Camp for €20,- a night at Sunnydale Farm Touring Park in low season with CampingCard ACSI. Sunnydale Farm Touring Park, located in Netley (Hampshire), is a campsite with 67 touring pitches and 5 year round pitches. With your CampingCard ACSI you can camp on one of the pitches during the following periods: 01-03-2019 - 04-04-2019, 23-04-2019 - 01-05-2019, 07-05-2019 - 22-05-2019, 03-06-2019 - 15-07-2019, 01-09-2019 - 12-09-2019 and 24-09-2019 - 19-10-2019. At this campsite you can not only use your CampingCard ACSI for inexpensive camping, you can also use your ACSI Club ID (as an alternative ID).
Spaciously set up family business. Ideal for visits to Southampton, the historic town of Portsmouth and the Isle of Wight. Open all year. Paved pitches. Near bus stop, shops, take-aways and the Royal Victoria Country Park. Security barrier.
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Average rating: 6.6Add a review
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- Child friendliness
- Sports facilities
- Swimming pool
- Food and drink
We have stayed here on numerous occasions, usually over the winter months. We find the site very convenient for the ferries and for visiting family. The services are clean and warm, the staff friendly and the pitches large with hard standing. There are many sights to see in the locality and it is very close to both Southampton and Portsmouth. The site is very close to the M27 and is easy to access.
We had a stay for 3 nights during the ACSI-Period. Instead we were actually charged more, mentioning admin - fee, late arrival, no pre-booking and so on, showing us an information-sheet by ACSI with factors that are not included in the tariff. However we could not find any of these factors that were suitable to our situation! On a very hot day of 31 degrees celsius and 56% humidity we were told that it was not allowed to take a cold shower from the water-supplier at the pitch, with the fact, that the showers in the sanitary-block are only hot showers! These were not as clean as we wished and hoped that they should be. The ACSI - pitches are near the noisy road, only during the night acceptable. In addition we sometimes got the smell of water-waste-dumping. The camp-site in all is a bit handled with not much personal care, so that we recommend other places to chose.
Used as a stopover on way back from France didn\'t realise it was an acsi site so paid full price. Very efficiently run, basically a field with water and electric points toilets clean and functional. Main problem for us was that there was no shade on most of the pitches would recommend for a stopover not a holiday, exit difficult onto busy road
We had the misfortune of staying here for 2 weeks. Upon arrival we were told ACSI can only use the 5 pitches next to the road. The traffic noise from 6.00AM to 11.30 was horrendous, and within 24 hours we were discussing going home. (Unfortunately when we booked, and had to pay in advance before we saw the site, we were told that payments were non-refundable). It was impossible to have a conversation outside and sleep was difficult. The site is also a storage site for caravans, JCB diggers, oil drums and other rubble- all visible and accessible from the site.The signage is old, faded and dirty. The shower block looks tired and the toilet brushes were disgusting.The only positives were the large, flat pitches and the hot water. The worst site we have visited in over 40,000 miles of touring mostly with Acsi and one we would never recommend.
My wife & I have just spent two nights here & will definitely not be returning. On arrival I was told there was a nice sunny pitch available (the site was barely half full) until I mentioned ACSI at which point the owner\'s attitude changed completely & we were directed to what I can honestly say is the worst pitch I have ever had & certainly the worst one on this site. It was right next to the busy road which was so noisy all day & night that we were unable to sleep. Whilst most of the site was bathed in sunshine (including empty pitches!)until after 8pm our pitch was in gloom after 4.30.
It would seem as ACSI members we were treated as second class citizens
On a positive note, the shower block was spotless but if you want a peaceful break, do not choose Sunnydale Farm.
We went to this site after emailing to say we wanted a pitch for one night before taking the ferry to France. We arrived after a long journey and were told all the 'ACSI pitches' were taken and we must pay full price. The lady scanned her computer saying there were very few pitches available although there were plenty of empty places. I have in all our travels throughout Europe been told there were only a few 'ACSI pitches' and I can't find anything about this on their website. I think these people are using ACSI for free advertising. We were charged instead of the equivalent. We were even charged for our CAT! We have never been charged for our cat! There is another site further down the road and we will go there next time.
Excellent welcome from site staff when we arrived early off the ferry.
Small well appointed site with good facilities.
Easy walk to local pubs and buses for hamble or Southampton
All round a gem of a site, we will be back.
The owners of this attractive site did everything possible to make sure guests have a good holiday - even driving us through flood-water to the bus stop when the road was impassable on foot. The facilities are excellent - always warm and well equipped. The pitches - hardstanding - are large with services at each pitch. The site is well lit, secure and quiet - a bit of traffic noise during the day from the nearby road but very quiet at night. Convenient bus stops within ten minutes walk.
- Period of opening
- 01-01-2019 till 31-12-2019
- 0.9 ha
- Number of touring pitches
- 67 (150 - 200m2)
- Number of permanent pitches
- Campsite suitable for disabled persons
* Amenities in bold are not included in the overnight price. Some may need to be paid for. (This does not imply that all amenities not in bold are free!)
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Would you like to book Sunnydale Farm Touring Park or request more information? You can do both using the information below.
Sunnydale Farm Touring Park
SO31 8GD / Netley Abbey/Southampton
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Leave M27 at junc. 8, follow signs to Hamble (B3397) past Tesco on the left then follow A3025. Campsite signposted. Left into Grange Road, campsite 800m on left.
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