The holiday sector in the UK has changed dramatically over the years with many people now deciding to stay within the UK and enjoy the beautiful countryside we often take for granted. This has prompted an array of improvements in the campsite sector and there are now some amazing campsites by the sea. We will now take a look at the top five British campsites by the sea to give you an idea of what is on offer.
TOURING & CAMPING – SHEPHERD HUT GLAMPING – FISHING
Woodstock Farm Touring Park is a small and peaceful family run campsite located in the heart of rural Norfolk, perfect for those who enjoy the delights the countryside has to offer.
Set within beautiful farm land surroundings with an abundance of wildlife such as deer, hares and countless birds including pheasants, woodpeckers, ducks, the red kite and barn owl. There is a lovely woodland walk on the farm which in spring has a beautiful display of snow drops, primroses and wild orchid. A short stroll from the campsite is a two acre well stocked fishing lake which can be fished in daylight hours for a small fee.
The Lake District is an area of outstanding natural beauty in the north-west of England. It attracts large numbers of visitors from the UK and overseas with its stunning views, complex mountain range, waterfalls, ancient monuments and miles of miles of lush grass for walkers. This is an area of the world which has managed to maintain its natural beauty at a time when many similar areas have been radically commercialised. For those looking to spend a few days in the Lake District, or perhaps an extended period of time, we have searched for the top five campsites in the area.
Loch Lomond and the Trossachs is an area of Scotland which is shrouded in beauty, mystery and offers everything you could hope for in a break. The area brings together natural beauty, tourist attractions, retail outlets and some of the most eye-catching and iconic campsites. It is sometimes difficult to remember this area of Scotland is only a hop skip and a jump from Glasgow and Edinburgh, not to mention the delights of Central Scotland with Stirling and its historic features. So, here are five campsites around the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs area for you to consider.