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Meadow Cottage Caravan and Motorhome site is set in the Dorset countryside. The site is for Caravan and Motorhome Club Members only. The site has been landscaped to provide a beautiful lake side picnic area. We welcome adults and dogs. We are unable to have children to stay or visit due to the deep water lake and insurance restrictions.
Meadow Cottage is a half an hour drive from the beach and half an hour from the New Forest. Stay in the Dorset Countryside and explore the Jurrasic Coast.
National Trust Member? 15/20 minute drive to Kingston Lacy House (in Wimborne, Dorset) and Badbury Rings Iron Age Hill Fort. Fantastic 2 hour moderate dog friendly trail walk at Badbury Rings and The Oaks, Kingston Lacy.
We have a field where dogs can be walked (dogs must be kept on a lead at all times).
Meadow Cottage Caravan and Motorhome Site has 5 grass pitches. Each pitch has an individual pod with 2 electric hook up points, water and grey waste outlet (toilet disposal point separate). Pitches are 8 metres by 8 metres (for caravan/motorhome, awning and car). There is a 6 metre fire break between each pitch.There is an electric gate and guests will be given a code on check in. We are unable to offer Wi-Fi on the Caravan and Motorhome Site.
Stays up to 28 days available (at a discount).
Easter Special 2022- 7 nights for £100. Book now for April 2022 (we reopen 1st April).
£18 per night for caravan/ motorhome (including 2 adults and 2 dogs). Additional car, adult or visitor £1 (by permission only). Total payment must be made before arrival as we have no credit card facility.
Check-in between 12.30 pm – 7 pm and latest Departure 11 am (late departures may be available by arrangement, please speak to owner).
Read our five star reviews:-
We took pitch no.1 for our 4 night September stay. We were very impressed with the electric keypad gate into the field, very convenient and secure. Also, we really appreciated having our own individual pod for the electric hookup, water tap and grey water disposal , an unexpected delight having a serviced pitch on a CL, what luxury! The owner was lovely and extremely helpful with local information. There was a great little farm shop kiosk along the lane which supplied daily milk, bread, eggs and cakes etc. Plenty of wonderful footpaths and bridleways, especially in and around the nearby Remedy Oaks Golf Club. We often stopped for a coffee or lunch on the lovely terrace of the clubhouse there mid-stroll, it was a friendly and welcoming spot. Also, another great discovery during our stay was Remedy Oak Brewery, a new independent brewery which, to our delight, open a tap room (amongst the vats) to the public on Fridays from 4pm! This was a lovely spot, just a short stroll from the site. We cycled to nearby Verwood, (about 3 miles) which had all amenities including 3 pubs ( with various dining options.) The New Forest and the beautiful Dorset coast are about half and hour away, and Wimborne Minster about 10 mins drive, is a very pleasant place to stop. Can’t wait to return to Meadow Cottage, we absolutely love this part of Dorset and are really looking forward to seeing the Lake and the landscaping mature to its full potential. It’s a wonderful spot.
This is a new site, which i believe is not yet in the club book. The owner was very pleasant and was certainly taking the Covid situation seriously, you would see her wiping all handled surfaces on a regular basis. The setting for this site was very picturesque , and was well secured with a coded gateway, you can expect a good lie in as there was virtually nothing to disturb you. I did feel that some of the marked out pitches could have done with a tad more levelling, this would have made it easier if you were erecting an awning. But I believe that this may well be corrected soon. Each pitch has a light, own waste drain and services and our pitch had no problem with TV, but my wife had to walk fifty yards to get a good out going phone service. Walks in the area are plentiful and not too strenuous, plus you can walk quarter of mile up the road to one of many golf courses in the area, where you can also use the club house for food. It would take too long to list all amenities in the area but that is the pleasure of Dorset. I wish the owner all the best in this new project and i hope it goes well for her, if visiting this area again i will not hesitate to re-book.
Retired couple in 7m motorhome. We spent a couple of nights on this lovely site in early September. Generously sized pitches all with water and electricity. Set in lovely countryside; Wonderfully quiet especially at night. Easy walks or bike rides to local pub and shops. Even a micro brewery just round the corner that has open days and tasting opportunities. Neighbouring golf club permits visitors to its restaurant. 30 min drive to Bournemouth and all that offers. Site team very friendly and helpful.