Searching for a place to camp in the UK ? Pleasant Streams Farm is indeed a pleasant field in which to pitch a tent. Campfires are encouraged, and often the cracklepop of the fire is the only noise of the evenings here. There is quite a lot to do on and around the site. There’s a lake in the centre, which not only attracts wildlife but also beckons you to hop in the rowing boat for an afternoon afloat; and there’s a summerhouse with books and games for rainy days. Most people who stray from the site do so by day, biking along the nearby Pentewan Valley Trail or hiring the campsite’s kayak and exploring the beautiful coast around Gorran Haven and Charlestow.
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If you’re a newbie to camping and don’t want to make an expensive mistake by buying all the gear, the joy of staying here is all the basics are already set up for you in a North American style tipi tent. A 20 acre site with 25 tipis, these tall structures are set in secluded clearings and it’s just a 10 minute drive to Port Gaverne – where you can buy the freshest seafood to bring home and cook on your camp stove. They even provide the cooler box.
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.
The Fire Pit Camp, Norfolk : Who says that you can’t party while camping? Certainly not the Fire Pit crew, who hire out the whole site to groups. There are 15 tent pitches, plus the Wren’s Nest – a cool and cosy ‘hazel bender-tent’ that sleeps eight. For anyone who gets FOMO at leaving Hackney for more than a few hours, there are yoga classes, an old double decker bus where you can hang out (read: drink) and a warehouse serving coffee and cocktails. It’s basically Dalston dropped into a massive field. From May to September, weekends are whole site hire-only, but smaller groups can pitch-up during the week. And yes, there is a fire pit.