Our Maxi Tents are the most economical option and the closest to ‘traditional camping’. We recently introduced the Safari Tent Deluxe for an even more comfortable camping experience.
We also offer a range of mobile homes to suit all party sizes and budgets, plus a selection of lodges.
Find out more on our accommodation pages.
All our accommodation is self-catering, so your kitchen will have essential utensils and crockery for cooking. We don’t supply cleaning products (e.g. cloths, detergents or tea towels), or store cupboard basics such as salt and oil. Download our inventory guide for a complete list of what we provide.
Bed linen is not included in the accommodation price, but is available to hire, along with bath mats and beach towels. (Please order all these when you book as we don’t store spare packs on site.)
Our uniquely-designed Maxi Tent has two bedrooms. One has a double bed, and the other has three singles, but can be divided to give you three bedrooms. If there are six of you, a single bed will be set up in the living area.
The separate kitchen area has a child safety gate, and is equipped with a four-ring cooker and grill, fridge with ice box and all essential utensils and crockery. There is a living area with curtains at the windows and electric lighting throughout. Outside furniture and a barbecue is provided so that you can make the most of the long summer evenings with al fresco dining.
Our Safari Tents have 2 bedrooms and beds are fully made up when you arrive. The charming interior creates a warm, welcoming atmosphere to quickly make your tent feel like home.
In our mobile homes, each twin bedroom can be converted to provide one single bed and a cot. To make room for the cot just lower the fold-down bed and slide it under the other one.
In the Maxi Tent, there is space in the second bedroom for a cot. The second bed can be removed if required.
We are keen to ensure that our fun-filled camping holidays are available for everyone to enjoy.Our Maxi Tents and Easy Access lodges are suitable for wheelchair users, but access to and around campsites can vary.The steps on mobile homes make them unsuitable for wheelchair access.Please call us for advice.
You can enjoy as many types of accommodation as you like – please call our sales team and they will be able to help you plan and price up your holiday.
All Canvas holidays include tent, mobile home or lodge accommodation. We do not rent ‘empty’ campsite pitches.
Please let us know your preferences when you book. We always do our best to meet special requests, but these are not available at all sites and cannot be guaranteed.
We show a guide to the layout of the accommodation on each of the accommodation pages as a guide. The layout may vary between campsites and mobile home types. Our accommodation images have been styled for photographic purposes.
Where campsites allow it, we provide a charcoal or gas barbecue so that you can enjoy some al fresco dining. Please check the page for your chosen campsite to see what is provided.
Site owners/ local authorities sometimes impose total barbecue bans at times of high fire risk.
There can be a mix of European and British sockets so we recommend you take some plug adapters. These can be purchased at airports, ports or in some supermarkets.
Yes. There is electricity for the kitchen appliances and lighting, plus an extra socket.
This varies from site to site. Sites near the beach or major towns/cities typically have smaller emplacements, while countryside sites typically have larger ones. Sites in Italy and Spain are generally smaller, and during high season you normally park your car on the road or in a parking area.