Overlooked by St Michael’s Mount, Dove Meadows is a peaceful campsite less than 5 minutes’ walk from the beautiful beaches of the Cornwall coast.
Dove Meadows has pitches for caravans, motorhomes and tents, with electric hook-up points, showers and a twice weekly fish and chip delivery!
With the lovely town of Marazion just a few minutes away and Penzance and Land’s End within easy reach, this site is the ideal location to explore Southern Cornwall.
Seacroft Caravan Club Site is a fantastic location for a coastal getaway, being within easy walking distance to the beaches at Cromer. The recently refurbished site also offers an outdoor heated swimming pool, bar and restaurant and is ideally located to explore the nearby towns of Sherringham and Wells-on-Sea.
As a small, peaceful campsite, Rhosson Ganol is perfect for a relaxing getaway by the sea. The site is situated on the tip of St Davids peninsula, just a 5 minute walk away from a blue flag status beach, and offers 35 grass pitches for touring caravans, campers and tents.
If relaxing isn’t on your agenda, coastal adventures include walking, climbing, sea kayaking, all within easy reach.
Situated less than a mile from the beach and town centre of Ramsgate, Nethercourt Touring Park provides all year round touring pitches with electric hook up and free shower facilities. There are no less than 7 pubs within walking distance, and the site is perfect for trips to Ramsgate, Broadstairs and Margate, or if you’re feeling energetic, the Viking Cycle Trail is less than half a mile away.
Sitting on the West coast of Scotland this family run campsite has easy access to 3 beaches which regularly feature lists of top ten beaches in the UK.
The campsite itself offers panoramic views of the sea and provides free Wi-Fi, a modern toilet block and eco-friendly waste disposal facilities.
Camusdarach is the perfect spot to explore the Highlands of Scotland, and perfect if you’re a wildlife lover with the wealth of birds, seals, dolphins and whales to see.
Nestled in the Northumbrian countryside and less than a mile away from the coast, Springhill Farm provides 70 touring pitches all year round. The site offers hand standing pitches with electric hook up points, free WiFi access, shower and laundry facilities.
When you’ve explored the windswept beaches, head over to Bamburgh Castle, do a spot of birdwatching at the Farne Island sanctuary, or simply take in the breathtaking scenery of the Cheviot Hills.
Voted best coastal campsite in the Northwest, Gibraltar Farm is 10 minutes away from the beautiful views of Morecambe bay. With a raw milk vending machine, homemade ice cream and 10 acres of ancient woodland, this campsite is a haven in the North of England.
When you’ve had enough ice cream, walk through the National Trust woodlands, try some sea fishing or enjoy a round of golf at the nearby 18-hole golf course.