Back  | 3rd November 2023 | 8 minute read

The Finest Sites for Luxe Touring


From 5 Star Concierge Service to Hot Tubs Included, there are some spectacular sites to pitch up your Buccaneer

5 Star Concierge Service in the South Downs

Concierge Camping at Ratham Estate offers 27 spacious and fully serviced, hardstanding pitches tastefully landscaped into the rural surroundings available all year round.

The Ratham Estate is situated in West Ashling near Chichester. Steeped in history, it’s mentioned in the Domesday Book and originates from the 15th century. A working farm until the 1990s, the estate has three Grade II listed properties on site which include a charming circular thatched chapel, the original water mill and farmhouse. This ultra luxurious site is the ideal base for exploring the South Downs National Park, seaside towns and picture-perfect country villages.

Concierge Camping’s larger 14m x 6m hardstanding pitches accommodate your Buccaneer and awning… but, if you want to leave your awning at home, go even bigger with an Emperor Pitch. These fabulous pitches have day living Safari tents on them; housing a fridge/freezer, dishwasher, sink unit with granite worktops, dining area and log burning stove helping to keep you cosy and warm on cooler days.

The Old Oaks is an award-winning, adults-only park near iconic Glastonbury, in the heart of Somerset

This 5-star park is ideally located for you to explore all that this mystical region has to offer. From walking, cycling and fishing to attending the incredible Glastonbury Festival or Glastonbury Carnival, Old Oaks is the perfect place to see and do it all…

Choose from Standard, Super, Premier and Superior pitches – the latter with private garden and/or patio area, picnic bench, firepit and locally-handcrafted bird table.

The Old Oaks is your perfect Buccaneer base from which to see the best sights and experience the new – as well as ancient – hotspots! Climb Glastonbury Tor, mooch around Wells, brave the underground caves. The Old Oaks even offers art and photography workshops to make your stay even more memorable.

Croeso y Bargoed ~ Welcome to Bargoed, the fabulous family-run and family-friendly farm park in heart of the Ceredigion countryside

Nestled between the picturesque seaside towns of Aberaeron and New Quay, on the edge of Cardigan Bay, Bargoed Farm.

Open all-year-round, Bargoed offers 50 fully-serviced hardstanding pitches with lawn area … 20 of which come complete with their own Hot Tub. Yes, please!

Bargoed has its own on-site Farm Shop, The Moody Cow bar and the Moody Calf playbarn – with The Posh Cow winebar opening soon.

Bargoed says: “Our unique farm shop and Welsh bistro are built upon the foundation of Welsh and local food, drink and crafts. We want to showcase all the great things that are made in Wales, and celebrate them, all in one place. We use local producers of everything, from cheese to beers. Our food is homemade and delicious, and local producers are celebrated.”

It’s easy to see why Bargoed is a perennial favourite with our Customers.

Celebrity Caravanning in the Cotswolds

OK, you may not be hiding from the Paparazzi at Cotswold Farm Park, but owner and Countryfile presenter Adam Henson is no stranger to a selfie with our Customers.

The famous site offers touring and camping in the heart of the Cotswolds, with caravanners staying onsite benefiting from free Farm Park entry. Indulge in locally sourced dishes, served in the Ox Shed Cafe & Restaurant and enjoy Live Music evenings with super-talented local artists.

Discover the beauty of the Cotswold hills and explore the quintessential towns and villages: Bourton-on-the-Water, the Slaughters, Stow-on-the-Wold, Broadway, Painswick, Chipping Campden, Burford – there’s simply too many to list!

Beautiful – and different – in every season, this could be the perfect place for your next Buccaneer holiday.

Heated Pool in Kirkcudbright, the Scottish Artists Town

Fancy a Buccaneer break overlooking the Solway coast, in bonny Kirkcudbright, the Artists’ Town?

Delight in – or even sketch - views of Kirkcudbright Bay, over as far as Ross Island and its romantic lighthouse.

Seaward Holiday Park has you covered, but is spoiling guests even further with its lovely heated outdoor pool and access to Dhoon Bay’s sandy beaches.

Enjoy forest trails, cycling, fishing … and at the end of the day enjoy a sundowner overlooking the Solway and fire up the barbecue.

Seaward really is a little slice of Heaven in South West Scotland!

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