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Camping near Bewl Water
#1
Morning All

We're going away camping this weekend with the kids (8 & 12), thinking of somewhere around Bewl Water.  There a couple of campsites within the local area I wandered if anyone had any recommendations?

Thanks Smile
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#2
Cedar gables is a mile walk from teh shore and a couple of miles from the cafe area.  It is clean, quiet and friendly.  The only problem is that it is on a slight hill, but that's not the end of the world.  Local pubs are a short drive or walk but that would be along a busy road.  I would go back.  Its also quite cheap!
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#3
We spent the weekend there a couple of years ago and it was very nice despite the midnight frog invasion  :o  We just like to try different places out so wondered what else was about.
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#4
You can pitch a tent in my garden if you want for £30 a night

Downsides are its about 15 miles away plus my garden is all paved so best hope no wind oh and the outside tap doesnt work
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#5
I pitch a tent every morning regardless where I am...
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#6
"MudMonkey" Wrote:I pitch a tent every morning regardless where I am...

Not quite the family friendly weekend I had in mind  :o
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#7
Seems Cedar Gables is pretty much it for raelly near Bewl mate;
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however Bedgebury Camping at Goudhurst maybe worth a check;
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That's a great website for finding camping spots btw.
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#8
The Bedgebury one isnt open until August, looks bit expensive to at £28 a night for the family  :o

Had a root through ukcampsite and had come up with a couple of possibilities.
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#9
Are you going into Bewl itself? Do you know they charge a LOL WTF amount to get into the main car park, its per person in the car. There are other places you can park and then walk onto the trail but the closest will still be a couple of miles perhaps from the main visitor centre area. Likewise if going to Bedgebury then park on the A21 in the layby and walk in
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&quot;Breezer&quot; Wrote:Are you going into Bewl itself? Do you know they charge a LOL WTF amount to get into the main car park, its per person in the car. There are other places you can park and then walk onto the trail but the closest will still be a couple of miles perhaps from the main visitor centre area. Likewise if going to Bedgebury then park on the A21 in the layby and walk in

Walk in via the byway along the road though, the footpath from the layby is overgrown with stinging nettles etc at the mo.
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