A new addition to Cedar Valley in 2013 is our Fire pit shack. It provides a great space for evening camp fires with candle lanterns and seating for all. The design is to allow guest to enjoy a campfire whatever the weather.
Large supplies of firewood can be found throughout the woodland – guests are welcome to scavenge around to find whatever they require.
For friends and family to enjoy!
Court, racquets and balls can be hired by the hour.
Clay Pigeon Shooting
Cedar Valley can offer a number of sites for quality sporting clays. We have steep grassy valleys for those who like the challenge of high birds but are equally able to cater for the novice. We have experienced coaches to provide tuition for those new to the sport.
The famous South Downs Way is very close and there are a number of circular walks and cycle routes mapped out to help you enjoy the stunning countryside.
The famous Meon Valley Springs is approx. 2 miles away where there is fishing for the expert or instruction for the amateur.
If the peace and quiet of camping life gets too much there are a huge number of places to go and things to do within a 20 mile radius. Located between the villages of East and West Meon, Cedar Valley and The Site are very well placed for pubs, village shops and an award winning local butcher- Harriots of West Meon 01730829246.
There is the opportunity to visit the houses of Jane Austin in Chawton and Gilbert White in Selborne.
For younger members of the family there is the Watercress Line in Alresford and at certain times of the year the chance of a ride with Thomas the Tank Engine. Slightly further afield is Paultons Park with the new exciting Peppa Pig World.
It takes half an hour to get to Goodwood – famous for horse and motor racing and there are several meetings throughout the summer. Goodwood also has 2 golf courses and there are many other courses within easy reach.
Petersfield is 6 miles away where markets are held every Wednesday and Saturday. The historical city of Winchester with its magnificent cathedral is 12 miles, Chichester is about 18 miles and Portsmouth with the historic naval dockyard is only 12 miles and from where you can even take a day trip to the Isle of Wight.
There really is something for everyone and all within easy reach. There is information about all local events and activities in each tent.
The Thomas Lord, West Meon
If you fancy a good walk followed by a pint of good local ale and extremely good food this is the place to go. Very pretty beer garden (complete with chickens). Sunday afternoons grab a pizza made freshly in the wood fired outdoor pizza oven.
The Pub With No Name, Priors Dean
Actually called the White Horse but named so due to its lack of sign and difficulty to find! Good food, reasonably priced. Fantastic selection of Real ale and good sized garden.
Ye Olde George Inn, East Meon
Within a 45 minute hill top walk complete with stunning views Ye Olde George Inn is ideal for lunches – serving decent food and real ale.
Izaak Walton, East Meon
The same 45 minute hilltop walk you will the Izaak Walton. Located in the heart of the village and beside the River Meon, good food and selection of ales including Doom Bar!
Tel: 07557 798 857
Great location, fab chillout and the kids run around like free spirits. Lots of good eating and toasted marsh mellows on the campfire.
A fantastic place – we had an amazing time. Our son loved watching the tractors at work and exploring the woods. We were lucky with the weather and managed a few campfires. The tents had everything we needed and more – Thanks!
We survived the extreme weather conditions! We have made memories that will always be with us. Great weekend. Looking forward to coming back later in the year.