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The Club has a wealth of campsites within easy reach of the coast and some of the UK’s most stunning beaches.
Some even offer a pitch with a sea view. Here's our pick of 5 Club Sites with memorable views out to sea.
Close to the coastline of the Land’s End Peninsula, Sennon Cove Club Site enjoys an elevated location that provides spectacular panoramic views out across the Atlantic. The nearest beach is Gwynver, a good walk from site across fields and accessed from a steep path above. The beach rewards its visitors with some of the best surf in Cornwall. It’s dog-friendly too. At low tide Gwynver joins up with the neighbouring Whitesands Bay at the far end of Sennon Cove.
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Beadnell Bay Club Site is located on a fairly remote and undeveloped stretch of the north Northumberland coastline. This lovely, if a little breezy, spot for camping is just yards from the vast sandy expanse of Beadnell Beach and overlooks the sea beyond. A little under two miles south is the pretty little harbour resort of Seahouses. There are also good walks to the south of the site to Newton Haven and Embleton Bay, with dramatic views to Dunstanburgh Castle.
Situated on south Devon’s South Hams coast, Slapton Sands Club Site is the perfect family holiday destination. The site offers 105 pitches, many with spectacular sea views over Start Bay. There are a number of beaches within walking distance, the closest are Slapton Sands and Torcross. There are some spectacular walks with more stunning views along the coast or inland on Dartmoor.
Dunbar Club Site has sea views, and then some. Located on Scotland’s Sunshine Coast the site enjoys stunning vistas out to the North Sea, with Bass Rock, a volcanic crag in the Firth of Forth, interrupting the horizon. Enjoy the view at its best from the site's elevated picnic area.
Just a short walk away the beautiful White Sands Bay beach is perfect for an early morning swim or solitary walk. Conditions here can be good for surfing too.
This little gem of a site sits at the top of a steep hill on the outskirts of Minehead and has fantastic views overlooking the town and the Bristol Channel. From site you can walk into Minehead where there’s a good variety of shops, restaurants and pubs as well as a beach. Or, for those who desire a more rural walk, head out the back of the site and you’ll find yourself in the Exmoor National Park where you may spot Exmoor ponies, cattle and even red deer.
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SUE TAYLOR | 22 May 2019