There are so many reasons why a staycation is a great idea, so why not make it a permanent fixture with your very own holiday home?

With locations dotted all over the UK, buying a static caravan in the perfect location is definitely something to consider – but where is the ideal location?

To help you figure out which place is best, we’ve compiled a list of a handful of the locations worth looking into, depending on what activities and adventures you like to take part in whilst holidaying in your home-from-home location.

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If crystal waters, sandy beaches and surfable waves are what you’re looking for, then consider adding Cornwall to your staycation list.

With the Atlantic swirl rippling towards the Cornish beaches, Cornwall is the ideal location for anyone who loves to take part in water sports. However, if water activities are not your thing, there’s plenty more to explore within the Cornish lands –  The Eden Project, coastal walks, Cornish afternoon tea, Cornish pasties, iconic TV set locations and so much more.

Isle of Wight

How about hopping on a ferry and enjoying a staycation within the Isle of Wight?

It’s home to idyllic beaches, The Wight Proms, The Needles, coastal walking paths, water sports such as sailing and so much more. There’s fun to be had for all ages, making it the perfect place to holiday as a couple, a family or with a group of friends.

The Isle of Wight is also well-known for hosting the Isle of Wight festival, so if you’re a big music lover, this could be the perfect place to own a holiday home!


How about embracing the natural beauty of the rolling hills and surrounding areas of the Scottish countryside?

Whether you’re up for an adventure around the local lochs, within the woodlands, or simply seeing where the endless path takes you, there’s something for everyone at holiday parks in the Scottish border.

So, whether you’ve always wanted to explore the Scottish hills, sample the local delicacies such as haggis and deep-fried mars bar, or just fancy escaping the mundane 9-5 with a trip to somewhere rural – Scotland is worth adding to your potential locations.


What about embracing the lands of the Welsh dragon?

Home to Snowdonia and rolling hills, as well as lush beaches that await you, the stunning scenery can be explored or viewed from a distance – it won’t be hard to switch off and relax.

Whether you’re an adventurer at heart or more of someone who likes to sit back and let others go off and explore, there’s something for everyone within the Welsh lands.

And if you fancy a day trip or two, there are many iconic TV locations to explore, including Barry Island, home to many set locations of Gavin and Stacy, or Gwrych Castle – home to the UK set of I’m A Celebrity!

Could you see yourself holidaying on a regular basis in any of the locations mentioned? Or do you have somewhere else in mind within the UK?