Going the (social) distance in your caravan or motorhome post lockdown

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  1. Judith Price says:

    Mull? It being 425 miles (one way) we had planned a holiday there in June (minus the caravan) but there are essential only ferries running at present, and the ferry company refunding any purchased tickets for as long away as October……though timetables to be reviewed July 1st..

  2. Jeff Wilson says:

    Good article but a trip to Oban for me is 554 miles. The Lake District and Pembrokeshire also a long way from Kent.

    • Liz @ Caravan Guard says:

      Thanks Jeff. Nick just picked a few of his favourites. Would love to hear any of your favourites or where you would choose to go that’s close to Kent.

  3. Robert Edwards says:

    I would take issue with visiting Cwm-yr-Eglwys as the access roads are particularly narrow. I would hesitate to drive a car down there and most certainly not a motorhome.

  4. Norman Chandler says:

    Interesting, if you live in the northern part of uk. Even Wells is over 100 miles away. Hardly local.

  5. Kenny Ross says:

    Good article but all islands in Scotland likely to be last out of lockdown


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