Searching for a location to camp in the UK ? Robin Hoods Bay, near Whitby in North Yorkshire, is an area steeped in romance and intrigue. Its very name is a mystery: there’s nothing to link this place with the infamous green-clad hero of Sherwood Forest, but the name stands as an inexplicable suggestion of some legendary past. The wide sweep of this bay is stunning and, at the friendly, family-run campsite at Hooks House Farm, high up on the hill above town, you couldn’t wish for a better vantage point. The first-rate views really make this site: from its grassy field sloping towards the sea you can watch the tide wash in and out over the whole sweep of shoreline, or gaze across a patchwork of sheep- and cow-dotted fields, woods, rolling hills and moors.
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With English wines taking top awards, who can resist the urge to stay in a campsite with vineyards all around? Open from May, long with guided tours of the vineyard, winery and tastings, the pitches are close to the small village of Winkleigh where you can enjoy a pint in the local pub and stock up on essentials. Facilities are basic (there’s a shower, compost loo and freezer) but if you find the wonder of the wilderness a bit lonely, there’s a shared fire pit where you can chin wag with fellow campers.
A tranquil landscape of rolling hills, sand dunes and salt grass, the Gower Peninsula protrudes from the South Wales coastline just a short distance (though it feels like a million miles) from Swansea. Three Cliffs Bay Campsite enjoys a stunning location high above the beach, with an inspiring vista across the sands to the eponymous cliffs, looking for all the world like a set of pyramids. When you get tired of the sea view, you can get in amongst the waves: the Gower’s beaches are famous for surfing, while dry-land activities include hiking and pony-trekking.
Holden Farm Camping, Hampshire: A couple of hours south west of the city is this peaceful campsite where you can pitch up next to the bright and breezy meadows of the South Downs. At 700 acres, the actual farm is pretty spacious (it’s home to 150 woolly sheep), and the sizeable camping field means that pets, kids and your energetic mates have loads of space to roam. And your tent won’t be squished up next to anyone else’s. There are fire pits for evenings spent toasting marshmallows, but if you want to go further afield head to The Flower Pots pub in Cheriton or pretty market town New Alresford, just a short drive away.