We operate 2 holiday parks in the South East of England. Each one is just a short drive from London but they are nestled amongst some of the most stunning English scenery you can imagine.
The South East is famed for its history and counties like Berkshire, Suffolk, Oxfordshire and Cambridgeshire boast history that stretches back over 2000 years. Our holiday parks are located in Berkshire and Suffolk and they have access to a variety of amazing attractions for families and groups of friends to enjoy.
If you decide to stay at Cherry Bird Country Park in Berkshire you’ll find your holiday home surrounded by the stunning North Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). On top of that you’ll be right next to the picturesque market town of Newbury, its racecourse and the Kennet and Avon canal.
Aspen Country park is our Suffolk based holiday park and sits just outside the beautiful Bury St Edmunds and is a short drive away from the Suffolk Coast and Heath Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Two AONB in one region, that’s how you know you’re in an amazing location.
For those looking for a quick getaway with no strings attached we also have many homes to rent in our South East holiday parks. If you’re looking for a hassle free week away with the family or a fortnight adventuring with friends we can accommodate all group sizes and ages in our South East Parks.
You’re never far away from an amazing day out when you stay at either of our South East holiday parks. Both have historic market towns right on their doorsteps and with a little traveling you can reach Oxford and Cambridgeshire easily. There’s also a wealth of small hamlets to visit, country walks to go on and coastline to explore (in Suffolk). With so much to see and do you can understand why the South East is such a popular holiday hotspot.
You can enjoy the wonders of the South East whenever you want when you purchase your own South East holiday home. Become a member of our vibrant holiday community and relax in your home away from home whenever you want. Find out more about our South East parks on this page.