Category Archives: Best Camping Sites

Turner Hall Farm, Cumbria

Turner Hall Farm is situated in the heart of the Duddon Valley with breathtaking views of the fells, the site is on the doorstep of a labyrinth of footpaths, leading to a variety of Lakeland fells and villages. A few minutes’ walk across the fields is the ancient Walna Scar track, taking you to Dow Crag and Coniston’s classic peak, the Old Man, with views out across Coniston Water en route. Walkers and climbers alike will enjoy the site’s closeness to Wallowbarrow gorge and crags. The grassy site offers privacy through the natural craggy landscape, and provides toilet and basic washing facilities. The local pub is a pleasant 10-minute walk from the site, where good food and refreshment can be purchased.


Turner Hall Farm
Cumbria (01229716420)


Adults £3
Children under 6 yrs old £1
Vehicles £1

This campsite not one for kids, grandparents or excitable dogs. In spring, the narrow valley on whose floor the site rests becomes a grassy pocket of lambs. It is mainly used as a stopping-off point for intrepid hikers and there is no shower and no hot water, and in 23 years the only thing that has been altered is the color of the toilet door. This is about as basic a camping experience you can have in a designated area for camping and the prices agree. At £3 per adult per night, Singapore Travel the rates are some of the lowest in the country.

Number one view from a campsite in the World in 2006

Three Cliffs Bay is voted as the “Number one view from a campsite in the World” in 2006 by The Independent.

Three Cliffs Bay is located at the south coast of the Gower peninsula in the City and County of Swansea, Wales.

One of the major appeals of the park is the spectacular position with the panoramic views of Three Cliffs Bay. It is situated overlooking Three Cliffs Bay with a public footpath leading down to the beach. The public footpath will take about 10 minutes descending to enjoy the beautiful golden sands. There are also some 52 acres of cliff-land which is ideal for exercising dogs.

Beyond Three Cliffs Bay, you have Tor Bay and Crawley Woods, also, Oxwich Bay whose sandy beach is always popular with young families. Here too there is water Ski-ing, sailing and wind-surfing, and for the nature enthusiast a 540 acre National Nature Reserve. For the golf enthusiast, there are six 18-hole golf courses within a 5 mile radius, with breath-taking views from most holes.


Cost per night:

Caravan/MH/DM and Awning (Inc electric, up to 2A 2C) – 20.00
Tent with electric (up to 2A 2C) – 20.00
Family tent (up to 2A 2C) – 18.00
Two man tent – 15.00
One man tent – 10.00
Extra Adults – 5.00
Extra Children – 3.00
Gazebos (One per unit, must be pre-booked) – 5.00

Open April 1st until October 31st 2009. All prices inclusive of VAT. VAT no: 124035218. Booking essential (01792) 371218.

Minimum 2 nights at weekends. Minimum 3 nights at bankholidays.

Awards and site recognition

• Finalist of ITV’s “Britain’s favourite view”, August 2007.
• The Sunday Times – named as “The Perfect pitch” with stunning views, May 2007.
• The Independant – Number one view from a campsite in the world, 2006.
• Country Life Magazine – “Best view in Wales”, 2002.
• Finalist in BBC competition to find “Most beautiful Bay in Britain”.
• Voted “Best campsite in Wales”, by Cool Camping, 2007.

Source: Three Cliffs Bay

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