Rhodeside

Chapel Lane, Curridge, Newbury, Berkshire, RG18 9DZ

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  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays

Why stay here ...

Our CL site is on a mowed field, with a level open aspect, in an AONB with easy access. Each pitch is serviced by both water and electricity and there is enough space for an awning. Locally the PH is a five minute walk and the area is excellent for dog walking. There is a local riding stable nearby and Newbury Showground is a 10 minute drive.

The Kennet and Avon canal flows through the nearby town of Newbury which, holds a market twice a week and offers a range of shops and restaurants. Local places of interest are the Living Rainforest, Englefield House and Highclere Castle, which was used as a backdrop to the Downton Abbey series.

Facilities on site ...

  • Dog walk from site
  • Recycling facilities
  • TV reception: good
  • Wi-Fi

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0.5 acres

Electric amperage: 16

Lawned site

Recycling Facilities

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Postcode:
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Lat 51.444721 / Lon -1.295506
OS field ref:
SU491718
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Nearest port: Southampton (45 miles)
  • Nearest train station: Newbury

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A YARD MARK

Rhodeside sets the bar for CLs, I just wish you wouldn’t tell everyone! This is probably our 4th or so stay here and we are about to book up for another. Hosts great, spacious pitches with water, elec AND free wifi. Good recycling point and chem waste. The lane can be busy at times (road noise) but its fleeting. If you want a central Berks location to come back to peace and quiet after a day out or somewhere for cracking local walks, the this is one ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
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Excellent site

What a great site, rural yet only 10 minutes from the M4. We knew there was ehu but very impressed with water and free wifi on each pitch. Lovely local walks. We were visiting Newbury then going on to South Wales so this site was perfect. Agree with others to avoid arriving at school time but apart from that made to feel very welcome.

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Very nice extended stay

I stayed on this site for work purpesses for a total of 4 weeks. The only thing that i can mark the site down for against peace and tranquility is that you are situated in the field next to the road, although i aknowlege this may not be within the sites control and there was very little traffic (Non main road) The site was extremely well maintained and the grass was well cut back. Each pitch had its own water suppy and there was Wifi at every electric point giving excellent signal coverage. There was one incidence of crime during my stay at the site and the security system damage, the owner was very reactive to this and proactivly had system restored very quickly the site gate is also lockable. There is a pub within walking distance although i found to be a little steep in price, there is a local fuel station within 4 miles by car where you can also change gas bottles. There is a number of biways that you can walk arround, there is also lots of hourse riding in the area. I found that the sites water dranage to be good with no concern of getting stuck. the loactions where the caravans are parked on are of a block paved strip area making pitching very easy and the block paving extended to where the caravan legs extended. I would be very happy to return to this site even for holiday purpases.
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Brill

So, the only down side to this lovely site (as mentioned by a previous member) don’t arrive around 3pm as the local school parents park CLOSE to the entrance and unless you have a wee Motorhome you just can’t get in. Other than that, idyllic. Owners friendly but not in your face. Close to many attractions and a short walk from a great country pub that does meals and is fog friendly Whilst £18 per night may be a bit steep for a CL without a loo block, this one does come with free wifi and a great location
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Good site

Well maintained site with good facilities. Beware of ariving around 3pm as the entrance may be restricted by cars at the school! Otherwise, first class.

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