Simple, hassle-free accommodation for intrepid adventurers who want to explore the Northumberland landscape.
Gather your group and disconnect from modern life when you stay in this rural bolthole deep in the Edale Valley.
A tranquil base for walkers and outdoor lovers in the heart of the Lakes, perfect for exploring the region’s stunning crags, woods and waterfalls
Located in a quiet corner of the sprawling Castle Ward estate.
A relaxed, natural site set in the heart of the Great Langdale Valley.
Nestled on the western shoreline of Lake Windermere.
A simple site in a stunning location close to the shore of Coniston Water.
This campsite is situated on Cornwall’s dramatic Lizard peninsula, one of the country’s most picturesque holiday spots.
Sleep under the stars, away from it all.
Spend a night under the stars on the spot where the first Scouts camped over 100 years ago.
This remote valley, with towering mountains, cascading screes and an awe-inspiring lake, is an adventurer’s paradise.
Ismore Coppice Campground is on the edge of the National Trust's Attingham Park estate. This simple, informal site, on the banks of the River Severn is popular with canoeists as it offers access directly onto the river.
A Lake District woodland hideaway for 22 people, with the shores of Lake Windermere nearby.
Take your group on an island adventure when you stay in this sea-view cottage on Brownsea Island.
For bunkhouse accommodation a little less rustic, try this hotel standard house with an ensuite to every room.
A historic flint building with a colourful and bright interior, set alongside the Norfolk Coast Path. Whole and half centre hire available.
Based on the Stackpole estate this 44-sleeper bunkhouse is ideally placed for educational adventures.
Based on the Pembrokeshire coast, this 35-sleeper bunkhouse is perfect for groups with a sense of adventure.
Unwind in this rustic but contemporary stable conversion, set in 600 acres of gardens, woodland and countryside.