The ultimate off-grid glamping experience in tranquil Wiltshire woodland

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From £109/night
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With made-up beds, wood-burning stove, all of your cooking equipment supplied and your very own loo, as well as the availability of hot showers you are off to a grand start.

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About this place

Best bits

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Plan your stay

What are the facilities like? Where can you eat? What can you do?

  • Swimming pool Swimming pool
  • Farm animals Farm animals
  • Indoor play room Indoor play room
  • Outdoor play equipment Outdoor play equipment


Eating at Campwell


Eating at Campwell


Eating at Campwell


Campwell Farm is not completely suitable for wheelchairs due to the toilet facility, which has narrow spaces, or steps leading into them. Other parts of the sites/tents can be made wheelchair friendly. It is worth noting that it is predominantly grass, making access for wheelchairs tricky at times.

Location & local area

Where is it and how do you get there?

By road

Campwell Farm is located off the B3108, between Bradford on Avon and Bath and the nearest motorway junction is the M4 at Bath or Chippenham. Winsley is the closest village.

By rail

The nearest train station is Bradford on Avon, only two miles from Campwell. Bath is five miles and a short taxi drive away, too.

By air

Bristol airport is the closest air link - approximately 25 miles away in a car (just less than an hour’s drive). Heathrow is around 95 miles (two hours’ drive).

About the owners


Owner Tim’s family have proudly farmed the surrounding land for five generations and his great grandfather, Herbert, ran the village pub in Winsley. Church Farm still has sheep (450 of them), but Tim decided to create Campwell Farm to offer other folks a bolthole to enjoy nature and get back to basics - in a highly civilised fashion.

Tips from the owners

Local things to do, places to eat and attractions not to be missed.

  • The Kennet and Avon Canal is a base for fantastic cycling, walking or even boating. This is three quarters of a mile away from us.

  • Longleat is 16 miles away and is a perfect and memorable day out for all the family. We also sell tickets at a reduced rate.

  • Family-run Hartley Farm Shop, next door to us, is a great trip for all foodies. They serve delicious breakfasts, coffees and cakes. There is a play area for younger children.

  • There are also a couple of wild swimming spots nearby. Head down to the River Avon (in the nearby Limpley Stoke Valley) and take a refreshing dip. We can recommend several favourite spots and rope-swings. One in particular has the brilliant Cross Guns pub round the corner too.