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Urgent help please with camping holiday - August 25, 3 nights

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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
Does anyone have any ideas/suggestions for a 4 day/3 night camping-based holiday somewhere in the UK? Not too fussed where but somewhere within striking distance of either Yorkshire or London would help. Oh, and somewhere near the coast would be nice too!

I'm a single parent with a 6 year old daughter. We've been to France in the past with Euro/Keycamp using their on-site provided tents/mobile homes and she's loved it. Given we only have 4 days and not much money, I'm looking for somewhere closer to home where they either provide a tent/mobile home/caravan on-site that we can use, or perhaps a site where we can pitch our tent. My only reservation about embarking on our first fully fledged d-i-y camping adventure is that we are not yet fully kitted out - eg. tent but no stove/primus, sleeping bags but no mats.

Can anyone help me find something quickly? My daughter is so looking forward to this! Many thanks to everyone.
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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
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#1
Just got back from camping at mwnt, Blaenwaun Farm, with 7 nieces and nephews aged between 3 & 11. A fantastic place for kids with onsite climbing frames, swings and loads of room to run around. A shop on site selling disposable bbqs, organic meat from the farm along with the usual bread, milk etc.
Mwnt beach, http://www.bbc.co.uk/wales/mid/sites/beaches/pages/mwnt.shtml
is only 10-15 min walk away.

Very friendly owners. Will be going back next year.
http://www.blaenwaunfarm.com/
#2
Is the lake District too far out for you?

It's amazing there. Lots of beautiful lakes and woods. We go there 4/5 times a year the dogs love it and the kids love doing the Go Ape!
There are many really nice camping sites with good facilities around Keswick and its a beautiful drive to get there too.
#3
id say the lakes too :D
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Spooki
Is the lake District too far out for you?

It's amazing there. Lots of beautiful lakes and woods. We go there 4/5 times a year the dogs love it and the kids love doing the Go Ape!
There are many really nice camping sites with good facilities around Keswick and its a beautiful drive to get there too.


I'm pretty reluctant to travel too many hours for a short stay to be honest. If we did, do you know any specific sites that I could investigate that either do the on-site provided tent thing or the turn up, pitch your own tent thing?

Thanks
#5
This is a really good site to check out the different campsites http://www.lakedistrictcamping.co.uk/

There are many campsites on there that have lakes at the bottom of the garden where you pitch your tent, most have pubs very nearby that do food too.

Hope this helps :)
banned#6
http://www.tipiholidaysuk.co.uk
take a look its in oxford
#7
we use coniston hall, right over looking lake coniston, pretty basic camping but toilets and showers are clean, there is also a laundry room with sinks etc.

You do have to take your own tent though (i do believe there are camp sites that do pitch a tent and u stay and leave,a lthough never come across one) it gets pretty busy here, if its going to be nice bank holiday you should definitely ring up and book.

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