This working farm, located in South Downs National Park, offers spacious fields for campers to unwind and relax while gathering around campfires and enjoying the surrounding soft, rolling hills. While it does have pretty modern facilities, this is really for true campers -- no caravans allowed, and no electrical hookups available. If you just can’t live without some of the little comforts of city life, it does have (still very basic) huts and camping pods you can rent as well.
Open only from March through November (when the weather is slightly more predictable), this super-secluded farm is way out there -- we’re talking no phone service, one road in, and miles of gorgeous, desolate space, with very little to get in the way of some serious personal recharge vibes. Of course, this kind of isolation isn’t for everyone, but when you really want to get away, it’s perfect. There are showers tucked away, but they’re a pound a go for 45 minutes of hot, steamy bliss after a long day of walking through hills, dales, and streams.