Furzehill Farm

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Amazing

Just had a gorgeous week on this site, peaceful, pretty, amazing weather, lovely walks, couldn’t have been better and the owner Richard is so helpful and knowledgeable, made us feel very welcome, this is our 3rd visit here and it never fails, THANKYOU Richard, 25/04/2021 👍🏼
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Just what we needed.....

First experience with our caravan - wanted to revisit my childhood which was caravan holidays in the middle of the New Forest walking, riding & relaxing. Lovely site with immediate access onto the forest. Very friendly, informative hosts. Rained quite hard during our 5 nights there but easy exit due to access track. Lots of walking - short or long, easy or challenging but actually we loved the peace & quiet. We will be back soon.
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Amazing place

We came here last week in July and what a site. The owner is really friendly and knowledgeable about all the walks fron the site. We had a great weeks stay with fantastic weather and the walks and view's are stunning. Definitely going back again
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Lovely stay

We stayed at Furzehill Farm for a week in August 2020 with our two children (9 & 4yrs old). Richard the owner could not have been more welcoming and accommodating. The water point and rubbish bin on the pitch was a big plus for us. Another reviewer mentioned road noise, yes there is the occasional road noise but to be honest it really did not bother us as the area is so lovely and peaceful. The children loved exploring the beautiful surroundings and enjoyed visiting the little wooden bridge hidden in the trees which is a short walk up towards The Cabin, just before the road bends to the left. We used "What Three Words" as advised which took us straight to the site. Thank you for a wonderful break. We look forward to staying here again in the future.

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Still a great CL

A great CL in a great location which I reviewed favourably on 3 Sep 14. The CL borders and is above and partially screened from its access road. There is intermittent use of this road by other vehicles but they are relatively slow moving and we think unobtrusive. On our most recent stay and for the first time, we had trouble getting off our pitch due to the wet conditions. When we had a caravan we were able to position our tow car so that its drive wheels were on the central track before hitching up. With our new motorhome, which is small but heavy and not 4x4, we struggled to get up the slight incline onto the track. This is something to bear in mind if it is wet.
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Almost but not quite !

A peacefull site in lovely surrounding country. A little more sloping than gentle, levelling blocks required (top 2 pitches reasonably ok). 1 water point & seperate chemical disposal with a hose flush, at the top of the slope, (uphill with the toilet & down hill with full water barrels !) Television reception was quite good but when raining, nothing at all !? I strongly suggest that this site only be approached via Mockbeggar Lane, turn left at the end & branch right at the signpost to Furzehill follow the road & keep a sharp eye out for sight sign which is very low down on the right hand side. The owners were very amiable & we had a great time especially as my good lady loves horses but I do not think we will be going back, at our age flat pitches are much more preferable !!
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Basic CL in lovely area

This is a well spaced but basic CL with easy access and set in a beautiful locality. We didn't see the owner until near the end of our 6 night visit , which is fine with us but maybe not if you like to see the owner at arrival etc.. Easy access to the heathland for miles of dog walking from site and it is lovely to see the deer, donkeys and horses grazing along the roadsides and wandering as they liked ( definitely priority over vehicles!) Well located to visit the area either inland or to the sea and plenty to keep us occupied for the week and the local farm shop has a tearoom and sells good meat and provisions for topping up supplies The only downside for us was that even though the road that runs behind the pitches looked narrow and quiet there was quite a bit of activity and noise from cars , joggers and horse riders. We do prefer to be on quiet sites where you can relax and feel away from the hustle and bustle so appreciate that others may not be so aware or disturbed but this would put us off returning..

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Super CL

Just had a lovely 5 night stay at this CL. Basic but all you need, EHU and water. All on grass but well mowed. Handy for visiting lots of places good for walking, although dare I say a bit too hot for the dog whilst we were there, found some shady wooded walks though. Owners very informative but not intrusive. Had meals out at High Corner and Roysl Oak at Fritham can recommend. Ponies and Deer in abundance just outside the site. Good farm shop within walking distance. Just watch you don't miss the entrance as we did! Would love to return Autumn time as the scenery would be stunning.
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Lovely area

The CL is smaller than some we have stayed in but we had plenty of room and a nice view. The owner was very welcoming, friendly and had some lovely produce in an honesty box. The owner showed us a stunning 10m walk across the New Forest to Flitham and back with a lovely pub lunch at the Royal Oak. Had a lovely bike ride and Hockley Farm shop down the Rd did lovely food. Would happily stay here again when next in the area
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Tranquil Weekend

This was only our second CC CL we have stayed at and we were not disappointed.  It was a lovely summer sunny weekend and the site gave us the opportunity to have a really quiet time.  It was an ideal site for a quick break and the ability to walk our two terriers in the New Forest was brilliant.  The site slopes slightly and blocks were needed.  I also felt it would be tricky too if it had been wet at all.  The water tap is at the top of the field along with the waste water disposal.  The separate waste bins for recycling are located at the entrance gate.  Overall this was a neat tidy site overlooking another field and woods with apple trees along one edge. We bought some lovely spice chilli from Richard on one of our walks.  We will be back for more dog walking and to the pubs next time!Happy

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