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The Cotswolds

A beautiful part of the country and we are so lucky to be less than 20 minutes away from the Cotswolds.


The Cotswolds is an area of outstanding natural beauty, spanning nearly 800 miles and 5 counties, all with their own identity and bursting with some lovely campsites to set up home.


Travelling to the Cotswolds does feel a little like travelling back in time.

You’ll find honey-coloured, limestone villages that look as though they’ve wandered into the present day from another century. 

The Cotswolds aren’t just for the summer holidays. Every season there’s something new and interesting to do. In the colder months, you might enjoy a hearty pub meal by a roaring fire or head out for a brisk walk.

The warmer months bring spring lambs and the countryside flushes a vibrant shade of green, giving you plenty of opportunities to get out and about on foot, bike or in the camper van. 

Campervan rental, based in Swindon, Wiltshire near the Cotswolds, Chippenham, Bath, Bristol, Berkshire.

Wales - Cymru

Wales is famous for its wild and rugged coastline, enchanting beachgoers with golden sand, soaring cliffs and aquamarine water. If you love to really live and breathe a destination, beach camping in Wales is an incredible way to immerse yourself in the raw natural beauty of Cymru.

There are 361 campsites in Wales. The rugged landscapes, stunning coastline, charming seaside villages and epic history combine to make Wales a truly fantastic holiday destination. The beaches of Pembrokeshire are particularly popular with families, while Snowdonia and the Brecon Beacons are havens for those more adventurous.

Campervan rental, based in Swindon, Wiltshire near the Cotswolds, Chippenham, Bath, Bristol, Berkshire.

Dorset

Dorset has one of the best known coastlines in England. Extending eastwards from Lyme Regis the coast has numerous sandy beaches, perfect for family holidays. The town of Poole is home to one of the world's largest natural harbours and there are many nature reserves and marine parks along the coast. Notable amongst these is Chesil Bank, a huge pebble beach stretching from Weymouth to Bridport. There are also many attractive and unique coves such as Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove.

Campervan rental, based in Swindon, Wiltshire near the Cotswolds, Chippenham, Bath, Bristol, Berkshire.

Devon

Devon is probably best known for its coastal resorts, the dramatic cliffs that line the coast in the east of the county are great place for rock pooling, fishing and sailing.
North Devon’s coast is a haven for surfers and those that love scenic views. In the south, there is the English Rivera and Torbay, as well as the stunning beaches that can be found in Salcombe.

Campervan rental, based in Swindon, Wiltshire near the Cotswolds, Chippenham, Bath, Bristol, Berkshire.

Cornwall

Take advantage of the often stunning scenery by surfing off Atlantic coves, ambling across granite moors or striding out on the South West Coast Path across Cornwall’s sandy beaches and wild flower-strewn clifftops. 
Potter around lush gardens that can be found at Cornwall’s National Trust sites and in the modern biomes of the Eden Project alike. Explore super-quaint harbour towns, like Padstow and St Ives.

Campervan rental, based in Swindon, Wiltshire near the Cotswolds, Chippenham, Bath, Bristol, Berkshire.

Lake District

In England’s north western corner lies ancient Cumbria and the timeless landscapes of the Lake District. This is where modern tourism was born, in the shimmering lakes and hushed mountains whose radiant beauty inspired poets and painters to turn nature into art.
A landscape of adventure designed to challenge the imagination, from the exhilaration of the summits to the thrill of an open water swim.  The Lake District has something for everyone.

Campervan rental, based in Swindon, Wiltshire near the Cotswolds, Chippenham, Bath, Bristol, Berkshire. Available for weekend
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