C&CC sees 26 per cent increase in advance online bookings


Bob Hill, Sites Director at the Club expects the numbers of caravanners to increase over the upcoming season

The Camping and Caravanning Club has announced a 26% increase in the number of advanced bookings made via the Club’s website compared to last year.

With the Easter Bank Holiday just around the corner, and the long-awaited spring weather starting to show, the Camping and Caravanning Club has been reaping the rewards of quick, easy and accessible booking system.

The Camping and Caravanning Club aims to prove that camping and caravanning is the best way to explore the beautiful countryside, with 110 award-winning Club Sites, 16 Camping in the Forest Sites and over 1,600 small and exclusive Certificated Sites supporting them.

As well as the Club’s website, another handy way of finding caravan and camping sites, is to use the search tool provided on the Club’s SiteSeeker app, which is available on both Android and iOS.

Bob Hill, Sites Director at the Club, is looking forward to the new camping season and said:

“Our booking figures tell us that camping and caravanning continues to be a popular pastime and we only expect to see numbers rising over the upcoming camping season.

“Compared with 2013 prices, base adult prices will be lower at 38 Club Sites in high season and 56 Club Sites in low season, even after inflation.

“Base family rates will also be lower at 18 Club Sites in high season and more than 30 in mid-season.”

“We hope this will encourage more people to join the Club, enjoy our sites and their nearby attractions – which will only help to boost local economies.”