Book yourself some
camping therapy

Bookings are only accepted via the availability calendar below.

2022 TARIFF

Pitch prices per night includes a car, tent or camper van / motorhome, 2 adults and children up to 3 years old.

We are unable to accommodate touring caravans.

We are a VAT registered business. Tariff is inclusive of VAT. (VAT number: 326373601)

Low SeasonPeak Season
Grass pitch£26.00£31.00
Electric hook-up£6.00£6.00

Extras – all season

Children3-15 years£5.00
Extra personsOver 15 years£11.00
Extra car/boat£5.00
Dog£4.00

2022 Season1 April to 25 September

Peak Season8-19 April, 29 April – 3 May,
27 May onwards until 5 September.

A 30% non-refundable deposit is required with the booking

Full payment is required within 30 days of the holiday start date

We will only pitch two associated parties next to each other on the Park

Life is a journey
- fill your tank
and drive

  • "Great campsite. They have built a new facilities block which had improved an already outstanding site. The plots are really spacious with electricity to each one. Fantastic views. I can't recommend enough."

    Alan Platt

    8 September 2021
  • "Lovely informal campsite in a beautiful location. Huge pitches screened off for privacy all with superb views."

    Sharon Hooker

    16 September 2021
  • "Well maintained site run by friendly owners. Scrupulously clean and modern washroom, which is closed twice a day to do a full Covid clean. It also offers a microwave and the option to use the fancy coffee machine."

    Scott Andrews

    5 August 2021
  • "Beautiful campsite. The toilet and shower block are excellent. Very clean. The grounds are well kept. Only a few minutes walk to the sandy/clean beach and places to eat and drink. Will visit again.  "

    Mandy Mackenzie

    12 June 2022
  • "Absolutely a fantastic site. Very clean facilities. Great pitches. Free Wi-fi and views to die for. The people who own the site are incredibly accommodating."

    Andrew Jackson

    11 August 2021
  • "Great facilities. Lovely views."

    Judith Ashcroft

    6 October 2020