We’re now closed for the 2018 season and our ChampBots are busy packing away beds and dusting down the pews. You’ll be able to book for the 2019 Champing™ season from 16th November. In the meantime, why not have a look at a selection of last season’s most popular sites below.

Booton, Norfolk – St Michael & All Angels

A favourite from our 2017 Champing™ season, this stunning church is huge yet cosy, and sits in a quiet spot overlooking patchwork green fields and the wide blue yonder.

Chiselhampton, Oxfordshire – St Katherine

Sitting pretty in hedge-lined seclusion just 6 miles southeast of the dreaming spires of Oxford, the simple Georgian beauty of St Katherine’s church in Chiselhampton is full of light.

Edlesborough, Buckinghamshire – St Mary’s Church

Set on a chalk hillock with fine views from its churchyard, St Mary’s is impressive inside and out.

Fordwich, Kent – St Mary the Virgin

The small and welcoming church of St Mary’s in Fordwich is just 3 miles from Canterbury and has been offering rest to weary pilgrims for centuries, sitting on the ancient Way of St Augustine.

Holme Lacy, Herefordshire – St Cuthbert’s Church

In a pretty setting on a bend in the River Wye, looking across to the Herefordshire hills, this delightful church enjoys a rich collection of monuments, beautiful stained glass windows as well as an unusual 17th-century font.

Warminghurst, West Sussex – Church of The Holy Sepulchre

This gem of a church has splendid views across to the Iron Age fort of Chanctonbury Ring on the South Downs.