I have an incurably itchy foot and am always on the look out for family getaways that don’t cost much money.
It has been predicted that this year a record number of Britons will be staying within the British Isles as the weather forecast is good and the sterling has plummeted against the Euro.
Campsites are probably the cheapest option for family holidays. Tent camping is definitely the cheapest option: Check some great ideas here And some great tips hereAnd although camping can be a delightful experience for all the family, it isn’t for everyone. Most of us have vivid memories of camping holidays that are memorable for all the wrong reasons. The weather in the UK is often a big factor. So if the thought of lugging all your camping equipment plus the kids, and setting up seems like really hard work, you are not alone. Camping across the world has become not only more comfortable but much more fashionable as well these days. It is now possible to camp without bringing your own equipment in totally weatherproof dwellings in the most scenic locations on camping grounds with all kinds of facilities.Check out the wigwams and read this account for more info.And if you fancy a little more luxury on holiday while still tuning in to nature, there are other alternatives which aren’t necessarily really cheap but do spell good value for a family holiday. The glamping ideas have also made camping possible all year round. “Glamping,” for example, is a fast growing eco-friendly way of holidaying. Read this.So whatever you decide to do this summer, enjoy yourselves whatever the weather and hold on to your sense of humour!