Bluebell Wood

Hindon Road, Teffont, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP3 5RR

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  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views

Why stay here ...

New for 2021, Bluebell Wood is an ideal location for peace and tranquillity. If you like space, trees and a retreat to the natural world this is the site for you. It has easy access turning off the B3089 just 3 miles from the A303. Bluebell Wood represents a prefect stop off en route to the West Country. Dogs are welcome, and we will take group bookings. Although licensed for just 5 pitches there is a selection of 7 gravel pitches all a minimum of 10m x 10m to choose from. Three of the pitches are together on a vast gravel turning area of nearly 50m x 50m. So you can be as together or as apart as you like. There is no electricity but there is a WC (cold water to basin only) together of course with the required grey water and chemical disposal facilities. Security gate details will be provided before arrival.

The site is set in 50 acres of woodland for exclusive use by you. There are no rights of way within the wood so it's all yours. A public footpath on the Northern boundary leads to a network of other footpaths and the rolling parkland of National Trust owned Dinton Park and the 1820 neo Grecian designed Philipps House (parkland open daily, free) and Teffont village through which runs the River Teff, a pretty stream leading past ancient stone cottages and the impressive Howards House Hotel and restaurant (formerly the Dower House of the Mayne family who have owned the village for several centuries).

The picturesque village of Tisbury (5 miles) has been named one of the best places to live in the UK by The Sunday Times, has a pretty high street and a range of independent shops (Deli, Downers Farm Meats, fab Fishmongers, the noted Beckford Bottle Shop, and nationals such as the Co-op and Boots). Tisbury Motors sell fuel and The Boot Inn with garden has a good range of local beer. The famous Messums Gallery housed in the largest and one of the oldest Thatched Tithe barns in the country can be seen from the road as you enter Tisbury from Teffont. Also nearby there is Pythouse Garden Restaurant set in the walled garden of Pythouse Estate and Ansty Farm shop on the A30 and a number of foodie pubs, The Compasses at Chicksgrove (signposted off the road from Bluebell Wood to Tisbury, so your closest eatery after Howards House, and The Beckford Inn. Tisbury has a mainline station (Exeter to London service hourly). Nearest shops are the one stop Budgens and petrol station at Barford St. Martin five minutes by car down the road towards Salisbury or in Tisbury.

The site has easy access to the wider attractions of the medieval city of Salisbury and its Cathedral, Stonehenge, Wilton House, Shaftesbury's Cold Hill (all less than 30 minutes) and further afield to Longleat House and Safari Park and beautiful Georgian Bath (45 minutes).

Facilities on site ...

  • Dog walk from site
  • Recycling facilities
  • TV reception: fair


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Latest arrival time: 9:00 PM

Latest departure time: 12:00 PM

Minimum stay 2 nights (applies always)

0.75 acres

Recycling Facilities


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Transport links

  • Nearest port: Poole (25 miles)
  • Nearest train station: Tisbury
  • Train station within 5 miles


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The amazing Bluebell woods

Have just returned from this newly established CL site, and have to say it is absolutely fantastic. Set in a fabulous woodland area, ideally located for jaunts to Stonehenge, Salisbury and it’s market and cathedral etc, through the woods you can walk to Phillips house and it’s grounds which is a national trust property.whilst this is a non electric site, it has running water and a toilet as well as chemical and waste disposal area. You also have the added bonus of a barn area which is ideal for sitting in on those slightly chillier evenings. I will most definitely be going back there again. Well done Keith and Robin.

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