Morn Hill Caravan and Motorhome Club Site
England, South, Hampshire, Winchester
- +44 1962 869877
- 12 March - 1 November
Alan Rogers Review
Morn Hill Caravan and Motorhome Club site is an ideal site for an overnight prior to a cross channel sailing being just 14 miles from Southhampton. It is also idea for exploring Winchester and the local area including the South Downs Way, with both Beaulieu Motor Museum and the New Forest only a 40 minutes drive away.
This is a very peaceful spacious open plan site consisting of 90 pitches all with 16 amp electricity, well segmented by trees and shrubs to give each visitor a sense of privacy, and shade during summer months. Access and exit by electronic barriers and once you have negotiated the roundabout is good.
Morn Hill Caravan and Motorhome Club Site is conveniently located near Winchester, an old cathedral city of considerable beauty in that it has retained many of its ancient buildings and happily excluded the motor car from its heart. The site is an ideal base for touring some of England's most renowned and delightful landmarks - within an hour's drive you can reach the university town of Oxford, the grand castle in Windsor, pretty Chichester and the South Downs, Salisbury, The New Forest and the famous Stonehenge. No activities on site for children.
Two sanitary blocks,clean but dated and in need of modernisation. Facilities for visitors who are disabled. Laundry. Showers. Wash basins. Dish washing. Motorhome service point. Small shop stock essentials including calor and camping gas. Chemical toilet point. No children’s play area. Wi-Fi hot spot, poor, charged. BBQs allowed gas, electric & charcoal. Defibrillator. TV reception good. Pets allowed. Dog walk. Security barrier. Twin axle caravans accepted. No late-night arrivals area. Bus stop 200 metres. Train station 4 miles. Tesco 3 miles. Tents allowed. Earliest time of arrival 12 noon. Maximum outfit length 10 metres. Caravan & Motorhome storage.
The Campsite Says...“ ”
Signage to this site is very poor and the roundabout by the entrance needs extreme caution. Leave the M3 at junction 9 (from North), junction 10 (from South) onto the A31 (signposted Alton). In 2.5 miles at the roundabout (junction B3404) continue into the road signposted Easton. Turn immediate right. The turning of the roundabout is not well signposted and you have to cut right across the B3404 on the roundabout to gain access, beware of traffic from the left. The site is divided into two areas. Please note the site lies 3 miles east of Winchester. Caravans should not be towed through the city. Do not use Sat Nav this will take you further up the A31Link to campsite location map on google
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|N51 3 43||W1 15 30|