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Sea Barn Farm Camping Park, Fleet, Weymouth, Dorset
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Sea Barn Farm Camping Park, Fleet, Weymouth, DorsetAs you turn off the main road and head for Sea Barn Farm through narrow, mostly single-track country roads, shaded with tall trees on either side, it feels like a pioneering journey of discovery in forgotten Dorset. And then you find this gorgeous little tenters' campsite, neatly contained by a low stone wall, with the most fantastic panorama as a backdrop. The view of Fleet Lagoon, Lyme Bay, and the Jurassic Coast can be seen from many of the pitches; others have countryside views and some have no view at all, as pitches are arranged across a sequence of small fieldlets with differing outlooks.

In truth, the low-key, undiscovered ambience at Sea Barn Farm is something of an illusion. The site's actually part of a larger operation that includes the adjacent campsite and a touring caravan park. Although they're separate from Sea Barn Farm, guests can use their facilities, which include an outdoor heated swimming pool and a bar and clubhouse. So, it's the best of both worlds at Sea Barn Farm - quiet and peaceful camping, with extra entertainment just next door.

Sea Barn Farm Camping Park, Fleet, Weymouth, Dorset


COOL FACTOR Sea views and farm landscapes.

WHO'S IN? Tents, campervans, motorhomes, dogs (on leads) - yes. Croups - by arrangement. Caravans - no.

ON SITE Approx. 250 pitches; 50 hook-ups (£3). No hardstanding.Two blocks with free hot showers and toilets; 2 family shower rooms and disabled facilities. Laundry (£ 3; £ 3-4 for drying). A bar/clubhouse and swimming pool at adjacent West Fleet Farm during peak season. No campfires.

OFF SITE There are 2 great attractions nearby: the Bovington Tank Museum (01929 405096) and Monkey World (01929 462537).The site also runs right down into the Fleet Lagoon - a protected nature reserve.

FOOD AND DRINK Incredible views at Cafe Oasis (01305 833054) in Weymouth. Some of Dorset's best seafood is at the Hive (01308 897070; www.hivebeachcafe.co.uk).

CETTINC THERE Take the A354, follow signs for Bridport and the B3157. After Chickerell, left at the mini roundabout to Fleet. At the top of the hill, after the church, turn left at the crossroads to site. (Satnav may lead you to the rear entrance.)

PUBLIC TRANSPORT Bus no. 8 from Weymouth to Chickerell, then a short walk.

OPEN March-October.

THE DAMAGE Pitch plus 2 adults £ 11-£ 21; child £ 1-£ 2.50.




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