Make amazing memories with the people who matter most. We have holiday parks throughout the country, neighbouring spectacular surf beaches, soaring mountains, graceful countryside and silvery lakes - not to mention castles, museums, theme parks and the liveliest seaside towns. Wherever you decide to holiday, the UK has a whole host of attractions and things to do on offer, from couples’ activities to fun for the kids. And whatever the type of holiday you love, whichever part of the country you cherish, you can experience it here with Parkdean Resorts.
Our #BestOfBritain campaign celebrates some of the UK's best local attractions, experiences and things to do in Scotland, Cornwall, Northumberland, Lincolnshire and the Lake District.
Top Sights across the UK
Come for the beaches, stay for the charm, history and awe-inspiring coastal scenery. Cornwall is a treasure trove of holiday delights, from the dazzling, golden sands of Perranporth to surfer's paradise Newquay and the exotic Eden Project. It's the ultimate seaside getaway.
Fringed with secret coves, wave-swept bays and quaint seaside towns, Devon's 2 coastlines will please every type of sunseeker, from the bucket and spade crew to watersports pros. Remarkably, the countryside here is equally special, with 2 national parks and 5 AONBs. It's time to get active!
The ancient mingles with the new in Dorset. Go back in time wandering the Jurassic Coast's fossil-rich shores, live it up in glitzy Sandbanks or appreciate the magic of mother nature at Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door. With history, culture, beaches and watersports too, it entertains everyone!
A morning in the misty, eerily beautiful Norfolk Broads, a sun-baked afternoon on Great Yarmouth's warm, golden sands, evening in Hunstanton watching the sunset paint the cliffs scarlet red... every minute of your holiday in East Anglia & Lincolnshire is a moment to treasure.
Welcome to Britain's Sunshine Coast, a holiday haven that's all about the classics: deck chairs, donkeys, bucket and spades, slots and scrumptious fish and chips. But look beyond Essex's golden shores and you'll find surprises, like heavenly Constable Country and Roman capital Colchester.
Queen Victoria loved the Isle of Wight so much, she built a holiday home here. And where better? The countryside is lush, the views sensational and the sandy beaches feel almost Mediterranean. Throw in some vintage seaside towns and flamboyant festivals and you have the ideal holiday island.
The White Cliffs of Dover are one of Britain's most enduring symbols, and in some ways, they represent everything Kent & Sussex have to offer; spectacular natural beauty, nation-shaping historic sites and a glorious coastline that captures the heart.
As the mists unfurl, the Lake District's fierce mountains are revealed. Looming over glassy lakes, wooded hillsides and golden meadows, they're the crowning glory of England's largest national park. Visit this natural paradise for inspirational scenery and unlimited outdoor adventures.
The sight of Morecambe Bay's rippling sands blazing amber and crimson at sunset, the sounds of wildlife bursting through a little-visited forest, the smell of vinegar-drenched fish and chips on Blackpool prom. Lancashire has sights to wow the senses and thrill the soul.
History, scenery and a golden coastline of empty beaches. It's an irresistible mix and it's what makes a visit to Northumberland & County Durham so essential. Discover world-class castles like Alnwick and Bamburgh, one-of-a-kind Hadrian's Wall and the Farne Island's cute and curious puffins.
Soaring mountains, ancient glens, lochs and storybook castles, Scotland's countryside feels almost other-worldly. And the beaches! Golden, fine and lapped by turquoise seas. It's an unforgettable destination and one that's rich with history, culture and unrivalled outdoor adventures. Go!
A pint-sized country that punches well above its weight when it comes to history, culture, beaches, golf, scenery - you name it! Here you'll find vast swathes of golden sand, graceful seaside resorts, awe-inspiring national parks and a dizzying array of castles. There's no such thing as a one-off visit.
Yorkshire ticks all the holiday must-haves. A characterful coastline of sandy beaches, lively resorts teeming with amusements and (our personal favourite) fluffy, vinegary fish and chips fresh from the harbour. Serve with a side of culture and history and you have the ideal recipe for family fun.
We understand how difficult it can be to organise days out for wheelchair users or those with other impairments or disabilities. Luckily, there are so many accessible days out to enjoy nearby to all of our holiday parks. Nobody should miss out on the fun on holiday, and you'll be spoilt for choice with beaches, museums and even water parks to choose from!
From hand-feeding Highland ponies with the little one to riding stomach-churning roller coasters with your eldest, you'll find attractions to entertain all ages near our holiday parks. Visit world-class museums, explore the grandest castles and push limits with adventure activities. These are the years!
Home life can get stale. So why not escape together on a Great British staycation? Long, romantic walks on Northumberland's secluded beaches, cycling in the glorious Cairngorms, a perfect evening in medieval Norwich, you'll find so many experiences to share and cherish near our parks.
Discover some of our guests’ favourite sights and attractions from across the UK. From rare wildlife spots to family days out, here are just some of the reasons to venture out during your next UK break.
“The holy well at Holywell Bay. You’ve got to wait until the tide is really out to be able to get to it, but it’s definitely worth it!”
“Basking sharks off Land’s End, and lots of them!”
“When staying in Nairn, Scotland, we drove up to Falls of Shin, north of Inverness. It was such a magical experience, seeing wild salmon swimming up through the waterfalls.”
“Sundrum Castle is in Scotland is a magical place to stay You can explore the majestic countryside of where the poet Rabbie Burns was born.”
“The golden sunlight on the West Bay cliffs is beautiful – whilst there we saw a dogfish and witnessed a storm that was absolutely fantastic.”
“A lot of grey seals and dolphins in Cardigan Bay, West Wales. See them from shore or out on a boat trip.”
“Crabbing on Cromer Pier is a great way to spend the day. It’s such fun and really sociable walking round the pier, checking other buckets, discussing bait used.”
“On visiting Tenby in South Wales, I came across a beautiful old castle in a village called Manorbier overlooking a beautiful bay.”