The best pubs with campsites you can stay overnight from £8 each per night

PUB-GOERS who don't want the night to end when it is last orders, can camp at a number of drinking establishments across the UK.

Some cost as little as £8 each per night, so you can stumble back to your tent without breaking the bank.

Camping website has seen bookings for campsites soar in recent weeks as families opt for a UK holiday.

With pubs able to open from April 12, as long as punters stay outside, many friends and family members will be flocking to get a long-awaited pint.

From May 17, pubs will be able to welcome drinkers inside as well.

Dan Yates, founder of, said: “Pubs that offer camping and caravan sites are a great choice for an outdoor break, as an opportunity to discover the British countryside, with food and drink close to hand.

'It’s also a great way for holidaymakers to help secure the future of the precious village pub.”

Here are some of the best pubs with campsites you can still book.

The Red Lion, Newmarket

The Red Lion, a dog-friendly pub, has a campsite just a few minutes walk away.

Guests can book in for breakfast or lunch, and they also offer packed lunches to take away.

Want something off menu? They offer meal options for vegan and vegetarian diners on request.

Tent grass pitches from £16 for two people.

Duke of York, Buxton

Buxton pub Duke of York's campsite is adults-only so don't worry about any young kids running around.

There are great views of the Peak District from both the pub and the campsite.

It is just seven miles from Bakewell, and there are lots of walking and cycling routes nearby.

Grass pitches and motorhome pitches from £25 for two people.

Holly Tree Country Caravan Park and Pub, Lincolnshire

Dog-friendly pub Holly Tree has just 10 minutes from Skegness so you can head to the seaside easily.

Otherwise, the campsite is located next to the 16th century pub.

If you need entertaining bingo nights and pub quizzes are regular events, as well as the strange maggot racing.

Grass pitches from £17.65 for six people.

Limeburners Arms Campsite, Billingshurst

The 17th-century pub Limeburners Arms is surrounded by the countryside including the South Downs National Park.

Along with a beer garden and local ales, the campsites is found just behind the pub.

It is even open all year round, weather depending.

Grass pitches from £30 for four people, or camping pods for £120.

The Marlbank Inn, Malvern

In rural Worcestershire is country pub The Marlbank Inn.

A playground is on-site and dogs are welcome so it is a great family-friendly option.

The camping field is sheltered and has amazing views of the countryside, although there are walking and cycling trails nearby.

Grass tent and campervan pitches from £20 for two people.

The Ring, Isle of Anglesey

Located on the Isle of Anglesey, The Ring is a small pub just four miles from the coast at Bull Bay.

There are lots of walking routes, many with sea views which are best followed up by a drink and dinner at the pub.

The tiny pub only has five pitches, however, so you may have to book far ahead to get a pitch.

Grass motorhome or campervan pitches from £16 for two people.

We've rounded up the best British pubs with huge gardens so you can easily socially distance this summer.

If you fancy staying but are not a fan of camping, many pubs have rooms available for just £40 a night.

Or you can rent an entire pub with your mates, which includes a working bar for the night.

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