Our Camp Site

The site is situated in the heart of the Marshwood Vale and is quiet and peaceful, set in 2.25 acres and is mainly flat with a tall hedge for shelter. Mains water is situated on the campsite. There is a cabin with 2 showers, 3 toilets, 3 handbasins with hot water and a kitchen area for washing up.  There is a chemical toilet disposal point on the site.

It caters for touring caravans, motorhomes and tents and 8 electrical hookups are available. There is ample room for tents not needing electricity.

Honey, cider and chutneys are available from the owners, along with flowers and some vegetables in the summer and autumn.

There is a conservation walk (guided or unguided) around the farm showing archaeological, geological and historical features as well as more recent developments such as a new orchard and bridge over the River Char both introduced within the last ten years. Deer may be seen during the walk.

The site is close to the Liberty Trail (a walk from Lyme Regis to Ham Hill to commemorate the Monmouth Rebellion). The national cycle Sustrans route can be joined less than half a mile away.


  • 3 showers
  • 4 toilets
  • 4 handbasins
  • Kitchen area
  • Tourist Information area
  • 12 electrical hookups
  • Plenty of tent spaces
  • 6 hardstandings
  • Large field for children to play in
  • Orchard walk where you may see deer and sheep
  • Opportunity for children to help with the geese
  • Guided Conservation Walk around the farm at least once a week
  • Paddling pool for small children (with adult supervision) available in August