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Brocklands Farm in Hampshire

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A delightful secluded site in the South Downs National Park with large pitches. Farm walks are available and the nearby stone age settlement of Old Winchester Hill is within walking distance.
The picturesque village of West Meon is a short walk away. It has a prize winning pub, a champion butcher and a general stores. A disused railway line provides an almost level cycle route.
Historic Winchester is 12 miles away and Chichester and Portsmouth are within easy reach.
Tents welcome with own toilet only. BBQs & campfires must be at least 30cm above the ground.

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Reviews of Brocklands Farm

amazing place to stay its so peaceful. My kids loved playing around and watching the wild life
can't wait to go again
natalie harding (9th Jun 2013)
A lovely quiet, clean and peaceful place. A great environment to chill out. The are no amenities so you will need to bring everything with you including a chemical toilet if you are in a tent.
Paul Boydell (3rd May 2013)