One of the few unspoilt, non-commercialised coastal sites with unpolluted sea air, situated on the beautiful s.w. coast, with easy access to our sandy beach and picturesque views of our Chine and Brighstone Forest.
There are 60 acres of camping, wildlife and farm-land with plenty to do. The camping area covers 2 acres with grass pitches for tents, hard standing pitches and power hook-ups for caravans & motorhomes. We also have fully furnished static caravans and self-catering cottages.
We welcome tents of all shapes and sizes, caravans, motor homes, touring vans and campervans.
Our traditional grass pitches are level and unmarked, so families can group together. You can park your car right next to your pitch. We have areas that look directly out to the sea but wherever you pitch, you will always get a great view.
There are 10 hard-standing pitches, some with electric hook-up, but please be sure to request these and book in advance.
If you fancy the idea of camping but with a more substantial roof, we have specially made Camping Pods. We designed and built these on our farm. Made of wood, they have a lockable door, window and electricity supply. The pods have no furniture. They allow you to bring your own camp beds, bedding and sundries just as you would if you had a tent.
We welcome well behaved dogs kept on a lead at all times. Dogs are allowed on the beach below the campsite.
The whole area is ideal for cycling, fishing, fossil hunting - a walkers paradise.
An idea family holiday for Camping or Self-catering in our static caravans or converted barns.
We are a small, family run working farm, having many unusual, friendly animals including: Alpas, Llama, rare breed pigs, goats, pony, horse, water buffalos, donkey, poultry etc.
We have 4 Cottage Barn Conversions, and 12 centrally heated Static Caravans situated on an old lifeboat station area, a stone throw from the beach!
Fishing on Brighstone beach Pond fishing 1 mile away Village of Brighstone just under 1 mile walk - pubs, church, tea rooms, thatched post office, national trust shop, museum, newsagents, mace shop Lovely walks and cycling in forest, cliffs or up on downs Also close:Freshwater & Compton bay, Blackgang Chine, Needles, Alum Bay Fossil hunting - dinosaur farm very close, oragnised tours on beach
From Fishbourne or Cowes follow signs to:- Newport then Carisbrooke, at Carisbrooke take the A3323 road to Shorwell & Brighstone, just before Brighstone village take a left turning by the church (called New road) From Yarmouth follow signs to Freshwater Bay, follow the A3055 for 5 miles we are the next on the Right.
Bus routes No:12 bus to Brighstone Village from Newport The Island Explorer bus: travels right around the coast, it stops outside our farm entrance.
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