It can be difficult to know what to do with your children during the summer holidays, but one of the best ways to get them out of the house and to explore nature is to take them on a caravanning holiday. It’s a great way for them to get some fresh air and enjoy all of the outdoor activities that are on offer, from rock climbing to cycling. However, taking children on holiday is not an easy task, so here are a few tips for caravanning with your kids this summer:
The summer season is almost upon us and, usually, that comes with the introduction of a wide range of different festivals, from food to music. Festivals have the option for visitors to camp onsite, but if you’ve never been before, here are a few practical tips to help you get the hang of things when camping at a festival this summer.
Caravan holidays can be great fun for the whole family. Depending on the location of the site, there are a wide range of different activities to enjoy, from hiking and rock climbing to spending the day at the beach and sitting around a campfire during the cool summer evenings. But if you’re looking at staying in a caravan park, and are looking to bring your children along with you, then there are some things you should be aware of when taking your family caravanning this summer.
Caravan holidays provide families with the perfect opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors without breaking the bank financially, but with all of the creature comforts that a home provides. But just like elements throughout the home, there are some things that need to be child-proofed, so to speak.
The winter period seems to last for a considerable amount of time, which is why it’s important that the caravan you have is stored appropriately for such a significant amount of time. The options are limited: at home or on a secured site. Here are some tips and things to consider when storing your caravan at either location:
January isn’t a very popular time of year to go on a caravanning holiday. That’s why a lot of people will store it until spring arrives. If you’re new to caravanning, you might not be aware of some of the maintenance that’s required both before, during and after storing your caravan for long periods over the winter. Here’s how you can prepare properly:
When it comes to car insurance, that is a requirement by law. But what if you’re towing a caravan, or have one in a fixed location? It can be difficult to know whether or not a caravan needs to be insured, especially if you’re new to the caravanning game. We’ll be answering all of your caravan insurance questions in this article; here’s everything you need to know:
The Christmas season is often considered one of the most stressful, busiest times of year. Not only is the day itself hectic, but the run up to it is even more chaotic, especially with all the preparation and Christmas shopping we have to do. So what better time of year to go for a festive break away in a caravan? Here are 5 benefits of going caravanning during Christmas time.
Caravanning is a popular British pastime that’s been enjoyed by families for decades. It’s become so common that people have taken to buying their own caravans and pitching them up in locations across the country in a bid to see more of it.
But in order to move it from place to place, it needs to be towed. In order to do this as safely as possible, there are some rules and guidelines that need to be followed and we’ll be outlining those for you in this article.
Whether you’re holidaying in someone else’s caravan or have your own that you annually take out across the country, there are plenty of things you can do that will make your caravan feel more like your own home. From bringing your favourite things from home to throwing down a doormat, here’s everything you can do to make your caravan feel more homely:
Christmas is a great time to get away. Whether you want to go somewhere to cosy up and celebrate, or escape the madness of silly season altogether. With purse strings being stretched more and more around this time of year it can be nigh on impossible to afford an expensive holiday abroad, so why not head for a caravan holiday instead?
Needless to say, at Regal Furnishings, we love caravan holidays at any time of year. But here are just some of the reasons why Christmas could be the perfect time for a caravan break.
There’s no better feeling than enjoying a trip in your new, or newly refurbished, motorhome. But no caravan is complete without a few final touches to truly make it into a home. At Regal Furnishing, we are experts when it comes to all things caravans, so the team have compiled a list of the ultimate caravan accessories that no motorhome should be without.
This week marks English Tourism Week, the yearly celebration of all the tourist attractions that England has to offer; from castles to canals and seasides to stately homes. The week is designed to highlight the value of tourism in our country and act as a showcase for engaging visitor experiences.
English Tourism Week occurs at the start of spring every year and campaigns to raise the profile of the tourism industry in England and celebrate the quality of our nation’s tourism.
It’s never too early to start planning your summer holidays, and there couldn’t be a better year to take a break in a caravan. While budget flights and crowded beaches might normally spring to mind when you think of your annual break, this needn’t be the case. Avoid airport delays, plane food and rundown hotels and escape for a holiday in a caravan instead this year!
People unused to caravan holidays are often unaware of the many benefits that come from owning a mobile home. But the perks of motorhomes are undeniable; from health to finances, relationships and beyond, there is no aspect of your life which a caravan cannot improve.
Here are just some examples of how caravan ownership could benefit you:
Having kids might be your biggest dream in life. But, soon after you have them, it soon dawns on you that the constant cacophony and screaming responsibility is going to be your life for the next 18 years. Who knew that having kids would take up so much time? Time that you could be spending taking your motorhome or caravan out to some of the best adult only parks in the UK. Adult only caravan parks offer you some well-needed respite from the little people you love, letting you relax and recharge, ready to get straight back parenting.
There’s never been a better time to consider a Caravanning Holiday in the UK.
It’s no surprise the UK tourism industry has been enjoying something of a resurgence in recent years. Although the number of foreign visitors is increasing; so too are the numbers of Brits choosing to holiday at home. Preferring to give the overcrowded beaches of the European hotspots a miss, greater numbers of us are choosing for the first time to tour the less commercialised areas of the UK in caravan or motorhome. Last year that was over four million of us.
Whether you have bought a caravan, or intend to hire a motorhome and tour the UK there are a number of things to consider to ensure you get the most from your first caravanning adventure.
Not many vehicles can claim to beat the grandeur of motorhome interiors. Wherever you’re heading off to and whatever the nature of your trip, an inviting area to relax or have fun can make any good excursion a great one.
Creating the perfect design scheme is heavily reliant on exactly what you want. It is probably a good idea though to ensure that the fundamental basics of motorhome interiors are in place first and foremost.
Caravans provide the perfect solution to get away and onto the open road. From exploring nature to sitting by a campfire and gazing at the stars to discovering a place you never knew existed, some of the best times you’ll ever have can be had with your vehicle.
To get to that stage, you need your vehicle to be in great shape. Over time, upholstery can begin to get tired and worn. Why is caravan upholstery so important, though?
It is probably safe to say that the summer is behind us and for the next few months, the beach is off limits. If you’re the proud owner of a caravan or motorhome, it may be time to say goodbye for the winter.