Coppet Hill

UK England South West England Dorset Bridport

  • 10+ metres between camping pitches
  • Deep cleaning of shared facilities
  • Deep clean between glamping guests
  • Individual toilets for glamping accommodation
  • Individual toilets per camping pitch
  • Campfires allowed
  • Hot Tubs
  • Campfires Allowed
  • Hot tubs
  • Beaches nearby
  • Good walks nearby
  • Beaches
  • Walking
Wildlife-friendly camping and glamping with private loos at each pitch, 15 minutes' drive from the coast

Coppet Hill Farm has been tended by Ellen’s family for 70 years and counting, established first by her grandfather back in the 1950s, the love of the land was born into each generation of the Streatfield family. Run in partnership with her parents, George and Amanda, the farm, once a dairy enterprise, has recently turned a new leaf, working with local organisations like the Dorset Wildlife Trust to prioritise the environment and biodiversity. The result is a sustainably farmed and responsibly managed campsite that's a relaxing retreat for campers and glampers and a permanent home to an ever-growing amount of wildlife.

For campers who like a little peace and quiet, the outcome of it all is heavenly. To ensure ample room for wildlife and habitats, the layout of the 10-acre camping meadow is wild and largely untouched. Pitches are spread out, with over 50 metres between each, and mown pathways lead into a small, central mown area where kids can play games. Facilities, meanwhile, include electric showers and drinking water taps, while each pitch has its own private composting loo nearby, as well as a firepit for that all-important campfire.

If you want a little luxury, Ellen has introduced a couple of glamping options, too, set in separate quiet meadows on the farm. There's a Lotus Belle Tent with a king-sized bed inside, a hot tub and its own kitchen and washing facilities, while a couple of 'Land Pods' – structures half way between a tent and a timber cabin – also have their own meadow space, with private ablutions and kitchen facilities.

While the quirky glamping options add intrigue and the wildlife-friendly camping has obvious appeal, it's really the location that makes the campsite stand out. Tucked in a fold down a narrow country road, views are of the hill that gives the farm its name, reached by following a bridleway that cuts through the land and runs up to the hilltop, a part of the long-distance Monarch's Way. Follow it another five miles and you'd ultimately end up in Bridport or change tack on the other side of the hill and you could potentially walk to Seatown or Charmouth Beach, though that, too, would take at least an hour and a half on foot. Hop in the car, though, and it's 15 minutes to either beach and 20 minutes to West Bay and Lyme Regis, where fossil hunting and ice-creams await.



Churchay Lotus Belle is well equipped with a king size bed (and optional children's camp beds if required), table and chairs.  It has its own compost loo and LPG shower, an alfresco kitchen with gas hob and cool box also has an alfresco Hikki wood fired hot tub and a firepit.  We also supply a solar power battery hub to charge phones and supply lighting.  The Landpods, Two Hoots and Little Coppet each have a double bunk bed and comfy seating area.  Each have their own compost loo and shower and alfresco kitchen area with gas hob and a firepit.  12 Acres our quiet camping meadow has 12 pitches (each suitable for one large bell tent or 2 smaller tents), each having its own compost loo, picnic bench and firepit.  There will be access to hot showers, freezer and a washing machine.  All bed linen is provided for Churchay, Two Hoots and Little Coppet.

Suitable For

Glampers and campers, couples and families.  We do not allow any campervans or caravans.  No dogs allowed.


There is an excellent pub The Shave Cross within a 20 minute walk from all the sites.  There are nearly 8 miles of nature trails on the farm offering a fantastic chance to explore the hills and enjoy the sea views.  We are also situated in a Dorset AONB and with the Jurassic Coast just a few miles away you will have plenty of opportunity for some fantastic scenery and activities.

Food & Drink

Washingpool is an excellent farm shop just 3 miles away.  West Dorset is well know for its fantastic array of local produce.  The Shave Cross pub is just 20 minutes walk from the camping field.



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The Owner Says

Just two miles from the Jurassic Coast, our 600-acre family farm is a peaceful haven for walking, wildlife and watching the world go by.  We offer our visitors the opportunity to stay in individual secluded corners of the farm, all off grid, but with the luxury of individual compost loos, picnic benches and firepits.  The quiet camping field, Landpods and Lotus Belle tent are all in different corners of the farm, do have a look at our map to find out more.


12 camping pitches, plus a glamping bell tent and two 'land pods'.


Grass pitch Sleeps 8
10m diameter grass pitch, maximum of 2 tents per pitch. Own compost loo, picnic bench and firepit.

Two Hoots Landpod

Pod Sleeps 4
This Landpod is nestled beside one of our beautiful wildlife ponds. It sleeps 4 in 2 double beds (bench could sleep small child if needed). A separate bathroom shed with an LPG shower and compost loo. There is an alfresco kitchen which includes a gas hob, large cool box, pots, pans, utensils and crockery and cutlery. A firepit is also supplied

Little Coppet Landpod

Pod Sleeps 4
This Landpod is perched on the side of Coppet Hill with views over the Marshwood Vale. It sleeps 4 in 2 double beds (plus single sofa bed suitable for child). Separate bathroom shed with an LPG shower and compost loo. There is an alfresco kitchen which includes a gas hob, cool box, utensils and crockery and cutlery. A firepit is also supplied

Churchay Lotus Belle

Bell tent Sleeps 4
Sleeps 4 (2 adults and 2 children). Private compost loo and LPG Shower. Hikki Wood Fired Hot Tub. Solar Power hub that has 4 USB sockets, used to charge phones, laptops and the LED lighting. Now with a wood burner.

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Getting There

Approaching from the west, turn left off the A35 opposite the Charmouth turning, signed Whitchuch Canonicorum.  Follow this lane into Whitchurch and turn left opposite The Five Bells pub.  Continue for a couple of miles and then turn right at the Coppet Hill sign.  Continue up the track past The Old Dairy and the Camping Field is the first field on the left.  For the Landpods, follow the same instructions, but park at The Old Dairy.  For Churchay, continue on through the farm for another half a mile and follow the signs to Churchay. Nearest train stations are Crewkerne, Dorchester or Axminster, all about 15 miles away.


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