The Caravan Parks
Set in a Victorian seaside setting, Riverside Holiday Park invites holidaymakers to enjoy a self-catering caravan stay, just a 10-minute drive from the Southport Pier. Guests can take advantage of the on-site facilities including play area, games room, swimming pool, and fishing opportunities, as well as restaurant and bar.
Overlooking the Pennines from its vantage point in the Cumbrian Valley, Harrisons Wild Rose Park perfectly captures rural beauty with its verdant surrounds and features all the facilities and entertainment travellers can expect from a luxury holiday park. On site, there are bistro and bar areas, as well as badminton courts, games rooms and two children’s play areas.
Percy Wood Country Park invites holidaymakers to enjoy its on-site leisure facilities such as golf and walking trails. Guests can also enjoy swimming and bicycle hire, all surrounded by the scenic views of the Northumberland countryside and the Simonside Hills.
The holiday homes feature central heating, flat-screen TV, fully-equipped kitchen, gas and electricity and bathroom facilities.
Groupon’s Guide To Cumbria
Set in North West England, Cumbria is a non-metropolitan county and its elevated mountain ranges make it one of the most sparsely populated counties in the United Kingdom.
Cumbria is home to the Lake District National Park, famous for its natural beauty and source of inspiration for artists, musicians and writers. The historic Hadrian’s Wall is also located in this county and is deemed a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Groupon’s Guide To Northumberland
Hiking trails and cycle paths weave through the natural beauty of Northumberland’s rolling fields and along the windswept shores of the sweeping coastline.
The bustling market town of Morpeth is stuffed full of gems, including a 13th-century chantry housing a bagpipe museum. Travellers may enjoy the award-winning Carlisle Park, which offers an opportunity for river boating and tennis, while the promenade takes in the ornamental hedges and trees of the William Turner Garden. A 50-minute drive through the countryside will bring guests to the Alnwick Castle and its adjacent gardens. Alternatively, visitors may take a journey to the Palladian facade of Paxton House, found on the banks of the River Tweed. This stately home sits on 80 acres of land and boasts a picture gallery which houses over 70 paintings. A short way over from Paxton House stands the walled town of Berwick-upon-Tweed whose Elizabethan fortifications were built to keep out invading Scots, now a fantastic viewing point for modern day visitors.