Cherwell Leys Farm

East Martin, Fordingbridge, Hampshire, SP6 3JS

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Ideal for ...

  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views
  • Working farm

Facilities on site ...

  • Dog walk from site
  • TV reception: good
  • WC (exclusive use)
  • Working farm

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1.5 acres

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Postcode:
SP6 3JS
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GPS:
Lat 50.983523 / Lon -1.90043
OS field ref:
SU072203
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Nearest port: Poole (26 miles)

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Hidden Gem

Cherwell Leys Farm
We only spent a couple of nights here but will definitely be back. We absolutely loved this cl. It was so peaceful with lovely views and we were amazed to have it to ourselves. A fairly flat site it was tucked away behind hedges with a few trees dotted around if shade was required. We were surrounded by pretty villages and beautiful countryside, including the gallops, ideal for walking or cycling and we can highly recommend the Yew Tree pub in nearby Odstock. The owners were very friendly and it was fascinating to learn all about, and meet the alpacas they have. Comments have been made about the small lane it is necessary to go down to reach the cl, but don't let that put you off- it is only a small part of any journey to get there, and having been up and down it a few times we only met one tractor and that was as we were coming out of the entrance of the cl. We have stayed at some where you need to do quite a few miles of small lanes but this isn't one of those. If you want peace and quiet then you are going to have to drive down a few small lanes-obviously this is more difficult with a caravan than a motorhome.

Pcrook9

Motorhomer

Reviewed on 01/07/2021 08:24

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Wow an Exceptional find

Cherwell Leys Farm
Only thing which lets this site down is the acess road to it. You come off a dual carriageway into the last 1/2 mile of your journey on a single track road with very few passing places. One of my relatives met an articulated lorry coming up the lane as he was going down it (luckily without his van on the back) The site itself is quite small and compact but sufficient to cover the needs of a camper. The owners were great, very dog friendly people and had full knowledge of the Alpaca's. One of the Alpaca's my daughter nicknamed Boris was very friendly and always came up for a fuss as we walked down to see them. Due to Covid19 the toilet facility was not available. A nice site for a stop at the edge of the New Forest

CYCLOPS140149

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Reviewed on 26/08/2020 10:25

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Love, love,loved it

Cherwell Leys Farm
Came back from thislittle fem of a site on Sunday after a lovely 2 night break. We had such a warm welcome from the owner, who was super dog friendly. We basically pitched up where we liked and he left us to it but we knew where to find him if need be. I normally have to wear ear plugs at caravan sites as I'm a light sleeper, but not here as it was so lovely and quiet. We also fell in love with the Alpacas, which were a huge added bonus. We had a fascinating lesson about them but the owner too which was brilliant. Lobely people, lovely site, but ssshhh, don't tell everyone as I want to come back time and time again 😉😊

demsseb

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Reviewed on 18/07/2017 10:48

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Cherwell Leys Farm
Peaceful site . It was nice to walk up field in evening to see the Alpacas. The grass was long but mower had broken down. So will let that go .. Make sure you arrive after 1 pm only last piece of road very narrow.

boo hoo

Reviewed on 28/05/2017 12:41

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Cherwell Leys Farm
Spent 1 night at this CL,to basically check that our heating was up to scratch for overnighting in the Motorhome in winter. Site was relatively easy to find and access was easy. Nobody home when we arrived, no problem as easy to find  a pitch and hook up. Husband popped to the house and paid, not really engaging lady took the payment. Level site, for us, quiet, do not bother with the loo, cold and sparse, quite whiffs! Would we come back, that's a no from us.

Haddock2685

Motorhomer

Reviewed on 06/11/2016 14:23

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