Top 10 places to visit in England in a campervan

Top 10 places to visit in England in a campervan
1-    Yorkshire
Yorkshire, ‘God’s own county’, has an awesome reputation for food and drink – the best in Britain! The landscapes are a must see with sites such as the Yorkshire Dales, with outstanding scenery and a vast wildlife habitat.

2-    Cornwall
Cornwall is famous for its surfer waves, incredibly well kept beaches and scenic trails. Grab a freshly made Cornish Pasty and hop from one coast to the other, exploring all those remote spots as well as busy cobbled streets.

3-    Lake District
The Lake District is absolutely overfilled with beautiful spots and locations, from the lake of Windermere with boat rides and home to Beatrix Potter, or Keswick, the busy market town. You can find something for everyone here.

4-    Bath
Bath is home to a wide range of historical sites such as the Roman Baths, the Royal Crescent, the Theatre Royale and the Jane Austen Centre for the literacy lovers. There is an overwhelming amount to see and do here, with beautiful scenery to accompany it!

5-    Cotswolds
Cotswolds is not just a place for avid nature walkers, but it is also a place where you can find some of the oldest pubs in the Cotswolds. With cosy pub menus and old interior, you are guaranteed to fall in love with their authenticity. To prove it, we recommend you visiting the Red Lion Inn, Chipping Campden or The Porch House.

6-    Devon
Here you’ll find a perfect blend of beautiful coastlines, urban shopping locations, and quaint fishing villages. For a summer getaway or a winter break, Devon can offer something to do all year round.

7-    Norfolk
Here in Norfolk you can learn to surf, hire bikes, and follow some of the most beautiful trails to National Trust Houses. There are even attractions such as a Dinosaur Park, Bewilderwood and a seal trip at Morston. Great for a family getaway; there’s something for everyone!

8-    Suffolk
Like its neighbour, Suffolk has preserved some of the most beautiful castles to explore at your own leisure. It is also said that a trip to the mid-Suffolk light railway (or ‘The Middy’) is a must. You can step back in time to old historic villages, and learn about the history of the area.

9-    Brighton
Brighton is a bright a busy place, with mountains of things to do for all the family. You can stroll down the famous Brighton Palace Pier, beautiful at any time of the day, with endless museums to visit. You can also enjoy some retain therapy with over 350 independent shops, bars and restaurants to enjoy.

10- Canterbury
Canterbury is bustling with life, culture and scenic landscapes. Enjoy a telling of the Canterbury tales with live actors, a day with animals at the Wingham Wildlife park, and of course admire the Canterbury Cathedral in all its glory. It’s a beautiful location to explore in your home on wheels.
Check back often to see our top 10 places to visit in Scotland, Wales and Ireland in the coming weeks

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