Let’s face it – booking a holiday abroad is still risky right now. Following last week’s announcement, many of us would be forgiven for getting excited about this summer. With the promise of beer gardens throwing open their doors come mid-April, and a total lifting of restrictions by 21 June (touch wood), it finally feels like better days are on the horizon.
So, does this mean you can go ahead and book that long-awaited getaway? Well, truthfully, it’s probably a bit too early to tell. Luckily, UK-based staycations in self-catering accommodation have been earmarked for the go-ahead come 12 April, so a welcome break somewhere closer to home offers the perfect compromise.
Whether you’re after slumming it under canvas or something a bit closer to the hotel experience, we’ve rounded up the top 3 campsites all within a stone’s throw of Manchester. All that’s left to do is cross our fingers for some sunshine come mid-April.
- Polly Riggs
- Published on:
- Thu 25 Mar 2021