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Britain's best campsites for 2013.
Wild beaches, rugged mountains, ancient forests… Britain has no shortage of stunning landscapes and camping can be the best (and most economical) way of seeing them, especially if the weather co-operates.
Whether you’re a canvas newbie or a camping pro, here are 10 beautiful places to pitch your tent this year. Share with us your favourite camping experiences in the comments below...
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Doward Park Campsite, between Ross on Wye and Monmouth is a small quiet site set in a clearing in the woods. 20 plus pitches, some with hook-ups and clean basic facilities. This is a site that people return to year after year. Friendly owner/operator who attracts quiet relaxed campers.
If Carlsberg made campsites etc etc.
1 mention for the lake district , theres more beauty there than the rest of the british isles put together,