Relaxed and rural camping is the name of the game at Folly Farm. There's nearly always enough space for everyone, even if that means pitching at the edge of a crop field, and there are stars aplenty to see at night, beautiful sunsets and a proper countryside feel to the whole place. It's a bit rough-and-ready – washing-up is outside, and you have to pay £1 per shower – but that's half its charm. You'll need your own wheels though. It's only a few minutes by car down to Bourton-on-the-Water but there are no shops or other facilities within strolling distance. Folly Farm Campsite is great cheap spot for exploring a not normally cheap corner of England.
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