then back for lashings of free hot water under the shower and settling down on your chosen pitch to spark up a campfire under the north Devon sky...
the peeps at Branton's Fairlinch Camping reckon they do a 'classic camping experience' here, and we reckon they're right.
BBC Radio 5 live reporter Bob Walker joins the self-styled water pilgrim, Maxim Laithwaite.
One phrase has been the key to Maxim Laithwaite's survival on his nine-week walk with no money through the South West of England.
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The 29-year-old, who trained at Sandhurst as a medical support officer, is about to finish his remarkable, 600-mile journey which has relied on the generosity of passers-by for his food and shelter.
Relax and socialise in the main sitting room with doors leading to the garden and a wood burning stove to warm the coldest of toes and the wet room is absolutely perfect after those hazy days spent playing on one of the sandy beaches.
Upstairs the six lovely bedrooms are spacious and mainly garden-facing, two of the rooms are turret-style adding a touch of tower-like luxury.
His strategy is not to knock on doors but to engage people he meets about water conservation, the issue for which he is raising money, and to hope that his favoured phrase can elicit an offer of help. At a fish and chip shop near Lulworth Cove, after 15 miles and a full day on his feet, the young staff are sympathetic and take his leaflets but there is no goody bag or plate of food passed over the counter.
After a five-minute conversation, he tries the restaurant next-door, where the same strategy earns him a plate of fish and chips.