Camping in Weymouth

Last Sunday me and my friends went to Weymouth for a little camping gettaway! We chose Weymouth because they allow under 18’s to camp there without an adult and it was also fairly cheap.Weymouth Camping 063

We went camping basically on a farm! Eweleaze is only open as a campsite for 4 weeks of the year and the rest of the year it is used as a farm! So we were litterall camping on a farm. The facilities there were actually pretty good and there was so much to do on the campsite itself that you didn’t have to go out anywhere and you could stay on the campsite. There was a hay bail play area, loads of animals which you could pet/feed and so much more. You don’t even have to cook your own food because there is a restaurant, bakery, pizza van and a hot food counter! They also have a farm shop on site which sells amazing food that is all homemade! But because this is a farm they can get away with the expensive prices and if I could do it again I wouldn’t spend my money on the food at the campsite because for what it was, it wasn’t worth the money. I mean in the restaurant some tomato pasta, with feta cheese and olives was £10 and I sort of felt I could’ve cooked it myself for a lot less money… But I suppose it was a holiday, so I was happy to spend the money if it meant I didn’t have to cook!

Whilst we were in Weymouth we didn’t do too much because like the typical English summer the weather wasn’t it’s best and we had a lot of rain! We ened up just going into Weymouth and looking round some of the shops and spending most of our time in this wonderful independent cafe called The Good Life Cafe. We went here twice. The first time I had an afternoon tea which included a scone and a MASSIVE pot of tea and the next time we went I had a piece of Elderflower Victoria Sponge cake, which was suprisingly delicious and I never thought that combo would ever work! I really do recomend this cafe because it has BEAUTIFUL views and its just so vintagy that it was totaly a me place to go!

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For an afternoon we also headed down to Chesil Beach. We didn’t stay here very long because it was super cold! It was so windy and so we ended up just chilling in my car and heading back to the campsite for a barbeque and s’mores which were delicious!IMG_2721

The rest of the time we sort of just chilled at the campsite and just rested which was really nice.Weymouth Camping 062

This campsite was very nice and there were loads of families there so if you had some children and wanted to go on a camping holiday then I think this would be the perfect place to do it! Weymouth Camping 070 Weymouth Camping 076 Weymouth Camping 079If you would like to see a video of this my friend G has made a video of our time there so check it out!

I really enjoyed my time camping and spending the few days with the girlies and I look forward to plannning next years adventures!

~Ciara~

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