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Cool Camping Britain's best views from a tent
  • Sango Sands, an almost mystical cliff-stop spot at the far end of Britain offers some truly spectacular scenery.

  • With amazing vertical, rocky scenery and a whole gamut of challenging walks, Gwern Gof Isaf Farm is a legendary campsite and your gateway to Snowdonia.

  • A spiritual atmosphere pervades at this holistic Cotswold retreat, and Holycombe comes with suitably awe-inspiring views to match.

  • With the Scilly Isles enjoying more than its fair share of the UK's average sunshine, Troytown Campsite is a far-flung beachfront site has sun-drenched seascape views to die for.

  • A tranquil Dorset haven with fifteen acres of enchanting woodland, the wildflowers and lakes are yours to explore at Riversidelakes.

  • The ever-popular Pembrokeshire site of Newgale offers unparalleled views and easy access to one of Wales' most popular surfing beaches.

  • The pastoral paradise of Little Meadow on the North Devon coast offers magnificent ocean views from the tiered camping field stretch to Wales and the choppy Atlantic beyond.

  • With your nearest neighbours to the north-west of the Icelandic, the sublimely located Lickisto Blackhouse on the Isle of Harris invites you to ruminate before the endless expanse of rock, sea and sky before you.

  • The idyllic Somerset site of Huntstile Organic Farm offers views of the picturesque Quantock Hills – an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty that inspired the Romantic poets.

  • Hooks House Farm is family-friendly and refreshingly low-key and the expansive vistas from this North Yorks site are truly enviable.

  • Deep in the heart of the Lake District, away from the throngs at Windermere, the tranquil Great Langdale sits in the shadow of the imposingly grand Langdale Pikes.

  • The full-circle views from the peaceful Welsh borders site at Foxholes Castle let you take in every undulating hillock along the 139-mile stretch of the Shropshire Way.

  • Caolasnacon is a secluded lochside retreat with sweeping panoramas of mountains and burns. Simply breathtaking.

  • The very definition of "getting away from it all", Badrallach is a ruggedly wild site on the remote Scoraig peninsula with stunning views over Little Loch Broome and the mighty An Teallach mountain.

  • Ardnamurchan is a majestic Highland hideaway on Scotland's west coast is ideally situated to unlock the secrets of one of the least-known parts of Britain.

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