Hoburne Holiday Parks

7 Award Winning Holiday Parks In The South & South-West

Hoburne Holiday Parks have seven top quality Holiday Parks to choose from across the South & South West of England. All of them have received either 4 or 5 star awards from the National Tourist Board for England.

The parks are at Bashley (New Forest), Blue Anchor (West Somerset Coast near Exmoor), Cotswold (near Cotswold Water Park), Devon Bay (South Devon), Doublebois (South East Cornwall), Hoburne Park (Christchurch) and Hoburne Naish (on the Hampshire coast near New Milton).

Blue Anchor Holiday Park, Somerset.

Blue Anchor is located on the water’s edge close to Exmoor & Dunster. Click Here For More Details

Although a much smaller operator than some other camping businesses, Hoburne Holiday Parks more than makes up for it when it comes to quality. Having celebrated it’s 100th birthday in 2012, it is still a family run business. Their holiday philosophy is to offer the freedom to do your own thing in some of the most beautiful parts of the country, but with lots to do or join in with if you feel like it, plus great value for money. The facilities at each site will be a match for anything found elsewhere at similar sites.

Hoburne Holiday Parks - Cotswold

Hoburne Cotswold is located next to the Cotswold Water Park, near Cirencester. It also has a great swimming complex. Click Here For More Details

There are a range of accommodation options including static caravan hire, holiday lodges, touring pitches, camping holidays, holiday chalets and camping pods. There’s also an option to buy your own holiday home.

These holiday parks afford a great opportunity to enjoy some of the best countryside in the South & South-West, including areas such as the New Forest, the Cotswolds, South East Cornwall and the Somerset coastline, close to Exmoor. Tourers and campers are welcome if you prefer that to on-site accommodation and you are allowed to share in all the amenities and facilities at your chosen holiday park.



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