find some of our favourite places, routes and attractions. Some well-known, others maybe less so – but those tend to be the places we know and love best.
UK Staycation 2021? Take the train for swift relaxation
A train journey is a swift yet relaxing way to travel. Sit back, stretch out and wind down, as the world whizzes past your window.
Beach Days at Bamburgh, Northumberland
This unmissable Northumbrian beach offers vast skies and empty sands, magical castles and cool, clear blue waters. It’s a tonic for the strains and stresses
Freedom! Why We Love Campervan Holidays
Destination? Anywhere! A campervan holiday is a great choice if you love the freedom of independent adventures. We’ve spent decades working in the outdoors and
Wooler: Scenic Gateway to the Cheviot Hills
Wooler may seem just like an ordinary country market town, but it is so much more. Wide open spaces and stunning hill views on the
Alnwick: A Magical Day Out in Northumberland
“Alnwick is ever under the spell of the dreamy past” [19th century quote, featured in Slow Travel Northumberland by Gemma Hall] Alnwick is full of
Glendale Valley: A Hidden Northumbrian Gem
Quiet and picturesque, Glendale is a secret gem of natural beauty in north Northumberland. Escape the crowds and enjoy relaxed camper van touring in this
We take no responsibility for anything you do after reading our information, which is provided freely and independently, (we don’t receive any commission, nor do we undertake affiliate marketing). Any activity is undertaken at your own risk. It is your responsibility to make appropriate plans and preparations, such as route-planning with a map and compass.Please check current COVID restrictions before you travel. It is also worth checking opening times, facilities etc in advance. We recommend you support the camping sector by staying at campsites and book campsites in advance to be sure of a pitch. We encourage responsible touring.