UK campsites

Interested in a place to camp in the UK ? Pentewan, St Austell, Cornwall : Nestled in the heart of the Pentewan Valley, where the St Austell River yields to the boundless blue of the Atlantic, The Meadows campsite is the traditional Cornish campsite of dreams – traditional, albeit with a little touch of luxury thrown in. With its stunning seascapes and unparalleled access to the Pentewan Trail, the site’s enviable location means this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is yours to savour. It’s also just for adults (sorry kids). Friendly owners John and Lynn are the very embodiment of courtesy, welcoming tenters, glampers and caravanners with smiles and open arms.

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If you think the name Plush Tents suggests glamping rather than camping, that’s because it’s meant to. With a selection of stylishly decorated bell tents or yurts to stay in (each offering a comfy bed, soft furnishings and hand carved furniture), this boutique campsite offers outdoor catering with a selection of gourmet style breakfast and picnic hampers. Close to the South Downs, there’s a free shuttle service to Goodwood and live entertainment in the evening.

Visitors to Britain love the name New Forest; this area, now a national park, was established as a hunting ground in 1079 so it’s actually rather old, and there aren’t that many trees. The patches of woodland are interspersed with vast swathes of heather, gorse and grassland, giving the forest some big-sky vistas and a great feeling of openness. This sense of space continues at Roundhill Campsite, a perennial family favourite, where the grass is nibbled bowling-green short by local semi-wild ponies, and the surrounding traffic-free trails and service roads are perfect for junior bike rides.

The Secret Campsite, East Sussex : Nestled away in an East Sussex hamlet, this not-quite-secret site is perfect for exploring the charming town of Lewes and the coastal chaos of Brighton. The super-chilled site is surrounded by woodland where you can catch a glimpse of deer, sparrow hawks and glow-worms. Plus, you can pay a bit more and spend the night in one of two ‘secret shelters’: a tree tent suspended in the trees (‘similar to a harvest mouse nest,’) or the Gridshell – a sustainable tent/cabin hybrid built by engineers. Brickyard Farm, Town Littleworth, Barcombe, East Sussex BN8 4TD.

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