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Our Pick of the Parks


The Buying Your First Holiday Home magazine team is often asked which holiday home parks they personally recommend. It’s a hard question to answer, given that there are hundreds of excellent parks from which you can choose. Here, we pick 10 of the many we know well. Check out their websites and take a closer look. We’ve chosen five quiet parks, where tranquillity is the attraction, and five full-on, buzzing family fun complexes.


Blair Castle Caravan Estate (main image)
In the grounds of a Scottish castle, close to Pitlochry, with facilities including its own hair salon.


Islawrffordd Luxury Holiday Park

On the West Welsh coast, with a fine dining restaurant and indoor pool, sauna and Jacuzzi.


Stratford Parks

Three parks at Stratford-upon-Avon, with a bar and restaurant, outdoor eating, fishing - and river views.


Wells Touring Park

Bespoke lodges, close to England’s smallest city and with views of the Mendip Hills.


Hawthorn Farm

Set in woodland, close to Dover, so perfect for day trips to France.



Mother Ivey’s Bay Holiday Park

This lovely park near Padstow in Cornwall has its own beach, Mother Ivey’s Bay, and is within easy walking distance of beautiful Constantine Bay.


Kelling Heath

A natural location in North Norfolk, amid woodland and heathland.


Ladram Bay

In South Devon, with its own shingle beach plus restaurant, pool, gym and outdoor splash zone.


Holgates Holiday Parks

Five high-quality parks on the southern edge of Cumbria and in Lancashire.


Ribby Hall Village

One of Britain’s most comprehensively-equipped, top quality holiday parks.



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