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If you want a great location to make the most of the Lake District then our Derwentwater site in Keswick takes some beating.

It is the idyllic place to relax among stunning scenery with views of rolling Cumbrian mountains all around and the site is just a five-minute walk from Keswick town centre, which has a range of amenities including great shops, pubs and restaurants.

The perfect base for a walking, cycling or relaxing holiday, Derwentwater is ideal for water sport lovers. You can hire canoes, kayaks, sailing dinghies, windsurfers and rowing boats at Derwentwater Marina. The outdoor pursuits available include sailing, windsurfing, canoeing, kayaking, ghyll scrambling, rock climbing and raft-building.

You can of course just relax and enjoy the area’s stunning natural beauty, or take a boat ride around Derwentwater on the Keswick launch.
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Alton the Star 

Our lovely site is just a mile from Alton Towers Resort and its range of exciting attractions, including high-adrenaline rides, children’s entertainment, a water park and elegant gardens. It also offers easy access to The Trentham Estate, which is home to Trentham Gardens and Monkey Forest.
If you prefer something a little more peaceful, the site is also close to the natural beauty of the Peak District National Park and Staffordshire Moorlands, which are ideal for walkers and lovers of the great outdoors.
The historic stately home of Chatsworth House is nearby and there are also a number of pretty market towns and steam railways to enjoy. Further afield you’ll find a number of spas, shopping centres and museums all showing off the heritage of this famous area Site information


Get back to nature at this delightful spot on the banks of the River Ure in Yorkshire, where you can enjoy the tranquility of a beautiful and natural setting.

This peaceful site is the perfect place to relax and get away from it all, but you’ll find plenty to do nearby too, including some lovely circular walks right from the site and a route that takes you along the river and canal to the Cathedral city of Ripon.

The historic town of Boroughbridge is a shorter walk away, along with the beautiful Newby Hall and Gardens, Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal National Trust World Heritage Site all close by.

Further afield you can explore the lovely city of York and Georgian architecture of Harrogate, and there are a number of tracks nearby if you want to enjoy the excitement of a day’s horse racing. Site information


If you’re a nature, wildlife or outdoor enthusiast then Rhandirmwyn (pronounced ran-dee-mo-n) is just the place for you.

Our beautifully serene site is set in an old mining village in central Wales, where peace and quiet come as standard.

This area is a haven for wildlife. It is home to the Elan Valley containing some of the UK’s rarest animals and plants, and the nearby RSPB Dinas Nature Reserve where wildlife such as red kites are often spotted.

Other nearby attractions include the market town of Llandovery and its 11th Century castle, the National Botanic Garden of Wales, Carreg Cennen Castle and the Brecon Beacons. Or closer to home there are some lovely walks from the site and great cycling nearby too, including the Cwmrhaeadr Forest cycle trail.
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Set in the grounds of Scone Palace, which is described as a breathtakingly beautiful place of power and mystery.

Our site is a nature lovers’ paradise; Deer, buzzards, owls even ospreys have been spotted here. You might even find yourself sharing your breakfast with one of the site’s resident black rabbits.

As well as some great walks along the river direct from site, sports lovers will be pleased to discover there are five golf courses within five miles of the campsite.

There’s an award-winning Blue Flag beach at Broughty Ferry just east of Dundee. This sweeping stretch of golden sand is one of only eight beaches in Scotland to hold the Blue Flag status Scone Palace hosts many events and has amazing grounds, including the Lawns and Pinetum.

Show your membership card to receive discounted tickets. Special rates are also available for grandstand tickets at Perth Racecourse next door to the campsite.

Just two miles from the campsite, the city of Perth has good shopping, a leisure centre and a theatre, while Pitlochry offers a children’s amusement park and Festival Theatre.

Open from 1st March to 5th January
Scone Club Site,
Scone Palace Caravan Park,
Scone, Tayside, PH2 6BB.
Contact us or call us on 02476 475240 today to arrange a viewing or to discuss options available.

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Whether you want a fast-paced break or a scenic spot to relax, Theobalds Park fits the bill.

This attractive site is ideally located for easy access to all the attractions of London … yet also provides the perfect escape from it.

After an exciting day taking in the sights, shows, museums, shops and restaurants of the capital or exploring the spectacular Epping Forest, you can retreat to the comfort of your holiday home and truly unwind in its beautiful woodland setting.

With a lovely village pub within walking distance and a number of attractions nearby, including Lee Valley Country Park,which is perfect for bird watching, walking, cycling and fishing, Theobalds Park offers the best of both worlds.

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All the beauty and attractions of the fabulous Northern Lakes are on your doorstep at Troutbeck, which is idyllically located for access to the fells, towns and villages of this wonderful area.
The popular market town of Keswick is nearby, with a range of cafés, restaurants, pubs, shops and attractions including boat trips on Derwentwater.
Our site is the perfect place to relax and get away from it all, but if you want something more active then there are plenty of walking trails – including a route up Blencathra nearby, as well as the Coast to Coast cycleway.
Rookin House Farm Equestrian and Activity Centre in Troutbeck also offers a range of family activities including horse-riding, archery, quad biking and karting.

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Located in what can only be described as a beautiful area, with rolling hills surrounding the homes, which themselves are located in a spacious, beautiful area of the site.
Close to River Cottage HQ, and right in the heart of the Jurassic Coastline,  our pretty Charmouth Site gives you the chance to explore historical remains at both Charmouth or Lyme Regis beaches, which are both a mere 3 miles away, as well as great resorts including Beer to the west and West Bay and Weymouth to the east.
There are an abundance of walks, climbs and cycling routes in the area, and the site staff can provide you with ideas if you fancy venturing a little further afield.
The sandy beaches of Charmouth make this a popular family site. If fossil hunting is on your holiday to do list, visit the Charmouth Heritage Coast Centre for information. The beach here is a good place to start your hunt for fossils or head east from the campsite to the famous Chesil Beach.
For days out the beautiful Forde Abbey and gardens at Chard are a must. Abbotsbury Swannery is ideal for children or for something different, enjoy the stunning Axe Valley from the Seaton Tramway’s hot pink narrow gauge tram.
The site opens from March to November, giving you the best months to take advantage of short seaside strolls as well as superb restaurants to suit all tastes.
Charmouth Club Site,
Monkton Wyld Farm, Scotts Lane,
Nr. Charmouth, Dorset, DT6 6DB.
To find out more about holiday homes, please call on 01297 32965 and speak to Joanna or Simon
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Nairn offers the best of both worlds; set within a stunning Highland forest, having natural shelter and being level yet offering great marine life close to the site. Spend your time attending some of the great summer events and attractions nearby, dolphin spotting on the Moray Firth or simply relaxing on site!

The attractive seaside town of Nairn has two Blue Flag beaches and a promenade with fantastic views over the Moray Firth. The town hosts a number of festivals including a Book and Arts Festival, International Jazz Festival and the Highland Feast – a food and drink festival. And in August is hosts Scotland’s only free-entry Highland Games.

Explore Inverness’ old town or enjoy walks along the Caledonian Canal and the River Ness, which is a mere 15 miles from the site, further afield, yet within an hour’s drive of the town you can visit Cawdor Castle, Brodie Castle, Culloden Battlefield, Fort George, Clava Stones, Loch Ness, Castle Urquhart, Culbin Forest and the new viewpoint tower, the Cairngorms National Park, Cairngorm Mountain Railway, the Strathspey Steam Railway, Ballindalloch Castle, Elgin Cathedral and the Whisky Trail, you’ll need somewhere peaceful to return home to!

Nairn Club Site,
Delnies Wood, Nairn, Inverness,
Morayshire, IV12 5NX
Open March to October

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If you enjoy history but want all the amenities of modern life, then you’ll love our site at Winchcombe in the heart of The Cotswolds.

The site is surrounded by stunning views, the whole area is filled with natural beauty and visiting the unspoilt town of Winchcombe is like taking a trip into the past with traditional butchers, bakers and greengrocers trading from pretty Cotswold stone buildings.

A host of nearby walking trails will help you make the most of the beautiful scenery, and there is plenty more to see and do including a number of pretty Cotswold villages and historic attractions such as the stunning Sudeley Castle. There’s even a steam railway whose trains include Thomas the Tank Engine!

Winchcombe Camping and Caravanning Club Site
Brooklands Farm
Nr Tewkesbury
GL20 8NX
Open March to January

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A few miles from the lake that shares its name, our site at Windermere has many environmentally-friendly facilities to match its beautiful surroundings, and is perfect for families.

Conveniently located near the main road between Kendal and Windermere, makes it ideal for visiting both of these places, as well as the varied attractions and natural beauty of the Lake District.

There are plenty of walking opportunities and the nearby village of Staveley has an excellent pub serving food, as well as two cafés.

You can also try our own 4*-rated pub restaurant The Whistling Pig, and there are more restaurants and shops in Kendal, which is also home to the Abbot Hall Art Gallery and Quaker Tapestry Museum.

In the opposite direction, Bowness-on-Windermere offers pleasure cruises and attractions such as the World of Beatrix Potter and Aquarium of the Lakes

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Our Lakeside site is set in the heart of walking country in Keswick, Cumbria, within a five minute walk of Keswick
town centre, yet surrounded by the rugged mountain views that you would expect from this area.

Take time out to explore what nature has created in this beautiful part of the country, or sit back, relax and gaze at your
own piece of paradise from your holiday home.

For those who like a little more energetic activities, there is an abundance of walking and cycling trails or more adrenaline fueled water sports on hand at Derwentwater Marina.

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Surrounded by beautiful heather moors and mountain views, on the edge of the Cairngorms National Park; Tarland is on the North East side of Scotland, close to the delightful town of Aboyne in the heart of Royal Deeside.
Spend your time relaxing in your holiday home within the beautiful natural settings, or explore what the area has to offer including; Balmoral Castle and the Royal Lochnager Distillery Visitor Centre. Braemer west of Balmoral has a castle and the Braemer Highland Heritage Centre, the town is also a popular centre for walking and mountain biking or should you wish to while your time away on a golf course- Scotland’s highest 18 hole golf course is nearby too. 
Tarland by Deeside Club Site,
Tarland by Aboyne, 
Aberdeenshire, AB34 4UP.
call us on 0844 770 6860 today to arrange a viewing or to discuss options available.
The site is open from 1st March to 5th January consecutively… why not bring in the New Year and Hogmany here?
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