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    Have a look at this one Beachcomber Campsite - Goswick my cousin stayed here last summer and it is dog friendly right next to the beach. When the tide is out you can walk over to Lindisfarne. The access road however is very bumpy with fair sized holes, mind that was last year they may have fixed it by now.

    Have stayed on this one myself Welcome to Budle Bay Campsite - Situated in beautiful Northumberland close to Bamburgh Castle

    Ooooh just found this and it looks lush might give a try myself with the van http://www.fallowfielddene.co.uk/

    Tjis looks lovely too http://www.demesnefarmcampsite.co.uk/index.php
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    Quote Originally Posted by tumbleweed View Post
    The Green Dragon, Hardraw - pub, waterfall, what more do you need ?
    The Green Dragon Inn Campsite , Hawes Campsites, North Yorkshire
    That's only for small tents, so no good I'm afraid

    Quote Originally Posted by Hedghog View Post
    Try the Wild Rose Campsite at Appleby.
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    It's a while since I stayed there but it was a good site a mixture of statics and touring plus an area for campers.
    Stayed here last year. I enjoyed it, but I want to leave this camp site for the warmer weather (July/August) so I can make use of the pool!

    Quote Originally Posted by Jax View Post
    Have a look at this one Beachcomber Campsite - Goswick my cousin stayed here last summer and it is dog friendly right next to the beach. When the tide is out you can walk over to Lindisfarne. The access road however is very bumpy with fair sized holes, mind that was last year they may have fixed it by now.
    Seems to only have EHU for caravans

    £3 to take the dog per night?!

    Quote Originally Posted by Jax View Post
    Ooooh just found this and it looks lush might give a try myself with the van Fallowfield Dene | Welcome to Fallowfield Dene
    Phoning them up now!

    Think this is definately a one for the future!

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    Go to Camp Refoogee - YouTube - American Dad I like Big butts < related clip

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jax
    Ooooh just found this and it looks lush might give a try myself with the van Fallowfield Dene | Welcome to Fallowfield Dene
    Phoned up, but the fella said they are "chocka" (his word!) that weekend. Definately in my bookmarks of campsites to visit though.

    Phoned up, and they can accomodate us. Pubs/Grub houses 100 yards away, plenty of walks nearby, exactly what we wanted - at £15 per night including EHU it's a bargain. Thanks Jax!

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    No worries Hightower I have been looking for myself for this coming easter and summer. Glad to help though. I will throw more in when I get home as have sackloads there too that you may find useful over the holiday period.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jax View Post
    No worries Hightower I have been looking for myself for this coming easter and summer. Glad to help though. I will throw more in when I get home as have sackloads there too that you may find useful over the holiday period.
    I was wanting to do France this summer for a fortnight, but looking at it I might just do 2 or 3 weeks in the UK. France can wait until next year.

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    Am planning on driving up to John O Groats and mosy round up there found a fab site with 5 ACRES on the beach at Dunnet Head. We are also hoping to fire over to Orkney in one of the vans and go see Skara Brae. We will follow the east coast all the way up and stop along the way. I had been hoping to get away at easter but the rock and roll seats are being fitted second week of the holidays.

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    I would strongly recomend Shell Island. Campsite | Camping | Day Trips | North Wales | Shell Island I went couple of years back and was so impressed. You can beach cast, crab fishand fly kites etc, it has a private beach with massive sand dunes for kids to play in. BAR WITH CHEAPISH BEER! disco karaoke, arcade room (nothing spectacular has pool table) shower block and wash facilities for pots pans etc for the price i thought it was fantastic.
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    We went here last summer. Nice campsite, though a little windy. Although it says no EHU with tent, they seemed very flexible, so I wouldn't think it's impossible (spose it depends how busy they are). Certainly worth a try!

    Looks like I'm a bit late, but the recommendation's there for anyone else!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Willott View Post
    We went here last summer. Nice campsite, though a little windy. Although it says no EHU with tent, they seemed very flexible, so I wouldn't think it's impossible (spose it depends how busy they are). Certainly worth a try!
    The reason they probably don't do the hookup for tents is the caravan pitches are likely to be hardstanding. I would hate to pitch my tent on the hardstanding pitches.

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    The pitch we had out trailer tent on didn't have hard standing from what I remember - I think they have part hard standing, part grass pitches with EHU.

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