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Stowford Manor Farm, Wingfield

Listed under Camps & Campsites in Bath, United Kingdom.

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Set in some of the most idyllic countryside in England, Stowford Manor Farm is a small, but neat and friendly campsite. Enjoy the traditional charms of the British countryside; a tree-fringed stream is a great spot to do some fishing, kids can explore the WWII bunker, and cream teas are served between 3 and 6pm.

Some stunning walks allow you to get up close and personal with the stunning landscape, with the historic town of Bradford on Avon just down the road. For a day out, the bustling city of Bath is a 15 minute drive away and is the only World Heritage city in the UK. Tent prices range from £8 a night, and showers are 50p.

Written by  Alex Allen.

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