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London Rd, Bourne End, Hemel Hempstead HP1 2RS, UK – 01442 873133
Really friendly and helpful staff. I work for a local council contractor and was having difficulty getting my company credit card unlocked for a purchase, after about 30 mins of waiting the staff member was willing to let me drive off and return to pay later! This was the first time I had ever used this shop yet they put their trust in me 100% unheard of in this day and age. If I ever have any camping needs this is the place I would go. 10 out 10 😁
I only found out about Complete Outdoors luckily on a search on google maps and I'm really glad I did. I wanted a shop that know's it's stuff and has well trained staff which is what I found. David there was AMAZING.. I needed some hiking boots and insoles for this year and next and he really helped guide me through the options, what they do and whats best for the support of my foot, legs and knees. I'm really glad I found this shop and will be popping back regularly!
198 High St, Berkhamsted HP4 3AP, UK – 01442 877786
Very small shop. Used to visiting much larger premises with more selection. They do say they can get stuff ordered in for next day, but if I want to order I'll do that from the comfort of my own sofa!
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Dudswell Ln, Berkhamsted HP4 1LE, UK – 07788 151022
If you enjoy proper wild camping like us then this is a great little campsite. Pros- Car park is right next to the camping area, fire pits are provided, wood to burn is easily found and the campsite is located in a lovely area for just relaxing by the tent or going on walks. Toilets are also available. Cons- the car park and camping area are both quite small so this can be a downer if it gets busy and you end up with noisey neighbours like we did on our second night. Although toilets are provided they are very old and basic with no lighting so make sure you take a torch in the dark and possibly your own toilet roll. Also drinking water was murky when coming out of the taps so we played it safe and stuck with bottled water. The campsite is located on the grounds of an old, huge house which outwardly looks quite spooky and there are a few stone Dragon features around which gives the place a lot of character which we loved! If you're happy with the basics then this could be the place for you however if you like to be located where all the action is and facilities are 5* then this probably isn't the place for you. We however will definitely be returning.
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