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Stanton St Bernard, Marlborough, Wiltshire, SN8 4LJView on map
Why stay here ...
- Water and electric to each pitch
- A level site with plenty of off-road walks directly from the site
- Motorhome emptying point
- On the Kennet and Avon cycle route
- AONB - Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
- Walks to the Wansdyke, Kennet and Avon Canal, a pub and canal side cafe
- NT Avebury and Lacock (site of many films) and Stonehenge a short drive
- TV reception and mobile phone good
- We are sorry but electric cars cannot be charged on this CL
- Please call to book a stay with us
- Holiday Cottage also available
Latest arrival time: 5:00 PM
Latest departure time: 12:00 PM
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We adored this little site! We only spent one night here, but will definitely come back as we want to explore more of the surrounding countryside. We had a stroll beside the nearby canal in the stunning Autumn sunshine, and, coming back through the village, popped into the little church, which is absolutely beautiful and well worth a visit. We really recommend this spacious, tranquil site and can't wait for a return visit!
A lovely peaceful site with views of the horses in the paddock & if you are lucky you will see the resident owl flying around. The site is well maintained with grass & a couple of hardstanding pitches. There are no showers or toilets so you need to be self contained but there is somewhere to empty your waste and there is a water tap between each pitch. Just pitch up next to the white markers and the owners will come and introduce themselves in the evening with a handout on local walks. You are right on the Kennet & Avon canal with pubs in both directions both do food. At the moment the canal path is muddy & very overgrown so walking boots or wellies needed. We had a lovely time here almost didn’t want to leave a review in case it gets too busy, we will definitely be back.
We only had a short stay but would definitely be keen to return. Lovely, peaceful site with water, EHU, grey water waste and chemical disposal. Excellent WiFi too. We had our dog with us so easy access to off lead walking on Kennet and Avon canal towpath was a boon. Walk in one direction and your reach the Barge Pub in about 25 minutes. Looks as though there are lots of other facilities within walking distance. Jacqueline provided a very useful one page list of walks, cafes etc. Recommended.
Good access, past the horse stables two hard standings the rest grass, all with lovely views of the horses in the Paddock. We were there in a wet week during March. Grass was a bit soft, and ground slightly undulating so you might need ramps and blocks. There is a duel drinking water tap between pitches so depending on which side you pitch you might need a hose extension to connect to the caravan. Excellent raised chemical disposal. Owners came and greeted us with a handout about walks. Lovely walk along canal but very muddy. Also some fantastic bike rides direct from the site to Caen Hill Locks and up to the Ridge Way. Ice cream and basic groceries from Honeystreet Mill Cafe, also check out the India shop. Recommend Plank's Farm Shop for more variety and a good butchers.
Stayed here recently for 10 nights. A lovely well maintained CL with EHU and water to each pitch, good Wi-Fi included in pitch fee. A warm welcome from the owners Mr & Mrs Read. Ideally situated for Avebury, Laycock, Devizes and Bath. From the site it's a short walk to the Kennet and Avon Canal with lovely walks along the tow path in both directions and ideal for off lead walks with dogs. No shower or toilet but we don't need facilities as we have our own in the caravan. Would highly recommend