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Lombard Farm According to Alastair, the owners of this farm campsite "have thought of everything to create a relaxing camping experience; wild swimming and canoeing, a hammock for lazy afternoons, a wood-fired hot tub and the choice of a huge tipi or yurt to sleep in".

Secret Garden"Discover a little oasis on the far-western edge of Cornwall," advises Jonathan.

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.

Its five pitches (plus loo and shower) are set within a small copse on an island on the Thames.

To get there, you'll have to walk, cycle or paddle in.

Wild Guernsey Jo says: "Tara and D'Arcy can show you how to forage on their land and the nearby seashore, then cook up wild tapas by the fire: picking winkles out with pins, making wild garlic bread and feasting on freshly gathered samphire.

"Push past the hens and palm trees and you'll discover 12 spacious pitches lining the garden's edges, each hidden away from the outside world".

Babes in the Woods"Babes in the Woods invites you to camp in their 300 acres of woodland for your hen-party," says Jo.

Bell tent and tipi interiors are "decked out with bunting, shabby chic throws and bedlinen, and the communal safari tent looks like a Bedouin palace – with fur throws and Moroccan lamps". Livingstone Lodge"Soak up that safari experience here without venturing into the Serengeti," says Jo. It's the pick of the island's stunning beaches."Woodpecker Yurt"Look out of your yurt here and you'll spot apple trees and vegetable patches," says Alastair."Replace L-plates and feather boas with bushcraft workshops, yoga sessions, cream teas and champagne and stay overnight in bell tents laced with rustic furniture and tweedy bedspreads."Troytown Farm Based on the western edge of St Agnes, Troytown Farm "runs right down to the beach.The site has amazing views of the Atlantic," says James."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).

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