Upper Hill Farm

Off Highfield Way, Chalford, Gloucestershire, GL6 8LZ

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Rated 5 of 5

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Ideal for ...

  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views
  • Working farm

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • TV reception: good
  • Working farm

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Pitches

Types of pitch: grass

Electric hook up available

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2 acres

Some sloping pitches

Levelling blocks required

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Postcode:
GL6 8LZ
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GPS:
Lat 51.735267 / Lon -2.134888
OS field ref:
SO904038
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest train station: Stroud

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Great walking CL

We have just spent four lovely nights here. There is a friendly pub five minutes walk away, and more within ten minutes drive. France Lynch and Chalford are charming, like Cornish fishing villages without the sea! We saw a shooting star, deer in the next field (twin fauns) heard owls, saw stunning sunsets and had great walks, especially along the canal. Owner very friendly when I caught up with him, his son does a great job keeping the grass short. Easy dog walking through the adjacent stubble fields. There are storage facilities in the farm buildings which generate more than the usual amount of farm traffic, but it didn't bother us. Re instructions, when you are next to the Kings Head pub sign the farm entrance is visible straight ahead of you, as the lane drops down to the right.

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Hidden gem

Great site, very peaceful location with great views of the Cotswold. Individual hook up and water which is very convenient. Only stayed one night but would definitely go back if we are in the area.
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One of the best CL's we have visited

I had read the review about maybe having trouble if you missed the site entrance and so took to Google Maps beforehand. This was very useful in avoiding any overshoot. We drove up through the site entrance and approached the actual pitching area via a tree lined road. The site is lovely and the grass kept closely cut. We pitched sideways on, as there is so much room, and had lovely views across the area, with a hedge at the rear. Levelling blocks were required. Each electric hook up point has a water tap on it. Dog walking is excellent on the farm itself and there were even wild deer about in the fields. The weather was excellent and, as we had relations staying in a cottage nearby, did not spend too much time on the site but that did not stop us deciding it was one of the nicest CL's we have visited. We will return here when in the area. The only criticism, if it can be classed as that, was it took 3 visits before I could pay the owners! I can only presume that the lack of reviews is other visitors trying to keep it a secret.

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Not our best CL experience

Horribly difficult to find! If you get it wrong - you will have serious problems with the tiny narrow roads and stone walls either side. The entrance is very badly pot-holed. Once past this, it's flat and good tarmac. Very high and very exposed, so it's windy and cold, even on fairly good days. There was a mis-understanding about the pitch fee per night, which was not handled very well by the owner.

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Winter visit requires thermals

Everything you need is on hand, easy to find and access. Great little pub nearby. Owner warm and friendly will revisit when weather better. Visited in match so pretty cold on high ground. Stroud very near with a great Saturday market. Well worth a visit.

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