The Camp at The Wave Launches in Bristol
As the surf world anticipates a hyped-up summer of more travel, new can now stay meters from the most consistent surf break in the UK. The Wave – the inland surfing destination in Bristol – has this week launched bookings for its new accommodation, The Camp at The Wave.
The UK’s first Wavegarden Cove surf park has just recently completed the 25 furnished tents, located near the shore of the surfing lake. The Wave says the tents pay homage to the surfing spirit of adventure and are built to withstand the elements. The tents are kitted out with comfortable beds, a kitchenette with hot water, private toilet, fridge, large balcony area at the front, and wood burner for heat.
The Wave has branded itself as having a core focus on Blue Health and embracing the complete gamut of surfing skill levels.
“With heights starting at 50cm and peaking at almost 2m there is something for everyone, from a child stepping on a board for the first time, to a pro surfer training for the Olympics,” said Abby Richardson at The Wave. “Every aspect of the surfing experience, from perfect waves and supportive coaching, to tried and tested wetsuits and boards, has been designed to ensure that surfing really is fun for all.”
Rates start at £105 per tent per night (£200 per tent per night in peak summer season). Tents sleeps up to 8 people, with a two-night minimum stay in the week and a three-night minimum stay over weekends. You can see more about The Camp at The Wave here.
The Wave is the first inland surfing destination of its kind in the world, powered by Wavegarden Cove technology. See the WavePoolMag review below.
Main image by TomG Photography