This road was by-passed by the A38 expressway. It is the old 3 lane road, up/down Haldon Hill. It basically only serves the odd house on the hill and as a route to a couple of villages but from a rather obtuse direction so the road is very little used. I have seen a few lorries using it as a rest area. There are no facilities and it is a hill so it won't be flat.
I have attached a pic with the road and parking stretch marked in red.
Northbound access is off the A38 expressway 2nd on...
The car park just before you get to the visitor centre has 2 areas to park in - both flat and 3.50 per day- until 16.30 -no overnight restrictions so I assume you can stay all night. Toilets were open 2/5/2021 so water available. Very quiet location , bays not marked so parking easy. Walk was 3 miles into Hastings - stunning views but lots of steps as well as the hedge lined path . Takes you into Hastings Old Town. Single track road for about 200 yards to reach it from the main road but you...
The Ladybower Inn
The Ladybower Inn is the perfect resting place for visitors. Set in the idyllic Peak District, we have stunning views of the Ladybower Reservoir & the rolling hills of the Peaks.
Fourth Generation of Family Brewing
Batemans has been brewing quality beer in Wainfleet since 1874. It’s still owned and run by the Bateman family, now in its fourth generation, and they use the same traditional craft brewing methods as their legendary great-grandfather...
The Crown Inn at Marnhull, located within the beautiful & tranquil Blackmore Vale in North Dorset, is a 16th century coaching inn steeped in history & which is said to have offered refreshment to travellers for centuries, possibly as early as the reign of King Henry VIII.
Today, The Crown offers the comfort & facilities of the 21st century in its timeless setting; including such original features as wooden beams, flagstone floors, inglenook fireplaces, the Plank & Muntin wall & even a...
Sir Walter Tyrrell
The Sir Walter Tyrrell is a delightful pub situated in Brook in the New Forest.
Many people call it ‘The Gem of the New Forest’.
Beer gardens, restaurant, bar and private function room
Tel: 023 8081 3170
Dragon Willows Farm is situated beneath Glastonbury Tor, on the Somerset moorlands. Our farm is a smallholding and much more, it's a complete way of life. The farm consists of 8 acres made up of meadows, vegetable/fruit beds, farm buildings and a small family home. We have created an eco, animal, and food friendly, self-sustaining smallholding selling a range of local fresh foods.
Our purpose is to provide ourselves with as much of our own food as we can and sell the rest, either fresh or...
The Golden Farm pub (thegoldenfarm.co.uk) is about a 10-15 minute walk to Cirencester town centre. At the moment there is only outside seating in marquees and wooden ‘pods’, but they now have a camping area behind the pub with Motorhome stayovers welcome (see their website). The walk into town is suitable for dogs, going via pavements and open spaces - look on Google maps - and Cirencester itself is very dog-friendly![ATTACH type="full"...
Located adj to the A46 approx 2 miles from Jct. 18 (Bath exit) on the M.4.
This is a huge, well maintained field ran by 'Funsters', Helen and Brian (Quackers)
Facilities include:- Drinking water, grey waste sink, Elsan point, 'drive over 'grey waste and extensive recycling.
Hand sanitation is provided at relevant points. The field is secured by 2 padlocked gates.
They have fire pits for hire, free range eggs (you have to try a goose egg !) and home grown honey is also for sale.
Stayed today for the day- it is in the car park next to the Co Op . No facilities ie no water /ehu/dump but in a very pleasant spot with a mowed field with trees over the low wall at the back- access via the path into town. Space for several mohos and room for an 8 footer - but IMO a bit dear per hour and £15 to park overnight.
Fantastic circular walk in the countryside on a Greystones Nature trail situated over the road in opposite direction to Bourton, village centre 5 mins away . It is...
This a small CL site in a very quiet setting by a working farm about 10 minutes walk on a no through road to village of Lea. Lea has a pub, but it's Arkell's so if you like your beer, maybe give it a miss, though there's a nice garden with play equipment. There is a footpath into Malmesbury, about a 20 minute walk on a mostly flat footpath across a field, along an old railway line and a metalled side road. Not suitable for wheelchairs or bikes, there is one stile, otherwise gates. Malmesbury...
This is a great and unusual pub it’s part pub part museum,set right on the side of the Lancaster canal . It’s a 10 minute walk from the Bridge house marina caravan park and a 30 min walk from Claylands caravan park. It serves a good choice of real ales and the food is pretty good too.
In 1939 a series of mounds at Sutton Hoo near Woodbridge, in the garden of Edith Pretty were excavated by Basil Brown, and revealed the remains of an Anglo-Saxon funerary ship and a huge cache of seventh-century royal treasure. After a treasure trove inquest it was decided that it belonged to Edith Pretty, she gave it to the British Museum.
The site is now in the hands of the National Trust and a replica of the ship and various parts of the treasure are in...
Parking on the Esplanade, you park on the entire length of the Esplanade from one end to the other with a few exceptions, and its all free. At the far end next to the golf club the bays aren't marked so longer vehicles can park, all the others are so you may upset wardens although I have never seen any. Gets very busy in summer. Very clean paid for toilets (20p I think from memory) with an attendant halfway along the Esplanade
Frinton likes to think its upmarket, so you will find very few if...
Overnight tolerated. Peaceful car park by the river, canal & train, about half a mile walk along the canal path from Cromford Mill & Cromford village. Cafes at the mill, & pubs & general store in the village. Cromford Mill is a world heritage site, & the site of the first factory in the world.
Large carpark next to the river, some pubs and eateries but not much in Walberswick its self. Nice spot to just chill or if your feeling energetic walk up the river and cross over into Southwold via the old railway bridge, the Southwold to Halesworth was a narrow gauge line (3') which closed in 1929. https://www.southwoldrailway.co.uk/history/
You can also take the foot ferry across the river where you will be rowed across in a small rowing boat.
The Pier carpark has 6 motorhome slots which allow overnight parking. To pay for these you have to use the Parking machine as the online pay site doesn't have that option.
Its up the end of the carpark on the left had side.
Suitable for 7.5m no facilities although there are public toilets next to the Pier.
Southwold is a nice town for a wander around plenty of smaller shops to browse, among its attractions is the Adnams Brewery shop.