The campsiteis situated amidst the Purbeck Hills in an area of outstanding beauty in the village of Langton Matravers and is 2½ miles from Swanage seafront. The 4½ acres of fields are surrounded by old stone walling and the pitches offer a variety of aspects, with some delightful views of Swanage Bay.
The close proximity of many excellent walks is an attractive feature. It is possible to walk to Swanage via the Coast Path and catch a bus back to the village. Seacombe Bay, Winspit and Worth Matravers are nearby.
Toms Field is within easy reach of England's natural World Heritage Site, the Jurassic Coast. The stretch of the coast path from Studland Bay to Exmouth in Devon is now this World Heritage Site. The geology of the Jurassic Coast represents 185 million years of earth history.
On-site facilities include toilet block with showers, washing up facilities, disabled toilet and shower, a well stocked shop and gas exchange. We are keen on recycling and the facilities for this.
There is what we call The Stone Room which is a simple 2 person accommodation with an enclosed terraced outside area and toilet and wet room. We also have a Walkers' Barn which can accommodate up tp 6 people for very basic overnight stays, ideal for hikers.
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Leave the A35 onto the A351 or A352 (depending on direction you are travelling in from) and proceed for 11. Turn right onto Haycrafts Lane and after about a mile turn left onto the B3069 and after approx. 1 mile turn right onto Toms Field Road, you will see us shortly after turning into this road.
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