Beuvelande is a really friendly, family-run site with the AA’s top rating.
Great for experiencing island life, Jersey being one of the best examples. People are amazed at the enormous variety and beauty there is in such a small island. The range and quality of attractions on Jersey is outstanding, the beaches are exquisite and both the coast and the countryside provide the perfect backdrop for holidaying and relaxation. If you really get the island bug, be sure to visit at least one of Jersey's smaller neighbours too.
Rally Stewards will be Paul and Jill Hughes. Typical activities (subject to demand) may include walking and cycling, bingo, beetle drives, rally meals in site restaurant, coffee mornings, race afternoons, quizzes, 'free and easy' evenings, local excursions by car and boat trips to the adjacent islands of Guernsey, Herm and Sark or to St. Malo (France).
Run by the Guillemot family.
Jersey motorhome and caravan bookings should be made at least three weeks in advance of travelling.
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In a rural setting in east Jersey’s Green Lane Zone (outstanding natural beauty and 15mph speed limit). St. Martin one mile, Gorey two miles, St. Helier five miles, Corbière Point 12 miles.
Jersey legal requirements - Except one port-site return journey caravans may not use island roads; motorhomes may but must return to the site each night; All vehicles and units max. width 2.3m excluding mirrors and indicators; Rigid vehicles max. length 9.3m; Articulated vehicles (fifth-wheel) max. length 11m; All vehicles max. axle weight 10.5t; Towed units max. body length 6.7m; Max. vehicle and towed unit length 16.5m including any projections; Condor Ferries max. unit length 7m; Drivers should be aware that many of Jersey’s roads are narrow and may have limited access.
Open pitches set in paddocks and open fields; with or without electricity. Rally pitches are located together near the marquee for rally activities.
- A valid Camping Card International (CCI), available from the Club, is required for all our overseas rallies
- BBQs permitted
- Dogs welcome
- Ice pack freezing
- LATE ARRIVALS / EARLY DEPARTURES: It is important to phone the site if your ferry is delayed or if you are not travelling on your planned crossing. Please show consideration to other campers if you are arriving late or leaving in the early.
Dedicated accessible facilities
has the following facilities on or around the site.
Snacks and take-away
Following directions given, turning off main road very difficult to spot. We overshot and had to unhitch the caravan to turn round. Final access roads very narrow with very little clearance room for the caravan. Site in a lovely peaceful location, well run and very friendly owners. Some facilities not available except at weekends until the peak season. Rally very enjoyable especially the trip to Sark although it was a very bumpy crossing. The rally steward Helen Taylor did a very good job and we didn't feel pressurised into joining in if we didn't want to. The coast near to the site is very beutiful and we particularly enjoyed Mount Orgueil Castle and Gorey. The Jersey War Tunnels were well worth a visit and very informative.
- Towing: Difficult
- Location: Country
- Suitable For: Families,Older couples,Groups,Active break,Peaceful break
Sites often charge for an additional vehicle, including a car towed by a motorhome. You should also expect to pay extra for pets and awnings.
We only charge you for extra equipment if the site charges us.
Solo campers may be entitled to reduced pitch fees on some sites.
Please proceed to book in order to find the latest prices, availability, or if you are looking to start your stay within less than 1 week, please call 024 7767 0375.
More information on pricing can be found here.