Campsite Closed

(last updated 18th March 2020)

In relation to the spread of the Corona Virus, Britchcombe Farm Campsite has reluctantly taken the difficult decision to close the campsite at this time.

We hope that we will be able to open again for the summer, following further government advice, and will keep you updated via the website.

We will be in touch with all customers to offer a full refund of any deposits already received.

FURTHER UPDATES AND INFORMATION WILL BE ADDED HERE - so please check back for further information

Britchcombe Farm

Within walking distance of the White Horse Hill with its magnificent views and historic myths, Britchcombe Farm has been enjoyed by thousands of campers for more than 10 years - many of who came back year after year.

Enjoy a delicious cream tea in our tea rooms, a roaring log fire in the evening or just relax and rewind in the unspoilt Oxfordshire countryside, our camp site is the perfect retreat for anyone looking to experience the this fabulous part of the country.

It is with great sadness that we need to tell you about the passing of our mother - the wonderful Marcella - in July 2019.

Britchcombe Farm and Campsite will be going on the market for sale in Summer 2020, therefore the campsite will cease trading on 19th September 2020 under its current management.

We will continue running the campsite, and taking bookings throughout the spring and summer of 2020, and still look forward to welcoming you.

We would like to thank all our campers for their support over the past 35 years. We know that Mum took great joy in meeting people from all over the world that joined us.

Joan, Edward and Ruth.

Camp site

Nestling under the White Horse, this site's appeal is its mystical location near the Ridgeway.

Britain's top 25 campsites in Telegraph Travel

Situated in the Vale of the White Horse, these camping fields offer some spectacular views... It's so peaceful after dark with very little light pollution, making it a great spot for stargazing.

Review in The Guardian