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UK England South West England Wiltshire Malmesbury Rouselands Farm Campsite

  • Sleeps 4 (max 4 adults, 3 children)
  • Cooking facilities
Tent pitch sleeping a maximum of 4 people located in the idyllic Wiltshire countryside on a 90 acre farm. We have lots of wildlife all around us , so make sure you bring your binoculars! We also sell our own produce onsite (steak, lamb mint sausages and meat joints).

The Owner Says

Our campsite is located in idyllic Wiltshire countryside on a 90 acre working farm. We have cattle, sheep and horses on the farm as well as wonderful wildlife all round us - barn owls, bats, swallows, heron, birds of prey, deer, hares and frogs. You can bring your own BBQ and firepits are permitted, you can hire these onsite.
With only 10 pitches, you will have the space to relax and unwind. We have just finished our showers and toilet block, complete with kitchen facilities such as a microwave, kettle, fridge freezer and a coin operated washing machine. You are welcome to bring your own food, but we do sell our own produce onsite (steak, lamb mint sausages and meat joints). There are a large number of local producers that we can point you in the right direction for or source food from including – pork sausages and bacon (Fernhill farm), milk, yoghurts, blue cheese (Brinkworth Dairy), and fresh eggs from our neighbor and bread from another local producer. Best to contact us in advance if there is something particular you are interested in but usually something can be purchased on the day.

About Rouselands Farm Campsite

Suitable For

Tent campers, families, groups – yes. There is also space for a small self-sufficient camper van / motorhome. Dogs are not permitted (except guide dogs). 

Nearby

It’s six miles (10-minute drive) to The Cotswolds, entered via the market town of Malmesbury, home to partially ruined Malmesbury Abbey (01666 826666). The abbey hosts the tomb of King Athelstan and a 15th-century Bible, and is renowned for its breathtaking Norman porch. The exquisite Abbey House Gardens, just next door, are worth a visit too. The first King of England is said to be buried somewhere in the garden, and 2 saints have been thrown down its well. Some of the most popular Cotswolds market towns are within a half-hour drive – Cirencester, Bourton-on-the-Water, Stow-on-the-Wold – as is Westonbirt Arboretum with 15,000 species of tree Historic sites like Bowood House & Gardens (01249 812102), Stonehenge and Castle Combe village are within an hour’s reach. The Wiltshire cycle path is just five minutes from Rouselands Farm and there are numerous small country lanes to explore. On a hot summer’s day, cool off at Cotswold Water Park (01285 868096) with its lakeside beach and boats for hire.

Food & Drink

For meat for the barbie, look no further than Rouseland Farm’s very own reared beef and lamb, with steaks, chops, joints and sausages all available to purchase on site. Nearby Fernhill Farm and Brinkworth Dairy (07977 580281) stock other local produce such as bacon, milk, yoghurt, and cheese, while the neighbours can supply farm-fresh eggs. There are a trio of cracking pubs all within a 5–10 mins drive of the site – The Three Crowns (01666 510366) in Brinkworth boasts a refined à la carte evening menu, as well as breakfasts on weekends. The Horse and Groom (01666 823904) in Charlton serves hearty pub grub alongside a great selection of real ales. The Rose and Crown at Lea (01666 822053) has a fantastic child-friendly beer garden and hosts live jazz in the evening.
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Location

Rouselands Farm Campsite is located at Rouselands Farm, Sundays Hill, Brinkworth, Chippenham, Wiltshire SN15 5AT

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Getting There

Postcode SN15 5AT may take you to the neighbouring Fernhill Farm, 100 metres up the hill. With Fernhill on your left-hand side, return down the hill and you will see the campsite entrance 50 metres on your right, with Rouselands Farm a further 100 metres on the right.