Home Cottage Farm

Bangors Road South, Iver, Buckinghamshire, SL0 0BB

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Rated 5 of 5

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Ideal for ...

  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Scenic views
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

For a site close to London we are amazingly quiet and rural. Our sheep graze the next field and free range poultry are usually visible. Airport noise is unobtrusive.

Access to the tube is from Uxbridge, 10 minutes away and there are plenty of walks as well as the open spaces of Burnham Beeches and Windsor Great Park. Other attractions are Windsor, Eton, Clifden, Thorpe Park, Legoland and Chessington Zoo.

Farm shop open in season and seasonal pick your own fruit.

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • Shop
  • TV reception: good
  • Working farm

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Latest arrival time: 7:00 PM

0.5 acres

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Postcode:
SL0 0BB
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GPS:
Lat 51.53475 / Lon -0.51437
OS field ref:
TQ029827
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Buses go to: Uxbridge, Slough and London
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest train station: Iver
  • Train station within 5 miles

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Our first stay as Caravan Club members!

Home Cottage Farm
Our first stay as Caravan Club members (in fact, we joined especially to be able to use this site as it is very near relatives!) We loved it. Hope they are all like this. It's a simple field next to another field full of sheep (very quiet sheep - they are much noisier where we live!) Red kites soaring overhead. Rather difficult to believe you are so close to London. We'll definitely be back as it had everything we needed and the owner was really pleasant.

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Reviewed on 08/07/2021 17:33

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So peaceful

Home Cottage Farm
A real little gem of a site. Woke up to a baby fox in the field next to us and woodpecker the otjer side. Also saw 3 wonderful full size deer. Forty five minute walk along a pavement to Iver station which has trains direct to Paddington. You can get the Metropolitan line from Uxbridge but having used that for many years to get yo work i know it can have delays. The dogs we saw were all muzzled and didn’t cause an issue at all. One we will keep on our ‘will use again’ list

ClewleysOnTour

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Reviewed on 17/06/2021 15:03

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A beautiful & friendly place

Home Cottage Farm
We absolutely loved this place, so much so that we stayed an extra night to our booked 6 nights. We found the owners very friendly and helpful. Access to the site looks tricky but the owners will advise the way to approach it and we had no trouble. The owners dog is very friendly and, although he barks when he sees you, he is always glad to see & greet someone. While we were there we covered Windsor/Eton, Marlow, Windsor Great Park & Virginia Water, Bekonscot Model Village, Langley Park (which is only 2 miles away) & Cliveden Park - all of which are highly recommended. We were also fascinated by the Red Kites which are in abundance here but taking a photo of one is not so easy. It was lovely to be at the back of a thriving self pick farm & fresh Raspberries & ice cream (the local shop is 10mins walk for the ice cream) were a treat along with the Victoria Plums. We will certainly be back next year. No electric hook up but our roof mounted solar panel & 12v tv did us proud.

DClissold

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Reviewed on 28/08/2020 15:41

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Not safe for children and dogs

Home Cottage Farm
The booking was simple and easy and done over the phone, the landlady just got my membership number. Arriving on the site, the signage does not really show you the proper direction as there are other signs for the fruit picking business. Use of pictograms could help. The site it self is a lovely spot, quiet and beautiful with the sheep grassing nearby. However, it is difficult to understand that some part of the fence around the camping site is electrical while most others are not. A live electrical fence does not call for a 'family friendly' site or a 'dog friendly' site. Neither does the landlord's/landlady's extremely aggressive dog, who did not hesitate to run hundreds of meters around the fruit field to un-motivated attacking and biting our female Cocker Spaniel. Even the landlady noticed the attack, she didn't bother to come around and have a conversation. Apparently a 'normal' and acceptable event for her. However, and a BIG however. It should be fairly anticipated that one can walk SAFELY with a dog from the campsite and to the public road without being attacked and bitten by a uncontrollable aggressive dog. Following the attack, we walked back to our caravan and had to take the car to bring us safely up to the nearby pub for our dinner. Two days after, sitting here on a Sunday afternoon, the landlord's dog is still walking freely around and coming down to the campsite and I have had to close my door so feel safe, in 32 degrees C. Not acceptable at all. I will strongly recommend that the Club is paying a visit here and reconsider if this site should be a CL? End of day, it must be possible to walk safely to the public road with a dog without being attacked and in fear of such.

RossTAB320

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Reviewed on 09/08/2020 13:27

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Great little place

Home Cottage Farm
Our first ever outing in the van, en-route to Suffolk. Pleasantly surprised. Only one tent at far end of field (we went in early September). Warm & friendly greeting by the owner, and a welcome journey break having travelled up from home near Exeter.

Iya

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Reviewed on 23/09/2019 13:23

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