Millands Farm

Whitford Road, Musbury, Axminster, Devon, EX13 7AN

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Ideal for ...

  • Beach stays
  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Peaceful stays

Why stay here ...

4 Miles from World Heritage Jurassic Coastline.

Situated on local bus route.

In East Devon area of outstanding natural beauty.

River Cottage HQ - 2 miles.

Facilities on site ...

  • Dog walk from site
  • Information room
  • Laundry facilities
  • Recycling facilities
  • TV reception: good
  • WC (exclusive use)

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0.5 acres

Electric amperage: 10

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Postcode:
EX13 7AN
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Lat 50.751296 / Lon -3.040273
OS field ref:
SY268953
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Transport links

  • Buses go to: Axminister, Seaton
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest train station: Axminster
  • Train station within 5 miles

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Lovely site

Just back from staying at this lovely site. A large level grassed site with a tarmac drive running down the middle with four hard standing pitches and one grass to the left hand side. So no worries if you arrive and its been raining for a long time, which is always a concern when staying on grass. A very peaceful site and far enough away from the Axminster to Seaton road for it not the be heard and a good country lane into the site for access. As others have said its great to have access to washing machine and tumble drier (we didn’t use them) for a small nominal fee if you need them, but the bigger bonus was a gents and ladies toilet! So that was one less task I had to deal with for our three night stay. The double bonus was the option to buy home garden produce for a small fee – the tomatoes and cucumber where excellent, far nicer than shop brought ones. We meant to have brought the two remaining bags of tomatoes before leaving to take home, but forgot. Ggrrrhhhh! So if you are looking for a CL site in this area I would certainly consider this one and we hope to return.
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Fabulous site.

We spent ten nights here towards the end of May 2019 and had a great time. Tina and Bertie are lovely people and very helpful. We enjoyed the fresh eggs that we always available. It was handy having the washing machine and dryer if needed. Travelling round the area was easy because we were close to the main A358. Exeter isn't too far away and the park and ride is an excellent way to use to go into the city. I thought Seaton was the best place for shopping (rather than Axminster) only 10 mins drive away and had a large Tesco and a Co-op. If we go to that area again I will certainly be giving Tina and Bertie a telephone call! Thank you for the lovely stay.

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Fantastic Site, owners very welcoming and always on hand to assist.

We visit this site regularly all year round. It is a wonderful site with many facilities including washing and drying machines, £1 coins required. Freshly laid chicken and ducks eggs, as well as fresh produce in the summer to purchase. The site has been upgraded to include Large Hard Standing pitches, which has been a welcome asset to us as we can visit for longer stays during the winter months in our Motorhome. Wonderful location to explore three Counties, Devon, Dorset and Somerset. Regular bus route to explore the Jurassic Coast. Local garage, Spar shop with post office. Further more, take a walk along to the Lyme Bay winery just down the road.
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Wonderful site!

Arriving after a long journey and three weeks from home, the washing machine and tumble dryer were welcome finds! Welcomed by Mr Harris on his grass cutter, this man does not stop working! Beautiful site, the nearest group of houses has a spar shop garage, and a good pub. But we were doing the tourist bit and found it easy to get to the area from here. You will need £1 coins (old ones as I write ) for washing machine and tumbler, the toilets are in the same building and good/clean. Four of the sites have their own water tap, near their electric point. We fused ours using too many things once, and the fuse was at the house, not at the point. No problem, always someone at home!
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Lovely site but don't expect 5 vans!

This is a lovely site, with excellent facilities (2 toilets, laundry facilities, library and seasonal produce are available). It is in a great area for exploring East Devon and West Dorset. The main field is large and open and there is a smaller, more enclosed area at the bottom of the site, which the owners call the "Royal Enclosure". This section is more sheltered and is closer to the facilities, but can feel a little cramped if 4 vans (its capacity) are here. Question: What more could we want? Answer: The owners to obey the 5 van rule and not accept up to 12 units, as was the case during our stay. There were never fewer than 8 units and there were at least 10 for the bulk of our fortnight, peaking at 12 for 4 nights. We had expected to be sited on the main field. This gives more open views and is what one sees when researching the site on Google Maps. However, we were placed in the "Royal Enclosure" and we should have guessed that the 5 van rule was never going to be honoured, as the main field accommodates up to 8 vans on its own. While we were there, quite a bit of building work was going on with tractors toing and froing in our section and various noise emanating from the nearby barn. It would have been nice if Mr Harris had explained what was going on, and maybe apologised for the noise, but nothing was mentioned. Luckily the works were not every day but there was some disturbance throughout our stay. Many members return here and for them the 5 van rule may not be important. However, for those like us who are first time visitors and place great importance on the intimacy of a 5 van CL, it completely changed the feel of the site. It would be a shame if Millands Farm was removed from the CL register, as it is a high quality site.

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