Welcome To The Grazing Cow
The Grazing Cow
Tel : 01404 831114
Email : email@example.com
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Caravan and Motorhome Club
5 Outfits Only
Easy access from A35 into quiet, sheltered, level paddock with lovely rural views across fields and hills.
Explore the Jurassic Coast, Blackdown Hills, Hardy Country, Honiton 5 mins, Exeter 20 mins, Sidmouth 30 mins, Dartmoor 40 mins. Please follow signs for The Grazing Cow and on final approach please call at Cafe on arrival.
Facilities : Suitable for Caravans and Motorhomes, Electric hook up available, Hardstanding Serviced pitches, Easy access, Toilet, Scenic Views, Dogs welcome.
Nearby : Cafe/Tea room
Open : All year
Pitch Fee : from £15
Lots of flowers to look at and a garden to wonder round.
This site is easy to find and a good size entrance but be careful at the top of the track as there are two wooden gate posts just wide enough to get your van through. It is a quiet and pleasant place to stay. Near to all the main seaside places and main towns. The one thing we were not happy about was that the toilets are too far away from the site to be able to use unless you are a good runner, not essential but it is stated on the information about the Site. Also when you need to empty the toilet it is a long walk from the field you need a trolley or strong arms, as the drive is not smooth for little wheels. I have said this before it would be helpful if there was a information board i.e. the nearest A and E doctors or vets ( if the cl permits dogs) also the nearest place to contact if you have a problem with your caravan. The road is very very busy the left exit view is obstructed by a very large sign and tall bushes and the right exit view is obstructed by more tall bushes, you have to put the nose of the vehicle out in the road to see, and hope someone does not run into you. I did tell the owners and they did agree it was bad and needed to be put right, we stayed for two weeks and it had not been cut back when we left. This site has 10amp hook ups.
The owner is very welcoming. Nice little shop/café on site. The area is well maintained and lovely and quiet. Have been there 2 times and plan to return many more times in future. The only 1 problem we had was not all owners keep there dogs on leads and ended up having a dog trying to get in caravan and there visitors not respecting other peoples space. Hence the site is well worth visiting.
Directions : Site is on the left of the A35 Honiton - Dorchester about 0.25 mile past BP Garage signposted on telegraph pole. Please follow signs for The Grazing Cow and on final approach please call in to The Grazing Cow cafe on arrival.