Stone End Farm Camping Review, Coarse, Gloucestershire
Stone End Farm
Coarse, Gloucestershire, England
We have now had 2 lovely weekends in our Camper Van at Stone End Farm. It is within the village of Corse in rural North West Gloucestershire about 8 miles from our house in Gloucester.
Location of Stone End Farm
It is ideally located for exploring The Cotswolds, Gloucester with its Cathedral and Historic Docks, Royal Forest of Dean, the picturesque Wye Valley and the Malvern Hills, all of which can be reached within a half hour drive.
Camping is on two acres of level grass set within eight acres of landscaped grounds. Totally unspoilt and uncommercialised it is ideal for those of you who want a quiet time away. There are two separate coarse fishing water lakes, we didn’t fish, however if you are interested in fishing here then visit www.fisheries.co.uk/stoneend for more information. The only small issue with this site for some maybe that the site does not have any shower facilities, only a small toilet. This did not bother us due to having these facilities in our camper.
The camping site is run in conjunction with a 250 acre working arable farm, the grounds and lakes have an abundance of wildlife, you will find wild guinea pigs, chickens, ducks and geese wandering around. We were met by two adorable dogs who we spent 20 minutes with, throwing their rubber donut!
The location is remote, however, the village of Ashleworth is a short bike ride away, which is home to one of the smallest pubs in England The Boat Inn. The pub has been owned by the Jelf family for over 350 years, and is in a great spot by the river severn.
This site gets booked early so do plan accordingly. We met some lovely people who come here every weekend and one chap actually lives here all the time and pops back to his house in Gloucester to do his washing! This is a great site, a place to totally get away from it all and we witnessed some fantastic sunsets. We paid £10 a night which included hook up, real value for money and we will definitely be back at some point.
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