I came across this site as we needed somewhere to stay while we attended at the IOW festival. I wanted to stay off site from the festival as we like our sleep and quiet time too much.
We arrived at 1pm and booked in at reception with a lovely lady, when we sorted everything out the lady walked as we drove to show us what field we were on, . The lady was very helpful and suggested we set up by the trees as it was very windy the day we arrived, there is a slight slope but not much, the sun was covered by the trees in the morning which I like so we didn't wake up in a sweat and all hot and bothered and we had the sun from about 11am ish til it went down over the hills which is also a lovely view.
The shower/toilet block is fine but could do with updating and washing up area is next to the shower block.
We were not rushed in getting off the site at a certain time just along we where off by mid afternoon as they understand the ferries are a bit crazy after the festival which was lovely.
The site is sign posted off the main road so you cannot miss it.
Essentials are available at the reception and reasonable priced.
Prices are £12 per night for a tent with two adults and up to two children. Each extra adult is £6 each per night, and electric hook-up is £2. 50 per night.
This is a lovely friendly site and the owners are really nice and helpful and made our 1st Festival a brilliant one and we hope to see you next year for the Festival.
Just come back from a week away at Comforts farm, True what other reviews have said, outdated facilities but clean and tidy shower block. The pitch we were on was on a bit of hill but wasn't really a problem, Plenty of room on the pitches and a great view all round. Would highly recommend this site to families and couples, camping or caravanning. The site has a good location if travelling from Portsmouth or Southampton and easy access to all the beaches and attractions of the island, Look forward to a visit again next year.
Fab little campsite with beautiful views and great location. The entrance in can be easy to miss, so make sure you drive slowly.You'll need to anyway as it's a bendy/hilly road with some parked cars.
Very large pitches, some with electric, but on quite a slope, so go prepared. We had plenty to level the trailer, but had to make do to sort out the camp kitchen, and never had anything other than very wonky chairs
Sun sets slightly to the right of the pylon in the distance, just in case you like to sit out in the evenings.
Very friendly check in.Receptions on the left as you go round a sharp left hand turn. Limited supply of essentials, but to be honest I wasn't expecting any.So bit of a bonus.
Travellers Joy pub almost opposite the entrance, does very good main meals,excellent beers and nice pool table for 50p a go (just in case it's raining).
Shower/Loo block old, but always very clean. 3 showers & 3 loos for ladies (sorry, can't comment on gents but would expect the same). Nothing to dry your hands on though (other than loo roll) so take a towel or wave them about a bit. Proper taps in the showers, so no leaning on the button every 5 seconds. O/H & sons did have a problem with the showers as previously mentioned, but just took longer. I on the other hand, didn't, even though other cubicles were in use.
Under cover washing/washing up area was clean & tidy as well. Irons can be borrowed from reception and they have one washing machine and one spin dryer.
All in all an excellent basic site, very good value for money, with no one coming round shouting at you to get off by are certain time.I'll be back
Happy to agree with the previous positive reviews.
Position is not remote by any means, but a peaceful location set in an attractive fold in the ground. Pitching area is one large space, gently sloping, and quite sheltered.
As previously mentioned, facilities block remains dated, but well maintained and quite functional.
If you enjoy real ale, one additional point worthy of note is that the Travellers Joy pub, which is only about 100m from site entrance, has just been voted CAMRA IOW Pub of the Year.
One note on the ferries; donít worry if you are a little early or late for your booked sailing. Sailings are every 30 mins, and as long as you have a valid ticket, they will get you on the next available departure, and mostly, there is space.
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