A new concept has been launched in Northumberland to connect caravanners with private landowners for wild camping experiences.
Wild With Consent offers exclusive overnight stays in some of the most beautiful remote spots in the north-east of England.
Only permitting one caravan in each location at a time, Wild With Consent represents an opportunity to get off the beaten track and reconnect with nature.
Grace Fell, founder of Wild With Consent, spent her childhood enjoying campervan holidays, which inspired the concept.
She said: “Every holiday was spent in our trusty Iveco campervan and we travelled all over the place. But Scotland and its ‘right to roam’ really captured my imagination.
“Being able to park right next to the sea or shore of a loch in complete isolation was a very special and liberating experience. South of the border, it is illegal to park anywhere other than a campsite, which in my mind, completely defeats the point of having a campervan!”
The locations offered by Wild With Consent have been handpicked to offer something truly special with unparalleled access to nature.
Among the options is a chance to stay at Elwick with views across the sea to Holy Island, which is crowned with the iconic Lindisfarne Castle.
Parked up less than 100 metres from the nature reserve, caravanners who listen carefully will be able to hear the sounds of seals and oyster catchers during their stay.
Locations featured by Wild With Consent are split into three categories – standard, premium and super premium – and are charged at £25, £50 and £100 respectively.
An introductory offer is currently available with 50 per cent off at selected locations. After making a booking, caravanners are sent an exact point to pitch up via What3Words.