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Dog friendly family camping at Heligan Campsite in Cornwall

Campsites can be hit and miss. Occasionally though, you stumble upon a real little gem. One that gets everything right. Dog friendly with smart, clean, warm facilities. Located in the best place to take in sea views with off road access to cycle paths. Next door to one of the most incredible visitor attractions in the area. Planted with flowers around the site to make it even more stunning. Heligan campsite in Cornwall ticks all the boxes. Staying at Heligan Campsite, Cornwall Whether you’re a seasoned canvas camper, a camper van or caravan owner or prefer a little luxury, Heligan…

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Dog friendly family camping Pencarnan Farm Pembrokeshire

Pencarnan Farm near St Davids in Pembrokeshire, Wales is an idyllic, dog friendly caravan and camping site right next to the beach. We discovered it purely by chance and it’s one of the most incredible campsites we’ve ever been to. In fact, it was so good that I was almost reluctant to share it. Pencarnan Farm is a hidden gem that we’ll go back to again and again. About Pencarnan Farm campsite Pencarnan is a working farm on the most westerly edge of Pembrokeshire. It is located right next to Porthsele beach, so from our camper van, it was about…

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10 tips for visiting Kielder Forest in Northumberland

It is fair to say that a visit to Kielder Forest can be hit and miss. It is indisputably beautiful and an amazing place to be in touch with nature and get away from it all. However, it can also be wet and at certain times of year the midges are unbearable. We set up camp at the beautiful Kielder Village Campsite and embarked on an epic battle with mud, rain and midges. Here are our top tips for getting the most out of your visit to Kielder Forest. 1. Be prepared for the Kielder Forest midges We thought we were prepared for the…

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10 family campsite essentials

Since having children, camping has become a whole different beast. When it was just us, we had no issues with pitching up in a field or on a cliff top and wild camping. With young children, our needs are a little more complex. Here are the top ten things we look for in a campsite these days. 1. Dog friendly A family holiday wouldn’t be complete without the dogs. We do occasionally have a few days away without them, but we would never leave them behind if we’re camping so we would actively avoid campsites that won’t accept dogs. 2.…

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