Meadow Lakes Caravan Site

Punthouse Lane, Limerstone, Brighstone, Isle of Wight, PO30 4PL

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Ideal for ...

  • Adults
  • Beach stays
  • Fishing
  • Fishing
  • Peaceful stays
  • Waterside stays

Why stay here ...

Discounted Ferry Bookings Available - please speak to the owners.

We offer peaceful grass pitches near our trout and coarse lakes, with views towards Tennyson Down and the Needles. Coarse and trout fishing with tuition is available with tackle hire and bait.

As a lakeside position many water birds, including swans, little grebes, tufted ducks and Canada geese can be observed. Next to the site is a wood with many species of birds including buzzards, green and spotted woodpeckers, kestrels, long tailed tits and barn owl. From your pitch you have an excellent opportunity to enjoy our wonderful sunsets and star gazing due to low light pollution. Our site is in an ideal location for walking and cycling around our country lanes and just half a mile from a bus stop with routes to West Wight and the Island's capital Newport.

Meadow Lakes is in an area of outstanding beauty just two miles from the lovely village of Brighstone. Our village has a well-stocked shop with local products, a newsagents, post office, hairdressers, two churches, public house, doctor's surgery and nearby garage with petrol and workshop. The Jurassic coast of the Isle of Wight is nearby with sandy beaches ideal for fossil hunting, swimming and windsurfing.

The wc at this CL is shared.

This CL does not accept dogs.

The electrical supply is limited to 10 amps.

Facilities on site ...

  • Coarse fishing
  • Game fishing
  • Information room
  • Recycling facilities
  • Shower (exclusive use)
  • TV reception: good
  • WC (non-exclusive use)
  • Wi-Fi

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Latest arrival time: 9:00 PM

0.5 acres

Electric amperage: 10

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Postcode:
PO30 4PL
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GPS:
Lat 50.635853 / Lon -1.376231
OS field ref:
SZ442820
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Buses go to: Newport/Freshwater
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile

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After staying here at Meadow Lakes I can’t wait to return. On arrival Julian and Stephanie’s hospitality was amazing 😉 they greeted us with genuine smiles, offering tea or coffee, which was served on a tray with a small jug of milk. From that moment on my husband and I knew we’d found a “gem” of a place to stay with our Campervan. All the information we needed for our stay (and more) was given in a clear and concise manner... We thoroughly enjoyed the first day by staying on site - relaxing, listening to the wildlife, admiring the views and taking short walks around this this beautiful, secluded spot, although it’s vast in size.... We ate out in the lovely village of Brighstone (delicious food) also at “The White Mouse” on the Military Road. All meals reasonably priced. This site is not just a fisherman’s “dream” location - it is also for those who respect and appreciate “tranquility” And finally:- I was blown away to see the highest standard (5 ⭐️ +) of “cleanliness” and “fittings” in the shower and toilets. The whole site is a credit to Julian and Stephanie’s hard work. Thank you for a memorable stay. In a review someone else said:- £15 per night is a steal. (We’re in total agreement)....
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We arrived on site early, as we caught an earlier ferry. A quick call was made, they said it was ok to come on to the site.The weather was not good . The welcome was excellent and made to feel at home. Site clean and level, nice views of the fishing lakes and surrounding area. The only thing to worry about is the road down to the site which is narrow in places, but has passing places. I would recommend this site for peace and quite and friendly welcome . We will book again next year but hopefully with better weather. Enjoy we certainly did, dispite the weather.
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A Little Gem

Stayed for 7 nights in August this year, booking was a doddle, Stephanie organised the ferry for me and I got a good price for the crossing. I was greeted with a very welcome cup of tea and biscuits on arrival, the site is in a good location with flat pitches (did not need the chocks ) the toilet and shower were very clean a tidy. The local shop which stocks everything you need including local produce is about a mile away. For the fishers amongst us there are 3 well stocked ponds the largest has some serious carp in it, but even in the smaller pond which stocks up to 10lb the fish really do fight !. Highly recommended.
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Tremendous site

My wife and I stayed a week on this site July 2019. We targetted it because of the fishing lakes (I am a carp fisherman) and we both were very, very pleased with our stay. As soon as we arrived, owners Stephanie and Julian were on hand to tend to every needs (it's not often you're offered a cuppa on arrival!) and from then on in, they were always in or around this beautiful site, busying themselves in it's maintenance and upkeep. It is located on the downslope of the central highland and commands lovely views across to the cliffs at Freshwater Bay and the surrounding flat farmlands in all other apsects. The lakes onsite are gorgeous - stuffed with splendid fish (trout in one, carp in two others and a general assortment of coarse in the others) and they are fished by visitors which shows their worth to the local angling community. Meadow Lakes also sits well between Ventor and Freshwater and Newport, so any of these are reachable through some pretty car (or bike - if you're up for it) journeys. We ate at the local pubs, the Crown at Shorwell, the Blackmiths Arms and the Sun Inn which are a bit further away and they all gave us excellent food. But the real jewel of this site has to be the owners who I have said, are professionalism and friendliness to the max. We felt totally at home and they even put on a 'campers barbecue' in their purpose-built covered area. Superb. My wife and I can't recommend this site enough, and we will be back there, definitely. Vic and Teresa Woods
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This was our first stay in a CL and it will not be our last at this one. Julian and Stephanie made us feel welcome from the start and we quickly got settled in. This spot is very secluded, although the lovely village of Brighstone is only a mile away with a great village shop and a pub. This site is in a really quiet area of the Isle of Wight, giving the opportunity for cycling and walkers of all abilities to get out and about. Fishermen would love this this site, given the various fish in the lakes. Lots of wildlife around as well, with owls, heron, swans amongst the menagerie we saw during our stay. £15 per night is a steal.
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