Pub Stopovers

PUBS THAT ALLOW STOPOVERS

Click on an icon to see information on the pub and get sat. nav. coordinates. I created these maps of Pubs (& a few others) that have been known to allow stopovers for motorhomes so you should get a positive response.

I have collected these over the past 14 years as a motor-homer.

Please check our

Recommended Code of Conduct for Pub Stopovers

below the map


Legend and information

"RED ICON" = pub Stopover
CDP = toilet dump (Cassette disposal point) available at the pub.
P 3 = indicates if there is a restriction on numbers
£ = charge, and this may be a campsite where CDP may be available.
WiFi = Available but may be inside the pub
GDMP = Grey water disposal
"GREEN ICON" EHU = Electric hookup. "BLUE ICON" Pub next to a canal with access to Towpath walks
TRAIN iCON = Pub near old train line (Walking trails)
"GREY ICON" = awaiting completion
Tap/Click Left Hand box for Legend & Map Info. Tap/Click Right Hand box for Full Google Map

Recommended Code of Conduct for Pub Stopovers

  • As the number of users increases it's 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.

  • 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 others - 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 - Black or Grey on the pub car park. DO NOT leave any rubbish

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