Looking for a site to camp in the UK ? Grange Farm is a lovely, unspoiled site situated in a beautiful part of the island. Two flat, grassy fields go right to the edge of the cliff and there’s an overflow field across the road, aptly christened the ‘Cool Camping Field’. You’ll need a sturdy tent to cope with the winds blowing across the top of these fields, but the reward is a panoramic view across the sea and an easy scramble down to the beach below. It’s a family-run, family-friendly site left deliberately undeveloped. Kids will love its Noah’s Ark of farm animals, including alpacas, kune pigs, goats, water buffalo and a variety of poultry. Plus there is a play area for ball games and a children’s playground, with stepping stones and rope bridges.
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Dubbed one of ‘Britain’s top 5 coolest campsites,’ life at Catgill centres around the picturesque Yorkshire Dales National Park. With around 50 grass pitches, all offering views of rolling hills where you can go walking, it’s also close to Bolton Abbey where you can explore the riverside paths. Further afield, Skipton offers boat trips along the canal and there’s an award winning fish and chip shop if you’ve tired of grilling sausages on the portable BBQ.
In Scotland’s wild northwest, the lochs cut deep inland and the mountains come down to the coast, then continue out to sea as islands. Set in this otherworldly landscape is Port a Bhaigh Campsite, slap bang on the shore and surrounded by grand peaks. From the site, walkers can stroll along the beach, or tackle a mountain such as nearby Stac Pollaidh (‘Stack Polly’), while sailors and kayakers can launch from the tiny harbour. Then everyone can round off the day with a drink on the deck of the nearby Am Fuaran Bar, overlooking the frequently sun-kissed Summer Isles.
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.Tags: campsites, Find, UK