It's definitely a weevil beetle. They are the only kind of beetle that has a "snout". The nearest pictures I could find is of one of the Polydrusus genus, or possibly Phyllobius. Apparently there are lots of species so haven't a clue which one.
I think this is a vine weevil, Otiorhynchus sulcatus
It is very common. ...All too common in gardens and pot plants, where the larvae do a lot of damage to the roots of a very large number of plants.
Good call, I concur. Thanks for correcting me. I am now a little bit wiser.
I note it is:
"regarded as the most important pest of conifer seedlings planted after clear felling throughout Europe"
Yes, they were taken in Cumbria..... Indoors in our new static caravan..... They appeared randomly averaging about one a day between late May and Autumn last year.... Have not seen any outdoors..... We have had a static caravan on the same pitch for 15 years although some groundwork was done prior to our new one being sited.... Advice on how to discourage them from visiting us again this year would be welcome!!!!!!
It may be that the species is expanding its range.
And that could be due partly to expanding plantings of its foodplants, of which Scots pine is the most preferred (http://www.brc.ac.uk/dbif/invertebratesresults.aspx?insectid=4434)
I'd suggest running it byPaul Hyman (Luton Museum, Wardown Park), but his speciality is different part of the weevils (Orthocerous ones). So I'm not sure who the best expert would be. But there are quite a few recording schemes you could try to contact (if you want) - http://www.coleopterist.org.uk/schemes.htm
Plenty more on weevils here, BTW:
Here's some more ecological information: http://www.forestry.gov.uk/forestry/infd-5tuf7e
They are likely spreading from some tree plantation in the vicinity, and I don't think there's much you can do to stop them. But they are completely harmless to humans and won't cause any damage unless you're planning on planting some pine outside the caravan... Plus, I think they're kinda cute.