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Staying on a CS gives you the opportunity to visit the most amazing places in England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales for as little as £10 per night. There are lots of lovely locations up and down the country for you to explore, so to help you decide where to adventure to next, here is our list of the most popular locations our members love to visit.
Take a look at any of the member only sites in each location by selecting 'Certificated Sites' in the search criteria and either clicking an area on the map or typing it into the search bar.
Historic sites and lively cosmopolitan cities are among the attractions that draw thousands each year, not to mention the breath-taking landscapes, hills, valleys and beautiful coastlines.
From cutting edge city culture to the stunning beauty of its rocky coastline, Northumberland has it all. With a landscape that inspires, it will make you want to explore!
The stunning beauty of the Lakes is enough to make anyone want to visit, with rolling hills, and pretty towns and villages you will find lots to see and do. You could even visit the famous world of Beatrix Potter!
Experience glorious Yorkshire and its rugged beauty. Yorkshire provides amazing scenery perfect for walking and sightseeing, definitely worth a visit anytime of the year!
The Peak District is known and loved by all for its breath-taking views. It has everything on offer from valleys and mountains to pretty market towns and visiting famous attractions such as Blue Jon Caverns.
Lincolnshire is a family favourite with its beaches galore, but don’t be fooled; it’s not just about the buckets and spades. Lincolnshire also offers beautiful countryside too; walkers and nature fanatics love this place!
No matter what the time of year, Derbyshire is a fantastic place to visit, it has its glorious Peak District National Park and many picturesque villages in unspoiled countryside.
Have you seen the 21 sights of Norfolk? Norfolk has so many things to see and do, from the Norfolk Broads, sandy beaches, Norwich cathedral and not to mention a castle or two; you’ll never get bored in Norfolk.
Discover Suffolk on a bike - It's a great place if you fancy taking in the sights on two wheels! Not only is it great for cycling it also has great horse-riding routes too. And not forgetting its beaches along the Suffolk Coast; they will provide you with a memorable day out.
Explore its beautiful coastlines, or scenic countryside the choice is yours! Essex is a place of surprising beauty, rich in wildlife, sprinkled with history and full of hidden gems.
London is one of the world’s greatest cities, with many reasons to visit you will find plenty to see and do. Why not catch a ride on the famous London Eye? Or explore a part of London you’ve never seen!
Kent overflows with country parks, beautiful landscapes, and nature reserves. Kent is known as the Garden of England and is also more recently famous for producing award-winning wines and beer.
Beautiful countryside, majestic buildings, picturesque towns, museums, nature reserves, beaches, sailing, walking, cycling...there are so many things to see and do in Sussex.
Rolling hills, valleys & coastline, Wales sports some of the most superb scenery you’ll ever see!
It's perfect for active breaks and it will leave you wanting to visit time and time again.
The Cotswolds is a great place to enjoy local attractions and activities such as walking, visiting farms, pottering around picture perfect towns and villages. Not forgetting its glorious countryside pubs to relax and unwind in.
Dorset has a fantastic playground of beaches and beautiful countryside you’ll want to explore.
Dorset really has some of the best attractions you’ll ever find, loved by families and couples alike.
Be amazed at the sheer diversity of places to visit in Somerset. Somerset boasts family attractions from beaches to castles, abbeys, palaces, museums, houses and gardens.
Devon has everyone’s perfect day out, it offers countryside and coastline! Not to mention great family attractions, art and heritage, boats, trains and trams. Devon has lots of adventures waiting just for you.
Discover Cornwall and its natural beauty! Enjoy fun filled days on its beautiful beaches, the coastal waters are great for fishing, and if you like your food, Cornwall will not disappoint with its fresh local produce.