Lothian Caravan Holidays and Holiday Parks
The good news for us here at CaraHols.co.uk is that the Lothian region is also home to many fantastic caravan holiday parks.
Lothian Holiday Parks
Here are our top 10 caravan holiday parks in Lothian.
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Lothian Caravan Holidays
Here at CaraHols.co.uk we bring you a fantastic range of caravan holiday parks throughout Lothian, from large parks owned by famous brands to small independent parks. We give you all of the key details you need to know about each park, from the facilities and activities the park offers to the different types of accommodation on offer.
Our goal is to make the what is often a confusing process of booking a caravan holiday as simple as possible. We provide you with direct links to check availability, check prices and of course to book a holiday.
For many parks, we all bring you the latest special offers available so not only do we make the process simple, we aim to make sure you get the best value holiday.
Lothian lies between the southern shoreline of the Firth of Forth and the Lammermuir Hills. It is a region of contrasts from the rugged coastline to the rolling countryside and from the metropolis of Edinburgh to small communities, Lothian is one of those destinations that has lots to offer no matter what were your interests lie.
As with so much of the Scottish Lowlands the region has a long history of war with Lothian passing between been part of England and Scotland throughout its history. Of course, nowadays Lothian is very much part of Scotland and is in fact the home to everything from Scottish Parliament to the National Museum and Gallery.
Edinburgh is of course the leading destination for holidaymakers to the region and with good reason. Despite plenty of modernisation in recent years the city has held onto its historic past and has managed to blend the 2 seamlessly.
As the capital of Scotland and a major holiday destination for tourists from around the world it is no surprise that Edinburgh offers some fantastic attractions including the Royal Yacht Britannia, the Palace of Hollyroodhouse, the Royal Botanic Gardens and the iconic Edinburgh Castle all majors draws.
For many it is simply wondering the cobbled streets of the city’s Old Town and the Royal Mile that is a must do whilst the shopping on offer throughout the city but especially on Princess Street is amongst the best in the UK.
Aside from the capital there are also several other significant towns including Livingston, Linlithgrow, Queensferry, Dalkeith, Musselburgh, North Berwick, Dunbar and Haddington.
For many visitors, it is the rural parts of Lothian that attracts them to the region. With little between the English side of the border and the urban areas to the north of the region, Lothian is a major draw for those who like to explore the great outdoors whilst on holiday.
Perfect for tracking through the Scottish Lowlands or even hiking up almost mountainous hill ranges such as the Pentland Hills if you visit this part of Scotland make sure you pack your wet weather walking gear and take in some of the most idyllic countryside on offer in the UK.
If the Northern part of Lothian offers all of the attractions and facilities you would expect from major urban area and the South offers a fantastic rural contrast, the Eastern parts of the region is all about the wonderful coastline this part of Scotland has to offer.
The history of the region can be found all along the coast but it is the beautiful beaches, from the rugged rocky cliffs to the sandy beaches and of course the amazing wildlife that can be found up and down the coastline.
Boats trips from North Berwick offer the opportunity to view the many seabirds that call the many islands of the Firth of Forth home with Bass Rock, Fidra, Craigleith or the Lamb all viewable.
Over 150,000 gannets call these islands home whilst in the Autumn over 30,000 pink-footed geese migrate to the region.
Other wildlife that can be found along the coastline include brown hares, roe deer, shore crabs and the ever-popular grey seals.
The good news from our point of view is that Lothian is also home to many fantastic caravan holiday parks. Whilst it is fair to say that the region doesn’t have the largest holiday parks or many all action parks it does offer lots high quality parks that are often smaller in nature.
That means the parks are often thought of as friendlier and higher in quality. Many of the parks offer a great choice of accommodation and with the smaller nature of the parks they can often offers a higher standard of accommodation for very reasonable prices.
Many of the parks in Lothian all perfect form using as a base to explore all that the region must offer. After days shopping and taking in the culture of Edinburgh or a day out exploring the countryside or coastline, you often just want somewhere relaxing to come back to and unwind. That is just where many of the parks in Lothian excel.
Many of the biggest operators and most famous brands in the industry offer caravan holiday parks in Lothian and no matter if they are big, small, well known or unheard of, if the holiday parks is a quality one we feature it here at CaraHols.co.uk.
We bring you all of the details you need to make an informed decision on which caravan holiday park is the right one for you and your holiday party including accommodation options, on site facilities and attractions as well as details on how to book a holiday.
We give you a direct link to the holiday park on the operator’s website so that you can instantly check availability, special offers and the price for the dates you require.