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Advertising feature - Camping & Caravanning Club

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WOULD you like to wake up to stunning views every morning?

From only £129,000 you could own a log-clad holiday home in some of the most beautiful areas of the UK, thanks to the Camping and Caravanning Club’s range of exclusive lodges.

Whether you like walking, exploring or simply relaxing, there’s something for everyone at the club’s sites across the UK.

From the dramatic mountains of Keswick in Cumbria to the swirling rivers of Rhandirmwyn, Carmarthenshire, each lodge park has been chosen for its great scenery and facilities in the local area.

The spacious, modern lodges come with a full range of appliances, from dishwashers to flat screen TVs, and all have gas central heating.

You can have an input into the design of your new holiday home, and there’s always a park manager on-site to keep the area safe and secure while you’re away.

The exteriors are well maintained by local tradesmen, who use natural materials to ensure the lodges complement the surrounding area. Each lodge is usually available from mid-March to mid-January (though some seasons may vary, depending on the park).

With more than 100 years of experience in the outdoor industry, the Camping and Caravanning Club is there to ensure your experience of buying and using a holiday home is hassle-free.

Check out our guide to its sites, and contact Paula Giles for more information (see below right for contact details)...

• The tranquil Lakeside site, bordering Derwentwater, offers the beauty of the Lake District and the amazing scenery of the Cumbrian mountains. It is within easy walking distance of Keswick town for a range of restaurants and shops. 

• Over in Carmarthenshire, the Rhandirmwyn site is close to rivers and picturesque gorges. Ideal for bird watchers, rare birds such as pied flycatchers and tree pipits can be seen at the nearby RSPB reserve. 

• The Winchcombe site in the heart of the Cotswolds, is on the shore of a fishing lake. Full of history, Winchcombe houses 17th century churches as well as a range of shops and traditional tradesmen.

Contact details:

The Camping and Caravanning Club
Greenfields House, Westwood Way, Coventry CV4 8JH
Tel: Paula Giles on 02476 475320
Web: www.campingandcaravanningclub.co.uk

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