Camping in UK – late Sept
Sorry yes a bit more detail required…I should know better with you lot.
If we could somehow combine a forest and a beach then it would be perfect, failing that I think Mrs D would prefer somewhere on or near a beach. Not that late September is ideal but there we go.
Good food near by is essential as I don’t want to be cooking ALL weekend.
Main things are child friendly site, good facilitiesPosted 4 years agoStonerSubscriber
We have purpose-made pitches for between three and five tents depending on size.
They are located on a plateau just above the high tide line.
They have amazing views and a beach (when the tide is out.)
There are three fireplaces; we have a supply of local seasoned logs on site which you can purchase by the wheelbarrow load.
There is no vehicle access to the camping pitches however we provide a wheelbarrow for you to carry your kit and it’s only a 100m walk.
A shower and two toilets are located near the car parking area.Posted 4 years ago
Done the Centerparcs thing and we’re not rushing back. Not bad for what it is but living on the edge of Cannock Chase we have plenty of trees to walk round. Maybe its more suited to those who choose a city living life and it really is a break from the concrete jungles the live in.
I don’t mind the cold but then being a biker you just get used to it.
However, this may pose a threat to the existence of Mrs D (so she would have you think anyway) I’ll have to have a good chat with her later on what she is realistically expecting. It may be she is thinking warm summer nights etc which lets face it wont be happening late Sept.Posted 4 years ago
Its about that time of year when Mrs D starts getting excited about what presents I’m going to lavish her with for her upcoming birthday….
Amazingly though, she has expressed an interest at going away, not only just going away, she has said she’d like to try camping for the weekend!!
So I’m here appealing to the masses on advice on what site to visit, we’ll have our little bundle of joy with us but he’s now 3 so pretty easy to sort out but we would like half decent facilities there.Posted 4 years agoianfitzMember
Cae Du farm on the big bend in the coast road north of Tywyn. Beach side camping. Fires allowed. Home reared lamb for sale. Views of llyn peninsula and most of the welsh coast. Watch dolphins from your tent or fireside while the sun sets over the sea.
It’s ok if you like that sort of thing…Posted 4 years agokja78Member
I camped at a couple of Youth Hostels this summer. Okehampton, which was nice but probably a bit remote, and Burley in the New Forest. Both had nice indoor shower facilities, self catering kitchens and lounges with TVs. Both also had pretty decent canteens where you could buy a hot meal. Cheap too, about 6 or 7 quid per person per night. Obviously Burley gives you access to the Forest, but also isn’t that far from a few beaches and Moors Valley Forest park is great. Also V nice pub next to hostelPosted 4 years ago
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