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Huntstile Organic Farm, Coathurst, nr Bridgwater, Somerset
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Huntstile Organic Farm, Coathurst, nr Bridgwater, SomersetHuntstile is foodie heaven. Owners Lizzie and John radiate a passion for good food and the whole place lives and breathes it.The farm covers over 650 acres of organic land nursing vegetables, soft fruit, wheat, oats, and barley, as well as medicinal crops for companies like Neal'sYard Remedies. Beef is produced from the herd of British white cattle, and there are chickens galore, for eggs aplenty.

This isn't a dedicated campsite but a farm-cum-B&B-cafe/ restaurant-self-catering-sort-of-a-place — and it's amazing...You can even get married here.There are technically five pitches, but you're more or less welcome to hunker down anywhere. So let your tent snuggle up to an old red-brick wall, the gypsy caravan, or even the pig pen.

You're in Quantock country, so circled by stunning rural Somerset and all its outdoor activities; and onsite walks seek out the ancient woodland or stone circle. It's hard to believe you're near the M5; all you can hear around here is wildlife. And it's lovely to stroll across the farmyard to the cafe for a cream tea or Full English, happy in the knowledge it's all fair trade with not a GM ingredient in sight.

Huntstile Organic Farm, Coathurst, nr Bridgwater, Somerset

COOL FACTOR Bijou camping by a 14th-century farmhouse with valley views and organic food.

WHO'S IN? Tents, campervans, caravans, children, dogs -yes. Croups - by arrangement.

ON SITE Five pitches (potentially more soon). No hook-ups or CDP. There's an eco-shower for a quick rinse (eco-friendly soap only), and an electric hot shower next to the main loo and washing-up area. Quiet time 10.30pm-7.30am. Onsite organic cafe, shop, restaurant, and veg garden. Breakfast available every day; supper by request. Garden games; maps for farm walks. No campfires... at present.

OFF SITE The Quantock Hills (www.quantockonline.co.uk) are close by, offering a range of outdoor activities. The fossils and freshwater ponds of Kilve Beach, on the north Somerset coast, are only a 20-minute drive away.

FOOD AND DRINK All yummy basics can be bought on site. Clavelshay Barn (01278 662629) on a neighbouring farm serves delicious lunches and dinners. The Rising Sun Inn (01823 432575), 5 miles away, serves gastropub food.

GETTING THERE See website for detailed directions.

OPEN March-October.

THE DAMAGE Tent plus 2 people £ 10 per night. Family tent/campervan/caravan £ 20.

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