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Suddene Park Farm

· Pewsey, England
550 acres hosted by Sarah W.
5 motorhome/tent pitches
Pitches with countryside views at a livery centre in rural Wiltshire

A rural idyll awaits self-sufficient campers at Suddene Park Farm. This country campsite on a 550-acre livery centre offers back-to-basics pitches complemented by a warm welcome and lovely views. In the foreground, you’ll see horses grazing in the surrounding paddocks and then it’s green fields and trees all the way to Wilton Windmill, the only working mill in Wessex. This is the Vale of Pewsey in Wiltshire on the edge of Salisbury Plain, where the days out include heritage sites, henges, and hills.

The first thing to note is that there’s no toilet (or shower) here so it’s only suitable for those who have their own. If you don’t have your own loo, you'll have to choose a different site. If you do – lucky you. This place offers just a handful of pitches for people like you. It's mostly campervans and motorhomes, naturally, but those with tents are welcome too. There’s electricity, water and a waste water disposal site but that’s all by way of facilities. Apart from that it’s just a field with a view of the vale. Sit in it for any length of time and you’re likely to encounter some of the rich wildlife that lives here: red kites soaring overhead in the daytime; owls twit-twooing at night.

Friendly owner, Sarah, will welcome you to the site, introduce you to her friendly cockerpoo, Rambo, and, if you’re interested, take you to meet some of the horses stabled here. She has a wealth of knowledge on the local area if you’re in search of tips. She can point you towards the Kennet and Avon Canal, which provides a great place to walk the dog (yours, not Rambo). It’s also a lovely route to some local pubs and a picturesque way to two of the most local sights. There’s that working windmill at Wilton and Crofton Beam Engines, a heritage steam-powered pumping station, now open as a museum. Further afield the historic sites get older and grander and an English Heritage card proves its worth. There’s Silbury Hill and Avebury Henge nearby, with Stonehenge a 40-minute drive away.

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8 Ratings · 3 reviews
Neil O.recommends
May 5, 2024
Site 5 - Suddene Park Farm
Great find!
Lovely , friendly and quiet small campsite. Just perfect for what we were looking for, a friendly welcome and everything as expected.
Corin B.recommends
February 21, 2024
Site 5 - Suddene Park Farm
Beautyfull place , nice people
Chris L.recommends
May 28, 2023
Suddene Park Farm
Weather was great always helpful for camping. Field well kept with sun and shade pitches. Lots of birdlife and hares everywhere. Electric available so good for caravan and motorhome only water available no showers or toilets. Host very helpful.
Pewsey, England, United KingdomTo respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Sarah W.Joined in July 2022
From the host
A peaceful and rural farm site on the edge of the Vale of Pewsey. 20 minutes’ drive to Marlborough and 40 minutes to Stonehenge. We are a dog-friendly site with plenty of bridle paths and footpaths for walks. There is also the opportunity to meet the horses on the farm.
Nearby attractions

The campsite is in the Vale of Pewsey, part of the North Wessex Downs. You can walk from Suddene Park Farm to the Kennet and Avon Canal and follow the towpath to Crofton Beam Engines, a mile-and-a-half away (or drive there in five minutes), to see a steam engine in motion and learn about the history of this pumping station. The towpath also provides a route to the village of Wilton and its windmill, lake and pub. You can take a tour of the mill and there’s a café and a shop too. There are lots of lovely villages to explore in the area, with woodland walks at Savernake Forest and the market town of Marlborough six miles away. Avebury with its three stone circles (Avebury Henge) and Silbury Hill are a little further in the same direction (12 miles) and Stonehenge is 20 miles in the other direction.

Food and drink

The closest shop is the well-stocked grocery store at the garage and the closest pub is The White Hart at Burbage, both just a mile away. For a meal out, The Swan at Wilton (two miles on foot, three by car) and The Three Tuns at Great Bedwyn (three miles) make for pleasant destinations at the end of longer walks. Marlborough has plenty of further options for eating out and shops and supermarkets for stocking up at if you want more supplies for the campsite.

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