Back by popular demand: our fabulous Pop-Up site in the New Forest!
Have we got a treat for you this season...
Not only can you now camp on the exclusive Pylewell Estate, but you can enjoy exclusive sea views from our Embers Pop-Up campsite.
Mix in all the luxuries you're used to from Embers, and this really is camping in style. Our piping hot showers and flushing toilets are on site, as well as our spacious Bell Tents, Bundle Beds and metres of twinkling fairy lights!
So whether you've got an action-packed day planned or you’re just looking to enjoy the beautiful New Forest countryside, freshly wood-fired pizzas and your own personal firepit will be waiting for you each evening.
Our newest site resides on the magnificent Pylewell Estate, set within the New Forest and stretching alongside the beautiful Hampshire coastline.
Home to the Hon. David and Melanie Roper-Curzon, Pylewell is a large agricultural and sporting estate with stunning views over the Solent and Isle of Wight. With a long history dating back to the 12th century, the main alterations to the house were completed by William Ingham Whittaker in 1874, with the charming rhododendron gardens and ponds being developed in the early part of the last century.
While the House and Gardens are a private residence and not open to the general public, famous nearby attractions such as Exbury Gardens & Steam Railway and The Beaulieu Motor Museum are sure to keep everyone happily occupied.
Located just outside the picturesque harbour town of Lymington in the heart of the New Forest, our newest Embers Pop-Up is perfectly positioned to take full advantage of all the family-friendly, outdoor activities on offer in the New Forest National Park.
Swim, hike in the historic forest, kayak down Beaulieu river - or simply relax at the site with its exclusive, inspiring sea-views, warmed by the glow of your own campfire. And keep an eye out for all the super-friendly local wildlife too, especially the New Forest ponies.
Talking of horses, why not go for a horse ride from one of the stables near Brockenhurst. Or hire a bike and take one of the many trails that criss-cross the open landscape. Please enquire about bike hire and trail information at Cycle Experience in Brockenhurst using this link.
There is so much you can do in the New Forest and our new campsite is ideally positioned to take advantage of all there is on offer. You can kayak in Beaulieu river or horse ride near Brockenhurst. Or hire a bike and take one of the many trails that criss-cross the open landscape. Please ask our campsite managers on all there is to do in the local area. Please enquire at Cycle Experience, who are based in a Brockenhurst, just a few miles from the campsite on this link.See More Info
The soft-sand beaches of Bournemouth are just 20 miles from the campsite, and there are plenty of smaller rough-sand and pebble beaches nearer the campsite.
And if you stay at Embers, it’s so easy to go sailing in the Solent. There is an easy access into the Solent from Beaulieu - simply ask the Beaulieu River Harbour master herefor details.See More Info
We want you to enjoy your stay at Embers just as nature intended, but that doesn’t mean going without clean facilities. And so, as with all Embers Camping Pop-Up sites, you’ll find our modern shower and loo shacks on site.
All our bathrooms are kept meticulously clean and have flushing toilets and piping hot showers…a real comfort when you are camping, leaving you refreshed and ready to take on the day ahead – but please don’t forget to bring your own towel as these aren’t included.
There is a small but well-stocked shop on site, providing camping essentials such as milk, fresh bread, snacks, freshly ground coffee and bacon and eggs at reasonable prices. We’ve also got a fantastic ice cream freezer selling local ice cream in scoops and cones.
You'll find our site right on the beautiful coastline at Pylewell Park. We love a good view and oodles of safe space at Embers so ask that after unloading your vehicle you then park in the overnight car park for the duration of your stay. This also keeps the campsite full of safe open space, perfect for running around in and with open sight.See More Info