Over 50? Here are 50 reasons you will love a holiday park

Are caravan park holidays a nostalgic memory – the scene of family breaks when your kids were tots and self catering in a caravan was so much easier than lounging around a hotel room? Now that your children are adults and your free time is your own, have you thought about trying a holiday park… Read more »

  • Great Holidays in the northeast and places to go

    The dampness of the Jubilee celebrations and half-term hasn’t dampened our spirits and we’re certain that a summer of scorching weather and more hose-pipe bans can only be just around the corner. Surely? We’ve still got some availability for our brilliant Family Holidays offer, with breaks from just £20 per person in July, July and… Read more »

  • 36% Of Brits To Join A Street Party This Weekend

    Would you Jubilieve it! More than 35% of Brits say they will head to a street party to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee this weekend. With big names including Heston Blumenthal and Gary Barlow taking part in events, and even the Royal Barge coming out of retirement, the poll of 877 people from short breaks… Read more »

  • Summer of sport at holiday parks in the UK

    Whatever your feelings are about England’s chances in Euro 2012, or the Home Nations’ gold medal hopes in the Olympics, we think holiday parks must be among the best places to watch the action unfold.   Don’t believe us? Well getting behind your country, cheering on the highs, groaning at the lows, escaping into the… Read more »

  • A great summer of picnics: the UK’s best places to eat outdoors

    13,000 guests will be lucky enough to feast on Heston Blumenthal’s five-course picnic at the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee concert at Buckingham Palace this summer, so what pickings are left for the rest of us? Inspired by the setting for this Jubilee celebration, we’ve compiled our own guide to six more amazing places to picnic and… Read more »

  • Holiday parks on the Olympic Torch route

    As the sun has come out, so have the crowds for the Olympic Torch relay. The procession will cover a whopping 8,000 miles in 80 days across the UK, but if it’s not coming to your home town, or if you’d rather watch the flame from a sunny seaside spot, why not book a short… Read more »

  • Five things you really don’t need to take on your holiday this year

    Going on holiday in this day and age is fraught with extra expenses and minor irritations.  How many times have you returned from a holiday, unpacked and realised you had absolutely no need for a bunch of stuff you sweated buckets over squeezing into your bag? Travelling light isn’t just about your luggage though; it’s… Read more »

  • Caravan parks on the coast of Wales

    The Wales Coast Path officially opens this weekend and for the first time provides an unbroken 870-mile route along the magnificent Welsh coast – so why not book one of our caravan park short breaks to Wales and start exploring. This amazing path will hug the coast as closely as possible and lead through nature… Read more »

  • Honeymoon Holiday Parks

    TV breakfast show Daybreak featured the marriage Kate and Fraser who tied the knot in the UK’s first dedicated wedding beach hut this morning – in Bournemouth! Daybreak threw in a cruise for the honeymoon – we don’t think that really enters into the spirit of festivities, so the team at BreakFree Holidays have suggested… Read more »

  • Crafty tips for great caravan holidays in the UK

    Has our amazing offer of £20pp holidays to the UK and Europe tempted you to book a holiday park for the first time? We wouldn’t blame you, with more than 200 caravan holiday parks across the UK and Europe, many starting from less than £100 for the family, it’s a great offer. Here are five… Read more »

  • Paignton Zoo Environmental Park

    This is a guest post by Philip Knowling, Press Officer, Paignton Zoo Paignton Zoo is a famous name and one of Britain’s top zoos. The great thing about the place is that it’s a true family day out, whatever the weather. As well as thousands of amazing animals, there’s free parking, a miniature train, indoor… Read more »