Herston Caravan & Camp Site
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this campground rated in the past?
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
Photos of Herston Caravan & Camp Site
TripAdvisor Reviews Herston Caravan & Camp Site Swanage
Travel Blogs from Swanage
... and found a nearby 'square' to drive around and around to wait for her. It was fun. We drove around about twenty times. Amy thought that someone was looking at us funny. Turned out to be a shop mannikin so we teased her about that for the next 10 laps before Jo-Ann arrived and ot into the car. This was her third time in Bath in less than a year
The next stop was Lacock which is a National Trust village cauught in the turn of the 19th Century. The ...
... it. There are lots of interesting birds on the Fleet and I was amazed to see a flock of several hundred coots (normally I see them in very small numbers), lots of Brent geese and some shoveller ducks. I am sure there are many other species but I am not wise enough to recognise them. The site is an 8 mile walk from Weymouth and the other day when the weather was lovely I set off with optimism but eventually my legs told me not to be silly so I caught a ...
... called Beaulieu which was once the grounds of the manor house of the Montagu family who do still occupy the main home but lease or loan the rest of the area to be used for the National Motor Museum, picnic grounds, and to accommodate the 12th century abbey onsite being maintained as a museum. There's an open topped replica 1912 double decker bus and a monorail running through the estate to help you get around. We started off at the Top Gear exhibition which was fantastic ...
... a quick coffee at the cafe at the end of the esplanade, it was back to uphill, first along some roads but then back to tracks along the cliffs. At first the ups and downs weren't too bad and we stopped at the Smugglers Inn at Osmington Mills for morning tea and a rest. A very picturesque and historical little pub. We continued on and stopped at a little shop at a caravan ...
... for a late afternoon tea. At this stage, we were feeling fairly tired and thus we were fortunate that the onward route was along a former train line converted into a bike and walking path. But, part way along, the path was closed for building work for bridge repairs. Being a few minutes before 5pm on a Friday, we took a risk and continued along the path through the gap in the security fence that was being used by others. After a further couple of hundred ...