Find out why Alison Rye and family love this part of the Norfolk coast so much.
Almost everyone knows there’s a university in Cambridge, and it’s almost certainly the biggest draw for many of the 4 million plus visitors to the city each year. Without doubt, the world famous colleges are beautiful, historic and absolutely worth seeing, but if you’re in Cambridge for more than a couple of days or you’ve seen enough of the university then the city definitely offers some great changes of scenery.
Camping with kids isn't for everyone. For many, the words children and camping uttered together are enough to cause a shudder, but if done right it can be a great and cheap family holiday. What often comes to mind are images of bored, cold and generally miserable children (and adults), or of more spirited youngsters running wild amongst campfires or other camp hazards.
Practical Caravan, the UK's best selling caravan magazine has announced the result of its annual Top 100 Sites awards for 2013.
Bath Chew Valley is about 10 miles outside of Bristol and is obviously much loved by the magazine readers. It is the fourth time that tiny adult only touring park has claimed the gong in the last six years. Pretty good going.
Jeremiah Mahadevan discovers an apparently wild forest region that is packed full of surprises.
The curious thing about the New Forest is that it isn’t very new, and it isn’t really a forest.
Sometimes you don’t need to travel very far from your front door to find a wealth of interesting places, steeped in history, and great pubs.
At the recent Motorhome Caravan and Camping show, in London’s ExCel, we spied two intriguing products which show how many site owners are thinking.Neither fits neatly into any of the three show title categories but could best be described as accommodation units or “pods” for the trendy new activity of “glamping”.
Nick Harding takes a rewarding tour of four lovely Suffolk towns in just four days.
Stacie Pardoe and Mark Bigault enjoy an exhilarating exploration by bike,