10 of Britain’s best pubs with campsites

10 of britains best pubs with campsites

Set in two hectares (five acres) of fields, orchard and gardens, the Gaggle of Geese is probably one of the few free houses that also run to a skittle alley, a crazy golf course and pygmy goats, as well as a cracking campsite. The owners offer local beers, a menu of pub classics, and a barbecue and pizza oven in summer. Campsite showers and loos are in a converted shepherd’s hut. There are a couple of shepherd’s huts to rent, too, if you prefer a little more luxe. Two adults from £16, pitchup.com, gaggleofgeese.co.uk

Photograph: The Daneway, Sapperton, Gloucestershire

Hidden down a somnolent country lane halfway between Stroud and Cirencester, the Daneway is a country pub seemingly from another age. Originally built as cottages for navvies, the inn is now a decadent den of posh pub grub and real ales. The campsite, 100 metres down the road, is an inviting little greensward beside a former canal, with a beautifully kept wet room. At weekends, campers can wolf down lunches of baguettes, sandwiches and home-baked delights at the pub’s open-air Muddy Boots Café. Adult £10, child £5, thedaneway…

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