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Lee Wick Farm Cottages and Camping

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It’s all things great and small at Lee Wick Cottages and Camping in the north Essex countryside – the site itself is cutely dinky, but comes with a new camping Mega Pod for mega glampers with its own loo and shower.

And we bet this is the only campsite in the country where you can get a side order of spuds when you stay – the farm focused on potato production before branching out into holiday cottages, camping and glamping, and spuds are still grown on site. Say hi to Robert in the farm office at the top of the lane, where he’ll often be found fulfilling his role of potato merchant. You might also find him around the horse stables – Lee Wick Farm has stabling for around 18 horses, which should keep equine enthusiasts entertained. Or maybe you’d prefer to cast off instead at the farm’s fishing reservoir, or bag a free pass to the neighbouring Essex Wildlife Trust Colne Point Nature Reserve: the road beyond the farm leads directly to the reserve.

The site welcomes well-behaved canine campers too.

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Single sex groups are not accepted via Strictly no under 21s: proof of age may be requested.

Depart: (2 nights)
Party:2 adults


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Age brackets: infants (0-1); children (2-17); adults (18+).


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Terms and conditions

Please read the park terms and conditions below and the terms and conditions.

All bookings must be paid for in full prior to arrival. All late visitors are asked to call Robert Clarke on the mobile number provided on the contact details on your booking.

Please do not feed the horses in the paddocks nearby or venture into the stabling areas.

Please be aware that the walk from the paddock to the seawall footpath is by kind permission of our neighbours - please do not litter.

Please also note that there are deep dykes surrounding the fields. These are dangerous and swimming is not permitted in the dykes.

Please also be aware that the marshes beyond the seawall are muddy and boggy and potentially very dangerous, they also form part of the nature reserve, so guests must not venture onto the marshes.