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Strawberry Fields Adults Only Campsite

UK England South East England Hampshire Romsey

  • Campfires allowed
  • Adults only
  • Good walks nearby
A quiet, spacious adults-only campsite on the edge of the New Forest National Park, Hampshire

In the 10 mile divide between the ancient trees of the New Forest and rolling hills of the South Downs, the pristine River Test weaves through the countryside towards Southampton. On its banks, the Queen and Prince Philip once picnicked as they honeymooned in the Palladian mansion of Broadlands, its groomed gardens extending down to the waterside. The crystal chandeliers and long mahogany tables of this stately home may be perfect for love-locked monarchs, but crossing the bridge and heading a few miles further inland leads you to the more modest sort of accommodation that Cool Camping lives for; a secluded little site in equally picturesque surroundings.

Down a leafy lane bound for the charming farmstead of Sue and Brian Hatch, a wooden gate opens into Strawberry Fields Campsite, a grassy meadow with views across the surrounding tree tops. Facilities here are certainly a little more stripped back than Her Majesty's marble-chiseled toilets. But there's a rustic simplicity about the shower, four toilets and a washing up point sheltered beneath the roof of a lean-to barn that gives the site such character. A maximum of 14 tents means there’s acres of space to roam.

This simple site is an off-shoot from Sue and Brian’s B&B business and, just a short walk from their home, campers can take advantage of the fact by ordering a cooked breakfast delivered to your tent. Munch through the farm’s own free-range eggs, before hopping in the car for a short drive to the unspoilt townscape of Romsey, best known for its Norman Abbey dating back to 1120. The historic market town is a pleasant place to browse the shops or enjoy a meal while deciding between the Solent Coast, South Downs or New Forest National Park, all of which are just a few miles away. Such a prime location makes it ideal for those who want to make the most of the outdoors: A web of footpaths and cycle trails spread into the countryside, while the Test Way follows the length of the river, famous for its excellent fishing.

Though the royals know how to pick a winning destination, it seems they arrived a few decades too early. Surely today they'd bypass the grandeur of an ageing manor house for the romantic simplicity of Strawberry Fields, a peaceful hideaway in a beautiful farm meadow. Bliss.



A lean-to barn shelters a washing up point where there are also a few board games and toys for children. There are 2 women's toilets, 2 men's, and a shower. BBQs are permitted, as are campfires but they must be in firepits.

Suitable For

Adult couples – yes. No more than 2 people permitted per pitch. No kids, caravans, motorhomes, large groups and noisy people.


Drive 5 miles to Romsey with its ancient Abbey (01794 513125) and the Broadland's Estate (01794 529750), while on a rainy day King Johns House Heritage Centre (01794 512200) offers a little history, aptly housed in some of the towns oldest buildings. To the east the South Downs National Park (0300 3031053) is best entered via the magnificent town of Winchester, while west The New Forest (01590 646600) also vies for your attention. Southampton is a stone's throw away and Salisbury is in the opposite direction, just down the road from Stonehenge (08703 331181).

Food & Drink

Brian and Sue have an optional cooked breakfast service and will provide a menu when you arrive. All their ingredients are local, many from their own farm. The nearest pub, The Hatchet Inn (01794 322487), is in Sherfield English, which is also home to a good farm shop. Head into Romesy to stock up on food or visit one of the many good eateries. The Star Inn (01794 340 225) at in East Tytherley also comes highly recommended by Sue and Brian.


All bank holidays plus most weekends throughout the summer.

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Contact Strawberry Fields Adults Only Campsite, Woodpeckers Bed & Breakfast, The Prophets, Newtown, Romsey, Hants SO51 0GJ

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Getting There

Directions from Ower roundabout Romsey: Take exit onto A3090 (signposted Romsey) and travel half a mile. Turn left onto the A27 (signposted Salisbury) and travel another quarter mile before  turning right onto Newtown road (signposted Newtown). Continue a mile or so up road until telephone box on right. Take track opposite telephone box and continue up bumpy track, road forks to left (bear left) .  You will see a bungalow called Love Acre immediately after this is the gate for the campsite, this has a blue sign saying entrance.  open the gate and go through into the campsite go through the first field and into the second field and find a spot.


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Rated ★★★★★ over 8 reviews


A lovely quiet campsite!

Despite going on August bank holiday, Strawberry Fields wasn’t busy - and had a lovely relaxed feel, being adults only. Location was great (looking at the stars on a clear night was amazing!), hosts were friendly, and the toilet/shower facilities were clean and easy to use. Would definitely recommend!
Aug 29, 2019 by Liz Collins Verified Review

Quick and Easy Camping with Easy Access to the New Forest

Quick and easy to find the campsite, can pitch up anywhere, with lots of space which is nice. Toilets were very clean and although we didnt make use of the breakfast service - what a great idea!! Thank you!

Lovely place lovely people

Lovely place and Sue and her family are great. We ordered the cooked breakfast in the morning and it came at the time we asked, cane with knife and fork, wet wipes and condiments and was delicious! Facilities were all we needed- clean toilets, fridge freezer, shower.
Aug 26, 2019 by Gemma Dunn Verified Review

A great little campsite with everything you need

We stayed at Strawberry Fields for 2 nights recently and had a great time, simply turned up and pitched our tent, didn't need to speak to anyone first, owner came by to check on us after a while and was very nice. The amenities are kept clean and stocked and the shower is nice and hot. Fridge freezer was great for keeping our iceblocks frozen though the freezer section is quite small so if lots of people are using it you may have trouble fitting things in. We ordered a cooked breakfast on our final morning to our tent, which arrived at our chosen time and was lovely. The only thing I would say is that it was quite small for the price, and the price for the two nights itself was also quite high. Despite this we had a great time and the surrounding area is beautiful with plenty of nice pubs and Romsey is lovely.
Aug 28, 2018 by Laura

Peaceful campsite

Strawberry fields was exactly what we were looking for. Set in a lovely location with huge amounts of space between campers, you really felt at one with nature. No road noise at all just birdsong to wake you. We will definitely be returning.
May 29, 2018 by John

Quiet and gentle site just outside New Forest

We stayed here for 5 nights and enjoyed the site, mostly having it to ourselves. the owners were friendly but unintrusive and left us to get on with it. The amenities are basic but functioned well and were clean. The owners run a B&B business too so you can order breakfast to your tent but we didn't do this. The pitches are in an open field with loads of space around. there is a fridge and freezer for your use and a power point. There is hot washing up water and space too. Easy to find and good instructions provided.
Jul 22, 2017 by comerfords

Lovely campsite with great owners

Had a very pleasant stay. The owners are accommodating and friendly (no issues with arrival time on Friday night, just come in and pitch up and see them in the morning) and the site is big for the number of tents they have staying.  

The shower and toilet were kept clean all weekend (may BH so as busy as they get) and always had toilet paper. The shower had decent water pressure and was pretty hot - impressive for a camp site! 

Very easy to find even in the dark - google maps takes you straight there and the owners directions on the website are also spot on (slightly different to the ones on this site). 

There is a fridge with large freezer compartment which was great for refreezing freezer blocks. There are even a few extra garden chairs you can use. 

There are three camping areas, the garden with a nice tree in it, a large field and a small field. The large field very gently slopes but plenty flat bits to pitch on and this means you get a nice view from the top end of the campsite. 

Check out the website for up to date pricing. 

One star knocked off because its not quite as picturesque as some - lovely views into the distance but there are some reasonably ugly houses/sheds along one side of the camping field which could benefit from being screened off by some quick growing greenery.

I would stress that the overall atmosphere of the site is very good, the facilities have been well thought out and the owners do a lot to make this a nice place to stay. 

May 26, 2015 by kat.ryb


Great campsite - very friendly, not over crowded, simple but clean facilities. Great to have a fridge with freezer compartment available.

Well worth a visit if for nothing other than the superb full cooked breakfast delivered to the tent!!!! Awesome!!

Aug 28, 2014 by ClanDawson

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