Static caravan holidays
A lot of people tend to confuse static caravan holidays with mobile home rental holidays. Although the two may be made of the same RVS or units, there is still one glaring difference between them. As its name suggests, static caravans cannot be driven from its original location, while mobile homes are something the customer may take to other specified destinations. Also, static caravans are sometimes a part of a caravan or holiday park, where you get to meet other holidaymakers and enjoy free use of the park’s club facilities.
This website is one of the best places to visit online if you are looking for caravans that you can directly hire or purchase from its private owners. You can also add your own ad to the website, as well as learn more about caravan tax, travel and caravan insurance, and other important travel FAQs. In its Late Offers section, you have a chance of renting out a 2000 Atlas Ruby Super air-conditioned caravan that’s 35 x 12 feet and has two bedrooms. It is good for kids and pets, and can accommodate up to five persons. Two nights will cost you only £150.
This website operates just like the other, but it has one extra section where you can post ads about vans as well. In its Late Deals section for static caravan holidays, you can rent a six-berth caravan that is fully-furnished and equipped with all the modern amenities you will need for a perfect caravan holiday. It also has a separate shower room and is located within Pen-y-Wern Manor’s grounds. Lowest weekly rates are at £140.