Charlton Manor

Charlton St Peter, Pewsey, Wiltshire, SN9 6EU

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  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views

Why stay here ...

Charlton Manor is in close proximity to heritage sites - Stonehenge and Avebury and is an easy travelling distance to Bath, Salisbury, Swindon and A303 (possible stop over).

The site is in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, making it a good area for walking. Equestrian facilities and local golf courses available.

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0.75 acres

Electric amperage: 16

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Postcode:
SN9 6EU
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GPS:
Lat 51.303499 / Lon -1.834399
OS field ref:
SU114562
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Buses go to: Pewsey/Devizes/Salisbury
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Train station within 5 miles

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beautiful peaceful site

Charlton Manor
This is just the sort of CL we love. Well off the road, very peaceful and tranquil setting, and plenty of space for each unit. Great base for sightseeing around Wiltshire, and there are also lots of lovely walks directly from the site itself. Site owner is charming and spent some time discussing Thatched roofs with her, as they produce the 'hay' for this purpose - and there are lots of thatched roofs in this area.

wesley

Caravanner from Lancashire

Reviewed on 17/09/2021 15:14

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Charlton Manor
We enjoyed four nights at Charlton Manor CL in late August 2021. We had booked the site via e-mail backed up with texts, having been unable to find any availability in our hoped for location near Exmoor, but had had to spend 3 nights of our week away in the New Forest en-route. Alma had e-mailed to say there was availability but not on our dates, but having not had a confirmation, we arrived a little nervous. There was no problem however, except that we were unable to pay as it had not become clear either via e-mail or via the details on line that the rate had gone up to £17, and we had only brought the 'right' money. We felt that this was on the high side for what was on offer. That said, there was a nice open view down to the river, and beyond it to Salisbury Plain, and plenty of space along the fence line for 5 caravans, with water and electric hook up. Rubbish bins and toilet disposal point were discretely hidden behind a wooden fence nearby. The approach through the little hamlet was narrow, but no problem. Getting out onto the 342 was a bit more challenging. It was particularly interesting to see bats (we presume) take to the wing at nightfall. The family have 200 acres, and grow wheat purely for thatching straw, along with hens, the caravan site and a holiday cottage - Duck Cottage, and Alma went out of her way to call in and see us on arrival and prior to departure, by which time we had found a cash point in Pewsey!

waljoh

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Reviewed on 28/08/2021 14:46

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An absolute gem

Charlton Manor
Being new to caravan holidays I was unsure what to expect but was more than pleasantly surprised. It’s a beautiful spot and run by a lovely family who were most helpful and called in for a chat and a beer one evening, great walks a lovely view and so quiet, the owls at night and the red kites during the day were a joy to behold. Will most definitely be returning as soon as I can

hoss Tanner

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Reviewed on 21/06/2021 19:10

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Another great find......

Charlton Manor

We wanted somewhere peaceful and quiet and that's exactly what we got. There was only one other caravan on site when we arrived so we had a choice of where to pitch. A big plus was that there was more than one water point so I didn't have far to go to fill up the aquaroll. Tim, a very pleasant and helpful chap came to see us not long after we arrived and gave us a rundown of what's what etc. Mobile signal on B.T was fine as was the TV signal.

There is a great licensed cafe (was a pub) about a 10 minute walk up the hill which was very good and served some great local ales as well as some very nice cake :) We only stayed for the one night as we were visiting friends and wished we could have stayed for longer.

 

ElliesFolks

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Reviewed on 15/08/2017 21:57

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Wow wow wow!

Charlton Manor
What a fantastic out of the way place - just what I was looking for. Mobile signal a bit dodgy, but to be expected as a trade off for peace and quiet. Footpaths directly from site were fabulous (if a little overgrown, but that just shows how quiet it is!), and a really nice touch to have os maps to refer to, as well as a library and useful local info. The only negative (and again not the site owner's fault) was some munitions noise from Salisbury Plain - but only weekdays, and dogs mostly got used to it!

Findon

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Reviewed on 17/06/2017 17:56

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