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Caravanners and Campers prefer top facilities a recent survey suggests.
CARAVAN & CAMPING SURVEY REVEALS THAT GOOD QUALITY FACILITIES ARE TOP OF TOURERS WISH LIST WHEN CHOOSING A SITE.
An extensive survey conducted by www.Premier-Camping.com the exclusive on-line guide to luxury and adults only caravan and camping parks, highlighted that visitors would rather choose clean, modern facilities over on-site entertainment when selecting their touring site.
Over 500 carefully selected caravan and camping parks were asked to complete the on-line survey. The collated results revealed that clean, modern facilities are the number one choice with visitors when choosing their preferred touring park, followed by a peaceful site location. Close behind is the parks good reputation, although on-site facilities such as a clubhouse come towards the end of most visitors wish lists.
Fortunately, www.premier-camping.com is an exclusive on-line guide to UK and French parks offering its visitors access to sites that match such choices: Comfortable, select and luxury parks – all offering good quality facilities and beautiful locations. The guide also lists adults only parks – another rapidly growing sector.
Visitors to www.premier-camping.com can browse through many carefully selected parks situated throughout the UK and France, with direct website links for easy booking.
Park owners can take advantage of the exclusive guide by advertising for a small annual fee of just £49.95. And all new advertisers are offered a one month free trial advertisement.
For more information visit www.premier-camping.com.
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