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Caravans are the new honeymoon hot-spot for young couples seeking wedding night bliss on a budget, according to one ofBritain’s largest holiday park groups.

Park Holidays UK says that caravan holidays are now a popular choice for newly-weds who want space, comfort and privacy without the crippling cost of a luxury hotel.

Many of the group’s 25 parks, reports director Tony Clish, confirm a steady rise in the number of couples checking-in straight from their wedding reception.

And the comments section of company’s website (www.ParkHolidaysUK.com) now regularly features “thank-you” messages from caravan-loving honeymooners.

“We think that spring could see more couples than ever making a romantic start to their married lives on our holiday parks,” said Tony.

“Many people are now looking to cut the traditional high cost of a wedding, and staying in a caravan is an excellent way to save the pennies for more practical needs.

“But as our young lovers find, there are also some great benefits – such as a much more intimate environment than a busy hotel, and no danger of disturbing people in adjoining rooms.

“There’s also more space than even a large hotel suite, and of course you don’t have to hang a “do not disturb” sign outside the door, or suffer the smirks of other guests at breakfast,” added Tony.

Park Holidays UK, with seaside locations in Devon, Dorset, and southern and easternEngland, is now set to target couples planning spring weddings next year.

Its “Under a Hundred for Honeymoon Heaven” message will underline the availability of three and four day short breaks from just £69.00.

“The cost includes up to six people,” said Tony Clish. “So the couple will be very welcome to bring along any relatives or friends, if they find that conceivable,” he added.

Details of 2012 honeymoons and holidays are now available at www.ParkHolidaysUK.com


More press information from Tony Clish on 01424 751185

or PR consultant Jon Boston on 01768 895225 (jon@jjbpr.co.uk)

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