Autumn Evenings at Hoburne
The summer may be drawing to a close, but that doesn’t mean that the good times have to. Enjoy autumnal evenings at Hoburne and make the most of that golden glow.
Regardless of which of our lovely Hoburne holiday parks you are staying at, our stunning locations in the forest, by the beach or in the countryside ensure that you are in the prime position for enjoying autumn.
With ancient woodland to be wandered, seaside to saunter and rolling hills to be roamed; being out and about on our parks could open your eyes to this magical season. Imagine the forest floor covered in a radiant blanket of leaves, or the rich hues of an autumn sunset above the glistening sea. You could even take it all in from your very own hot tub or decking area.
If you’re due to be staying with us soon, then keep your eyes peeled for some of the smaller residents on park. You may be lucky enough to spot hedgehogs, squirrels, foxes or bats before they hibernate for the winter.
But it’s not just the visuals that make autumn such a special season, it’s the feeling that it creates. There’s still enough light to make the most of the evenings with family and friends, and at Hoburne you can do exactly that.
Brasserie 1912, our on-site restaurant features at five of our parks and offers a wide range of options including a children’s menu. Why not book a table during your stay? You are on holiday after all!
Following your meal, you’ll be able to retreat to The Venue for an evening of entertainment and perhaps a few drinks – the ideal way to round up a day of exploring. We have an extensive entertainment programme that includes music, comedy and of course the Sammy Squad! Find out more about the entertainment taking place during your stay here.
After an evening of fun, food, family and friends, you’ll be able to take a leisurely stroll back to your holiday home and catch a last glimpse of the autumn sunset. If that doesn’t leave you feeling content, then we don’t know what will!
So, if like us, you’re not quite ready for winter, then squeeze every last golden drop out of autumn with a holiday at Hoburne.