Crabbs Bluntshay Farm Campsite

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Crabbs Bluntshay Farm Campsite is set in 2.25 acres on mainly flat land with a tall hedge for shelter. We have mains water, showers, hand basins with hot water and a kitchen area. Eight electrical hook-ups are available.

Honey, cider and chutneys are available from the owners, along with flowers and some vegetables in the summer and autumn. There is a conservation walk around the farm showing archaeological, geological and historical features as well as more recent developments. Deer may be seen during the walk. The site is close to the Liberty Trail (a walk from Lyme Regis to Ham Hill to commemorate the Monmouth Rebellion).

The national cycle Sustrans route can be joined less than half a mile away and bicycle hire can be arranged locally. The campsite is situated in the beautiful Marshwood Vale, Dorset, a few miles from Bridport. We are a Camping and Caravanning Club Certified site with space for five touring caravans or motorhomes and we also have room for tents. We are open all year except 24, 25, 26, 31 December, and January up to the 12th.

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Crabbs Bluntshay Farm Campsite

Whitchurch Caninicorum, Bridport, Dorset, DT6 6RN
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Tel01297 489064

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