Love camping but not campers? In an extract from his book, Tiny Campsites, Dixe Wills picks Britain’s best miniature sites, where nature’s the star, nights are silent and even the loos have great views

Until 2016, the first thing visitors learned when staying at Dennis Farm was that it was not the campsite called Dennis Cove. The two were once one but then split, with the much larger Dennis Cove on one side of the headland, and the diminutive Dennis Farm site – an isolated strip of coastal loveliness, free from crowds, madding or otherwise – on the other. Now, to help avoid confusion, Dennis Farm has added “The Foreshore” to its name, which has the bonus of giving a clue as to where it is. However, since the campsites are run by members of the same family, they’ve decided to book in all campers at the same neat reception hut …

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Source: The Guardian

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