Re: Do National Trust full members get discounted NT campsite rates? Unfortunately not.
Do National Trust members get discount on campsites?
I am already a National Trust member, do I get a discount? A special note to our Members: unfortunately, we are unable to offer a reduction on our fees. But please note that profit generated from the campsite helps support and finance our conservation projects. We thank you enormously for your continued support.
Can you camp on National Trust?
There’s a long tradition of wild camping in the Lake District and the National Trust has always acknowledged this activity can take place as long as it’s within recognised guidelines. In 2020, we’re seeing a surge in people wanting to camp.
What do you get with a National Trust membership?
With National Trust membership you can enjoy:
- Free entry to over 500 places in our care.
- Free parking at most National Trust car parks.
- National Trust Handbook, full of information about our places.
- National Trust Magazine three times a year, packed with inspiration, interviews and news.
How can I get cheaper National Trust membership?
Buy a cheap National Trust gift card
While you can buy them directly on the National Trust online shop, look for discounted gift cards on places like eBay or Cardyard. This will reduce the cost of membership for the year.
Can I cancel National Trust membership?
Get in touch with the National Trust via email, phone number or post. Quote your membership number. Ask for a cancellation.
Can you camp on National Trust beaches?
A short walk from a secluded, sandy beach, this tent campsite and caravan park is perfect for beach lovers. With some onsite facilities including a small shop and laundrette, the campsite is ideal for a family holiday in Cornwall.
Can you camp for free in the Lake District?
Wild camping is not permitted anywhere in the Lake District without prior permission from the landowner. … Camping in car parks or on roadside verges is not allowed at any time. Instead choose from one of the many campsites in the Lake District, from quiet sites to glamping, there is something for everyone.
Where can you camp for free Lake District?
Holme Fell is a great spot for free camping in the Lake District. A relatively low fell of just under 300m it boasts superb views over Coniston Water and there are plenty of discreet spots among the heather to pitch your tent.
Can a National Trust member take a guest?
Individual life and individual senior life members may bring a guest for free at our pay-to-enter places. If your new membership card says ‘+ guest’ after your name, you are eligible.
Is Kew Gardens free for National Trust members?
National Trust members can enter Wakehurst’s gardens free of charge, on presentation of a valid membership card.
Can National Trust members visit English Heritage sites for free?
EH offers its members free or reduced entry to more than 100 other associated attractions in England, Scotland, Wales and the Isle of Man. Examples include 2-for-1 entry at the London Transport museum and 50% discount at Warwick Castle in the West Midlands.
Can you use someone else’s National Trust card?
2.2 Membership cards are for the named card holder(s) only. Membership may not be transferred to another person and Members are not permitted to allow another person to use their Membership card. 2.3 ‘Ordinary or Adult Member’ categories allow only the named card holder to enter our properties.
How much is joint membership for National Trust?
Joint membership for two adults is £120 a year. Both adults must be 18 years+ and living at the same address.
Is it worth buying a National Trust membership?
National Trust memberships are undoubtedly worth it. There are so many different places you can visit for free across the country, and when you throw in free car parking, as well as free entry to various locations overseas as well, then there is so much to love about being a National Trust member.