Spring surprises on a Deafblind UK holiday

Snowdrops in the sun

All of our caravans are ready and waiting for you to book from March through until the end of October. Why not escape early for that much needed break before the holiday season really begins and the crowds gather – and enjoy the peace and quiet!

“It’s time away from all the hospital appointments.”

March is that fresh and beautiful time of year when the snowdrops pop up and the trees wake up from the winter and burst into life. Why not blow away the cobwebs and walk along the beach, then tuck into some fish and chips by the sea.

Spending time outside is really good for us and a change of scenery really does help to improve our general well-being and looks after our mental health.

“It’s a chance to recharge the batteries and means I can face everyday life for another few months.”

All our caravans have central heating so when you get back from a day out the caravan will be nice and warm and welcoming to spend the evening in.

Easter will soon be with us and the Haven holiday parks usually run various activities over the Easter Holidays, so there is never a dull moment – and plenty to entertain the children. Plus, the clocks will soon go forward, which means lighter nights. So get out and about and make the most our great British Coast, in Norfolk and Wales you never know what you may discover or what memories you may make.

To book your holiday, call 0800 132320 or email [email protected].

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