Best places to camp in sussex

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Campfires are allowed too.” Mellow Farm Camping Set on the River Wey, outside Farnham in Surrey, there are three camping areas to choose from.

Tania’s favourite is Oxbow, set in the old oxbow of the river.

” asks Tom of this canvas cottage at East Harptree, in Somerset.

“The stately grandeur of the manor house at Harptree Court has overflowed into this amazing three-pod yurt: think Georgian antiques, a roll-top bath and Persian rugs,” he explains.

Treen Farm This Cornish site, at Penwith near Porthcurno, is summed up by Tania as “a fantastic cliff-top family campsite with great views”.

There is “a lovely walk through a wild flower-filled lane down to Pedn-Vounder, Penwith’s most spectacular sands, or visit the delightful café or pub in the hamlet”.

“This site, on the Firle estate in Sussex, is essentially a field in a gorgeous location, where showers and other amenities have been provided.Stowford Manor Described by Tania as “idyllic, family-run riverside camping on a farm dating back to medieval times and home to England’s last river swimming club,” this site outside Trowbridge, in Wiltshire, also lays on fairtrade cream teas in the gardens in summer, made with cream from the farm’s cows.Longlands Devon This new site, outside Combe Martin, on the North Devon coast, is currently home to three decadent canvas-roofed cottages (two more are in the pipeline).Have a go at woodworking, or just chill out in the sauna yurt, knock up a pizza in the outdoor oven and take long walk,” he says.Cornish Tipi Holidays Near St Kew, Cornwall, this is “the original tipi and wild-swimming campsite”, according to Tania.

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