Can be just as wonderful - if not more so........
than holidays abroad.
For the princely sum of £404........
the 3 of us - in our tent - had the most fab holiday.....
visiting wonderful places.......
in an amazingly beautiful county.....
in our own wonderful country.
I couldn't work out how this worked. I visited their website and still couldn't work it out.
And of course being August, the main evenings entertainment was watching for shooting stars in the Perseid Showers (4 in total - including 1 really enormous one).
Roll on next years holidays - I love camping.
It sure looks a beautiful place for a holiday and what a bargain too. That must be the ultimate holiday (for you). I'm afraid we have discarded the tent for ensuite accommodation. At home we like staying in cabins often at a camping site. They are self contained and cheaper than hotels. We also intend to see more of our own country.
I rather like those teardrop trailers! I spent the first couple of weeks of the months perseid watching, whenever there was a clear sky!! I saw lots of good ones, it's just a shame about the full moon and the perseid peak coinciding this year!
That coastline is familiar, somewhere in the dusty archives my brain is struggling to remember why/where/when. What excellent value your holiday was. Betty
Looks like loads of fun, the best things in life are free.
This year was hubbys abroad holiday for 6 years (I sneaked one in with my mum!) I agree,Great Britain is Great for holidays, I love this post and I REALLY must try this camping lark!
Melting in 35 deg I can see the benefits of a UK holiday and where else would you find such delicious cakes. I am already craving fish and chips, pasta can be very over rated.
You obviously had a fantastic holiday, and Devon is a beautiful county. But I did hate camping in the rain! After one disastrous year we went for a holiday cottage and never looked back!
And now I'm too old even to get in a tent, let alone get out again!!! ;)
Wow! What a bargain. I admit that our holiday cost rather more than that, but I don't think you can beat holidaying here in the UK. The first time I visited Devon and Cornwall was two years ago (hubby used to go there as a child), and we've been back each year since, I love it. I'm already planning next years holiday, it's quite depressing thinking there's a whole twelve months to wait until we go again.
Beautiful photos. That tear drop trailer looks very odd, never seen one before. Guess that they do work somehow!! Diane
Well you've certainly inspired me with all your great posts:) We have so many lovely places in this country and I have such happy memories of family holidays in Devon and Cornwall. Glad you had good weather and a fantastic time:)
Yay for ther UK! Beautiful recap of your holiday!
I love the photos you put on here. It makes me want to visit England that much more!! And IDK why, fish and chips does sound pretty tasty right now.
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