Caravan holidays have moved on a lot in recent years. No longer associated with rundown holiday parks with no mod cons, today's caravan has everything you could wish for and offer something for everyone, from out and out luxury to quirky retro style. And new rooftop trailer park in Bristol has helped place them firmly on every glamper's radar this summer.
Brooks Guesthouse's Rooftop Rockets are fun, luxurious and totally unique. The Airstream caravans on the Bristol guesthouse's rooftop boast all the features you want from a caravan stay - the cosy feel, eco credentials and amazing views. But with its flat screen TVs and iPod docks, it's perfect for campers looking for luxury too.
For those in search of something closer to nature, Mad Dogs & Vintage offers four unusual caravans in the beautiful Wye Vallley, including Monty, a Brockhouse military wagon that dates back to the Second World War when it was built to withstand a bomb. It's decorated in upcycled materials and offers a rustic log cabin feel.
Other wonderfully quirky stays around Britain include a colourful gypsy wagon in Suffolk and a one-of-a-kind truck conversion kitted out with all the home comforts in the Highlands.
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