Lorne Hill Farm
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We stayed here in mid March 2013 and loved it. Plenty of wildlife to watch from your front window. TV reception very good with a standard Status ariel. It rained all weekend and snowed on the Sunday morning as we were leaving. The bottom of the site became flooded so pitch at the top if the forcast is bad. God bless the motor mover.
Quiet secluded well laid out site site with great views. 10 min walk to picturesque village of East Garston. Note: GPS co-ordinates given under site location are incorrect. The site is actually further on at this location 51.4935,-1.469014
About 15 mins north of Junc 14 on the M4. It's set in the Lambourne Downs and is about 3 miles from Lambourne itself. The site is a working farm and is set in fantastic rolling countryside, with some trees dotted around to split up the pitches Plenty of places to walk in the area and some nice pubs along the way. TV reception appeared to be none existent (you might fare better with a whip aerial but I couldn't get anything with a normal caravan aerial and booster) despite being able to see the transmitter on the horizon. This is one of those sites you discover and never forget.
In a quiet valley in the Berkshire Downs. Off the beaten track but only 10 minutes from M4. Great views, farm animals, red kites, buzzards etc. 5 mins walk from picture-postcard village. Big enough to give privacy to all five vans and some are separated by trees. A superb site for a wind-down. Radio and TV reception none-existent but that can be a blessing! Always a marvellous welcome. The dogs love it too. Walks from the farm up onto the downs. The perfect site for country lovers.