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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East Creech Farm
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.
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
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.
We have NO DEFINITE DATE that we can open, or what restrictions will apply to campsites when the time comes.
We are not taking new bookings for any time between now and Sunday 6th September 2020.
We have been adhering to the Government advice throughout and will continue to do so for the duration.
At the moment we are still very much in a period of 'wait and see' but it does seem that the Government is intending to get most businesses open in some form in early July, if all their national health conditions are still being met.
However, there are still some time to go and a lot can change in that time. Whatever transpires and whenever campsites can open, official guidelines will need to be implemented.
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 in how it goes about doing all this according to their own set up; what one campsite will be able to do, another will not and vice versa.
With the situation as it is at the moment, we envisage the conditions under which we will be able to manage our site safely at our point of opening are as follows.
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.
These are outline plans, there is a while to go yet and the situation could change at a moment's notice.
We will keep our plans under review and update you. Whilst we know that very many people are going to be disappointed this year, unfortunately this is unavoidable.
We would hope to be able to provide a holiday for some even though there will be considerable restrictions in place.
All our measures are designed to comply with Government rulings and ultimately limit the spread of the virus and reduce risk for everybody.
We have no definite plans for either of these as yet and they remained closed until further notice.
Amy hopes to open the Tea Room when the campsite opens for a takeaway service only.
Orders will be taken at one door and delivered out another door.
No seating will be available in the garden and no facilities will be available (toilet).
A strict 2 m social distancing will be in place at all times.
Updated 22nd May 2020Back To Home Page