Campsites near sussex coast
Kindling, firelighters, BBQs and bags of logs can be purchased on site. Burnham Deepdale, Norfolk Deepdale Backpackers & Campers has around 80 pitches and six tipis and yurts.The tipis are well-maintained and equipped with a cast-iron chimenea for heat, including kindling and fuel for the fire, foldaway chairs, a barbecue and a lantern.The first-rate views really make this site: from its grassy field sloping towards the sea you can watch the tide wash in and out over the whole sweep of shoreline, or gaze across a patchwork of sheep- and cow-dotted fields, woods, rolling hills and moors. The owners, Jill and Gordon Halder, are famously attentive, ensuring that visitors have everything they need. Ninham, Shanklin, Isle of Wight Located on the southeast of the aptly nicknamed ‘Garden Isle’, Ninham Country Holidays is a campsite with a secluded rural feel, yet one that remains a short distance from one of the nicest resorts on the coast.
And if you’re not here for the surf, it’s just as great being able to wake up and see the ocean each morning before you cook your breakfast sausages.
The stunning Croyde Bay provides a perfect canvas for this unparalleled campsite masterpiece, and the site is on the coastal path, so it’s easy to reach the neighbouring beaches on foot. Large tents can be accommodated at the top of the campsite.
What's allowed Tents, campervans, well-behaved groups – yes. Kids welcome but the owners prefer to limit the number of children on site, so check when booking. Wi-Fi internet access, BBQ bricks, mobile phone charging at reception, cold drinks and snacks, friendly staff on site 24 hrs.
There are also diversions a-plenty in and around Burnham Deepdale.
You are so near to the sea here that an excursion to the water’s edge is a must, with wonderful beaches beckoning and great coastal walks in abundance.
Cyclists or guests arriving on foot and/or by public transport do not pay a pitch fee.