Barton Hill Farm

Newton Purcell, Buckingham, Buckinghamshire, MK18 4BA

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Rated 5 of 5

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Ideal for ...

  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

Wildlife meadows.

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • Recycling facilities
  • TV reception: good
  • Working farm

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1.75 acres

Recycling Facilities

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Postcode:
MK18 4BA
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Lat 51.962692 / Lon -1.081063
OS field ref:
SP632298
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Buses go to: Buckingham
  • Train station within 5 miles

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Peaceful stay

Off the beaten track to find one of the most tidy and clean working farms. All basic facilities provided but no WCs or showers so need to be self contained. TV signal and internet OK. The price now is £12 including EHU, and has been since 2019 according to a previous review. CAMC site directory and website still shows £10, its a shame that at least the CAMC website details are not updated more frequently to give members a better idea of price and avoid nasty shocks of hugely inflated prices.
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Got stuck with 4x4

When I arrived to the site met site owner at bungalow. The site cost £12 per night not the advertised £10. The weather was very wet (inbetweeners two storms) but the field was extremely boggy to the point I managed to get stuck trying to come away from site even with a 4x4 engaging diff locks and low range gearbox. The site its self has one water source to the left of the field and one sewer point to the right of the field. There is electric hookup points around the site. Entrance to the site is just after a bridge and not obvious if not looking for it. I did have a further 4 week stay booked to return as training at work but site have cancalled this stating the field is water logged and the damage I caused trying to get of the field on my last visit. The site owner did commit one arrive about how water logged the field was. I would have profered her to cancall the booking last time then to now stat I have damaged the field. There is no local shops to this site (of witch I could fine₩
Caravanner from Northamptonshire

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Lovely Relaxed Stay

We stayed here on 1/7/16 in advance of my niece's wedding at a nearby venue. Mrs Spiers met us on arrival personally and gave us all the info we needed for the site and our stay. The site is a grassy field so ramps are needed for leveling up in a motorhome, there is a water tap on one side of the field and electric hook up points across the field. A remote setting so make sure you take all you need with you if you have no other transport with you, it's completely peaceful with beautiful countryside walks on your doorstep which we would love to come back again to enjoy as unfortunately we didn't get a chance to this time due to the wedding celebrations.
Motorhomer from Bedfordshire

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Nice relaxing break

A very peaceful and well presented CL, our daughter Amber loved being able to see and stroke the horses. Easily accessible to Milton Keynes and surrounding area. Nice places to visit, we enjoyed Woburn Safari park and Roald Dahl museum down at Great Missenden. Would certainly come back.

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Very Peaceful

Large paddock there were three vans including us over the weekend and it felt very spacious. You might need two cables to reach the electric point depending on where you pitch up. Views over the fields on one side, the working farm on the other. Site good distance from the road and very quiet at night. Will visit again and convenient to visit Wykham Park Farm Shop and BakerGirl only 30 minutes away (both worth the visit).
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