Trevella Park


Award-winning Cornish campsite Trevella Park is the region’s first five-star holiday park to go glamping with the launch of new tepees, safari tents and bell tents in 2012.

Trevella Park’s glamping range is the height of posh camping and kitted out with comfy beds, duvets and real furniture, and is pitched around a communal campfire. The safari tents have decking and dining furniture too.

As well as being the first five-star park in Cornwall to launch a glamping range, Trevella is an award-winning touring park and has a range of holiday home options.

Request a free brochure to find out more about short breaks and holidays at Trevella Park.

The park has been awarded the GOLD David Bellamy Conservation Awards for 14 years running and has been named as one of ‘Britain’s Best Parks’ by the AA, ‘Top Site of the Year’ by Caravan Magazine, one of the ‘Top 100 Family Parks’ in Practical Caravan, won ‘Britain in Bloom’ in 2010 and ‘Newquay in Bloom’ on several occasions.

The independently run park is a great base for exploring the north Cornwall coast which includes Crantock Beach, cliff-top trails along the South West Coastal Path and the surf-town of Newquay.

Trevella has its own heated outdoor pool, adventure playground, large fishing lakes and nature trails, but steers away from kid’s clubs and discos.

Want to find out more about family holidays in Cornwall? Request your free Trevella Park brochure now.

Jersey Travel

A Jersey holiday offers so much more than simply relaxing, although they have nothing against those looking for a quiet holiday!

Jersey’s attractions and gastronomic excellence ensure that foodie fans and culture vultures are well catered for, with Michelin-starred restaurants, quirky beach cafes, Second World War relics and international conservation parks all offering a thoroughly enjoyable and varied holiday experience.

For those who want to seek thrills, spills and activities, there is a wealth of options both in the sea and on the land, from surfing, kayaking and scuba diving to golf, blokarting and cliff-walking.

Guernsey Travel

Guernsey is a small island with a big heart. Nestled in the middle of the Channel Islands and within sight of the French coast, Guernsey retains much of its traditional charm alongside the identity of a modern and vibrant British island.

Loyal to the British Crown, Guernsey and the rest of the Channel Islands became British isles during the Norman conquest, creating a unique Anglo-French history that survives to this day. Today Guernsey is a self-governing ‘Baliwick’, incorporating the smaller Channel Islands of Sark, Alderney and Herm. There are many quirky and charming features on the island, including unique Guernsey stamps and the island’s own currency – legal tender only in the Channel Islands (don’t worry though – British Sterling can also be used!)

Holidays in Guernsey can be spent shopping and exploring in the town centre of St. Peter Port, exploring the lush countryside and coastal cliff walks in the south and west of the island, or lapping up the sunshine on one of the island’s beautiful beaches. Visitors are treated to a wealth of natural features and experiences to invigorate the senses and relax.

Guernsey is a naturally abundant source of fantastic food. Both locals and visitors are treated to many Guernsey specialities, including fresh Channel Island seafood, a wealth of locally-grown fruits & vegetables and Guernsey-brewed ales. The island features a great selection of restaurants, bars and cafes for al tastes, from hearty pub fayre and contemporary dining to beach cafes and award-winning hotel bistros.

A Guernsey break is an ideal antidote to stress; a different world only an hour from the UK mainland.

Warner Hotels

Welcome to the world of Warner Leisure Hotels, exclusively for adults.

They offer inclusive half-board UK short breaks at stunning locations, with a wide range of activities, good food and live entertainment every night. The price of a break includes accommodation, breakfast and 3 course dinner everyday, a variety of leisure activities and nightly live entertainment.

Visit Caerphilly

The county borough of Caerphilly is located in the heart of Southern Wales, just 7 miles north of Wales’ capital city Cardiff. With its distinct history and heritage and abundance of countryside it is the perfect location for a short break. Visitors can enjoy superb walking trails, cycling routes and country parks along with heritage attractions and historical sites. The most famous of which Caerphilly Castle, dominates the town over an impressive 30 acre site making it the second largest Castle in Britain after Windsor.

This year Caerphilly Visitor Guide has undergone some changes to give it a more contemporary and fresh look. There is more emphasis on the fabulous countryside and heritage that we have in the county borough with some stunning photographs that really showcase just what visitors can expect to see when they visit. The guide also features some quirky facts and highlights the humour and culture of the valleys. They also have great food and drink with local producers showcasing locally pressed cider and homemade ice-cream!

Accommodation is varied with something to suit all pockets, from campsites to luxury hotels with cosy B&B’s and charming cottages dotted around the county borough. With such close proximity to Cardiff, the county borough of Caerphilly is an ideal base with the nightlife and shopping of Cardiff just a 15 minute train ride away from Caerphilly town.

Visit York

Visit York and be enriched in one of Europe’s most inspiring cities.

If you are looking for a cultural getaway, romantic short break, relaxing UK holiday or family day out then visit York and be inspired.

Renowned for its exquisite architecture, tangle of quaint cobbled streets and the iconic York Minster, York is fast developing a flourishing, cutting-edge scene. Delve into the city’s vibrant café culture, take time out to enjoy some of the country’s most talented street entertainers or simply watch the world go by while sipping a drink by the river.

A city of contrasts and exciting discoveries, York is a place where the old encompasses the new and the commonplace meets with the unexpected. Broaden your mind with a visit to world class museums or a variety of festivals held throughout the year catering for all ages and interests.