Little Tidebrook Farm
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We have stayed here before a couple of times about fourteen years ago so it was good to go back and there and find it so unchanged. The site owners are very friendly and whilst being part of a working horse farm is still very peaceful. As always I've made a short film of the site. https://youtu.be/g3OVDDAWdUg
We stayed on this site 27th – 31st August 2014. We often choose sites with no hookup because they are likely to be less populated. We had this peaceful site to ourselves. It faces east with a gentle slope overlooking paddocks with delightful views of the woodland on the other side of the valley. The owners were friendly and helpful. There is no Caravan Club sign at the entrance; the gate is signed Little Tidebrook Farm. The gate opens outwards so don’t stop too close. Once through the gate call at the farm to be guided through the stables to the site. It is nearer one third of an acre than the one acre declared in the handbook. Water is on the site. The disposal point is an inspection hatch at the farm 200 yards away. There is no water for flushing. There are no bins on the site. Wellies are essential if it rains.