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As rated by Camping and Caravanning Club members

Brewery Farm Campsite

Set in the heart of rural Dorset, Brewery Farm is affiliated to the Camping and Caravanning Club and has a licence from the local authority,   The farm offers good facilities and great value camping in one of the most beautiful and historically rich parts of the county.  In August 2017 we have completed a fantastic shower and toilet block.

Brewery Farm campsite has 10 pitches and is perfect for a relaxing break or a quiet romantic getaway.  An idyllic stay away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, although we do have WIFI!

Ansty and its surrounding area is known for it's beautiful walks, whether it's a ramble up to the Dorset Gap, a hike along the nearby Jurassic Coast, or just an afternoons' stroll around our plentiful and very well maintained footpaths in and around the village. There are walks in every direction, with no need to even get into the car. Just ask us on arrival for more information.

There is  a well stocked farm shop within a couple of minutes walk, which can supply most things you will need for your holiday.

For a brief history on Brewery Farm please go to the 'Ansty's History' page.

We are listed on the Camping and Caravanning Club website where you can read previous visitor reviews:

We charge the very reasonable price of £24 per night to include use of toilet/shower block, hard standing, electric, wi-fi and water. 

NB if you do not wish to use the shower facilities we can offer a lower rate. 

 

If you would like to book, please contact us by:
Telephone: 01258 881660 or email wallis@breweryfarmansty.co.uk

Caravan rallies are always welcome - please speak to either Carol or Robert Wallis, using the above contact details.

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Testimonials

relaxed atmosphere of the site and area.
helpfulness of the owner for local info.
excellent vista of Dorset countryside.

Peter - July 2017