Who do you go caravanning with?
So far just the two of us. We are looking forward to being able to go away on trips with friends and family when possible.
Where did you go on your holidays for the first time in your Discovery last year? What did you do?
We had a long trip to The Ranch Holiday Park in Ayrshire, where Euan is from, to see his family. Then came back via Liverpool to see Louise’s, staying at Fluker’s Brook Farm Caravan and Motorhome Club Site. We live in Essex, away from our families, so we see it was a great way to take a home base with us when we go visiting.
For our honeymoon we spent fourteen nights, across four sites in the Highlands that would allow us to drive the North Coast 500. The locations were all beautiful and we got to explore so much of Scotland that we hadn’t seen before. The Discovery was a fantastic base for our adventures on the lovely autumn days and kept us warm and dry on the wet and stormy ones!
There were so many activities but doing archery at Rothiemurchus in the Cairngorms, visiting Dunrobin Castle and seeing the birds of prey display, and driving the Bealach na Bà in the fog were just a few of the highlights!
To cover the East Coast, we stayed at Loch Ness Shores C&CCS, we had a stunning view of the Loch Ness out of the Discovery’s giant front window. For the North Coast we stayed at Dunnet Bay Caravan and Motorhome Club Site, which is a lovely spot right on the beach. To do the West Coast we stayed at Ardmair Point Caravan & Camping Park, which was by far the most scenic site. Our final three nights were spent sheltering from a storm in the shadow of Ben Nevis at Glen Nevis Caravan & Camping Park. The Discovery really stood up to the dramatic weather and was the perfect size to tow around some of the smaller roads.