It always pays to book direct with us - Secure your break for a low deposit! 🏕️
The Easter April Bank Holiday soon comes around and if you’re planning an April Bank Holiday Break in Brean, here are 10 essential items to bring with you.
April Bank Holiday breaks seem to arrive at just the right time as we say goodbye to what seems like a long winter. Spring in the UK is when temperatures start to rise significantly. With Easter being on 17th April in 2022 the temperatures look like reaching around 14 °C | 57 °F and as we know in the UK, that’s t-shirt and shorts weather! Although we may not fully escape the rain, the forecasts look good enough to enjoy the attractions of Brean.
The beach at Brean Sands is well and truly open to visitors in April, and it can be a very enjoyable way for the whole family to spend a relaxing few hours.
Brean is right on the Somerset coast and well within easy reach of other interesting towns and attractions to visit on your Easter April Bank Holiday break. For example, just along the coast are the seaside resorts of Burnham-on-Sea and Weston-Super-Mare, and a short drive inland brings you to Cheddar, with its Gorge and Caves, and Wookey Hole.
There’s no need to leave your dog in kennels or home with friends or other family members – Holiday Resort Unity in Brean is dog-friendly!
On their April Bank Holiday Break in Brean, guests at Holiday Resort Unity can enjoy entertainment and fun for all the family, whether it’s fantastic live entertainment at our RJ’s venue, Brean Play, Brean Splash or the Brean Theme Park!
Brean Splash has an indoor Splash Zone fun pool with slides and interactive water features for children up to the age of 16. The Outdoor Splash has three waterslides, a seaside water play area with three mini slides for children under 12 years, and an amazing tipping bucket!
From the many different accommodation options to the entertainment and choice of on-site restaurants and cafes, Holiday Resort Unity in Brean has got something for all members of the family during your April Bank Holiday Break.
Brean Down is a great National Trust attraction that offers walks with incredible views along and across the Bristol Channel and has a real fort to explore at the end of it! Be warned though, it is quite a climb up and comfortable walking footwear is recommended.
There is a lot to see and do on an April Bank Holiday Break at HRU in Brean, and you’ll want to be able to make sure that you capture those precious memories and share them with your friends and family.
If you like cycling, the Brean Down Way cycle path takes you all the way between Weston-Super-Mare and Brean Down via the Brean Cross Sluices over the River Axe. It is a wonderful way to have fun outdoors, enjoy the countryside, and make the most of your April Bank Holiday Break in Brean.