Sunnydale Farm Touring Park & Campsite is located in Netley Abbey three miles from Southampton cruise terminal and IOW ferry and a twenty minute drive for the Channel Ferry to France and Spain. The touring pitches are all fully serviced with electric, water and grey waste drain and is open all year (hard standing pitches only during winter).
The caravan park has a total of forty level pitches, twenty three are hard standing pitches four of which are super size for RV's.
The caravan park offers the following facilities:
Toilet & shower block.
Separate disabled toilet/shower.
Laundry room with washing machines and dryers.
Sinks for washing up.
Freezers and ice blocks.
Shop onsite with essentials.
As well as the small onsite shop there is a Tesco Extra superstore just a short drive away. There are also some convenient stores located in Netley Abbey and Hamble.
The campsite is located close to a bus stop meaning you can easily reach the local attractions. Netley Abbey offers a range of attractions and activities including the Royal Victoria Country Park where you can enjoy walking, play on the park or see the wildlife. The caravan park is located just one mile away from the beach which provides a lovely place to go for a day out.
There are many takeaways in the local area including Chinese, Indian and fish and chips. They all deliver to the campsite so you can enjoy a delicious meal without having to even leave the site.
The local village of Hamble has a beautiful marina and also has four pubs/restaurants that service scrumptious food.
Many guests visit the campsite as it is located close to Portsmouth where there is a historical dockyard. The famous dockyard offers a range of attractions including HMS Victory, harbour tours, the Mary Rose Museum and HMS Warrior 1860.
Portsmouth is also home to Spinnaker Tower which stands one hundred and seventy meters above the harbour. The tower offers superb panoramic views over the harbour, south coast and the Isle of Wight.
Whilst staying at the caravan park you can also visit The New Forest and see many of the pretty little villages and towns including Lymington, Lyndhurst and Bucklers Hard. The New Forest provides many lovely places to walk and some truly beautiful views.
Five minute drive from the M27 Junction 8. Follow signs for Hamble, taking B3397, passing Tesco Superstore on your left. Continue on this road over two mini roundabouts next right into Portsmouth Road (A3025) passing The Plough public house then left into Grange Road - Sunnydale Farm is half a mile along on the left.
A SatNav might take you a different route, as we share the post code with others - Yellow sign 'SUNNYDALE FARM.'
For more information please visit our website.
Rates: Please see website.
Children are welcome.
Pets are welcome.
Sorry, no groups.