Ten Best Campsites of Britain

Camping can be fun and the best family vacation time to bond close with nature. You need to make sure of choosing a campsite which is perfect. There are many amazing campsites in Britain.

Ten Best Campsites of Britain

1. Britchcombe Farm

Oxfordshire’s Britchcombe farm nestles below the White Horse; and this site’s mystical location close to Ridgeway is what makes it more interesting. It is popular family spot with fantastic views over Wiltshire, Oxfordshire and Berkshire. All basic facilities will be provided and it makes a wonderful campsite.

2. Seagull Campsite

This is a great way of enjoying the beauty and tranquility of Herm Island. The Seagull site is located in the center of the island, few minutes away from the path going to Belvoir Bay. This campsite has about 80 pitches, shower facility, modern toilets, amazing beaches and spectacular views, which ensure that your family holiday is enjoyable to maximum extent.

3. Nantcol Waterfalls

Located just a mile away from the Rhinog Mountains in Gwynedd, Nantcol Waterfalls enthralls the campers with its natural beauty and awesome landscapes. You can take circular walks for fun here and you have the opportunity to light a campfire.

4. Whitesands Beach,

This remarkable beachside location in Pembrokeshire is very popular among the surfers. It has a stunning surfside, which allows the surfers to check the water conditions right from their tents, to decide whether to take the plunge or not.

5. Red Squirrel Campsite,

This campsite in Glencoe, Argyll is a charming site spread around 22 acres of woodland and meadow. It is perfect for those people who enjoy mountain views from a stationary position. You can simply laze around the grass on a sunny day. There are many wonderful local walks here.

6. Dan-yr-Ogof Caravan and Camping Park

This is a Wales, Glyntawe, Abercraf and Swansea National Showcase Centre. A popular entertaining spot for young families, this site has a theme park, consisting of mountain caves made of limestone, covered in stalagmites and stalactites and a petting farm and Dinosaur Park. Kids love this site and it can get very busy.

7. Little Meadow

This campsite in North Devon is spread over a 100 acre natural farm, consisting of 50 separately marked pitches, possessing stunning views. There is a traffic free, serene wooded play zone for children. With beautiful views overlooking Hangman Point and Watermouth Bay, this site is a haven for tourists.

8. Orchard Camping

This site spread over four acres on the border of Wickham Market in Suffolk is not only famous for its spectacular surroundings, but also for UFO sightings! Orchard Camping site provides a warm and friendly atmosphere in a serene rural backdrop, with various pitches.

9. Clippesby Hall

Located in Clippesby, Norfolk, this site is positioned around a mansion house and includes facilities like tennis courts, swimming pool and mini-golf.  It is a charming place to explore the Norfolk coast.

10. Stowford Manor Farm

This campsite is situated in Wingfield Trowbridge. Consisting of 20 pitches, this farm is popular for swimming at Farleigh Weir, which is close to the site. You can purchase cream teas, where the cream comes from Jersey cows of the farm.

2 COMMENTS

  1. This is a good list, it can be hard to find some of the smaller sites that offer something different to the huge touristy sites that are often recommended.

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