5 of the best secluded winter camping spots

Jan 1, 2021 | Travel Tips

Winter camping can be full of unexpected joys. Feeling crisp leaves under foot, enjoying frosty views and walking through the foggy countryside can bring peace and tranquility. During these uncertain times, finding a secluded spot to take your TentBox is a must. 

These are our 5 favourite secluded camping spots to enjoy with your loved ones this Winter.

St David’s Celtic Camping And Bunkhouses

If you’re located in Wales, a great place to explore with your TentBox is the West Wales Coast. This campsite nestled on the shore of the Irish sea in Pembrokeshire is an amazing spot for stunning coastal views and a swimming cove a short walk away.

This site is located on a quiet working farm that has 3 large camping fields on the edge of the coast. You’ll wake up and look out onto the ocean, soaking in the views and enjoying some seclusion and privacy as you camp in Winter.

 

 

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Westland Farm, Lynton, Devon

Take a breather on this amazing campsite that features rolling fields, campfires and a small lake too. You’ll enjoy some winter camping amongst the many sheep that roam freely on the farm, and get to soak in the lush green landscape.

Whether you want a basic camping set up, a TentBox set up or a shepherd’s hut, this beautiful farm in Devon can accommodate you.

Holycombe Cotswold Camping, Warwickshire

If you’re looking to immerse yourself in the stunning countryside, then this site is the perfect spot. Holycombe is typical of the unspoiled Cotswold countryside, and the Cotswolds Camping at Holycombe site is located on the ground of a Norman Castle.

Rich in heritage and history, this location aligns the Warwickshire, Oxfordshire and Worcestershire borders. Enjoy the heart of the English countryside with some Winter Camping at Holycombe.

Botany Camping, Wiltshire

This beautiful campsite is perfect for an activity holiday, with great cycling, walking and fishing spots in the local countryside. Plus, if you like historical sites, Stonehenge, Bath and Salisbury are all 30 minutes away making it a great location for explorers.

Each pitch has a fire pit, making it great for Winter camping in the UK when the weather can be very cold. You’ll also get a fire starter pack with firelighters, wood, skewers and a hefty pack of marshmallows to get you started. A great location for some secluded winter camping with thoughtful touches that make this spot ideal for Tentboxers and normal campers alike.

 

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Broughton, Stockbridge, Hampshire

Five pitches across four acres tells you everything you need to know about how peaceful and secluded this site is. Broughton is the perfect place for some peaceful camping with views of the chalk downland and rolling green hills.

You’re on the doorstep of the New Forest, and located a short distance from Salisbury and Winchester too. A great place to rest and restore as you start the New Year.

Winter Camping With TentBox

Are you looking for the freedom to explore with TentBox? Having a bed on your roof can be an amazing way to get out more and enjoy some winter camping in the UK. Shop all of our models over on our online store.

 

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