Have you considered buying your own Holiday Home. I have two in different locations in the South of England. Both are fully booked this year so am happy with my decision to keep them.
They are great get a-ways for all the family and now with us being able to enjoy the freedoms of holidays again.
I would highly recommend you go visit sites and stay on them before making a purchase, talk to the neighbours and staff before going ahead.
My caravan is available from the beginning of November 22 to go do some investigating at Pevensey Bay this one is at Pevensey Bay Holiday park and I have found it to be a great place to stay, East Sussex is renowned for being the Sunshine coast of the Uk. Worth checking out. Eastbourne and Hastings are two of historical places to visit while staying. If you ever watched Poirot and other popular shows set in the war years.
My other caravan which is an equally interesting part of the Kent is at New Beach Holiday Park which is also available as of the first week in November. Hythe and Folkstone are nearby along with Dover, Romney Marsh. Lots of history and geographical interest. Hythe is a really lovely village with still lots of interesting shops to browse.
I highly recommend you do have a visit before you buy.
New Beach is very popular with young families, I get loads of enquiries for this one right for the beginning of the year. However as the Holiday park has been managing it since I bought it this year they are managing it again. Next year I am going to be doing private bookings. That also depends on how soon start to book for their holidays next year. This applies to both caravans.