Cedar Valley is in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, deep in the Hampshire countryside but within easy reach of both London and the south coast.
A large grassy field located near Bereleigh House provides the ideal location for campers. Guests are welcome to explore the field and find the perfect pitch.
We believe it's a great location and our aim is to have as little impact on the immediate environment as possible. We do however, have showers, wash basins and toilets.
Children are obviously very welcome and we have a designated mown area where they can play football, fly kites and generally muck around in total freedom and safety.
We offer a memorable and affordable experience, so please come and visit us soon.
We have six good, strong mountain bikes and helmets which can be hired by the day at reception. There are a number of good tracks on the estate itself or there are many lanes and routes to explore in the area.
Ponies can be arranged for three-hour rides through beautiful woodland or around our cross-country course for amateur or experienced riders.
The famous South Downs Way is very close and there are a number of circular walks and cycle routes mapped out to help you enjoy the stunning countryside.
The famous Meon Valley Springs is approximately two miles away where there is fishing for the expert or instruction for the amateur.
Water quality at nearby bathing waters
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|Relaxing heavy-beamed rustic pub with enjoyable if not cheap bar and restaurant food, Badger ales, cosy areas around central bar counter, inglenook log fires; children and dogs welcome, nice back terrace, five comfortable bedrooms, pretty village with fine church, good walks, open all day Sun||Olde George
|Village pub named for founder of Lord's cricket ground, individual rustic style with interesting mix of chairs around wooden tables, old leather sofa, stuffed animals in display cabinets, bare boards and log fires, back room lined with books for sale, imaginative if not cheap food, Bowman ales tapped from the cask; children and dogs welcome, attractive formal garden with outdoor bar, wood-fired pizza oven, chicken run and neat vegetable patch, open all day weekends, closed Mon||Thomas Lord
|Civilised country pub with scrubbed pine tables, fresh flowers, candles and bare boards, log fire, good generous rather upmarket food inc interesting vegetarian dishes and bargain weekday lunches, well kept Bass and Ringwood Fortyniner, Czech lager on tap, decent wines by the glass, watchfully friendly service; pretty new stables restaurant with open range (may be used for grilling), tables out on terrace, country views||Trooper
|Charming building (aka Pub With No Name) high and isolated on the downs, two well worn in idiosyncratically old-fashioned rustic parlours (candlelit at night), open fires, cheerful staff, good range of well kept ales (beer festivals), enjoyable food from bar snacks up, family dining room; tables out by floodlit pond, open all day wknds||White Horse
|Extended dining pub opposite historic cricket pitch and with plenty of cricketing memorabilia (the game's rules are said to have been written here), log fires and comfortable modern furnishings in three linked rooms, Fullers ales, enjoyable food from well priced snacks up, good friendly service, panelled restaurant; children and dogs welcome, tables on front terrace, garden behind with lovely downs views, good walks, open all day||Bat & Ball
- Uppark House and Garden (7.5 miles)
- Mid-Hants Railway 'Watercress Line' (7.8 miles)
- Jane Austen's House (8.9 miles)
- Hinton Ampner (5.6 miles)
- Uppark House and Garden (7.3 miles)
Find local routes on the National Cycle Network - over 12,000 miles of cycling routes.
- East Meon - Ramsdean - Langrish - East Meon (0.9 miles)
- East Meon - South Downs Way - Butser Hill (0.9 miles)
- East Meon - Ramsdean - Langrish - East Meon (0.9 miles)
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Basic site with clean toilets, hot showers and central fire pits 7 Aug 2015
deborah_g (With friends, 2 reviews) Confirmed
Nice quiet site for a short stay with loads of space for kids to play 9 Aug 2015
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Leisure on site
Bar or club house
Indoor swimming pool
Outdoor swimming pool
Amenities on site
Car parking by pitch
Ice pack freezing
Parent & baby washroom
Pick-up from public transport
Gas cylinders available
Commercial vehicles allowed
Dogs allowed all year
Horse riding nearby
Leisure/theme park nearby
Mountain biking nearby
D. of E. welcome
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Nearby farmers' market
Medium (26-50 pitches)
Jumbo tent pitches
Ordnance Survey maps (GB and Northern Ireland only) are available at lower levels via the drop-down menu.
- Coach stations
Petersfield: Dragon Street Coach Stop — 4.4mi
4.4mi Horndean (Hants): Precinct Coach Stop — 6.8mi
6.8mi Cowplain (Havant): London Rd Coach Stop — 7.9mi
- Train stations
Petersfield Rail Station — 4.1mi
4.1mi Liss Rail Station — 6.7mi
6.7mi Rowlands Castle Rail Station — 8.7mi
- Ferry ports
Portsmouth Continental Ferry Terminal — 13.8mi
13.8mi Eastney Ferry Landing — 14.6mi
14.6mi Hayling Island Ferry Landing — 14.6mi
Southampton Airport — 14.7mi
From London on the A3
Take the A272 exit for Winchester. Continue for 4.2 miles through Stroud and Langrish. Ignore the signpost to East Meon in Langrish. Continue until your reach the signpost for 'East Meon 2.5 miles' and 'Bereleigh 1 mile'; turn left. Travel 1 mile until you see the entrance to the estate on the left (a brick and flint wall with urns on the top, lodge house and tarmac drive.) The estate office is to the left at the top of the drive in the courtyard.
From London on the M3
Exit at Junction 4. Take A331 to Farnham then the A31 to Alton, then the A32 towards Fareham. At the West Meon Hut pub turn left, go through the tunnel and turn right after 1 mile at the signpost to 'East Meon 2.5 miles' and 'Bereleigh 1 mile'. Travel 1 mile until you see the entrance to the estate on the left (a brick and flint wall, lodge house and tarmac drive.)
From the west
Take the A272 from Winchester towards Petersfield. Go straight through the traffic lights at the West Meon Hut pub, go through the tunnel and turn right after 1 mile at signpost to 'East Meon 2.5 miles' and 'Bereleigh 1 mile'. Travel 1 mile until you see the entrance to the estate on the left (a brick and flint wall, lodge house and tarmac drive.)
Permitted arrival/departure time
|Camping and touring|
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Arrive:Fri 3 May 2013
Depart:Sat 4 May 2013
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