Lorne Hill Farm
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We stayed at Lorne Hill Farm mainly because it's very handy for the M4 - but what a gem we found. Glorious countryside with racing stables close by so lots of horses out for training rides. It was really peaceful with lots of birdsong and there's a smart pub in the village if you're not in the mood for cooking. Pitches are in little bays separated by trees so even though it's relatively small you wouldn't feel crowded by neighbours. If you need a stop-off close to the M4 this one is well worth a visit.
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Really don't want to share this site as would hate it to become too popular so it is always fully booked. What a little gem it really is, if you want peace and tranquility coupled with stunning rolling hillside, magnificent Red Kites flying overhead and amazing walks on your doorstep then this is the site for you. Access good but careful through picturesque village, site small and secluded with all the expected amenities. If you can't survive without a TV this is not the site for you, for us it was total escapism and no TV signal was a bonus. We loved it so much we have booked a week at the end of the month.