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Looking for a location to camp in the UK ? Deepdale Backpackers & Campers has around 80 pitches and six tipis and yurts. The tipis are well-maintained and equipped with a cast-iron chimenea for heat, including kindling and fuel for the fire, foldaway chairs, a barbecue and a lantern. Sleeping in the round, with the wind whispering softly above you, is enchantment enough. There’s often an enthusiastic programme of events at the farm, with everything from stargazing to cookery classes with local produce. There are also diversions a-plenty in and around Burnham Deepdale. You are so near to the sea here that an excursion to the water’s edge is a must, with wonderful beaches beckoning and great coastal walks in abundance.

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A no frills, back to basics, right in the middle of nowhere style of camping, you’ll be blessed with gorgeous views of the Oxfordshire countryside, sheep, cows and nature at its best. A 380-acre farm, you won’t have to worry about stepping on your neighbour’s picnic blanket or tripping over their woodstove. But you will need all the bits and bobs for stripped back, wild camping – and don’t be surprised if you hear strange sounds in the dead of night.

A well-kept secret for years, and now under new management, the tiny campsite on Walberswick Beach offers peace, privacy, a beautiful location – and very little else. You pitch your tent among some beach huts, walk 10m through the dunes, and the waves are lapping against your toes. Facilities are limited to a fresh water tap; there are public loos in the village, a shop, and a couple of excellent (though often busy) pubs. Nearby attractions include the charming seaside resort of Southwold, famous for its grand pier and an iconic lighthouse that rises above the houses in the town centre.

The Orchard Campsite, Suffolk : Set over 11 acres, the Orchard is near a beautiful stretch of Suffolk coastline and Rendlesham Forest – the location of supposed UFO sightings in 1980. An on-site shop stuffed full of delicious local food (you can even pre-order before your stay) and over 200 types of wine, beer and spirits all help sweeten the deal, and if you’re not the outdoorsy type you can opt for a pre-erected tent. Just don’t expect to be pitched-up next to Mulder and Scully. 28 Spring Lane, Wickham Market, Suffolk IP13 0SJ.