Two Counties Farm is appropriately named because of its location on the border of Dorset and Wiltshire. In fact, if you look hard enough, you can even find a stile between two of the fields that marks the border.
Eric and Pauline Mitchell originally took over the land in 1979 and built a dairy unit. After almost 30 years, hundreds of cows and too many early morning starts to count, they decided to finish up with the dairy farm and instead diversify into the leisure industry.
Today, Two Counties Farm offers the perfect place to relax and unwind. With a campsite that looks out onto the rolling Dorset and Wiltshire hills and two picturesque Fishing Lakes, you have the opportunity to switch off and enjoy the country air. If you’re feeling a little more active, you can test your skills at the Golf Driving Range or explore the local area.
There are many attractions situated within a short drive, including Longleat, National Trust - Stourhead House & Gardens and Shaftesbury’s famous Gold Hill to name but a few. Refreshments are never far away with the local pub just a 15 minute walk down the road (and if that sounds a bit taxing, there are bicycles for hire to get you there with ease!)