BigNews.Biz - May 02,2012 - Holiday time is here again, with only a couple of months before the children will be off school for quite a few weeks, thus now is the time to plan that get-away, and this year it s a great time to stay in the UK.
Self catering holidays in the UK are becoming the normal type of holiday today for the British family, and accommodation can be in villas, apartments, cottages, static caravans and anywhere else besides a hotel. This type of accommodation offers a completely do-it-yourself option, there is no one looking after your needs nor is there any meals provided.
These cost effective and flexible holidays are now top of a holiday list, it is considerably cheaper than staying in a hotel, and you get to look around and experience the local amenities, not forgetting taking local produce back to your accommodation to create a home cooked meal for the family.
Self catering is perfect for families with children who prefer a comfortable home-like environment, and of course freedom of choice about when you eat, when you like to rest or sleep, and if your choice of holiday is on one of the many Cornwall caravan parks, then you will have everything on hand to spend the most memorably holiday.
Devon and Cornwall are two wonderful counties in the South West region of England with wonderful countryside and long sandy beaches; Cornwall especially is marked as a world heritage site for its ancient mining district. The heavenly breezes coming off the Atlantic Ocean and scenery explains why D.H.Lawrence and Virginia Woolf were once attracted to this region.
A caravan park Cornwall is the perfect base to visit the many historical attractions such as the Pendennis Castle dating back to the reign of King Henry VIII, and this part of England is ideal for older couples, young families with children and just about anyone looking to get away to a quiet charming secluded setting.
Staying on campsites in Cornwall or Devon is the best outdoor holiday one can experience, holidaymakers can enjoy local activities such as fishing, horse riding, water sports, or even long leisurely walks, and you can enjoy being surrounded by nature, wildlife and breath taking views.
If you are looking to take your family on holiday that gives you privacy, freedom and your choice of destination and more importantly not having to pay premium rate for hotels in the holiday season, consider staying on a Devon caravan park or one in Cornwall.
At peak holiday season, hotel prices skyrocket as demand is high, for prime holiday destinations for example London or the South West of England, and this is probably why self catering holidays on maybe a campsite Devon are now becoming a more popular option with families giving them flexibility, on a budget to suit every pocket and many more benefits.
A spokesman for Wooda Farm Holiday Park in Bude North Cornwall on the border with Devon said “This year especially holidaymakers want to stay