Cheap campsites in UK as bookings increase 176% and families urged to book now for summer
CAMPSITES in UK are seeing huge increase in bookings as uncertainty persists around summer holidays abroad.
With details on overseas travel yet to be announced, many Britons are sticking to stays this year, pushing up demand and prices for stays in the UK.
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british travel agency Camptoo reported a 176 percent increase in bookings over the past month.
Ed Bassett, Country Manager UK at Camptoo, said: âWe are seeing significant demand for RVs and RVs right now, with record site traffic in the last few days and bookings arriving quickly. “
“We advise those hoping to book a stay in the UK to start looking now, especially those wishing to travel to the most popular tourist areas of the country.”
Those looking to find a campsite can always find cheap deals starting at Â£ 12 per stay.
Some of the best are:
While self-contained holiday accommodation can open from April 12, most campsites will open no later than May 17, as many have shared facilities such as toilets.
The demand for stays in the UK has led to price increases in all types of accommodation, especially in popular holiday destination types.
Ed Bassett of Camptoo recommends that those struggling to get a campsite “look at areas that are not typically as busy, to help alleviate pressures on the environment and local resources.”
“Destinations such as Norfolk, Yorkshire and the South Coast all offer incredible countryside views and great campsites.”
If you’re looking for more travel inspiration, we’ve found the UK’s best holiday parks with kids’ entertainment and the best holiday parks with outdoor pools.
There are also great UK coach trips for families and campsites with availability for the summer.
Alternatively, we found party weekends at the holiday parks, cheap stays with hot tubs, and tree stays.
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