Small farm campsite right in the heart Cotswolds and a short walk to the picturesque and historic village of Bibury.
About: Bibury Camping is set in a quiet corner of a field on an organic Cotswold sheep farm. We have plenty of space: over two acres for just ten pitches. This is mostly pasture but includes an area of woodland with a couple of small glades where you can pitch a tent.
The site is a short walk along peaceful footpaths from Bibury, one of Britain’s most famously scenic villages. The village has a pub, restaurant, tea rooms, post office/shop and a trout farm. Arlington Row and its 17th century weavers’ cottages are an international attraction. There are also many lovely longer walks and rides in the area around the Coln Valley.
We have converted a horse box into two high quality composting toilets and two hot water shower cubicles. It has step-free access. On the area of hard-standing there are also electricity points and open-air stainless steel sinks with worktop. Firepits are designated across the site. There are recycling facilities near the entrance.
Worth Noting: Right in the heart Cotswolds and a short walk to the picturesque and historic village of Bibury.
Number of Pitches: 20
Open: April to October
Site Owners: Richard, Dot & Gareth
Address: Rawbarrow Farm, Arlington, Bibury, Gloucestershire, GL7 5DN
Telephone: 07846 041753