Nestled on the fringes of the Chiltern Hills, this rural spot with good urban connectivity is great for a quick getaway, or a longer settle in stay. Just a few miles from the M40 motorway, and 10 or so minutes from the M4 and M25, we are easy to find. 5 pubs can be found within walking distance – and a short drive delivers you to the famous Model Village, Odds Farm with soft play area, Nature Reserves, Sports Grounds, Play Parks, local shops and services, and several National Trust properties (including Cliveden).
The camping and glamping site is perched at 100 metres above sea level snuggled between two woodlands, Wash Hill Wood & Farm Wood. An opening between the woodlands gives sight to a stunning view down the valley of the River Wye, a famous protected chalk stream which once provided New Zealand with their Brown Trout. We are dog friendly and aimed at peaceful groups and families.
The spacious 13-acre site incorporates open space for recreation/leisure, and boasts a conservation strip of sunflower and winter bird maize where you can sit on the fringes and enjoy the evening sunset, observe local wildlife, or simply take in the view.
The site has proper flushing toilets, hot showers, washing up-sinks, and you can hire a fire pit for your stay too. The site shop/cafe has all basic necessities, as well as local meat and produce.