Baydon Hill Farm

Oxford Street, Aldbourne, Marlborough, Wiltshire, SN8 2DJ

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Ideal for ...

  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Scenic views
  • Working farm

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  • TV reception: good
  • Working farm

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0.75 acres

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Postcode:
SN8 2DJ
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GPS:
Lat 51.483165 / Lon -1.614506
OS field ref:
SU269762
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Buses go to: Swindon, Hungerford, Marlborough
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile

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1/4 mile from Aldbourne village with its many facilities

Baydon Hill Farm
This is now my favourite CL. Access was very easy and the site was quiet and spacious. The views are incredible and we enjoyed some beautiful sunsets. As mentioned by others we didn't come across the owners and couldn't find them, but paid an elderly gentleman in an adjoining cottage which he seemed accustomed to. The main reason we picked this site was so that we could cycle along the disused railway line from Ogbourne St George to Swindon which I highly recommend, although the cycle to and from Ogbourne St George has some quite challenging hills! We also did a 5 mile circular walk which started directly opposite the CL. The village has so much to offer - 2 pubs, a Post Office with an amazing deli, a CO-OP, library, grade 1 listed church and more. There are lots of refences to a Dr Who episode from the 1970s that was filmed in the village - I won't spoil it and tell you what they are, I'll let you discover them!

Rosie F

Reviewed on 12/05/2021 15:53

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Stay ruined by one selfish (permanent?) dog owner

Baydon Hill Farm
Great site, very well kept. facilities good. However, 1 camper (who may be a farm worker as he seems always to be there) thinks the field is his personal dog exercise space. Sending his dog past my van several times a day, even though he MUST know it upsets my dog

snaphappy1961

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Reviewed on 26/04/2021 22:09

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Baydon Hill Farm
Basic site which is pleasantly maintained and easily accessed. Each pitch has own water supply and electric facility with communal waste disposal and recycling centre. Lovely family who found time to chat while operating a busy working farm. Outstanding country views affording us peace and tranquility apart from 2 major storms, Ellen and Frances, but we survived. Excellent location for us as we have family nearby and will happily stay again. With the current COVID situation this site provided the ideal self contained and safe environment.

Dotti H

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Reviewed on 31/08/2020 19:45

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Lovely views, excellent walking

Baydon Hill Farm
We had an impromptu stay for a couple of nights and loved the site and the area. The walking and local pubs are excellent. The farmer was very friendly and chatty and we were pleased they had made the extra effort to give each pitch its own tap. This is a certified site in the traditional sense. The owner is a working farmer, so you have to find him to pay. There are no frills - chem disposal is basic, but all you need. Recycling is clearly labelled. Grey waste went down the chem disposal hole! Good flat pitches with wonderful views. We hope to be back soon, and it's only half an hour from home for us, so an added bonus!

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Reviewed on 17/08/2020 13:09

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Baydon Hill Farm
Nice pleasant site with good views. Facilities were good, and everywhere clean and tidy. Easy to find and a good stopover if travelling between Cornwall or S Wales and the East Coast. The only concern was the lack of owner and no means of payment. However, did manage to pay the lodger who was on her way out to work. I found this unusual, but it didn't cause any difficulty.

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Reviewed on 26/09/2019 21:01

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