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Cool Camping Britain 3rd edition out of 1st May 2020


The UK’s best-selling camping series returns with the third edition of Cool Camping Britain. Features 175 hand-picked campsites across Britain, including over 80 new additions.

With camping continuing to be the fastest growing holiday sector in the UK and over 250,000 of their guidebooks already in gloveboxes and on bookshelves around the country, Cool Camping are releasing a third edition of their best-selling guide: Cool Camping Britain.

On sale from 1st May, this new edition features 175 stunning campsites with over 80 brand new finds, including an off-grid Eden within cycling distance of central London, a tiny campsite on a Devon vineyard and a family field beneath a beautiful working windmill. Each campsite has been carefully handpicked from the thousands of options across Britain and all are brought to life with dazzling colour photography and entertaining and insightful reviews.

This new title is compiled and edited by Cool Camping by Cool Camping author James Warner Smith.

True to form, this latest in the Cool Camping series steers away from more commercial and often crowded campsites in favour of quieter and quirkier offerings, be it on family farms, country estates or tucked in a private forest. Alongside each recommendation, you’ll find handy tips and information, from how to reach the site by public transport, to the best local activities and nearest farm shops and watering holes.

Whether you’re heading for the seaside or embarking on a mountain adventure, Cool Camping Britain is the essential glovebox companion – perfect for road trippers, seasoned campers and families on the hunt for that perfect summer pitch.

New additions for 2020 include:

  • Off-grid camping with extra touches – Dragonfly Woodland Camping, Pembrokeshire
    Partnered to a glampsite on the same farm, this is wild camping with perks; each pitch gets its own shelter, picnic bench and firepit, as well as a large communal shelter that can easily turn rainy days into table tennis tournaments. Opened in 2019.
  • Dreamy little West Country campsite – Ten Acres Vineyard, Devon
    This secluded, 15-pitch campsite sits amid a working vineyard, with self guided tours and weekend wine tastings (the tiny site shop is always well stocked with the vineyard’s best too). Devon’s sandy beaches are just 40 minutes drive away.
  • Off-grid eden near London – Lee Valley Almost Wild Campsite, Hertfordshire
    With hidden pitches tucked in woodland glades, this riverside campsite is a welcome escape from the city, despite being less than five miles from the M25 and within cycling distance of central London (15 miles from Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park).
  • Remote eco-escape on the Llyn Peninsula – Bert’s Kitchen Garden, North Wales
    Just 15 pitches have been mown into the wildflower meadow at this low-impact site, where the owners’ old campervan, now a quirky cafe, serves home-baked goodies and as much complimentary tea and coffee as you can drink. Stroll through the trees to a practically private shingle beach or hike the neighbouring mountain to watch the sunset.
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