Danewood

Sway Road, Tiptoe, Lymington, Hampshire, SO41 6FQ

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Ideal for ...

  • Beach stays
  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Waterside stays

Why stay here ...

Woodland dog run.

Our CL is located about 40 metres from the character local pub which serves food all day.

B & B available on site. Please contact owners for more information.

Facilities on site ...

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

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0.5 acres

Electric amperage: 16

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Postcode:
SO41 6FQ
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GPS:
Lat 50.772521 / Lon -1.637188
OS field ref:
SZ257970
OS map ref:
195

Transport links

  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest port: Southampton (19 miles)
  • Nearest train station: New Milton

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Lovely long weekend break

Danewood
This is a lovely site, very well kept and maintained. Terry was very welcoming and showed us round the site, showing us the facilities which are two separate shower cubicles complete with a toilet and wash basin and one separate toilet. There is a busy main road but this did not bother us or give us any concern and is quiet at night. The Plough Inn, almost directly opposite, is very handy. They do breakfasts on certain days of the week although we cannot comment as we never went. We did, however, have a meal on one evening, it was your fairly average pub food, but the service was friendly with a nice garden to sit out in. We have a motorhome and used electric bikes to get about on, Milford on Sea was within easy cycling distance with a lovely shingle beach,the beautiful coastal town of Lymington (ferries over to the Isle of Wight), Hurst Castle, Bucklers Hard and the Sam Miller Motorcycle Museum to name but a few that were within easy cycling distance. A brilliant farm shop also just down the road, turn left out of the camp site. There is a New Forest open top double decker bus, which does a circular tour of the main New Forest villages that can accommodate bikes free of charge if you want to discover more of the area. Also close by was the train station with trains to Bournemouth and Poole. All in all a lovely site, in a brilliant location, will definitely be returning, hopefully in the not too distant future.

nutsinmay2

Motorhomer

Reviewed on 08/08/2018 11:20

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thanks terry

Danewood
thanks terry for first class holiday and your attention to us will be back next year thanks pam and brian from gloucster

brib

Reviewed on 03/08/2017 08:59

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Danewood
A very clean site, tad on the small side but with a charming feel.The biggest problem is the traffic noise spent the day around the van on the 01/09/2016 and the noise was constant but can't blame the owner for that. As for value £20 a night i think is expensive as the sites I know around are £11 ~£15 with similar facilities, was going to stop for 4 nights but found a much more peaceful site for £15 with the same facilities so a tenner in my pocket is better lol. I do think that Terry should use white boards with a white board marker to direct visitors to there pitch as 2 bricks do not directly mean anything to first time visitors. I would return if welcome but would be a last resort.

evolution10

Reviewed on 01/09/2016 23:54

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Back again!

Danewood

This is my second trip here in less than a month. It is next to a road that connects towns so from that point of view there is traffic noise but certainly not horrendous and quieter at night. The facilities are top notch with no issues at all. Showers fine, haven't had flow or temperature problems mentioned in other reviews. The entrance is a right hand turn in then another right hand turn into the field. We have a motor home so the accessibility was no problem. Expectations are clear but politely made in various areas.  Access to local areas of interest are easy. Too many to recommend, it's all down to personal choice really. We like the walk along the spit to Hurst castle, take the boat back and eat in the Gun Inn (good if you like crab). Ringwood Brewery tours are worth a quick mention too. Whilst talking of pubs, The Plough Inn is just across the road from the CL. Lovely meals at a reasonable price. Gets busy at weekends despite being off the beaten track. They also do take away pizzas or fish and chips of you want to dine at the site. The nightly charge is a little higher in the school holidays and Bank holidays but still worth paying. Finally if you turn left out of the site and drive up the road the farm shop, Danestream, sells delicious meat either for the BBQ or to take home.

MacBert

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Reviewed on 23/08/2016 15:05

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Danewood
Nice little campsite but be extremely careful when entering as the access is vey tight and we damaged our awning rail on the gatepost on the entry to the field. Pitches are pristine and the owner takes great pride in his site. On arrival we had "the rules" read out to us on our guided tour of the site, helpful but could have waited until we had settled in before taking us round the site explaining everything. The toilets and showers are clean, I used the shower in the caravan as my son said it was either red hot or really cold when using the site showers which put me off. good waste segregation on site and a nice dog walk too. The plough inn is literally a stones throw away over the road and the food served was lovely, worth a visit. The adjacent road is quite busy and noisy but to be honest it didn't bother us. Visited beaulieu motor car museum whilst we were there and it's a great base for many other surrounding areas line Bournemouth, Poole etc. Its a nice little site with an owner who prides himself on his immaculate site, would visit again now We know about the tight access we could plan the approach a bit better 

brimlad

Caravanner from Derbyshire

Reviewed on 22/08/2016 22:06

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