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Eweleaze Farm in Dorset

Idyllic organic farm situated along the Jurassic coastline. Known locally as 'Paradise Valley', it affords acres of lush, green fields, complete with uninterrupted panoramic views and private beach. Northdown Farm is just what you need for getting back to nature with a traditional camping holiday. We are a family friendly campsite and even the dog can come along too. The site also boasts a mix of earth and conventional toilets for the traditional camper, solar powered showers and sinks for washing up. There is a well stocked shop on site offering a vast range of organic items including organic meats from the farm's own livestock. Why not enjoy a wood-fired organic pizza, freshly made on site, beside your open camp fire whilst watching the sunset over the bay.

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Reviews of Eweleaze Farm

This site is absoloutly fantastic, did not want to leave, loved the fact that we could get some great walks in. The shower block beat any that I have been in in the pastm I just loved all the wood, for showers and toilets alike, so clean and so much room, we did not have children with us, but could see how much fun the site was for children that I rang my daughter to tell her about it and she booked up the following day, and is down there now with her children. The only negative thing I have to say about the shop is that they do not sale coffee or tea, and when you have ran out early evening as we did it was a bit of a nuisence having to go off the site to the local co-op, but then I am a bit lazy when on holiday. I would give this site 9 stars out of 10.
Judith Hammond (29th Aug 2011)
The campsite was in a beautiful location and the private beach was fantastic. The staff were brilliant and although the shop a little pricey for some items, the quality was very high. The compost toilets take some getting used to as mentioned and I agree another block of showers would be a good idea but overall a fab site and will be definitely going back!
Nicola Heesom (22nd Aug 2011)
Stayed five nights on the Eweleaze campsite, loved the open space and the organic shop, although pricey the food was excellent. Had campfires everynight outside the tent which the kids loved. The beach was stoney but lovely and quiet. Views were breathtaking front he top of the site and the coastal path was useful, especially to get to the Smugglers Inn(expensive but great service and quality) at Osmington Mills. Throughly recommended, just the toilets take some getting used too and a few more showers to kill the queues would be helpful.
Richard Murphy (16th Aug 2011)
Just back from 4 nights at Northdown Farm. A fantastic site - really well run with great facilities - although a few more loos wouldnt go amiss! The best capsite showers EVER! We loved the animals and a great pub just across the field. Great value and lovely staff - really relaxed. We will be back for sure!
Jacqui Cornish (2nd Aug 2011)
Instead of a girlie night 'in', my two best mates and I had a girlie night 'out' at northdown farm! It was fab! Camp site great except for the compost loos - great idea but compost bags needed changing more often as smell was nauseating!! This was done on the morning of our departure! Apart from that everything was great-everyone so friendly especially pete the bus driver who chauffered us down to look at the private beach. Would definitely go back as long as the loo review is heeded to!!
Nicky Brookes (1st Aug 2011)
Stayed 3 nights at Northdown Farm with 3 children and had a fantastic time. Beautiful location with good facilities, although the composting toilets take some getting used to. Good little shop and the kids spent most of the time playing with kittens, puppies, rats(1) and some wandering goats. Recommended.
Ian S (29th Jul 2011)
Excellent campsite from every angle. Massively popular, though not overcrowded. Good facilities, including an abundance of well-maintained earth toilets and solar showers, good onsite shop and food outlets and a petting zoo for kids. The best sea views in England with a great walk along the Jurassic Coast path to the Smugglers Inn. Buy a few hay bales to put round your campfire...
Henry Moon (6th Jun 2011)