Trail Accommodation - Camping

A picturesque countryside view on the North Downs Way

Camping Accommodation

Farnham to Guildford

National Caravan Council National HQ
Victoria Road, Aldershot, Hampshire, GU11 1SS
Tel: 01252 318251
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Tel No: 01252 318251

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Tilford Touring
Caravan & Camping Park, Tilford, Farnham, Surrey, GU10 2DF
Tel: 01252 792199
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East of Guildford to Brockham

The Camping & Caravanning Club Site - Horsley
Ockham Road North, East Horsley, Surrey, KT24 6PE
Tel: 01483 283273
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Contact: Mrs R Allen
Tel No: 01483 283273

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YHA Holmbury St Mary
Radnor Lane, Dorking, Surrey, RH5 6NW
Tel: 0345 371 9323
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YHA Holmbury St Mary stands in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the very edge of 4,000 acres of open access countryside and woodland. The Youth Hostel has large grounds and is perfect for playing, relaxing, dining and camping. It’s also ideally suited as a base to explore the Surrey Hills or walk the North Downs Way and Greensand Way. The rural location is only 30 miles from central London and about 20 miles from the major London airports. Please remember to check our parking information before leaving to explore our beautiful surroundings.

Nearby attractions include Alpine Snowsports Centre, Mercedes-Benz World, Thorpe Park, Chessington World of Adventure, Leith Hill, Box Hill, Holmbury Hill, Clandon Park, Legoland and London & Polesden Lacey.

Our guests can now hire bikes and book cycling activities before they arrive through our partners B1ke. For local cycle repairs or maintenance help our local bike shop is Head for the Hills in Dorking, 6 Miles from the hostel (call 01306 885007).

FREE WI-FI is available in communal areas for guests!


Grading: 2
Tel No: 0345 371 9323

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YHA Tanners Hatch
Off Ranmore Common Road, Dorking, Surrey, RH5 6BE
Tel: 0845 371 9542
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Picturesque and eco friendly hostel with plenty of charm and character in National Trust woodland close to the North Downs Way. A haven of peace and tranquility, you can relax in front of the real fire or enjoy a barbecue in the extensive grounds. This hostel offers an escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. In the evening relax in front of our open log fire or sit in the garden and enjoy the views across to Polesden Lacey National Trust estate.
 

The hostel is self-catering, has male and female dorms and all bedding is provided. Parking is in National Trust car park at RH5 6SR, 1km away. Please ring first to ensure availability.


Tel No: 0845 371 9542

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Brockham to Limpsfield

Alderstead Heath
Dean Lane, Merstham, Redhill, Surrey, RH1 3AH
Tel: 01737 644629
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With convenient access from the M25 motorway, Alderstead Heath Caravan Club Sites has a picturesque setting that you and your family will find ideal for a relaxing and peaceful holiday break. The site is surrounded by rolling wooded countryside and situated near the Pilgrims Way, there are many lovely walking trails - in particular across the North Downs - to explore at your leisure. The site is perfect for dog walkers; you can pick up details about the Downlands Circular Walk from the site entrance. The Fox pub can also be reached by foot and is approximately 40 minutes away. The caravan site offers the best of both worlds - the proximity of its location to London - makes this a great choice as a base to explore the non-stop activities of the capital. All pitches are level at Alderstead Heath Caravan Club Site to ensure your maximum comfort and convenience. Golfing enthusiasts will be delighted as there are several golf courses in the immediate area. The caravan site is also an ideal location for exploring much of Sussex, Kent and Surrey and the surrounding coastal areas. Shops and local amenities can be found in nearby Caterham and a local fish and chip van visits the site. For further details on this please ask the site warden. With a plentiful variety of day trips to choose from, options include family theme parks such as Chessington World of Adventures, National Trust properties such as Chartwell, some beautiful gardens, including RHS Wisley, and several racecourses. Denbies Wine Estate at Dorking is another nearby attraction that is well worth the visit.
Tel No: 01737 644629

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Limpsfield to Sevenoaks

Commonwork, Bore Place
Commonwork, Bore Place, Chiddingstone, Kent TN8 7AR, UK
Tel: 01732 463255
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Historic Bore Place House and a range of converted farm buildings are available for hire

Situated just 35 miles from London in the Kent countryside, near Sevenoaks, with easy access from the M25 motorway, Gatwick airport and mainline railway stations at Tonbridge, Sevenoaks and Edenbridge.

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Historic Bore Place House and a range of converted farm buildings are available for hire

Situated just 35 miles from London in the Kent countryside, near Sevenoaks, with easy access from the M25 motorway, Gatwick airport and mainline railway stations at Tonbridge, Sevenoaks and Edenbridge.

- See more at: http://www.commonwork.org/venue/accommodation-and-meeting-rooms#sthash.OCH3nglA.dpuf

Set at the heart of 500 acres of organically farmed land in the Low Weald of Kent, historic Bore Place House and a range of converted farm buildings provide a range of flexible accommodation for visitors to this beautiful, peaceful area close to the North Downs Way.

We offer flexible holiday accommodation for individuals, small groups, families and community groups and accommodation for organisations using our conference and meeting facilities.

  • buildings which are a mix of historically intriguing spaces with contemporary, sustainable design solutions
  • catering options for visitors ranging from full to self catering. Our on site chef creates delicious, healthy and sustainable meals using local, organic and fairly traded ingredients
  • licensed premises and can provide wine and beer, as well as locally produced fruit juices
  • gardens surrounding the venue providing a creative and nurturing space to relax

There is some space on site for those wishing to camp. Shower and toilet facilities available at all times.

  • Just 35 miles from London
  • Trains from central London take approximately 35 minutes to Sevenoaks
  • Railway stations at Tonbridge, Sevenoaks and Edenbridge, all within approx. 7 miles
  • Easy access from the M25 motorway
  • Gatwick airport approx. 24 miles

Contact: Commonwork
Tel No: 01732 463255

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Sevenoaks to Cuxton

Badgells Wood Camping
Badgells Wood, Whitehorse Road, Harvel, Meopham, Kent, DA13 0UF
Tel: 07528 609324
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Our aim is to let you enjoy the woodland in its natural form with your own campfire and plenty of space. In order to do this we need to preserve and maintain the ancient woodland and natural landscape in which you find yourselves. Our camp takes up 30acres of Whitehorse Wood; itself 250 acres of ancient woodland which is also designated as a local wildlife site and sits within the Kent Downs Area of Oustanding Natural Beauty. You wont be suprised to hear there are bluebells, butterflies and badgers galore - we are currently working with the Kent Wildlife Trust on our conservation plan for the woods. Badgells Wood was also once part of a World War II Training Camp - towards end of the war, nearly every officer in the British Army passed through here as part of his training. The remains of concrete tracks and hut bases can be glimpsed between the trees, giving a taste of what was here before. And going back even further – there is also 1km of trench remaining from WWI which the kids love exploring.

Pitches

The site is over 30acres with concrete roads for access – so no getting stuck in the mud!. You can park just off the side of the road and camp next to your car or head off deeper into the woods for a more secluded spot under the shade of an oak tree (we can help you in there with our quad bike). We are forming pitches and tracks in the woodland so that most of the woods will remain naturally overgrown and you will feel like you are camping on your own in the woods rather than in a campsite.

Off Grid Facilities

We run off-grid so it’s back to nature. We have gas powered showers, washing up area and event WC’s and will shortly have composting WC’s. It is basic and rustic but with everything you need! We also supply bio-degradable shower gel and washing-up liquid. We have to tank up fresh water so please use it sparingly. I am afraid its not suitable for drinking or preparing food, so please bring your own drinking water (or buy it in our shop).

Fires and Wood

There is nothing like the simplicity of a campfire to generate lifelong memories. However they do need to be treated with respect and common sense and we ask that campers re-use existing fire pits. We need to leave the deadwood to maintain the woodland ecology, so foraging is not allowed, however we have seasoned logs and kindling from the surrounding Estate available to buy.

Dogs

We welcome dogs but we need you to keep them and their poo under control. If you come in with a dog we will give you some poo bags and ask that you clear up after them wherever possible. They should be on a lead when not in the immediate vicinity of your pitch.

Noise & Amplified music

We do not allow amplified music, although you are very welcome to bring instruments or join in with some campfire songs..! Our wardens will do a walk around at 10pm to check that no-one is disturbing their neighours.

Rubbish

We have waste and recycling facilities – please bring back everything you take into the woods to keep the woods for the wildlife.

Shop

We have a small amount of essentials for sale on site such as drinking water, matches, firelighters and torches, tea, coffee & crisps..! As well as firewood and swedish candles.


Contact: Mike or Karina
Tel No: 07528 609324

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Gate House Wood Touring Park
Ford Lane, Wrotham Heath, Kent, TN15 7SD
Tel: 01732 843062
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Contact: Mr Derek Barnard
Tel No: 01732 843062

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Little Venice Country Park & Marina
Hampstead Lane, Maidstone, Kent ME18, UK
Tel: 01622 814158
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Tel No: 01622 814158

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