Holidays In The Midlands
Adults only caravan sites in Warwickshire, Leicestershire, Cambridgeshire & The Cotswolds
Looking for somewhere new for your adult-only break in the UK? Whilst the South West rightly attracts millions of visitors each year, the Midlands boasts some spectacular scenery of its own – and is well worth considering for your next getaway.
There are several Tranquil Parks sites spread across Warwickshire, Leicestershire, Cambridgeshire and the West Midlands – perfect for those looking to explore a region that is often overlooked.
From The Cotswolds and Shropshire to Sherwood Forest and Stratford upon Avon, there’s so much to see and do here! Read our mini guide to holidays in the Midlands below…
Warwickshire is a county of literary greats, of culinary brilliance and iconic heritage. Whether you’re a family craving some outdoor adventures or a couple looking for a restorative weekend away, Warwickshire is a great choice for your getaway.
You’re never too far from the water in Warwickshire. Here you can enjoy rambles along towpaths, cycle around a reservoir, take a trip on a narrowboat or even go kayaking along a river.
No visit to Warwickshire is complete without a visit to Stratford Upon Avon, world-famous as the birthplace of William Shakespeare. But that’s not all. For couples, there’s a whole host of things to see and do here from Warwick Castle and World Rugby Hall Of Fame to The Other Place and the British Motor Museum.
Leicestershire is a county that’s steeped in history and culture. Here you can spend time tracing the footsteps of King Richard III to Bosworth Fields and reconstruct the War of the Roses.
The city of Leicester is also extremely popular, with its Saxon cathedrals, medieval guildhalls as well as its popular shopping malls. There’s also a sizzling golden mile of curry houses to enjoy, and further afield from the city this obsession with food doesn’t change.
Cambridgeshire is home to miles of marshy fenland, cathedral towns with medieval markets and, of course, the city of Cambridge – one of the world’s greatest centres of learning. But there’s so many other things to do here…
Head to the Imperial War Museum at Duxford, learn more about its famous residents (including Oliver Cromwell) or head to the picture-postcard cathedral town of Ely.
If you’re a fan of great live music then you’d be hard-pushed to find a better experience than the popular Cambridge Folk Festival, one of the UK’s largest of its type.
Covering a huge area of some 800 square miles across five counties (including Gloucestershire, Warwickshire, Wiltshire and Worcestershire), The Cotswolds has to be on your places to visit.
Here you can explore quintessentially English villages of honey-coloured stone; take in splendid, lively market towns; visit some of the country’s greatest palaces, castles and country houses and enjoy walks through breathtaking landscapes.
New Lodge FarmBulwick, Northants
Set in an attractive rural location of the Rockingham Forest on a working farm. Immaculate five star facilities are in beautifully converted farm barns.Take a look
Eye Kettleby Lakes Touring ParkMelton Mowbray, Leicestershire
Set in the beautiful Leicestershire countryside, you will find 130 all-weather, fully serviced pitches set across two sites.Take a look
Somers Wood Caravan ParkMeriden, Warwickshire
A warm welcome awaits you at 5-star Somers Wood. Stonebridge Golf Centre and Packington Fishing Lakes are adjacent to the park.Take a look
Briarfields Motel and Touring ParkCheltenham, Gloucestershire
Briarfields is a very friendly park in a vibrant location just one mile from the M5 motorway. Regency Cheltenham and Historic Gloucester are easily accessible using the 24-hour bus service from directly outside the park or brand new off road cycle path/footpath.Take a look