The Mill House

Mosterton, Beaminster, Dorset, DT8 3HG

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Ideal for ...

  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views

Why stay here ...

  • Peaceful, lawned site with countryside views and beach within 10 miles; tv reception good.
  • Village shop and Admiral Hood local pub within walking distance serving good food.
  • Barrington Court, Montacue, Forde Abbey Gardens, Sherborne Abbey and Sherborne Castle all nearby.
  • Golf courses, cinemas and bowling alleys.
  • Abbotsbury swannery 40 minutes drive away.
  • Open all year subject to weather.

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • TV reception: good
  • WC (exclusive use)

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1.5 acres

Lawned site

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Postcode:
DT8 3HG
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GPS:
Lat 50.845161 / Lon -2.771668
OS field ref:
ST459053
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Buses go to: Bridport, Yeovil
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest port: Weymouth (28 miles)
  • Nearest train station: Crewkerne
  • Train station within 5 miles

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A real gem of a CL.

Our first stay on this CL and it offers just what we like, peace, tranquility, views, clean and tidy, access to lovely countryside and places to visit. All this as well as a very enthusiastic, helpful and welcoming host in Nigel. Thank you.
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Most Welcoming

Stayed here for the first May BH. Welcomed by Nigel, very friendly and helpful. The site is fairly level, just need to pick your spot. It was quite a warm weekend, which made the toilet novel. For those that have been here it looks like and feels like one of those sweatboxes in the P.O.W. films. Nevertheless it is clean and functional. The field held up well after the deluge of rain over the previous weeks. The pub nearby is worth a visit for a meal. Plenty of places to visit. Had a bit of a flap where our friends lost their car keys in Crewekerne. Nigel made it his mission to try to find them by visiting most of the shops there. Well done and thanks. Would thoroughly recommend the site, it is peaceful, clean and tidy with great views.
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Just right for us!

Despite the worry by Nigel that the site was very wet we managed to get on although we did make one lot of ruts. The site dried out over our stay and proved to be just right for us.Plenty of space to walk the dog , nice and quiet, easy access. Lots of walking in the general area. I am sure we will visit again, Nigel is very helpful and keeps the site tidy and even managed the first cut of the season while we were staying so this helped the ground to dry.

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Lovely site

We have just returned from an enjoyable but wet stay at this CL which is well maintained, as mentioned in previous reviews toilet is small but always clean with plenty of loo roll! There is plenty of space with hook ups along one side and fields where you can exercise dogs, need your wellies if wet though. Just across the road is a shop that sells most things you need, some of which is local produce, they also sell freshly baked breads and pastries which can be ordered. A few minutes walk down the road is the Admiral Hood pub which serves excellent food and is dog friendly, best to pop in and book beforehand. There is plenty to see and do in the surrounding area and is near to Devon and Somerset borders. Nigel the owner is very friendly, helpful and is always willing to suggest somewhere to visit. We had an horrendous journey on the way there due to heavy rain and traffic hold ups so we phoned to say we were on our way and weren't going to be a no show, Nigel rang back to say there were road works in the village but to ignore the road closed signs, so glad he did as that would have been the icing on the cake! We also had a phone call when we returned home to say sorry I missed you to say goodbye and hope you enjoyed your stay, we had left early to avoid the road closures which by now will be finished, how nice was that!
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What an introduction to CLs !!

After over 3 years of staying on typical Touring Park sites, we decided to try a CL for our maiden voyage with our new folding camper. What a pleasant surprise! The Mill House site is huge, the grass is very well maintained, and as other reviewers have written the loo is small but is kept clean throughout the day. Nigel made us most welcome and informed us of the local attractions - including The Admiral Hood PH which is just a short walk from the site. We enjoyed a lovely meal there where the friendly staff made Donata, me and our German Shepherd Dog Freddie very welcome. The one slightly negative comment I have to make is that the road along side the CL can become a little noisy especially when groups of motorcycle enthusiasts pass by. But that is no fault of the CL, it is just the result of others enjoying themselves - and as 'retired' motorcycle enthusiasts ourselves, it is not a criticism of them. We have just booked another CL stay in a few weeks time. We will be very happy if it is nearly as good as this one.

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