Glamping in the heart of the
Meon Valley, Hampshire

Contact Us

Cedar Valley
Bereleigh Estate
East Meon
Nr. Petersfield
Hampshire GU32 1PH

Tel: 07557 798 857
Email: glamping@cedarvalley.co.uk

Driving Directions

From London A3
Take the A272 exit for Winchester. Continue for 4.2 miles through Stroud and Langrish. Ignore sign post to East Meon in Langrish. Continue until sign post for East Meon 2.5 and Bereleigh 1 mile turn left. Travel 1 mile until you see the entrance to the Estate on the left (a brick and flint wall with urns on the top, lodge house and tarmac drive.) The estate office is to the left at the top of the drive in the courtyard.

From London M3
Exit Junction 4. Take A331 to Farnham then A31 to Alton, A32 towards Fareham. At the West Meon Hut pub turn left, through the tunnel and turn right after 1 mile at signpost to East Meon 2.5 miles and Bereleigh 1 mile. Travel 1 mile until you see the entrance to the Estate on the left (a brick and flint wall, lodge house and tarmac drive.)

From the West
Take the A272 from Winchester towards Petersfield. Go straight through the traffic lights at the West Meon Hut pub, through the tunnel and turn right after 1 mile at signpost to East Meon 2.5 miles and Bereleigh 1 mile. Travel 1 mile until you see the entrance to the Estate on the left (a brick and flint wall, lodge house and tarmac drive.)

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Activities & Attractions

  • Tennis
  • Walking
  • Fishing

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Contact

Tel: 07557 798 857
glamping@cedarvalley.co.uk

Cedar Valley
Bereleigh Estate
East Meon
Nr Petersfield
Hampshire
GU32 1PH

Reviews

Great location, fab chillout and the kids run around like free spirits. Lots of good eating and toasted marsh mellows on the campfire.

Thank you so much for a wonderful stay. The perfect introduction to camping for our 18 year old daughter. So much to do and places to explore and we had a wonderfully restful time, cosy with the woodburners and loved the luxury of comfy beds and hot showers!

Toasted marsh mellows over the fire! Stalked a hare and almost got within touching distance. Saw a flock of French Partridges, lots of pheasants and heard the owls – Lovely stay thank you.