Camping at Nicholaston Farm of the Gower Penninsula

Camping at Nicholaston Farm of  the Gower Penninsula

Camping at  Nicholaston Farm is a perfect way to discover the beauty and wonder of  the Gower Penninsula, that finger of land that sticks out into the Bristol Channel just south of Swansea, in south Wales. Of course, many people only visit the

Camping at Britchcombe Farm, Oxfordshire

Camping at Britchcombe Farm, Oxfordshire

  When push comes to shove, most campers are flatter earthers… No, they are not adverse to scientific discovery. It’s just that –for fairly obvious reasons – they like to sleep on flat ground. Flattish ground is therefore usually an

Camping on St Agnes Isles of Scilly

Camping on St Agnes Isles of Scilly

Camping at Troytown Farm on St Agnes, Isles of Scilly can never by described as the perfect get away. This is because it’s pretty hard to get to. Once there though it offers a holiday experience like no other. First impressions are good.  A small

The case for wild camping

The case for wild camping

  It’s legal on Dartmoor and across most of Scotland, but illegal elsewhere in England and Wales. What are we talking about you may ask… lighting fires? Smoking? Driving with one hand whilst eating an apple? No, it’s wild camping.

What not to eat when camping in the great outdoors

  Watching telly last night, we were intrigued to see a familiar sight on our screens: a  rain sodden campsite! It was the advert break. We were therefore intrigued to know what was being promoted and sold to us. Surely,

The cost of camping

Camping is great. But why is the cost of camping so high? Camping  really does give you the opportunity to get the most out of your outdoor experience. There’s nothing better than waking up, unzipping your tent, breathing in the air and

Camping at Roundhill

Camping at Roundhill

   Camping at Roundhill is only a couple of miles away from Brockenhurst, the small town in the heart of the Southern part of the New Forest. It still took us some time to get there. The road was blocked

Camping in the Wye Valley: Tresseck Campsite

Camping in the Wye Valley: Tresseck Campsite

Riverside camping in the Wye Valley     There are two ways to reach Tresseck Campsite, in Hoarwithy, in the Wye Valley, near Ross-on-Wye: by land or by boat. We took the former for our Wye Valley camping trip, an

City life with a difference: Hengistbury Head in Bournemouth

City life with a difference: Hengistbury Head in Bournemouth

It’s owned by the local council and is on the edge of a major UK City… it’s hardly edgy though. Can you guess where it is? It’s Hengistbury Head, the headland that juts out of the coastline and marks the most

Streamcombe Farm

Streamcombe Farm

  Streamcombe Farm … now there’s a name that conjures up images of rural tranquillity and bliss…the perfect antidote to the stresses and strains of the city, where life is simple and the living is good. Well…it is. It’s just