Monday, 18 February 2013

Where to Camp?

Ok so we've spent the last few months concentrating on our vans and kitchen pods and thanks to your much appreciated comments we have established conversion designs and kitchen pods to the highest spec.

Now our workshop is filled with the hustle and bustle of customers vans ready for conversion along with our own campers for hire, we thought it time to reflect on the amazing places the UK and Europe has to offer; what use is a camper conversion if your not going to use it?

With premium comfort, a Leisure Hubs camper provides a service like no other as it allows a sturdy and safe environment which allows you to visit areas where traditional camping would be uncomfortable, such as the harsh weather conditions of the Scottish Highlands or Snowdonia.

Combining limitless camping opportunities and utmost comfort, over the next few blogs we’ll be taking a look at some of the best camping spots the UK and Europe has to offer…

Beautifully picturesque it is hard not to spend your entire camping trip standing in amazement at the lustrous scenery, which wouldn't look out of place in a fairytale.

Of course standing in awe of the scenery is not the only thing worth doing in Glendaruel, the campsite offers a sense of adventure, more than just an open space for tents and campers, the site offers beautiful woodland and surrounding hills, ideal for those who love to explore.

Also, the site is the perfect getaway for children during summer, as the village hall plays host to a range of activities spanning football and martial arts to film making and discovery days.

Pont-y-Pant, Dolwyddelan, Conwy

For a true representation of the amazing Welsh countryside, Pont-y-plant is rife with wildlife…the sheep variety mainly.

Perfectly kept by the wooly inhabitants means the campsite remains perfectly picturesque all year round and if you don’t mind the occasional bleet or baa, the site is a peaceful escape.

Not far from Snowdon, the campsite and its surrounding area is a hive of activity with fire pits for you to get back to basics, a river and local amenities just a couple of miles from the site.

Situated near the north Norfolk coastline, the Deepdale Farm, in Burnham Deepdale is an amazing British getaway which is said to be best experienced during Autumn, a rarity for most campsites to even be open.

During Autumn it appears that Deepdale Farm is brimming with natural splendour and is close to two local pubs, a supermarket and a range of great places to eat, offering the adventure of the great outdoors as well as the convenience of home. 

Stay tuned for our next blog which will delve even deeper into the UK’s best campsites.  

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