Offering a 5 Star Experience
We enjoy sharing our farm and the beautiful Chiltern Hills with people from all over the UK, and further afield.
We have had visitors to the caravan site from Germany and the Netherlands, and also riders from the Netherlands and America.
We like to share our knowledge of the geography, flora, fauna and agriculture and encourage visitors to frequent the local pubs in the Hambleden Valley.
Take a look at the many reviews and form your own opinion.
My friend and I chose the 2 hour hack and thoroughly enjoyed the scenery. We stopped at the cafe for tea and cake whilst heading home to, which was a nice touch.
We had another fantastic ride here today and it was perfect as ever! Clear blue skies, glorious scenery, fabulous ground and lots of galloping up hills :) Delicious cake at the barn cafe then back for a hose down before heading home with tired ponies and feeling very happy! Thank you Jackie! We love Cholsey Farm!
Cholsey Grange Farm contributes to local tourism initiatives supported by the AONB
"There is a lack of camping and caravan accommodation stock in the Chilterns, especially in the Hambleden Valley area... your site would be very welcome indeed. The additional visitors would boost the many rural pubs, cafes, shops and visitor attractions in the
Your farm caravan site is in an ideal location with a large number of walks,rides, countryside sites and visitor attractions in the area, yet easyaccessibility off the M40."
We are grateful to Ted and Jackie for helping us to champion the Chilterns and for leading the way within the tourism sector, providing inspiration and leadership for others, and constantly coming up with new ideas – it is a great role model for others.
Contributing to the local community
Although small in scale, our visitors make a positive impact on the local community, supporting pubs, shops, cafes and local businesses. This i backed up by research entitled 'Pitching The Value' conducted by Frontline Consultants coordinated by bodies such as the Caravan Club that concluded that the sector as a whole contributes £9.3 Billion to the UK economy. Small sites (such as Cholsey Grange) contribute £100 Million per annum to the rural economy. The research was published in February 2019