By Liz and Dave King
Buckinghamshire HP9 2QZ
From Amersham on the A413, proceed towards Chalfont St Giles. At the double roundabout turn right down the hill into Chalfont St Giles and drive through the village. Highclere Farm is on the right just outside the village.
March to January
Nightly costs from £15 per night for two people in low season.
10 amp mains electric hook-up: £2.50 all season.
No charge for children, extra adults, awning or pets.
Extra charges include showers, washing machine and tumble dryer.
Location, location, location! In a rural setting, on a working farm just 10 minutes walk from the village of Chalfont St Giles, where some of Dad’s Army and other TV series were filmed, with pubs, a butcher, a delicatessen, newsagents, a small supermarket and the village duck pond. It’s a family site, with a play area, with some grass pitches and some hard standing, neither are generously sized and you’ll need rock pegs for an awning. There is a security barrier which is closed at night, CCTV and the owner lives on site. Three railway stations with trains to London are nearby. Legoland isn’t far away either.
American Motorhomes accommodated
CCTV and height barrier for security
Rising centre post secures grass pitches
Sanitary block at Highclere Farm
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