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Hurleyford Farm Ltd

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Hurleyford Farm Ltd, Park Office, Mill Lane, Hurley, Maidenhead, Berkshire, SL6 5ND,

phone:01628 829009
fax: 01628 829010


Caravan Park Details

The Park.

Hurleyford Farm Caravan Park is situated on the picturesque south bank of the River Thames, midway between Henley-on-Thames and Marlow. The 109 caravan holiday homes are in a mature parkland setting surrounded by farmland. The Park is reserved for child-free families who wish to own their own holiday home in the country.

Each caravan holiday home has its own fenced garden and is connected to all mains services. Our customers are proud of their gardens ? many of which have patios, fishponds or borders full of flowers.

New homes are on display at our nearby associate Park and second hand homes become available from time to time. Applications for pitches are made by personal application to our Park Office where you will be able to meet a director to discuss your requirements. We are a family run business who pride ourselves in running a peaceful and tranquil Park where our customers can relax and enjoy the beauty of our unique riverside setting within the ancient village of Hurley.

There are several pubs and restaurants within the village to cater for most tastes. There is also a small supermarket, open 7 days a week, and a Post Office, both within walking distance of our Park. The local bus service operates regularly to the local towns of Marlow, Henley and Maidenhead, each of which connects with trains to London, Oxford and beyond. The local doctors? surgery operates in the village twice a week and the local vet is only 2 miles away.

Hurley would therefore seem to be the ideal spot for a second ?country home?, not too far from London (about 40 minutes), for those who require a peaceful child-free environment. So why not give us a call ? I?m sure you won?t be disappointed.

The Village.

The village of Hurley (spelt Hurlei in Norman Times) dates back to before The Domesday Book where it is listed as having 25 cottagers, 10 villeins, a Priory, and a mill. Several of these ancient buildings still remain, including the church.

Hurley Lock is also very picturesque, especially in summer when many small boats pass through on their way to Oxford or Windsor. Nearby Ashley Hill, situated atop the valley side, has numerous walks and stunning views across Berkshire. For those not quite so energetic, a walk along the Thames on the Thames Path is more gentle but the views are just as stunning. You can walk all the way to Lechlade or London if you have a mind to!!!

The Farm.

Hurleyford Farm is made up of 700 acres of arable and grass producing wheat, barley, sheep and cattle. Throughout the summer cattle and sheep can be seen in the surrounding fields and from Easter onwards baby lambs can also be seen gambolling about. The farm has been in the Burfitt family for over 75 years.

Moorings and Fishing.

The Park has a few riverside moorings available for customers, just below the lock in Hurley. We also own approx 1 kilometre of riverbank which is available for residents to fish or picnic.

The David Bellamy Award for Conservation.

The Park is proud to have held a David Bellamy Award for over 7 years. The last 6 of which have been the top accolade ? a Gold Award. In 2000 David Bellamy visited the Park and met some of our residents. He was also greatly impressed by the range of wildlife and plants that he found here. We hope to continue our environmentally friendly approach that he has stimulated by his visit.

Places to Visit.


The Olde Bell (?the oldest inn in England?)
Hurley Lock
Hurley Church
Ashley Hill
Hurley Regatta

Henley on Thames (10 mins):

The River & Rowing Museum
Henley Festival
Golf Course
The Royal Regatta
Traditional Boat Rally

Maidenhead (10 mins):

Main Line Station to London
UCI Cinema
Shire Horse Centre
Leisure Pool

Cookham (15 mins):

Stanley Spencer Gallery

Marlow (10 mins):

Marlow Regatta

Windsor (20 mins):

Windsor Castle
Windsor Great Park
River Cruises
Savil Gardens

Reading (30 mins):

Blakes Lock Museum
Museum of Rural Life
Reading Museum (Bayeux Tapestry replica)
The Oracle (for shoppers)

Beaconsfield (20 mins):

Model Village

Oxford (45 mins):

The Oxford Story
Christchurch Cathedral
University Colleges


40 minutes by train

Hurley attractions and directions


Caravan Park Features


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