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Wyatts Covert Club Campsite
Tilehouse Lane, Denham, Uxbridge, Buckinghamshire, UB9 5DHView on map
Why stay here ...
Surrounded by trees so that you feel tucked away in a green oasis, Wyatts Covert Club Campsite is well located to suit the tastes of every mood - the non-stop action and shopping of London is only 18 miles away, and the Buckinghamshire caravan site is also ideal for visiting small picturesque towns like Marlow and taking river trips along the Thames. Nearby Denham station takes you into Marylebone, with easy access to the underground system, stopping at Wembley Stadium, the venue for extensive sporting and music events.
With the M25 and M40 not far away, the Wyatts Covert Club Campsite is conveniently placed for excursions. Attractions within easy reach include the famously lovely Windsor Castle, Savill Garden in the Great Park, Beaconsfield (known for the Bekonscot Model Village), Henley-on-Thames, and Oxford with all the architectural splendours of its colleges. With plenty of rides and attractions, Legoland Windsor makes for a great fun family day out. For those who want to escape a little in tranquil surroundings, visit Cliveden (once the home of the Astors) or West Wycombe Park, both beautifully preserved by the National Trust. If you enjoy long walks in lush green settings, both Denham Country Park and the Grand Union Canal Towpath are not far from the caravan park and offer hours of easy exercise. Some aircraft noise can be heard from the site. The site is outside of the London Low Emissions Zone (LEZ).
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When leaving the M25 from junction 17 please be aware there will be major roadworks. Access is clear to the site via Denham Green Lane off the A412. Ignore the road closed and diversion signs at the top of Denham Green Lane. All members please refer to the Handbook for the final approach to the site and do not follow your Sat Nav.
Site access without diversions:
From the East: Leave M25 at junction 17 onto A412 signed for Denham Green. Turn right into Denham Green Lane (not Tilehouse Lane), at the T-junction turn right into Tilehouse Lane. The site is on the right by mobile home park. From the West: exit M25 at junction 16 onto M40 and then exit M40 at junction 1 onto A40, turn right onto A412, left into Denham Green Lane and right at T-junction onto Tilehouse Lane. Please arrive after the set arrival time due to limited parking and access and note that the site has no late night arrivals area. Please only use these recommended directions for the final approach and not SatNav, due to unsuitable roads for towing.
- UB9 5DH
- Lat 51.5934 / Lon -0.50826
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- Bus stop within 1 mile
- Buses go to: Uxbridge
- Car hire on site
- Daily public Transport within 1 mile
- Nearest train station: Denham
- Shop within 1 mile
- Train station within 5 miles
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First impressions, lovely little site, very quiet ...... until the irish travellers turned up !! to be fair to them, they pretty much kept themselves to themselves, the two families across the way from us arrived back at the site about 5ish were joined by a third family and sat outside chatting in this glorious weather, TILL MIDNIGHT !! not only did they talk and swear loudly there was 6 kids of varying ages screaming and shouting, a couple of the children were toddler age still in nappies running around, obviously the parents were too busy chatting to notice one little girls nappy was full and needed changing, the mother screamed at an older child to look after the younger ones, had a repeat performance the next day although they finished about 11.30pm, made Lorraine the warden aware but her hands seemed to be pretty much tied, we were invited to move which tbh would have been pointless because there were another couple of traveller families dotted around the site, they moved off site and the ambience around the site changed, we remarked about this to the warden, she advised there was a possibilty they would return, which they did two days later, one of the men drove a 22plate silver crew-van and also a 22plate motorhome which was now back on site, but I then observed him dragging a caravan in as well and no sooner had they pitched that he drove off again and returned dragging a 2nd caravan about 30-40 minutes later !! Not sure if thats in the rules.... anyway long story short, I won't stay there again because of the possibility of an irish traveller presence several of the members I spoke to said the same thing, in fact was of them was so unsettled by them that he was going to continue his extended stay at Henley site, I've stayed on other sites where there are travellers but the Irish ones are a breed apart, no consideration at all for anyone else
Comment from the Club
We are sorry to read you did not enjoy your stay. As an inclusive organisation, and bearing in mind the law on these matters, the Club do not discriminate against any particular individuals or groups and membership is open to all. With the size of membership that we enjoy, which helps fund the facilities everyone benefits from, diversity across our membership is inevitable. Any unwelcome behaviour from members or guests is always handled appropriately and where necessary, suitable follow up action is taken.
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- 01895 832729