New research reveals that more than half of Britons are choosing to holiday within the UK in a bid to save money and according to a recent survey Brits plan to enjoy a ‘staycation’
With rising fuel prices and a poor exchange rate, more people chose to stay in the UK this year than in the previous post-recession years, and in fact a recent report found one in three Britons are planning on holidaying at home and this is adding an extra £7.3 billion to the UK’s tourism industry.
The most popular British holiday destinations for British travellers is Cornwall, Devon, London,
Edinburgh and Cardiff, but of course the British seaside is still a popular holiday choice and the
beaches of Devon and Cornwall attract a huge amount of holidaymakers each and every year.
A very popular type of holiday is camping and caravanning, and with so many Cornwall caravan parks (http://www.wooda.co.uk)
to choose from holiday makers are spoilt for choice, and many remember a holiday taken at a holiday
park as children that fills one with nostalgia and memories of some of the best holidays you ever had.
A caravan park Cornwall not only offers great value for money, but the child-friendly activities,
healthy open spaces and entertainment makes this type of holiday a favourite choice. The cost of
this type of holiday is great on the pocket, and fits into every budget.
A Devon caravan park or one in Cornwall in fact any caravan park will have a selection of
Accommodation, from luxury static caravans, holiday cottages, and of course plenty of pitches to site
your own touring van or pitch a tent.
At least if you have your own self-catering accommodation you can eat when you want, go where you
want to explore, or indulge in the many water sports available on the coast of Cornwall, where some
of the best surfing is to be found.
Using a campsite Devon or one in Cornwall as a base you can explore the many quaint villages, have
a wonderful cream tea, or enjoy the famous Cornish pasty for lunch, just the simple things in life like
walking, cycling, enjoying the sandy beaches, fishing around in the many rock pools, these pastimes
get forgotten in this age of technology, with video games, ipads, and DS computerised gaming
children of today need reminding of pastimes that need no money to enjoy.
A spokesman for Wooda Farm Holiday Park said “there is nothing better than fresh air and sunshine, even if we don’t see much of the sunshine there is always plenty to do onsite. There are plenty of campsites in Cornwall, but we think we offer most things that excite the holidaymaker. We are located in North Cornwall on the border with Devon so our park is ideal to use as a base to tour both counties”.
For further information visit: www.wooda.co.uk