As late afternoon arrived it got a little chilly, so the family decided it was time to make use of the Takibi Fire & Grill. They pulled up the low chairs and bench and gathered around to enjoy a long-overdue catch-up.
Steve : “I used to do a lot of camping, from when I was young, with the cubs, scouts and venture scouts, through to family camping holidays. But I haven't been camping for a few years now for various reasons. The kids are grown up and we’re not living in the same home. The chance to get the whole family together at a campsite is really great!”
When using the Takibi Fire & Grill it is important to ensure your kindling and fire tools are within easy reach so you can keep your fire stoked. The durable Stacking Shelf Containers are great for safely storing tools, logs, and bags of charcoal.
“These fireside gloves are incredibly heat-resistant!” said Jake as he added logs to the fire.
Steve : “I love these low chairs and the bench. The design is really nice and they are super comfortable as well… they almost make you not want to get up!”
BBQ time with the Takibi Fire & Grill
Our fireplace can be transformed into a BBQ in a matter of seconds simply by attaching the grill bridge and net.
The brothers took the role of chefs for the day and prepped ingredients for the BBQ.
Joe : “The Tramezzino is super handy. It is a Hot Sandwich Maker, but here we are using it to make toast as well.”
The Iron Grill Table (IGT) system is a modular kitchen that can be customised to suit your individual needs. Pair with our wide variety of inserts, extensions, and storage options to create a communal cooking and dining space wherever you are. On this occasion, we used a hanging rack, Mesh trays, chopping board, and a Double BBQ box, to create a simple but functional mobile kitchen in the heart of the campsite.
BBQ Snow Peak style for a straightforward, relaxing and enjoyable experience.
* The tent and all of the gear used in these photos are available to buy HERE.
About the Campsite
Shooting Location : Long Acres campsite
Set amongst picturesque countryside just one hour’s drive from London, this beautiful family-owned camping and caravan park is the perfect place to escape and enjoy the tranquillity of nature.
Featuring a free-pitch wild camp area, a caravan site, and wooden glamping pods, along with a range of amenities, the park is surrounded by public footpaths and fringed by a bridle path that is perfect for cycling, whilst a number of nature-rich attractions, including, Ashdown Forest, The British Wildlife Centre, and Wakehurst Botanical Gardens, are just a short drive away.
Photography By: Holly Smith @hollysmithphoto