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Using the Outwell Inlayzzz Carpet to make your tent bedrooms snug

Making your tent's bedrooms warm and comfortable is a must for a great family camping experience. The Outwell Inlayzzz can help with that.

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Outwell Wind Gust Pump

We have a closer look at this high-end electric pump, designed for safely inflating your tent, canoe, SUPs, or other inflatables.

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An Apology and The Lost Weekend

Weekends are precious. Summertime is especially busy. Plus: Leeds Castle, a massive air bed, tracking your kids, another campsite and lightweight chairs.

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Leeds Castle

If you are after visiting that classic looking castle that's surrounded by a large moat, then Leeds Castle in Kent is the place to head.

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Coleman Comfort Raised Double Airbed review

These extra large raised airbeds look more like a bed at home. But are they any good? We test out the Coleman Comfort Raised Double.

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Pods @ Broadway

Set in the grounds of Broadway Country House in West Wales our glamping pods are a great alternative to camping. Relax in the surroundings of coastal West Wales near the sea and the village of Laugharne (made famous by the poet Dylan Thomas) where you can explore nearby attractions, head out for walks on the Wales coast path or head to the family friendly coastal towns of Tenby and Saundersfoot.

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Tracking your kids activity with the ReimaGo

The ReimaGo is an activity sensor for kids, but is it any good, and should you get one?

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Oldbury Hill Campsite

Set in a clearing within Kent's wooded countryside is the Oldbury Hill campsite.
  1. This is an awesome little guide for the Oldbury Hill Campsite and the Kent area in general. We also wrote a nice little blog post about going camping with the kids, if you don’t mind me doing a little self-promotion.


    Jill 🙂

    3:58 pm on July 19, 2017

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Robens Pilgrim and Navigator Chairs

We test two lightweight chairs that fold down really small: a great way to make space in your car when travelling to the campsite.
  1. We’ve been using two of the Navigator chairs during our camping trips since March this year and agree they are a great lightweight bit of kit that packs down well. They are very comfortable, seem very robust so far and are good for stargazing. The only issue we’ve found is that they are very unstable when you are not sitting in them, so they are constantly falling over. On one occasion a gust of wind blew a chair over onto the campfire! Fortunately quick reactions on the part of my wife prevented any damage, so they do appear slightly fire resistant as well, which is a bonus. Yes, they are pricey but we got a National Trust discount at Cotswold Outdoor, which brought the cost down a bit. So yes, good chairs, but be prepared to be constantly picking them up off the floor!

    10:27 pm on July 6, 2017
  2. That’s brilliant information thanks for sharing!

    12:08 am on July 7, 2017

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A Wensleydale Bike Tour with Stage 1 Cycles

The Wensleydale area is a great place to explore by bike..and you can't go wrong with a bike tour for Stage 1 Cycles.

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