Posted by Linda Davidson
National Tourist Board for Britain, VisitBritain, has urged caravan rooflights owners to take in some of the romantic hotspots Britain has to offer on their next caravan holiday.
The organisation has suggested a trip to Scotland as a perfect place to start, with St Andrew's offering a very romantic setting.
Cobbled streets, ivy clad walls, cosy pubs and stunning beaches are just four features of the town, best known for its university and golf course, which make it the perfect place to spend time with a loved one.
The tourism board also recommended a visit to Bodysgallen Hall, in north Wales, to take in the breathtaking views over the Snowdonia mountain range, which VisitBritain describes as one of the most romantic places in Wales.
For those looking for a romantic getaway in England, Burgh Island has been described as a way to really get away from it all, separated as it is from south Devon by a tidal causeway.
VisitBritain has predicted that the marriage of Prince William and Kate Middleton is likely to attract scores of overseas tourists to caravan holidays in the UK.