The Owner Says
Features & FacilitiesOn our campsite we have a utility barn for all guests to use. Inside it has showers, flushing loos, washing up sinks, kettle, toaster, microwave, fridge, freezer, plugs to charge your phone. We have a very small honesty shop to sell logs, kindling, BBQ fuel and a few emergency essentials like a can of soup or a bar of chocolate. We also hire out fire bowls and BBQs for guests to use.
ActivitiesThe thing I love most about our area is how rural we are. We have clean air and more wildlife than cars and people. I also love that our area of Salisbury is steeped in history and legends, with Stonehenge and Avebury, Old Sarum and Salisbury Cathedral, the ancient Grovely Woods.
Food & DrinkThe village of Dinton has a lovely friendly pub called the Wyndham Arms, it serves delicious food and plenty of it! It even does takeaways! One of my favourite places to visit is Langford Lakes, it has a little café that you can sit out on a deck looking over one of the lakes with a cup of tea or coffee and homemade cakes, it is simple and perfect.
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From the A303 take the exit for Wylye village, turn right on to Dinton Road and continue on this road for about three-and-a-half miles until you reach a cros roads. Take a right on to Steep Hollow towards Teffont. You will find Marshwood Farm after about two hundred metres.
Marshwood Farm is in a very rural location with infrequent buses (less than daily) to the nearby village of Dinton so a car is recommended by your hosts. For those determined to use public transport, the closest railway station is at Tisbury, five miles away, but your best bet is to head for Salisbury where there will be taxis available. The ten-mile journey is likely to cost around £40.