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Pleasant site

When approaching from the north you leave the B2042 at Cooper's Corner, heading south down a slight hill through trees. The site is on the left between the road and the Bough Beech reservoir. The site slopes down from the road to a flat area at the bottom with room for four caravans. If you are the fifth van there is a flattish area near the site entrance. Although this gives you a lovely view over the surrounding fields, with the reservoir in the distance, it puts you only 15ft from the road. Traffic along it is not really busy, but fast and somewhat noisy although this is not a problem at night. A good site for visiting National Trust properties including Chartwell, Emmetts Garden and Knole, all worth visiting.

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