A straight forward and informal campsite situated on our farm at the foot of Leith Hill in picturesque Surrey countryside. Our campsite is open from 1st April to 30th September (weather permitting).

The site is basic and simply two fields around our farm. Pitches are not allocated and we are popular with whole site and DofE bookings. Campfires are permitted. Out of peak season and during the week things are pretty quiet.

We are a glamping site consisting of 30 wooden wigwams and we are situated just outside Berwick upon Tweed, North Northumberland close to the Scottish border.  We are minutes away from a beautiful beach which forms part of the Northumberland coastline. We are a dog friendly family site available for holidays, special occasions and weddings.

We are a little, eco friendly, busy, family friendly camping/glamping site in the heart of the Cotswolds.  We are looking for a Warden couple to join our team between Feb/March and October.  We are a really lovely little family run site, we’ve poured our hearts and souls into and we are building a great reputation, we now need a bit of help!

We have 6 camping pods, 2 yurts, 1 bell tent, 2 tipis and 25 camping pitches.  We also have a little farm shop on site with a coffee machine.  

We have built our site to have nature at its heart, its only 6 acres but its a beautiful little spot overlooking Bourton on the Water and the Windrush valley.  

The campsite offers comfortable and affordable accommodation, including 8 en-suite B&B rooms, 6 camping cabins, 2 large camping fields, and bell tents. The site also has an excellent bar and restaurant called The Stagger Inn, which offers a cosy setting to eat, drink, socialise and recharge. The on-site shop is stocked with all essentials for West Highland Way walkers and for any camping trips. The campsite also provides essential facilities such as shower and toilet blocks and an equipped campers kitchen.

The Riverside Caravan Park can be found on the A38 at Cambridge in Gloucestershire.  The site has 28 Touring Pitches, many of which can accommodate an awning and 4 tent pitches we are sure to have something to suit. All of our Touring Pitches come with an electric hook up and full use of our recently refurbished large shower blocks.

Set in the Gloucestershire countryside the site sits along the small Cam river with it’s own residents of Mute Swans and wildlife. There are plenty of walks to be taken in the immediate area.

With the added bonus of a fabulous pub on-site you are sure to have a perfect stay.

We’re an open-to-all campsite tucked away in Appletreewick, a serene village on the banks of the River Wharfe. From 31st March until the end of October, we invite you to pitch up with tents, caravans, furry friends and little ones in tow! For an unforgettable experience, take a look at our unique glamping tents and yurts.

Please note, this site is being used as a central point for the purpose of recruitment of an area manager post. The post is not based on this site.

Lebberston is a beautiful countryside haven hidden away between Filey and Scarborough on the edge of the picturesque Yorkshire Wolds.


We cater for all things touring caravans including seasonal pitches, caravan storage and short breaks.

Nestle yourself within the trees and bushes for a truly secluded and tranquil place for a break away from it all. A stay at Setthorns also puts you in pole position to spot all the New Forest wildlife, including free-roaming ponies and deer, rare wild birds and small mammals like rabbits and hares, as they go about their daily lives in the forest’s heathland and woodland.

A firm favourite for walkers and cyclists, this campsite is full of winding paths that branch off at every turn – each with a new destination. Access to the nearby disused railway line lies at the heart of this site and is a perfect place to start your adventure…

Situated on the picturesque woodland road between Beaulieu and Brockenhurst, Roundhill Campsite offers space and plenty of nooks and woodland for children to explore.

It’s a great base for those wanting to enjoy all the New Forest National Park has to offer with access to miles and miles of walking and cycle tracks. Then at the end of the day grab a cup of tea and relax watching the famous New Forest ponies roaming freely around the site and drinking and bathing in the pond – bliss!

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