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For entertainment, there's just "the rolling moors of Bodmin and each other".
Eweleaze Farm This "unique site, only open for a few weeks in August, has a festival atmosphere, with campers often staying for a fortnight", says James.
"The 10 canvas lodges overlook a watering hole, so you can sit on your verandah and watch zebras munching the lawn and herds of wildebeest galloping across the Kent plains."La Valette This campsite, on the car-free island of Sark, is one of the best places in the UK to see the night sky, says Richard. "This isn't surprising as it's set in the garden of a Queen Anne country house". Roundhill Campsite At this "large expanse of open heathland, in the New Forest, horses graze happily alongside campers," says Jonathan.
"There are no designated pitches, so choose between company or solitude, forest or open space and whether you want to walk or drive to the facilities." Also recommended by James.
Inside each one you'll find "furniture made by local craftsmen and, outside, your very own fire pit". Pinkhill Lock For anyone dreaming of a Swallows and Amazons experience, this campsite comes pretty close.
The site has amazing views of the Atlantic," says James."The facilities are basic but it has an amazing location overlooking Weymouth". The Yurt Retreat Unusually for a campsite, this one is adults-only. Part of an organic dairy farm, the site's four yurts and communal lodge (complete with kitchen, lounge and showers) are as wholesome as they come.Each yurt is styled with vintage or handmade furniture and comes with a log burner and its own loo."It's a wonderful way to explore the more remote stretches of the River Wye."West Lexham At this sustainable community and education centre, events range from "escape the Olympics" breaks to yoga weekends.You can also simply book in to stay in one of its bell tents and tuck into delicious local, organic food (barbecues, suppers and afternoon teas can be arranged).