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Addlethorpe Golf & Country Club is one of the latest editions to our Autograph specialist collections, a superb collection of luxury lodges nestled along the fairway of this picturesque golf course.
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Escape to the countryside in Lincolnshire where the natural beauty of the surrounding area, stunning new accommodation plus a 9-hole golf course, driving range, new adventure playground, outdoor splash zone and restaurant come together at for a perfect location to relax and reconnect with friends and family.
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Barlings Country Park is set within 22 acres of trees, in the quiet village of Langworth.
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Set within 235 acres of beautiful lakes and parkland, Billing Aquadrome is a totally unique destination that’s perfect for families and couples alike.
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Neatly nestled around a vast glistening lake in this picturesque corner of the Warwickshire-Leicestershire border, Bosworth Lakeside Lodges is a first-class family holiday destination for those seeking exhilaration, adventure, culture and history.
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Caistor Lakes Leisure Park is situated within 7 acres of rural countryside and is nestled in the heart of the Lincolnshire Wolds.
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Camper UK Leisure Park is nestled in the countryside of Lincolnshire, while conveniently only 10 miles away from the historic City of Lincoln.
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Cleethorpes Pearl Holiday Park is everything a vacation by the sea should be in the UK.
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Coastfields Holiday Village has so much to see and do on park.
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Backed by the dunes of Chapel St Leonard’s long sandy beach, this superbly located park creates an oasis of calm for a peaceful family getaway in bustling Skegness.
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Just minutes from Chapel St Leonard’s sandy beach, this fun-packed park unites its superb setting with a fantastic array of facilities that truly offers something for everyone.
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Goosedale Lodges are new to the Hoseasons portfolio. With and instant wow factor it is the perfect holiday retreat.
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Grange Leisure Park is ideally located close to the golden sandy beaches and traditional seaside resorts of Mablethorpe and Sutton-on-Sea.
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Hanworth Country Park is a beautiful park comprising of brand new holiday homes and lodges some with outdoor hot tubs with wonderful views over the adjoining countryside, the park is located just a short drive into the beautiful city of Lincoln.
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Haywood Oaks Golf and Country Club is part of our exclusive Bouja Luxury Boutique Breaks Collection.
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east-midlands Park & Visitor Guide

Welcome to the East Midlands, a treasure trove of experiences waiting to be discovered by your family! Nestled between the vibrancy of Yorkshire and the cultural delights of the South East, this region offers something for every adventurer, big and small.

Holiday Parks - everything you need without the hassle

The East Midlands offers an unbeatable setting for family holiday parks. With its blend of lush countryside, historic towns, and modern attractions, it's a place where every family member, from toddlers to grandparents, can find something to love.

Visit attractions such as Adventure Valley, a theme park with scores of attractions suitable for all ages, promising an exciting addition for tourists. The region is also home to unique festivals such as the Nottingham Goose Fair, an event with a history spanning over 700 years, offering thrilling rides and games.

Many holiday parks in the area boast TripAdvisor scores of 4 and up, reflecting their quality and family-friendly amenities. Natural beauty? Check. Lots to see and do? Check!

Pools, shops and everything on site

A holiday park break in the East Midlands means having everything at your fingertips. Unlike hotels, holiday parks offer spacious accommodations with the convenience of self-catering, allowing families to save money by going self-catering or half-board.

The joy of loading your car with all your essentials and knowing everything else is on-site is a big relief if you've got younger children. Indoor and outdoor pools will keep the children happy even if the British weather does it's thing. And there are on-site shops and entertainment options for all ages, holiday parks provide a hassle-free, cost-effective holiday solution.

Stuff Your Kids Will Love

The East Midlands has plenty to offer families looking for some memorable days out. Conkers (DE12 6GA) and Twinlakes Park (LE13 1SQ) offer brilliant outdoor and indoor activities for the more adventurous spirits.

Holiday parks in this region are designed with families in mind, offering activities and spaces that allow children to explore, play, and learn.

Taking your Pet?

Many holiday parks warmly welcome pets, ensuring your dog(s) don't have to miss out. For dining out, The Dog and Duck (LE15 8SD) and The Plough Inn (NG13 8LA) are just a couple of the pet-friendly pubs that offer great food in a welcoming atmosphere for both you and your pets.

Look for parks with enclosed gardens to give your dogs the freedom to explore safely.

Family Days Out

Activity Age Range Price Guide (£) Postcode
Adventure Valley All ages 15-30 DE12 6GA
Conkers All ages 8-15 DE12 6GA
Twinlakes Park All ages 10-20 LE13 1SQ
Nottingham Goose Fair All ages Free-£ NG2 3JJ
Derby Arboretum All ages Free DE23 8FZ
Highfields Park All ages Free NG7 2RD
Matlock Farm Park All ages 5-10 DE4 5LH
Sherwood Forest All ages Free NG21 9HN
The Heights of Abraham All ages 17-23 DE4 3NT
National Space Centre All ages 14-20 LE4 5NS

This list includes a mix of thrilling adventures, serene nature experiences, and educational visits. We've included some free ones and you'll find lots more on your arrival, with your welcome pack. The East Midlands offers plenty of family days out that cater to all interests and budgets.

Popular Places in East of England 2024

Lincolnshire

Lincolnshire

Lincolnshire boasts miles of beautiful coastline, historic landmarks, and a good selection of holiday parks. While you're there, Fantasy Island in Skegness (PE25 1RH) is a must-visit for thrilling rides and attractions. Lincolnshire Wildlife Park (PE22 8PP) offers close encounters with exotic birds and wildlife. Popular holiday parks include Tattershall Lakes Country Park (LN4 4LR), perfect for water sports enthusiasts. The annual Lincoln Christmas Market is a highlight, attracting visitors from all over.

Northamptonshire

Northamptonshire

Known as the "Rose of the Shires" offers a blend of adventure and history. The Silverstone Circuit (NN12 8TN) provides adrenaline-pumping experiences with its driving experiences. Wicksteed Park (NN15 6NJ) combines historic attractions with modern rides. Billing Aquadrome (NN3 9DA) is a popular holiday park, offering a variety of family-friendly activities. If you get the chance, The annual Balloon Festival at Northampton is a sight to behold!

Leicestershire

Leicestershire

Leicestershire is a hub of innovation and natural beauty. The National Space Centre (LE4 5NS) in Leicester is a star attraction, offering interactive exhibits and a planetarium. Explore the great outdoors at Bradgate Park (LE6 0HE), known for its deer population and the ruins of Lady Jane Grey's house. Taste one of the famous Melton Mowbray pork pies - a must-try local treat! Families will love Conkers (DE12 6GA), an award-winning attraction with outdoor and indoor fun for all ages.

Nottinghamshire

Nottinghamshire

Steeped in legend and famous as the home of Robin Hood. Sherwood Forest (NG21 9HN) is the perfect place for families to explore the great outdoors and discover the tales of the legendary outlaw. White Post Farm (NG22 8HL) offers a hands-on farm experience. Nottingham, the county city, is packed with family-friendly attractions like the City of Caves (NG1 7LS). Don't leave without trying Nottinghamshire's traditional Bramley apple pie! Sherwood Pines Forest Park (NG21 9JL) offers something a bit different with camping and outdoor adventures.

Bakewell

Bakewell

Bakewell, nestled in the heart of the Peak District, is famous for its picturesque landscapes and the original Bakewell Tart. Yum! Chatsworth House (DE45 1PP) offers a unique glimpse into the past with its stunning architecture and gardens. While not a county, Bakewell serves as a prime example of the East Midlands' charm, with holiday parks like Rivendale Caravan Park (DE6 1QU) offering a serene escape. The annual Bakewell Show brings community and visitors together for a celebration of local culture and agriculture.

Visitors Ask:

This is our first holiday park break, what should we expect?

You're in for a mix of of adventure and relaxation. Holiday parks in East Midlands offer a variety of facilities like indoor pools, play areas, and entertainment programs. It's a great way to spend quality family time in a scenic setting. Think of it as a mini-resort experience with a homely vibe.

What should I pack?

For families with kids or a baby, pack essentials like swim gear for the pool, comfy walking shoes for exploring, and layers for unpredictable weather. Don't forget sun protection, a first-aid kit, and any baby necessities like nappies, milk and all the other million things parents have to pack!

Where do you park?

Most parks in East Midlands have onsite parking close to accommodations, making it easy to unload your car. Butlins Skegness, for example, offers ample parking space. Always check with your specific park ahead of time for any parking fees or restrictions.

Do we need to pack food?

It's handy to bring some essentials, especially for fussy eaters or specific dietary requirements. However, many parks, like Center Parcs Sherwood Forest, have onsite shops and restaurants. Bringing snacks and breakfast items can save time and money, leaving more for fun activities! Getting a good supermarket shop in can save money though.

What if it rains?

East Midlands holiday parks have plenty to do even when the weather doesn't want to play nice. Indoor pools, arcades, and entertainment centres like The Dome at Sherwood Forest mean the fun doesn't have to stop. Pack a few rainy-day activities, but rest assured, there's plenty to do under cover.

Is East Midlands a good place to visit ‘off-season’?

Yes. Off-season visits mean fewer crowds and often cheaper rates. The scenic beauty of East Midlands, from Sherwood Forest to the Peak District, is year-round. Plus, holiday parks often host special events and activities outside peak times, making it a unique experience.

What is included in the price?

Typically, your accommodation and access to park facilities like playgrounds and swimming pools are included. Extra activities, dining, and some amenities might cost more. White Post Farm offers inclusive petting zoo entry in their package, a hit with the kids. Always check what’s included to budget accordingly.

Are pets allowed?

Many holiday parks in East Midlands are pet-friendly, understanding that pets are part of the family. Riverdale Park in Belper welcomes furry friends. There might be additional charges, and it's always a good idea to confirm the park's pet policy before booking.

Any tips for saving money during our stay?

Book activities and meals in advance where possible, as early bird offers can lead to savings. Also, consider visiting local attractions outside the park; East Midlands is home to affordable gems like Matlock Farm Park. Bringing your own bikes or sports equipment can also cut down on rental fees.

What’s the best way to explore the local area?

Renting bikes is a fantastic way to see the sights. Many parks offer bike hire, making it easy to explore nearby attractions. For a unique adventure, check out Go Ape in Sherwood Pines for forest segway tours. Local visitor centres can also recommend great family-friendly hikes and walks.

How accessible are holiday parks for those with mobility issues?

Holiday parks have made great strides in accessibility. Facilities like Center Parcs Sherwood Forest offer adapted lodges and wheelchair-friendly paths. Always communicate your needs when booking, as most parks are eager to accommodate and ensure everyone has a memorable stay.