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Stuart Bailey
Homefield, Silver Street,
Sway, Lymington,
Hampshire SO41 6DG.

e-mail:- stuart@stuartbailey.net

Please telephone
01590 683410

A 16 per pitch NON- RETURNABLE Deposit is required,

Please confirm by email if you intend to pay your 16.00 deposit on line:-

Bank details.

National Westminster Bank

 Account number 78432006

Sort code 53-81-22



C.L. members only.

A quiet secluded lawn site, approximately three quarters of an acre with hard standing. Situated on the edge of The New Forest and a few minutes drive to the beaches and the heart of The Forest. All pitches include electrical hook ups, at no extra charge. Open all year. Shower, toilets elsan emptying point, enclosed brick paved patio area with seating and barbecue. Adjacent two acre field. Which is available for exercising pets and games.
There are many public houses serving excellent food. The Mill Restaurant and bar click here is only a few minuets walk, set on an old Mill Stream with beautiful gardens, you will find ducks and moor hens roaming over the lawns. Enjoy the first class menu in the cosy restaurant, or have your meal outside, sitting over looking the stream. Horse riding and fresh water fishing is available nearby. Sea fishing is available from Keyhaven and Lymington, with many boats to chose from. You will find the car and passenger ferry, which runs a half hour service from Lymington to Yarmouth, Isle of Wight. There are many local attractions, wagon rides through the forest, or for the more energetic cycle hire at Brockenhurst, or just go for a stroll through the woods and along forest streams. For the shoppers, we have Bournemouth and Southampton, whatever the weather you can shop until you drop, at the new West Quay shopping complex at Southampton. For the vintage car enthusiast there is Montague's Motor Museum at Beaulieu and for motor cycle enthusiast's Sammy Millers at New Milton.

Portsmouth we have the Mary Rose and Lord Nelson's ship The Victory, with many other attractions.

Why not try The Plough Inn, Tiptoe, in New Forest. They offer all their customers a warm welcome. Traditional ales and home cooked fayre that includes game and daily specials. Situated near Bashley on Sway Road in the New Forest, they offer the perfect venue in the area to relax, wine and dine. Please follow the link. http://www.ploughinnnewforest.co.uk/

If you enjoy hand made local pottery please click of following link. www.valsparkespots.co.uk

Val Sparkes Pottery


      About My Work
Almost all of my work is created  on the potter's wheel,  giving a  unique quality to each piece.       


I use a white earthenware clay, which is fired once and then dipped in an opaque off - white glaze.  When this has dried, the pots are decorated using oxides and prepared colours, a traditional technique known as 'majolica'.
Finally, they are fired again to a temperature of 1140oC.

Recently, I have started to use a transparent glaze as well, which is very smooth and silky and gives scope either for decoration under the glaze, or, as with the cream ware, is lovely just left 'bare'.

The influences on my work are many and varied, historic and contemporary, but rooted in the traditions of the 'country potter'.  I aim to make simple, functional ware reflecting my love of the countryside and sea.

If all the above is too much for you, you can just sit in the sun and relax on site.

Last updated 1st April 2016


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Which covers 1 car, caravan, or motor home and 2 persons

All prices include Electric hook UP's

We are open all year and the nightly charge is
16.00 per pitch including
All bank holidays, Christmas and The New Year weeks 

Additional people including children 3.00
Extra Vehicles 2.00

Shower requires 20p coins