Motts Farm

Main Road, St Lawrence, Southminster, Essex, CM0 7LR

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Ideal for ...

  • Beach stays
  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

  • Farm walks.

 

Facilities on site ...

  • Dog walk from site
  • TV reception: good
  • Working farm

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2 acres

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Postcode:
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GPS:
Lat 51.706505 / Lon 0.833886
OS field ref:
TL959045
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Buses go to: Maldon
  • Nearest train station: Southminster
  • Train station within 5 miles

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Peace and tranquility, and horses!

Stayed here for four nights. It's a peaceful haven in a well-kept farm. Huge plot, and we were the only ones here. There were a couple of other caravans parked up but unoccupied. Very simple amenities. There are horses in the next field which is quite entertaining, if you like to watch horses. The dogs mentioned in a previous review were lovely and walked by the owner. You can walk around the fields and up to the river, and there's a couple of pubs nearby, along with a village shop and a post office. Two huge caravan sites are nearby but why go there, when you can stay here? Very quiet part of the country, so don't expect loads to do, but if you want to sit and meditate, this is the place for you.
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Gone downhill of late sadly

Visited this site a few times over the years and it was always a little hidden gem. Quiet, with lovely walks from the door. No facilities apart from water, waste and bins. Field was alwasy well kept. Sadly our last visit was ruined by the owners daughter in law who lives in the big house walking around the fields with two very nasty little dogs, one which bit my shoe. She made no attempt at controlling them at any of the unfortunate meetings during our stay, three times we bumped into each other. The dogs are extremely troublesome when in her company. A few times they came to see us on their own during our stay walks and though a noisy nuisance they kept away and soon lost interst if ignored. The field was awful condition too and had clearly been a horse field over winter and was very rough. Gave the caravan a good workout. Its a shame to lose such a previously amazing place.
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We have just returned from a bank holiday stay which was very relaxing. It was not full, which was surprising, even though it only has the basic facilities. It is about 2 acres as stated, which we find rare nowadays as owners seem to ... eh ... exaggerate shall we say! If you want to visit this area, we can recommend this one.  
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hidden gem

St lewrence is a lovlely place to be. We had a static van up the road for 15 years. That cost 2 grand a year site fee. Motts farm is a fiver a night. Two pubs and a small shop with in a mile. Maldon is a 30 min drive. Take a drive to bradwell village and see the RAF memorial at the old airfield.
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