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Hi everybody!

 

I have a question to someone who lives somewhere in Clacton-on-sea or Kent, or in some picturesque place not too far from London. Can you please advise some place to spend New Year days? I mean some caravan park or smth like that for a couple with a cat.

May be someone has other suggestions? :hail:

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The Essex Sunshine Coast has some beautiful country side, Walton on the Naze, Frinton on Sea or a little further up the Suffolk coast Southwold with a very picturesque small town/ village.

Many of the caravan parks along the coast and inland stay open. Much would depend on what you would like to do.

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Swanage in Dorset is an amazing place to enjoy New Year's eve. Really friendly atmosphere throughout the town.

 

Also there are many caravan facilities in Margate and Ramsgate, Kent. Gives easy access to Broadstairs, a lovely traditional seaside town.

 

http://www.visitbroadstairs.co.uk/pets.html

 

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