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3 for you....Invercaimbe near Arisaig in Scotland
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Ardnamurchan campsite, Scotland

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And Cae Du in Wales as already mentioned....
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fullsunian wrote:3 for you....Invercaimbe near Arisaig in Scotland
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Ardnamurchan campsite, Scotland

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And Cae Du in Wales as already mentioned....
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Oh "pooh" :oops: just realised it says 'English' campsites :roll:
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They're close enough....and look good.

Were definitely off to the west coast of scotland the week after next....will check out our scottish sites.

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North Morte Farm. The pitches can be a bit on the sloping side but the views are stunning.

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Oh, if Scotland now counts, then Big Sands at Gairloch, Fortrose Campsite by Chanoray Point outside Inverness, Applecross Campsite, are all slap bang on the seashore.

In England, another one near Weymouth, Eweleaze Campsite is a bit pricey/ eco but has direct access to the beach and allows campfires.
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Ewellease says no motor homes - are they ok with vw's? It's more of a van than a motor home right!

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They're fine with campervans - at least there have always been some there when ever we've visited. I think the ban on anything larger or on caravans comes out of the fact that it's a single track lane going into the site with a quite steep hill at the end.
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http://www.eypehouse.co.uk/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

No sign on the main road, no electric hookup, crappy old toilet and shower facilities, down a windy narrow road, on a very steep hill = no caravans and large motor homes, perfect :D

will be there this weekend.

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Kingsdown in Deal, Kent. One of our favourites. Campfires allowed, direct beach access and a couple of nice pubs within walking distance. Stunning views (except the bongo) ;)
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Pwag20 wrote:Kingsdown in Deal, Kent. One of our favourites. Campfires allowed, direct beach access and a couple of nice pubs within walking distance. Stunning views (except the bongo) ;)
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Just been here. Very nice. But then wild camped the next night at the beach. Ace!
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Ah excellent. Did you try out the pub I recommended too? :)
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Try this one.
Cornwall again.
The site itself is not much to write home about but the view and the town are tops.
http://www.polzeathcamping.co.uk/tour/t ... -polzeath/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

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