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814249 Post Posted: Thu Mar 18, 2010 12:59 pm Thank this member for this postReply with quote Add User to Ignore List Back To Top

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I am trying to compile a list of motorhome friendly pubs and car parks - ie places where you can enjoy a meal and drink and then park overnight, or a car park which doesn't have a barrier to keep you out!
For example, at Chesil Beach in Dorset you can park for 24 hours but not sleep in the van, which is ridiculous, and at Lyme Regis there are four designated motorhome bays which are always occupied by either skips or cars.
My local pub, The Royal Oak, in Corsley, Wiltshire, three miles from both Frome and the Longleat Estate, welcomes motorhomes which can park overnight in exchange for using the pub facilities. I am particulary interested in places to overnight in Devon and Cornwall.
 
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Hi Mer

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There are well over 350 parking places listed,

over 450 wild camping spots

and just a few pub stopovers ... actually only 16 but rising and of course we could do with some more... so please if you find some new ones please take the time to add them to "our" listings too.

Mike


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I have a list of MH friendly pubs already, there are several knocking around on the net, you may be duplicating work (re-inventing the wheel)
 
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Hello from Braunton Devon.

Re pub stopovers.

Dartmoor inn Lydford near Tavistock Devon ( food first class a bit expensive food but great real Ale)

Foxhunters inn Westdown near Ilfracombe Devon.

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This pub in Norfolk will allow you to overnight on the car park if you intend to eat/drink on the premises.
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Lovely, quiet location.

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we have found many pubs will let you stay in their car parks in return for you eating in their place - works well in our experience.


a guide is a good idea - but what happened to the one that a motorhoming publican setup? he was charging a subscription to access the data which we thought was a bit tight given all the free stuff around here so we never subscribed.

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- but £30 to join??? ffs

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hi
the railway inn, acklington,northumberland
good food and hook up
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i have joined the motorhome stopover club yes it did cost £30 to join but ithink there is 400 pubs on the list and found it very good value for money we have never had the landlords putting pressure on us to eat in there pubs but we usualy go and have a drink or two
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If there is a bit of un used -wanted land near fly overs down the side

and there is no signs or yellow lines saying no parking is it ok the park a caravan car van motorhome etc..over night
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