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The nights are drawing in, Halloween has passed and Christmas is just around the corner. November can be a very busy month as everyone begins preparing for the festivities. That makes it the perfect time to escape from the hustle and bustle and relax in the great outdoors.

These are seven incredible places you might want to take your touring caravan this month:

Lake Vrynwy 

Lake Vyrnwy in Powys, Wales is a perfect retreat for any old-school romantics out there. Considered one of the best locations for star gazing in the UK all year round, the site is just a short drive from caravan sites perfect for you to park up your touring caravan. The lake is also a hub for budding bird watchers. RSPB events take place all year round and there’s plenty of spots to admire the local wildlife.

Tenbury Wells 

Tenbury Wells is a quaint and historic market town in the north west of Worcestershire. The area is known for its home-grown cider apples, so delicious locally produced drinks (and food!) are a given. The unspoilt countryside also makes it a great location for cycling and walking through frosted fields this winter.

Stourport-on-Severn 

Not too far away from Tenbury Wells is Stourport-on-Severn. The canal town boasts an abundance of heritage and nature reserves. Just around the corner is Bodenham Arboretum, comprised of over 3000 species of trees and shrubs from all over the world. This winter wonderland draped in frost and snow is definitely worth a visit! The town could be the perfect place to visit after you park up your touring caravan nearby.

Aberdovey

If you’re after somewhere closer to the coast, there are plenty of caravan parks surrounding Aberdovey. Located within Snowdonia National Park, the harbour resort offers walking trails that will give you stunning views of Dovey Valley. However, if you’d rather stay tucked up in the warm, there’s plenty of tea rooms for you to retreat to.

Machynlleth

Back in Mid-Wales lies the popular market town Machynlleth. Known as ‘the town with the clock’, it’s a great central place to stay – The Clywedog Reservoir, Snowdonia National Park and The Vale of Rheidol Railway are all great tourist attractions that are just a stone’s throw away.

Bridgnorth

Once upon a time, Bridgnorth was one of the busiest river ports in Europe. Now a quiet town divided by the river into Low Town and High Town, the location has plenty to offer. The Victorian funicular and archaic donkey steps positioned throughout the town offer just a taste of the history of this ancient settlement. Museums and churches galore, it could be the perfect place for you to visit with your touring caravan.

Love2Stay 

Love2Stay caravan touring site

If you aren’t sure about setting up camp in a more remote location in mid-winter, then Love2Stay caravan touring site in the heart of Shropshire, could be the perfect option for you.

This retreat will open your eyes to a different style of touring caravan holidays. All of the pitches are perfectly placed and the high-end facilities building ensures you will have access to everything you could possibly need during your stay (including superfast Wi-Fi). An on-site natural swimming pool and spa ensure you will be living a life of luxury during your well-needed break. That’s not even taking into consideration the prime location of the park just minutes away from the popular Shropshire town of Shrewsbury.

Are you looking to book a touring caravan mini-break this November? Be sure to give us a call on 01743 282 400 for more information.