Salts Farm

London Road, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 4HG

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Ideal for ...

  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

Our site is a one acre lawned area and all pitches have hard standings. Amongst Trees. Each pitch is private and separated by conifer hedges with a central drive to each pitch. All pitches have access to an electric point. The site is next to a nature reserve with direct access to the Cotswold Way. It is adjacent to lakes and 200 acres of woodland, both of which have public access. Public transport available.

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • TV reception: fair
  • Working farm

Prices

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Latest arrival time: 12:00 AM

1 acres

Electric amperage: 10

Lawned site

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Postcode:
GL54 4HG
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GPS:
Lat 51.875146 / Lon -2.020281
OS field ref:
SO988198
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Buses go to: Cheltenham
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest train station: Lansdown Road Station
  • Train station within 5 miles

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2 night stay in February

Salts Farm
First of all we’d like to thank the owners for a perfect midweek stay. We’ve not had our motorhome long and wanted to try out the electric hookup. We arrived Tuesday night, everything was pitch black. After some fumbling, a lot of swearing and ten minutes to change the plug on our hookup cable. (Previous owners had it set up with a 13a 3pin plug). We were away. There was a little noise from the busy A40, but not as much as I expected. Each pitch is separated by bushes, giving them each some privacy. There is drinking water, waste disposal and EHU. The farmer came to collect the payment later in the day.. thanks again, we will be back. Also for other CL sites, be careful, as when we arrived there was another motor home parked up and connected to EHU. The farmer had no record of them and they didn’t pay,

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Reviewed on 29/02/2024 18:14

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Absolutely fantastic site with lovely peaceful pitches!

Salts Farm
We absolutely loved Salts farm. The site is very secluded with pitches within the conifer trees. We found it to be one of the most peaceful and relaxing sites we have been on. David is a great host, very friendly, easy going and a lovely man. Really loved the location surrounded by fantastic walks whilst only being a very short distance to Cheltenham. Great value for money! We will definitely be returning here again.

andy thorley

Reviewed on 11/01/2024 18:47

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Salts Farm
Pleasant CL, handy for Cheltenham and as others have said, for the Cotswold Way. Private individual bays for each unit. Can't say we noticed any intrusive noise from the road as others have mentioned. We had a minor emergency during our stay and our hosts were extremely helpful and generous with their time. Would recommend on that basis alone. Thank you.

Red Bob

Reviewed on 26/10/2022 20:58

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Salts Farm
Having read a previous review, we were concerned about turning into the entrance from the A40; however this was not to be as my motorhome (5.7 meters) swung around and into the drive with no problems. The site is lovely and well maintained with hard standing for the vehicle and a large, well cut lawned area to relax in. Each pitch has hook up and is surrounded by conifers to give complete privacy. We did not meet the owners as walked full days along the Cotswold way which ran next to the site; however they left an information sheet which proved very useful. Dunkertons Cider, a hundred yards away was amazing and well worth a visit for food and drink.

Gillian Waite

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Reviewed on 01/08/2022 14:31

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Walking and Cider in March

Salts Farm
Access to the site especially from Oxford/Stow needs care, we did as the site directions advised and went passed the site entrance, turned at the entrance to Dunkerton Cider and entered the site from the opposite direction which was much easier, we did the same on leaving. Pitches are narrow hard standing and our motor mover proved useful to avoid further damage to the grass which after all the rain was rather soft. The pitches are private, but don't have views as they are surrounded by hedges which depending on which you prefer, may or may not appeal. There are only 2 EHU points, which means that depending on which pitch you use an extra cable will be required. Being just off the A40 some road noise is to be expected. The CDP was screened with trees and clean and easy to use. There are some lovely walks directly from the site including the Cotswold Way, Lineover Woods and the woodland around the reservoir, although the later walk was rather muddy, Best done in wellies! The farm shop and cider bar just down the road is worth a visit, especially after a long walk.. NT Sherborne is only 20 minutes down the A40 and Cheltenham only a few miles away. The owner called round in the evening and gave us a useful information sheet on arrival which included the code for the gate which is locked overnight for security. We enjoyed our weekend and feel the previous review is a bit harsh, yes the ground was soft and had been damaged in places, but after all the rain some mud is only to be expected. We didn't find it depressing or "unfit for purpose ". We would use the site again.

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