We camped here for two nights. Its a small site with some shepherd huts for rent and space for about 10 -15 tents or vans. One toilet and one shower which were clean. Washing up facilities, kettle, freezer, toaster are all available. Lovely view from field towards Malmesbury Abbey. Cows in field next to tents provided us with some entertainment! Would definitely stay again
Overnight stay in the "old dairy" b&b. Absolutely beautiful building and grounds. Cottage was lovely and very cool inside ( a godsend in the heatwave) lots of lovely little touches in the room with all the old pictures and feature fireplace. Continental breakfast provided in the room with so much food! Microwave, fridge and toaster all provided! Fabulous nights sleep! will defiantly book again next time we are in the area!
We stayed last night. Me then husband and baby girl. We had a non electric hook up pitch at £18, which is the going rate. Selected sight due to facilities as advertised and the site delivered on these. It is a quiet sight, when we were there there was one caravan and three of the huts were in use. Walking distant from the town of Malmesbury with a abbey view. We are likely to return.
Caroline runs a peaceful haven on a working dairy farm on the outskirts of Malmesbury, Wilts. The field is flat and well-maintained with good facilities for campers, and several shepherd’s huts to rent for a more deluxe experience! I have camped at Whychurch Farm on several occasions. It is consistently good. The site is ideal for local cafés, pubs & restaurants in Malmesbury and events locally in Wiltshire. Plenty of places to escape to in the rain, and a happy vibe in the sun. Restful sound of cows chatting & munching as you fall asleep (and they’re still munching as you wake up!) There’s loo paper in the toilets, which are always clean & tidy. And Caroline’s cheery smile and greeting on her morning rounds is a great start to the day. No hesitation in recommending this campsite. The vibe is friendly, calm, relaxed and happy. Look forward to returning in 2018.…
We (us, our children and friends) stayed over the Bank Holiday weekend as we were visiting friends that lived in the town. Owners are very friendly. The view was great from the site and we had daily visits from the cows in the next field. There is a shower which is very clean, kitchen facilities (which inc a microwave, two fridges and fridge freezers) two very clean toilets, utensils and sink). The camp site is 10 min walk (over a field) to Malesbury town centre. Dog friendly and there were some lovely people staying at the site at the same time.