Camping and caravan holidays have seen a resurgence in popularity over the last year amid ongoing uncertainty regarding overseas travel. With many Britons hoping to avoid testing costs and quarantine, Blighty-based summer holidays have become rapidly more appealing.
For those heading to the area, the experts recommend visiting Buttertubs Pass – a high road through the Yorkshire Dales boasting stunning views.
Following closely behind with respective scores of nine out of 10 are The Holy Island of Lindisfarne, in Northumberland, Killin in Stirling and Pontfaen in Fishguard.
The Holy Island of Lindisfarne has a population of just 180 and is only accessible by boat or via a causeway which disappears as the tide rolls in.
Pontfaen in Fishguard, Wales, is a small rural village with a population of approximately 311 people.
It is around five miles from its nearest town, Fishguard.
In fifth place for its “off-grid” qualities is Kettlewell, Skipton, in North Yorkshire.
This is followed by Eardisland in Herefordshire, Crail in Fife, Scotland, Downham in Lancashire, Llanarmon Dyffryn Ceiriog in Llangollen, Wales, and Horninghold in Leicestershire.
Below are the top 10 “best off-grid staycation spots in the UK”:
1. Muker, North Yorkshire – Off-grid rating: 10/10
2. The Holy Island of Lindisfarne, Northumberland – Off-grid rating: 9/10
3. Killin, Stirling – Off-grid rating: 9/10
4. Pontfaen, Fishguard – Off-grid rating: 9/10
5. Kettlewell, Skipton – Off-grid rating: 8/10
6. Eardisland, Herefordshire – Off-grid rating: 8/10
7. Crail, Fife – Off-grid rating: 7/10
8. Downham, Lancashire – Off-grid rating: 7/10
9. Llanarmon Dyffryn Ceiriog, Llangollen – Off-grid rating: 7/10
10. Horninghold, Leicestershire – Off-grid rating: 7/10