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Welcome To Hoe Farm

Mr Sanjay Patel
Hoe Farm
Prey Heath Road
GU22 0RW

Tel : 01483 332099 

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Caravan and Motorhome Club
Members Only
5 Outfits Only


Details : Our location is very well situated for access to London or for travelling to the South (to Portsmouth), as we are within a 5-minute walk of Worplesdon train station. Woking and Guildford towns are both a 10-minute drive away, offering a comprehensive selection of shops, bars, restaurants, leisure centres, history, arts, theatre, public golf courses, Guildford Cathedral to name but a few. Local country pubs are easily accessible and within a short drive away, offering great food. There are also bus routes available to Woking and Guildford from the A320, which is around a 10-minute walk from the site.

We are also ideally located for numerous walks within the various heaths adjacent to Hoe Farm, the nearest being Prey Heath Common. We are also just 6-miles from the picturesque Newlands Corner Nature Reserve and beauty spot often used for stargazing events organised by Guildford Astronomical Society. We are also just 3-miles from the Riverside Nature Reserve at Burpham, plus many more beautiful countryside walks and places of interest.

Other attractions and places of interest are the various National Trust properties, which are all within a short drive away, plus RHS Wisely Gardens, Loseley Park, Windsor Castle, Legoland, Thorpe Park, Chessington World of Adventures, Royal Ascot, Wentworth Golf Club, Bisley Rifle Range, Guildford Castle Grounds and many more.

Facilities : Elecric hook up available, Easy access, Suitable for Caravans and Motorhomes, Hardstanding pitches, Toilet, Shower, Drive over waste disposal for motorhomes, Laundry facilities, Pub/Restaurant nearby, Public transport nearby, Battery charging, Dogs allowed.

Open : All year

Pitch Fee : from £20

Reviews  ↓


staying at Hoe Farm

As a family we have used this site a couple of times a year for the past 3 years. We find the site accommodating, pleasant and clean. The showers and toilets are modern and clean. The owners are welcoming and friendly. Some of the pitches could do with some ground work but they are basically ok. The proximity of the train (a field away) does not bother us as the basic tranquillity of the site out weighs this. The laundry is a useful facility. Overall we are pleased with this site and will continue to use it in the future.

4 nights away with family

We arrived on Thursday afternoon and were given the choice of 2 plots (they only have 5). The site was very quite and everyone was very approachable and helpful, even the guys & girls working in the stables on site. The camp site is clean, flat and all areas are easily accessed. The shower blocks are individual rooms and are clean and easy to use. There is also a washing machine and tumble drier if you need to any laundry. We washed and dried our clothes from the weekend on Sunday night whilst we were playing with the dogs on Sunday to save doing it when we go home... I would definitely go back again if I was in the area. There are walks for the dogs, we have 2 boxers around the camp site and within a 5 min drive there is a lovely pub 'The Jolly Farmer' and situated by Whitmoor Common which has lovely walks in through the woods. Great on a hot day as you can walk in the shade and then come back for a lovely pint. We had a Sunday lunch and it was fantastic, I thought it was little expensive for a pub, but the food was lovely. They also do a BBQ Saturday afternoons in the bear garden, cooking food in the purpose built alfresco cooking area.


We were welcomed by Mr Patel who was very helpful in providing a pitch and local directions. The site is convenient for trains and close to where we needed to be for a couple of nights. The railway was not a problem at all. Ducks and horses close by add to a rural feel. No problem here for us. We enjoyed our stay.

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Directions : Turn right off the A320 Woking - Guildford within 0.5 mile past roundabout junction B380 into Prey Heath Road signposted Worplesdon Station, in about 0.25 mile immediately past roundabout turn right into drive. Site in 270 metres.