Middle Campscott Farm is on the hillside above the village of Lee. It is at the head of a stream which flows down a steep wooded valley to the sea at Lee Bay. The land around the farm slopes gently to the north and because of its elevation it is often windy there. It is in the North Devon Coastal Heritage area and is a designated AONB. On clear days there are extensive views over the Bristol Channel to the Gower Peninsula. There has been a farm on the site probably since the 11th century and the pattern of fields and hedges has changed little since the local tythe map was drawn in the 1840’s. The fields are all currently pasture, with a sheep milking flock, Shetland sheep and goats.