Whitcliffe Camp Site offer wonderful facilities for campers and tourers in Whitcliffe. Our campsite boasts spectacular views over Ludlow and it famous Norman castle. We are the perfect place to escape to from the hustle and bustle of modern life in this beautiful part of Shropshire.
Our small and peaceful campsite is perfect for all the family. We have 11 level grass standing pitches with electric hook ups. We also have an extra space on the slope for tents. Throughout the campsite you can savour glorious views of the South Shropshire hills. Facilities include:
Two showers (no meters).
Washing up facilities.
Hot and cold water.
Razor and power points.
Chemical toilet point.
We also have facilities available for school parties and groups. We have a large room for dining or teaching, a fully equipped kitchen and flushing toilets and washing up facilities which …
Swallow Lakes offers a range of luxurious self catering accommodation in Little London near Longhope. Our park in Gloucestershire is the perfect place to escape to from the hustle and bustle of modern life.
Our stunning holiday homes are in rolling countryside and enjoy spectacular views of the lake and mountains. The fully furnished lodges come with a feature packed kitchen with integrated appliances, a double larder and a gorgeous island unit.
The living area comes with comfy seating, a dining table and TV. The perfect spot for relaxing in after a busy day exploring the local area. All the bedrooms are beautifully furnished, spacious and come with modern bathrooms.
We also sell a range of luxurious lodges and offer the option of choosing your desired plot to order the lodge of your dreams – please enquire for details.
A variety of great days out are in the local area:
Easthope Caravan and Camping is a family run site and situated on a working farm in Shropshire. Located four miles from Much Wenlock, the farm commands lovely views across the Shropshire Hills.
The farm grows wheat, rears high welfare pigs and produces breeding ewes.
Walks are available around the farm, or further afield, as the Shropshire Way passes through the farm.
We are ideally situated between the historic towns of Much Wenlock, Bridgnorth, Ludlow and Church Stretton. Ironbridge Gorge Museums, RAF Museum Cosford and Acton Scott Historic Working Farm are also nearby.
The local pub is only a ten minute walk away, and a restaurant only fifteen minutes by foot.…
Anita's Touring Caravan Park offers superb camping and caravan facilities located in the village of Mollington near Banbury in Oxfordshire. The caravan park is family run and just a stone's throw from the local attractions.
Our camping area is large and well maintained. We offer a total of three places to camp including a large area for those who need electric which can take mixed groups of trailer tents, caravans and tents. There is also a section that is separate from the caravans for just tents and a section that is close to the main toilet facilities.
In between the first two camping sections there is a toilet pod that has washing up facilities. There is also the main toilet block that guests can use.
We offer up to forty spacious grass and hard standing pitches that all have ten - sixteen amp electric. The area has lighting for the evenings and the site is very level maki…
During the 18th and 19th Centuries this was a prominent Coaching Inn on the Manchester to Derby route and we still offer a friendly and welcoming 'old worlde' atmosphere in our Medieval Inn and Restaurant.
For more than 500 years The Bull i' th' Thorn has offered a warm welcome to travellers and the field adjacent to our Inn provides excellent facilities for both Caravans and Campers. We have 10 electric caravan and camping hook-ups available all year round.
We are situated on the old Roman Road between Buxton and Ashbourne, nestling amongst a handful of farms with stunning views of the rolling Derbyshire hills.
The Bull i' th' Thorn Inn is on the Buxton - Ashbourne Road (A515) six miles south of Buxton and is ideal for mountain biking, rambling and walking.
The Peak District offers more than just outdoor activities however, with cultural and historic sites as diverse as Chat…
This delightful little site lies at the edge of woodland in the Forest of Dean. Apart from exploring the forest, the site is also situated a short drive away from Lydney, Coleford and the Welsh border, it also makes an ideal base for visiting the Wye Valley.
The site has 10 well spaced pitches, each with hardstanding and electric hook up points. There is a toilet block (including hot shower) and a chemical toilet disposal point. A fresh water tap with waste water disposal point is adjacent. A small hut contains stocks of leaflets detailing places and events of local interest.
The site has a large amount of birds and wildlife. Site owners, John and Anne Allcock, take great pride in maintaining this campsite, keeping it in immaculate condition. Dogs are welcome but must be properly controlled and exercised off site. We do not take children under 14.
We only take caravans, motorho…
Old Mill Campsite is a family run campsite that provides a peaceful area for campers, tourers and motorhomes. The campsite is located by a river just a short walk from the village of Craswall and only 7 miles from the town of Hay on Wye, Herefordshire.
The site provides a toilet and hot and cold water basin which are available at the farm a short walk away.
There are a few places to eat just a short distance away. The small market town of Hay-on-Wye offers many interesting places to visit such as Hay Castle, Hay Bluff, Twmpa, Black Mountain and Ty Carreg.
For more information about our campsite in Craswell please call 01981 510226.
Pets are allowed by arrangement.…
Bosworth Caravan Park is situated in the heart of England, on a 5 acre site a 10 minute walk from beautiful Olde Worlde Market Bosworth with all of its superb facilities in Warwickshire. Our caravan site is Caravan Club recommended and has clean and modern facilities.
On site you will find.
Wi-Fi access (chargeable).
Serviced pitches (both hard standing & grass).
Ladies & gents showers with toilets for complete privacy.
£1 charge for shower facilities.
Secure coded entry.
The historic small town of Market Bosworth is famous for its flower displays and is located in the heart of the area, surrounded by its galleries and antique shops. Bosworth Field, where Richard III fought the last battle of the War of the Roses in 1485, is only a short distance away by car.
Older attractions include Shackerstone Steam Railway, Twycross Zoo, Snib…