With over 40 years experience and 36 parks in the UK, most of Haven Holidays Park's are within a 2-3 hours drive of you home.
Deciding between our 36 Parks won’t be easy the great British coastline and our award-winning parks are yours
Britain’s favourite seaside resort has lots of exciting attractions that help make every visit feel like a brand new adventure
Blackpool Tower is one of the most dramatic structures on the town's skyline, with an uninterrupted 360 degree panoramic view across Blackpool and beyond.
Then there’s the Blackpool Tower Dungeon where you will be taken on a 60 minute thrill ride through 1,000 years of Lancashire’s murky history across 10 shows... if you dare!
If thrill seeking is what you’re after you don’t need to look any further than Blackpool Pleasure Beach – the UK's most famous theme park. With more than 125 rides and attractions, including
The Lincolnshire coastline is home not only to striking countryside but also some of the UK’s best loved seaside resorts
Lincolnshire is a county steeped in history, from the Roman arches in the city of Lincoln which date back to the 3rd century BC, to Lincoln Castle, home to one of the four surviving copies of the Magna Carta. Boston, Lincolnshire was where some of the earliest settlers who later made their home in Boston, Massachusetts in the 17th century originated from, while in the Second World War the region was given the nickname Bomber County as a result of all the Allied airfields that were built on its flat land.
Keep heading south-west until the sea turns turquoise and the sands get whiter, and you’ll reach the beautiful county of Somerset
You could be forgiven for wanting to visit simply for the cider and cheddar cheese, the produce that the county is most famous for, but this is only a taste of what Somerset is all about; there’s so much more to do here, so it should come as little wonder that the county has long been a popular destination for family holidays.
Somerset is packed full of wonderful locations and places for you to visit, including an incredible 72 nature reserves. Two of the largest areas of natural beauty – the Mendips and the Quantocks – are right beside our holiday parks in Somerset and both feature numerous nature reserves and areas of stunning countryside just waiting to be explored.
Cornwall is a firm favourite for UK holidaymakers, with around 5 million of us being welcomed to the region every year. Whether you want to enjoy all the tourist sights available or simply explore its rugged beauty, the West Country has so much to offer and it’s easy to see why it continues to be such a popular destination for so many of us.
Famed internationally for its beaches, Cornwall is a surfer’s paradise. There are plenty of stunning places for you to ride the waves, with the most highly recommended including Fistral Beach, Porthtowan Beach, and Perranporth Beach – where our very own Perran Sands Holiday Park is located.
For the historians amongst you, Tintagel Castle is a must-see. Immerse yourself in the dramatic sea views, myths, and legends of this magical ruin before walking down to the beach below to visit Merlin’s cave. Amid so much history it’s easy to imagine yourself back in the ancient kingdom of King Arthur alongside the Knights of the Round Table.
The fourth largest county in England is also one of the quietest – an oasis of calm with big skies, dramatic sunsets and wide stretches of North Sea coastline
From bright lights to stunning natural sights, holidays in Norfolk offer you a whole host of ways to experience and enjoy the region. Norfolk is most notable for the Norfolk Broads and a rural history, but it’s not just greenery and wide open spaces you’ll find here – with a coastline that runs for nearly 100 miles, you’ll soon see why the area has been a favourite seaside holiday destination for well over 200 years.
If you’re an enthusiast of history or architecture, you’ll want to visit some of Norfolk’s 659 medieval churches – that’s the highest concentration in the world! You can also visit the imposing Norwich Cathedral, or Blickling Hall for other examples of stunning building work.
From magnificent medieval castles to some of Britain's wildest coast with secret coves and surfing hotspots, South Wales ticks all the boxes
South Wales stretches from historic Chepstow and its imposing castle near the English border to the big skies and epic sea views of the jagged coast in the west.
The big draw here is Pembrokeshire, where almost 200 miles of magical shoreline is protected as a national park – home to craggy cliffs, award-winning beaches, pretty villages and traditional seaside resorts. If you feel like travelling a bit further afield, the Brecon Beacons are a couple of hours drive from most of our holiday parks in South Wales, but you will get to experience some great climbing and incredible views while you’re there.
Considered by many as the perfect holiday destination in the UK, Devon has lots to offer all year round
Holidays in Devon have it all – you can visit medieval towns, explore national parks, sandy beaches and picturesque coastal scenery and hit the high street in modern shopping centres. How you choose to spend your time is up to you!
If you’re an avid surfer, you’ll already be aware that Devon is home to some great beaches; Croyde Beach in particular is one of the best surfing beaches in the whole of the UK, and you also have Bantham, Woolacombe and Putsborough to choose from.
Animal lovers in the family will love a day out at Exmoor Zoo – home to over 175 species, including the Exmoor Beast! If you want to see some wildlife in its natural habitat, take a trip to Exmoor and Dartmoor where you can see the wild ponies that live and run free there.
As the border county with Scotland, Northumberland has been the scene of many famous battles between the English and the Scots
Northumberland is truly beautiful – the wild coastline blending with the rugged landscape giving you an instant sense of the history and legends that surround this historic county. Despite not being a traditional seaside destination, Northumberland is a favourite for adventure-seekers, explorers, and anyone looking for something that offers a bit more than your typical family holiday. It’s hardly surprising that over one million of us visit every year.
If you can’t wait to get out and stretch your legs, head for Kielder Water and Forest Park, home to the largest man-made lake in northern Europe. This stunning park has all kinds of natural wildlife, outdoor activities and events happening throughout the year.
Brighton and Bognor may be most familiar, but there’s so much more to the sunny Sussex coast
With its history of being a favourite UK holiday destination – the Victorians were particular fans of Brighton and Hastings – Sussex has long been one of the best places in the UK when you want to enjoy a day at the seaside. In 2014, Bognor Regis was officially recognized as the sunniest place in England, so it’s not hard to see why it’s proved such a hit with us all. But it’s not just beach resorts; Sussex is a county steeped in history and beautiful rolling countryside – who hasn’t heard of the Battle of Hastings and the South Downs?
If you’ve got fashionistas and trend-spotters in your family, you have to head to Brighton and Camber Sands. With their quirky boutiques, rock and roll history, and pop-up food restaurants, the buzz around here is electric.
If you’re looking for a beautiful and welcoming destination, this stunning South West county is the perfect place to enjoy a seaside break
With warm summers and mild winters, it’s easy to see why holidays in Dorset have always been popular. However, it’s not just the climate that makes this region such a hit with families. Dorset is home to the Jurassic coastline, where you can experience all that the British coast has to offer in one place, from sandy beaches and rocky cliffs to sand dunes, natural rock arches, rare wildlife and fossils galore.
North Wales makes a wonderful destination for a family holiday, with lots of stunning countryside and striking coastline to explore
It’s easy to see why holidays parks in North Wales are so popular – offering a magical blend of medieval heritage, sparkling beaches and soaring summits. Although still something of a hidden gem, holidays in North Wales offer so much to see and provides the perfect backdrop for a truly memorable family getaway.
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If you’re looking for a getaway with some truly stunning scenery to explore, there are few places in the UK that compare to a Lake District holiday
Famous for the breathtaking mountains, hillsides and lakes that give the region its name, you may be surprised to know that you can also find plenty of beaches in the Lake District, helping to make it one of the most popular holiday destinations in the UK, and one that draws around 15.8 million visitors every year.
A trip to the Lake District has to include a visit to two of its most iconic landmarks: the Old Man of Coniston and Scafell Pike. But if you don’t plan on travelling that far once you’ve arrived at our Lakeland Leisure Park there are still plenty of other amazing lakes and mountains closer by that will give you the full experience of this remarkable region.
All the pleasures of a traditional seaside holiday await you in the sunny county of Essex – and it’s only a little over an hour away from London
It’s little wonder that holidays here have always been popular as the county has more than 350 miles of coastline, some beautiful sandy beaches and one of the sunniest climates in the country. And there’s more – Essex also offers a wealth of activities and experiences that the whole family will enjoy.
For animal lovers there’s the famous Colchester Zoo, which is home to over 250 different species, while Tropical Wings Zoo is one of the only places in the country where you can see free-flying butterflies all year round! There are also lots of petting farms to visit – like Old McDonald’s Farm – where you can get up close with some furry farmyard friends.
Scotland really does deliver on the classic images of ruined hilltop castles and rugged glens purple with heather in the summertime, perfect for Family Holidays in Scotland
When you think of family holidays in Scotland, you think of castles, windswept hills, beautiful architecture, stunning glens and wild coastlines – and the simple truth is that it really does deliver such romantic images. This is a dramatic country, not just in scenery but in its culture, history and heritage. It may not be big, but Scotland has many treasures crammed within its borders.
The grand old cities of Edinburgh and Glasgow are steeped in tradition and are dynamic modern cities in their own right with great restaurants and bars, historical landmarks and, of course, fantastic shopping. Plan your Scotland family holiday visit around August and you’ll be able to enjoy the Edinburgh Festival, which puts a spotlight on the nation’s arts scene; our Seton Sands Holiday Village is just 30 minutes away, making it an easy trip into the city to enjoy the vibrant atmosphere and shows on offer. Look further afield and you’ll find smaller cities such as Dundee and Aberdeen also have their own particular charms and unique characteristics that make them worth visiting.
The Yorkshire coastline has some of the UK’s most rugged and charming countryside, from tiny fishing villages to glorious stretches of white sand
Welcome to Yorkshire – the largest county in Britain, and one that’s packed full of exciting things to do! Yorkshire is a beautiful contradiction of stunning coastal and wild moorland views, mixed with bustling and modern towns and cities. The only challenge you’ll have is how you’ll manage to fit it all in.
The Yorkshire coastline is a destination all of its own. Scarborough is well known as one of the best seaside towns in the whole of the UK, but there are so many more great towns to explore along the same stretch of coastline, including Filey, Whitby and Bridlington. In contrast, fishing communities such as Robin Hood’s Bay and Runswick Bay, which are spread along the coastline of the North Yorkshire Moors National Park, will introduce you to a very different way of life, some incredible views and, of course, some amazing restaurants.
Kent may be known as the Garden of England, but its coastline is every bit as beautiful
From historic castles to seaside resorts, it’s easy to see why holidays in Kent have become increasingly popular in recent years.
The historic cities of Rochester and Canterbury provide a wealth of beautiful buildings, great shopping and fantastic restaurants for you to visit. The cathedrals here are famous around the world, and you can’t make a trip without stopping by to gaze in awe at the stunning architecture.
Elsewhere, the beach resorts of Margate and Whitstable offer all the fun and excitement that you would expect from the great British seaside. If you’re looking for the delights of the coast at a slightly quieter pace, make sure you visit the harbours and marinas of Ramsgate. And what holiday to Kent wouldn’t be complete without a trip to gaze upon the striking white cliffs of Dover?