Rectory Farm

Water Stratford Hill, Tingewick, Buckinghamshire, MK18 4PD

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  • Peaceful stays
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

A peaceful site on a working farm with scenic views over the Great Ouse valley with Stowe Landscape Gardens in the distance.

Access is extremely easy. Limited hardstanding for winter use. Good local pub. I'm very sorry but we are not able to accept dogs at Rectory Farm.

The CL is located just 5 miles from Silverstone the home of British Grand Prix and many other events throughout the year.

The National Trust properties of Stowe and Claydon House are very close by. Bletchley Park is less than half an hour away.

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  • TV reception: good
  • Working farm

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0.75 acres

Some sloping pitches

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Lat 52.0004 / Lon -1.0448
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Excellent choice

Our reason for visiting the area was to go to Bletchley Park & we were able to get a pitch at 'The Rectory' having tried others first. What a good decision accepting this pitch. The CL is in a lovely position at the end of a long concrete farm road,past farm buildings & the farm house ,on slightly higher ground. The site is beautifully kept,the grass short & easy underfoot. The pitches are well spaced with an open aspect allowing views over the fields. All the facilities are easily found ,clean and tidy. The owner..Mr Eaton..has been especially cautious with government guidelines on covid and hand sanisitzers are available at the chemical emptying point and the water outlet. Rubbish bins are near by. Couldn't be better & to 'top off ' the whole stay ,other than the occasional bleating from sheep..after all it's very much a working farm..it was so quiet and peaceful at night This is an area we would probably have not come to ,however, the villages around the famous 'Milton Keynes' are really pretty..in many cases typically 'chocolate box' in appearance. We really enjoyed our visit to the 'codebreakers' museum & the wander through these villages. Although we didn't 'eat out', the local we did have a drink at,was 'open for business' & the menu for food looked very good. This isn't a hard site to find IF you follow the instructions given & well worth a visit. Thankyou Mr & Mrs Eaton for such a warm welcome and perfect stay.
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Peaceful relaxing visit

Booked here as we had our annual visit to dealership for van checks. Welcoming friendly owners. Fantastic site. Well set out, spacious pitches. Water etc all within easy access. Beautiful part of the country, cycling is excellent as the smaller roads are so quiet. Lots of small picturesque villages to visit and one or two National Trust properties. Pub serving food within walking distance. Excellent walks from the site. Definitely one we will be revisiting.
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excellent short stay

we stayed at the rectory farm earley april(18) as a cancellation of our booked site due to flooding and what an excellent booking the owners where extremely helpfull and the farm was nearley spotless for a working farm i got some amazing photos of the young livestock and scenery ideally located for veiwing a few of the national trust houses and the very impressive Bletchley Park we had a very relaxed stay and would recommend to all caravaners, we will be booking this farm again for our april trip
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First Class Stay

We booked Rectory Farm for the Silverstone British Grand Prix. Just 12 minutes drive from this CL to Silverstone car park, it is ideally situated. A wide open field with the five pitched wide enough apart. Good power levels with water and services close by. Not the flattest of fields but nothing to give any serious problems. The farmer and his wife Anne are particularly friendly pointing out local walks as well as pubs and nearby take away. We would certainly recommend this CL. Many thanks to Rectory Farm for a first class stay.
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Rectory Farm

Very nice site with lovely views from the site. Site is on a working farm with a slight slope on the CL area. Directions are good and entrance to the site is easy. Lots of things to do within a short drive.
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