Welcome To East Creech

The Farm Cottages and Campsite are ideally situated for the Isle of Purbeck, (Corfe Castle, Studland, Swanage, Kimmeridge) Lulworth Cove, Weymouth and Poole Harbour.
It is conveniently located for day-trips; coastal or land-based recreational pursuits.
The wide range of pubs and restaurants close by in Wareham, make East Creech Farm Cottages and Campsite a perfect choice when considering where to stay.

The Purbecks lie within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and now, with the coastline being designated as part of England's first natural World Heritage Site, it is clear to see the Purbecks have a lot to offer.

Kimmeridge Bay is just 3 miles away; its outstanding geology represents 185 million years of history.
Other beauty spots, are Lulworth Cove, and "Durdle-Door" - a solid arch of wave-sculptured rock, rising out of the sea are just along the coast.

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Contact Information

TELEPHONE: 01929 480519
E-MAIL: farmhouse@eastcreechfarm.co.uk

East Creech Farm
East Creech
BH20 5AP

Fully Equiped Campsite

East Creech is situated perfectly for a relaxing country holiday in a rural location.
Nestled in amongst the beautiful Purbeck Hills and within easy access for many local attractions.

The ideal holiday location for families and couples.
The campsite has wonderful views towards Poole Harbour and Brownsea Island but is sheltered (to the south) by the Purbeck Hills.


Cottage & Farmhouse

Why not relax in our 18th century converted cottage in beautiful surroundings.
Recently converted into a holiday cottage. We are pleased that we have been able to maintain many of its original features.

Our holiday cottage and farmhouse are ideal for both families and couples who are looking to relax in a beautiful rural location.

Cottage Farmhouse

Rural Working Farm

East Creech Farm is a working family farm. The ducks are always in residence on the pond or in the paddock and there are usually cows with their calves in fields nearby.

We have a range of guests on our farm included in the price of your stay, including sheep, pigs, chickens and horses and ponies.
Ideal for families looking for something special.




East Creech Farm Campsite


As with last season we will be following the Government guidelines, be assured we will operate with your safety and ours as our absolute priority.

We are planning to open on the 12th April 2021.
If Government Guidelines permit, we will be opening our facilities from 17th May.

We are only taking bookings for units that could manage with their own facilities until 17th May.
Some dates are already fully booked as we moved many booking from 2020 to 2021.

Due to the every changing situation, we have decided we will not be taking any group bookings for this season, we do not want to take bookings and have to cancel them.

As with last season our capacity will be less.
We are still not taking any "turn up" campers at all this year.
BEFORE arrival you are required to read and agree to our COVID-19 precautions.

We have been adhering to the Government advice throughout and will continue to do so for the duration.
As the Government has said many times, the virus is still a threat and we must stay alert to its potential to infect any one of us at any time.
It will definitely not be business as usual for us again season.

Businesses across the board are being encouraged to devise their own ways of managing their practices and premises in order to comply, bringing in a variety of different protocols that suit their circumstances.
They are also being required by law to undertake a risk assessment with regard to Covid-19.
Each campsite will differ to how they operate according to their own set up; what one campsite will be able to do, another will not and vice versa.

The main issues for us at East Creech Farm are:

The Measures we will be taking:

Apart from the self-explanatory and standard measures that all businesses are implementing such as hand gel points, cleaning regimes and PPE etc, these are the ones that are specific to our site.

  1. In line with the thinking of many sites, we will be reducing the number of people on site at any one time.
  2. Bookings will be pre-booked only.
  3. We will require guest to pay in full by card over the phone or on line by BACS before arrival to lessen customer contact and alleviate the need to come to the Farmhouse.
    Details of how and where you will be pitched will be given to you nearer to your holiday.
  4. Currently we are unsure what communal areas will be open; this includes the play park.
  5. The farmhouse will not be open for bread, milk and eggs. However, this will be available from the Tea Room during their opening hours.
  6. We will be issuing a new set of on-site rules and etiquette to those that do come and by paying us in advance you will be agreeing to these on-site rules we will be operating a zero-tolerance policy for any deliberate flouting any of these rules. This may sound rather severe but it will be for the benefit and safety of everybody.

We will keep our plans under review and update you.
All our measures are designed to comply with Government rulings and ultimately limit the spread of the virus and reduce risk for everybody.

The Farmhouse and Cottage

Will open on 12th April, but we have very limited availability for July / August.

Camping Pods

Will be operating from 12th April and have access to a shower/toilet for the guest. Currently there is plenty of availability. These facilities cannot be shared with any camper under any circumstance.

Tea Room

The Tea Room will be following Government Guidelines on Opening and plans to open 12th April 2021 as a takeaway.
The Tea Room will be open 7 days a week from 8.30 am - 4 pm. Orders will be taken at one door and delivered out another door.
You will be welcome to sit in the garden.

Sorry but no facilities (toilet) until at least 17th May, there is a very valid reason for this. Strict social distancing will be in place at all times. Maximum of 6 guest per table and no tables can be moved.

As a small family business, we really do appreciate your continued support


Updated 2nd March 2021

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