the need for the open road? Travel the U.K. in a campervan for total freedom
the urge to just take to the open road and go comes over us. The thought
of sitting on a bus, or train, or waiting to board a plane that is running
late often places stress on us, just when we want to let go, relax and
have a great holiday.
if you head off in a campervan or motor home you can take things at your
leisure, challenge your GPS to the very best route to take and stop off
wherever the urge dictates. One great option is to hire a campervan
Campervan Rentals. They have great, compact vehicles with all
the accessories you could need for camping along the way.
might be looking for a few tips on the very best routes to take and here
are just a couple of great suggestions to whet your appetite.
the lovely Lake District
Lake District is an absolutely gorgeous area in north west England, which
is also known as Lakeland. The area is a popular holiday spot with its
many and various lakes (naturally!) along with mountains and forests.
In fact, there were in the 19th-century several poets, known as the Lake
Poets, including the famous William Wordsworth, who penned writings about
this beautiful area of the country.
Lake District is within the Cumbria area and contains all English land
which is higher than 3,000 feet within its national park, including the
highest mountain in England, Scafell Pike. This is the perfect area
to drive around and find the perfect spot to park off for a relaxing holiday,
especially on Lake Wastwater (the deepest lake in England) or Windermere
to the Scotland Highlands
Loch Lomond taken in 1980 or 1990 in the public domain
has so much amazingly beautiful scenery including mountains, heather-strewn
hillsides and lovely lochs. What better location to take to the road
in style, camping wherever looks great?
of ideal spots include Fort William, where you can visit Ben Nevis, the
highest mountain in the British Isles, giving the opportunity to hike,
mountaineer, take to a mountain bike or even go skiing in the colder months.
Loch Linnhe is also an attractive spot to stop along the way.
the high road, or the low road, and head to the bonnie banks of Loch Lomond
(with apologies for liberties taken in the lyrics by the original unnamed
composer who wrote it in and around 1841).
seriously, Loch Lomond is the largest loch in Scotland, offering over 30
islands, making it a beautiful place to visit, go paddling around on the
water and generally explore the beautiful parks and gardens in the area.
Head to Snowdonia in Wales
Snowdonia is a beautiful
region of Wales, framed by rocky mountains, including some of the biggest
mountains in Wales and England. The national park also offers some pretty
spectacular cliffs, hugging a long coastline of excellent sandy beaches,
making it the perfect spot to stop off and explore. The Snowdonia
National Park was the third national park to be formed in Britain after
the Peak District and the Lake District.
So if you are ready, pack
your bags and hit the road for the scenic and beautiful holiday trip of
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