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Updated Oct 2018

Pubs Allowing Stop-overs

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this will show the individual icons position clearer.

If you then click on the item the description box will appear with known details

Following a recent update

there are now over

1500 pubs on this map

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  • As the number of users increases Its time to consider some guidelines when using any pub as a stopover recommended on this and other sites

  • There is no right to stay, respect the landlords guidance

  • You are guests of the pub and it is expected that to stay overnight you will patronise their business by eating or drinking at the establishment.

  • Remember you may be saving a camp site fee so more than a packet of crisps and a coke

  • To avoid a wasted journey, it is best to call in advance and always have an alternative plan just in case

  • Park with respect to other customers - no parking sideways across a number of spaces!

  • These are NOT campsites so do not set out tables and chairs etc.

  • Stays should not be more than one night unless there is a camp site attached

  • Water and waste water disposal is not usually available, so plan on arriving with fresh water on board and your waste tanks empty.

  • DO NOT empty tanks - fresh or grey on the pub car park.

  • DO NOT leave any rubbish

Code of Conduct

Pub Stopover Amenities

Figures released at the show by the National Caravan Council (NCC) say there are now around 225,000 motorhomes on the road along with 550,000 caravans. That might go some way to explain why it can be hard to find a campsite pitch at peak times

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