Old Barn Farm, Liphook, Hampshire – site review 

Old Barn Farm is situated in Liphook, Hampshire just a mile from the A3. Making it perfect for heading towards Guildford, London or south towards Portsmouth. Liphook has a train station if you wanted to venture further afield without the car. Half a mile from the site and busier roads turn in narrow country lanes. A single track road leads to the approach of the site on which you wouldn’t want to meet another vehicle coming the other. I actually walked ahead of the car and caravan checking the road was clear as you wouldn’t want to have meet another caravan. 

A code for the entrance gate will be given to you upon booking. Following clear signs through farm buildings you enter the campsite. The site is open planned with no planting, just bushes around the perimeter where you will find EHU points and water taps dotted around. This site has no toilets or showers. A vast amount of farmland makes this site good for dog walks. 

The site is huge and you can take up as much or as little space as you like. The owners are open to any departure and arrival times and will just pop round once you have set up to say hello and collect your fees. There is a small information hut bursting with leaflets and information with things to do in the area. This hut also contained small carpet mats with a sign saying ‘Please help yourself. ‘ 

On the outskirts of Liphook this site is just a short drive out of town where you will find a Sainsbury’s, pubs, restaurants and local shops and golf clubs. 

We paid £20 per night and thought this on the expensive side for a site with no facilities. There is no wifi on site but we were able to pick up 4G. We were a little worried to be met with this sign when hooking up but didn’t receive any extra electricity charges. 

Would we come again? Possibly, but only because this site is local to us and the expensive (in our opinion) site fees are bearable by saving on fuel to get to other sites. 

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