Toast the King’s coronation this bank holiday weekend with The Caravan and Motorhome Club


(20 April 2023) With the coronation of King Charles III coming up, and an extra bank holiday weekend, tourers can explore royal sites and regale in history at a number of Caravan and Motorhome Club campsites this May, with prices starting from as little as £24.10 per night, per person.

Many people will take to the streets to celebrate the Coronation of King Charles III and Queen Camilla on Saturday 6 May, with a procession from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Abbey. Tourers can either take part in the festivities or step away from the action and instead dive deep into royal history by exploring picturesque royal castles and historical towns while staying at a number of Club campsites across the UK.

What’s more, on all directly managed Club campsites, there will be a toast to the King to celebrate the day.

Abbey Wood Club Campsite, London

Abbey Wood Club Campsite is a rural paradise located only 20 minutes from the centre of London on the Elizabeth Line. The campsite is ideal for visitors who seek to experience the coronation festivities in the capital and to watch the Kings Procession from Buckingham Palace. From Abbey Wood, there are also regular river cruises, which operate between Greenwich and Westminster, taking tourers to King Charles’s coronation close-up at Westminster Abbey in no time.

After a weekend filled with festivities, tourers can then return to a relaxing stay in the green oasis of the Club Campsite. This campsite is ideal for a special city trip getaway during the bank holiday. Prices start from £26.60^ per night based on one adult and a standard pitch.

Daleacres Club Campsite, Hythe

Set in a pocket of grassy Kentish countryside close to the sandy beaches of Hythe, the Daleacres Club Campsite offers a bank holiday getaway popular for those tourers who enjoy getting out in the great outdoors for walks and exploring charming seaside towns. For fans of medieval history, tourers can also visit Dover Castle, built in the 1180s by King Henry II. Prices start from £24.80^ per night based on one adult and one pitch.

Crystal Palace Campsite, London 

Crystal Palace Campsite is ideally placed for visitors keen to visit London and all of its attractions during the King’s coronation. Situated less than an hour from the Royal festivities, tourers can enjoy the thrill of the weekend by hopping on a bus into the capital. Or for those who want to stay closer to the campsite, Crystal Palace Park is steeped in royal history. Initially opened in 1854 by Queen Victoria, the iconic palace burnt down in 1936 but its ruins are still on display and the park continues to be an important historical location. Prices start from £32.60^ per night based on one adult and a standard pitch. 

Grantown-on-Spey Caravan Park, Grantown-on-Spey

Located in the heart of the Scottish Highlands, within the magical Cairngorm National Park, Grantown-on-Spey Caravan Park is the ideal place to visit a number of royal locations. This campsite is an hour’s drive from the Scottish home of the royal family, Balmoral Castle, which was purchased for Queen Victoria by Prince Albert in 1852. For tourers who wish to regale themselves in the royal history, while also enjoying a tranquil escape in the Highlands, this site is perfect. Lovers of television series, The Crown can also easily visit Ardverikie Estate – filmed as Balmoral Castle in the programme. Prices start from £24.10^ per night based on one adult and a standard pitch.

Edinburgh Club Campsite, Edinburgh

What’s a better way to explore Edinburgh’s royal history than to stay at Edinburgh Club Campsite, situated on the Firth of Forth? The campsite is in easy reach of the Royal Mile, home to the Palace of Holyrood House – the royal family’s official Scottish residence. Tourers can also visit Edinburgh Castle, which clings dramatically to a huge rock face and is home to the Scottish Crown Jewels. Prices start from £30.00^ per night based on one adult and a standard pitch.

Stonehaven Queen Elizabeth Park Club Campsite, Aberdeenshire

Stonehaven Queen Elizabeth Park Club Campsite has an enviable seaside location at Stonehaven Bay situated just outside of Aberdeen perfect for beach side camping or pitching. Tourers can enjoy a scenic beach walk to Dunnottar Castle, only two miles away. The majestic medieval fortress is located upon a rocky headland and has played host to some of the nation’s historical figures including William Wallace and Mary Queen of Scots. Prices start from £28.30^ per night based on one adult and a standard pitch.

The Caravan and Motorhome Club offers its members a range of benefits, including savings of £15 per night, which means members have an extra £15 a day to spend on any number of great offers and savings that the Club provides.  These offers cover a wide range of interests and activities including eating out, magazines, like-minded membership organisations, cars, ferry crossings, supermarket savings, bikes, outdoor clothing, accessories, car hire, glamping and great days out - with discounts at up to 1000 local and national attractions - to name but a few of the incredible offers available to members.  Plus, children under five-years-old and dogs go free and awnings are not charged.

For further information about becoming a member of the Caravan and Motorhome Club or to book, please visit  or call 01342 318 813.


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