Grass pitch for tents or trailer tents

UK England South West England Somerset Bath Loves Hill Camping

  • Sleeps 10 (max 10 adults, 5 children)
  • Dogs Allowed
Grass pitch for tents or trailer tents

The Owner Says

Grass pitch for tents or trailer tents 

About Loves Hill Camping

Suitable For

Campers, dogs (and other pets) – yes. Campervans, motorhomes, caravans – no.


The campsite is situated in the small village of Timsbury, which boasts a shop, pub, chip shop, and a park for those little humans. A footpath runs through the site and offers a route to walk down to the Cam Brook river, less than a mile away. Families with children might also be interested in Chew Valley Animal Park (07711 893964), 10 miles from the site, Wookey Hole Caves (01749 672243), or the East Somerset Railway (01749 880417), which are both 13 miles away. And there's always Longleat Safari Park, a drive of about 40 minutes (17 miles) away. Bath is within 10 miles of site and Bristol is within 15 with plenty of country walking in the nearby Mendip Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the Cotswolds AONB, equidistant east and west.

Food & Drink

There are plans for local food trucks to visit site so ask Nick on arrival whether to expect anything during your stay. Down the road in Timsbury, there's a fish and chip shop , Our Plaice (01761 470418), and a pub ,The Seven Stars, as well as The Connies Tea Room (01761 568451). There's also a Co-op if you want to stock up on supplies and cook on site.
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Rated ★★★★★ over 8 reviews



Honestly probably one of the nicest campsites i've ever been to - feel very lucky to have found it!!

Pitch Perfect

Nick the Owner was absolutely fantastic, extremely welcoming and generous with his time. This is Nick’s first season and boy what a start. The layout was perfect, different areas mowed out, allowing family and friends to be together but allowing plenty of space between fellow campers. Love Hill has that easy relaxed vibe. Compost toilets were really clean, and regularly cleaned. Showers one of the best I have used on a campsite. Washing up area with two sinks. Plenty of water taps on site, never too far to walk for water. Recycling and General Waste bins, plentiful on site and emptied regularly. Fire pits available to hire and Nick sold seasoned logs. At the weekend Nick had fresh coffee, croissants and pastries for sale, which was really appreciated. You could leave your phone with Nick to charge for a small fee. We went to Wells which is not too far and is well worth a visit, especially the Cathedral. I would also say it’s worth going to Book Barn International, selling second hand books and records, it also has a coffee shop (less than 10 mins drive). Unfortunately I would highly recommend this Campsite, I say unfortunately as I want to keep it as a well-kept secret. Thank you Nick for looking after us so well. Looking forward to seeing you next year.

Enjoyable, relaxing, well run, friendly

This is a well thought out site, with plenty of space and an eco-friendly ethos. The owner, Nick, is friendly and welcoming, the toilets are clean and well stocked. The shower block is one of the best I've seen on a campsite, and the basics are well covered. Sinks for washing up and stand pipes for drinking water. Plenty of rubbish barrels for waste and recycle barrels as well. The site is flat for the majority , but the further along you go the better views you get. Dogs are welcome and ours loved the attention she got. Definitely a site I would revisit. 18-22 Aug 2021.
Aug 24, 2021 by Karen Lear Verified Review

Friendly, no frills campsite, with lovely countryside views

Nick the owner was fantastic! Never too busy to help or answer questions. Tent pitch layout was lovely and had a bit of a wild camping feel. Fab showers , composting loos, washing up area ( no hot water) water pipes at regular intervals with recycling and rubbish bins ( collected regularly.) Tea/ coffee and croissants available on Saturday and Sunday am. Fire pits with wood . Very easy and relaxing. Our lab Guinness had a fantastic time as lots of walks around. Definitely booking for next year !
Aug 24, 2021 by Kathy Lamb Verified Review

The perfect getaway in nature

This is a great little campsite, with everything you need and nothing you don't. There are clean composting toilets, warm showers, and washing up sinks on hand, but apart from that it's all hay bails, firepits and good vibes. There's plenty of space around the pitches so you can camp with friends and family and have space from others, which also meant noise was never a problem. There are firepits and wood to hire, and tea, coffee and croissants available to buy in the morning. Nick was super friendly and helpful, even happily jump-starting our car when we needed help! Can't recommend enough, it's just a shame it's not open for more of the summer!
Aug 23, 2021 by Chris Verified Review
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Loves Hill Camping is located at South Road, Timsbury, Somerset BA2 0ES

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Getting There

From the A39, take the turning towards Timsbury (in Farmborough if coming from the north, or High Littleton from the south). If approaching from Farmborough follow the road south until you reach the crossroad by the recreation ground, straight over here and right at the T-junction at the end of this road. The campsite is approximately 750m on the left. If approaching from High Littleton, on the A39 take the turning for Timsbury then turn left at the mini roundabout and follow the road out in to the sticks. You will drop down the hill and, as it winds back up towards the village, you will be heading up Loves hill. Once in the village, there will be a wall on the left and an open field on the right. The campsite is 100m on the right after the 20mph sign. The best train station to use is Bath which has good bus links with Timsbury, a journey of 30 minutes. The campsite is a short walk from the bus stop. Nick may be able to come and help with your luggage if you have too much to carry and give a little warning.