A family owned campsite since 1946, Swiss Farm Touring and Camping is a delightful site in a handy location, perfect for exploring the dreaming spires of Oxford, Windsor and even the bright lights of London.
A great site if you're looking for a quiet and peaceful place to enjoy your camping and caravan holidays, it is open from March until October and has 134 touring pitches, of which 101 are hardstanding – a range of pitches are available, electric, non-electric and all weather. In addition, seasonal pitches are available (from 1 March until 31 October). Caravans, motorhomes and tents are welcome, and this is a very nicely landscaped campsite with pitches that feel private. There's also a noise curfew from 11pm until 7am, to ensure everyone gets a good and relaxing night's sleep. Dog owners should note that dogs are permitted, but only at certain times of the year, so make sure you check before you book your pitch.
As well as being peaceful, this campsite is award winning and features in the Top 100 Sites Guide 2014. This essential camping guide is compiled by Practical Caravan and Practical Motorhome magazines together with Caravan Sitefinder, celebrating the best campsites in the UK. Swiss Farm Touring and Camping is one of only five campsites in the South-East England region of this guide, making it one of the top campsites in the area and in the UK. But that's not all. This campsite has also been crowned the AA Campsite of the Year 2014 Winner for South East England, it has a five-star rating from the AA and it is a 2014 winner with Trip Advisor.
With nature all around you, this is a lovely site with good facilities, so you'll lack nothing on your motorhome, camping and caravan holidays in Oxfordshire. The washrooms are clean and tidy, there is an outdoor swimming pool, a fishing lake, a cafe and coffee shop, a play area for the children, a laundry with token operated machines, a motorhome service point, a chemical disposal point, somewhere to dispose of grey waste, a fresh water fill up point, waste and recycling areas, a place for coal and barbecue disposal, and battery charging.
There are holiday homes for hire at Swiss Farm, too. Each caravan sleeps six (up to four adults), in two bedrooms, one of which has a double bed, the other has a pair of single beds. In the lounge area is a pull-out double bed. Bed linen is provided, but towels and tea towels are not – and dogs are not allowed. However, every caravan has a kitchen with a microwave, a toilet, a shower and a basin, a flat screen TV, Wi-Fi and central heating.
From this campsite it's only about a 15-minute walk into Henley-on-Thames. Indeed, if you're attending the annual Henley Royal Regatta, this could be a perfect place to stay, but be sure to book early to avoid disappointment. There's also a River and Rowing Museum in Henley, if you're interested in the sport.
Swiss Farm Touring and Camping is also sat on the southern edge of the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, a lovely place to explore with walking and cycling routes criss-crossing it. From Dunstable Downs, and the National Trust's Ashridge Estate and Greys Court, to the Roald Dahl Museum and Cafe Twit in Great Missenden, there are many things to do on your camping, motorhome and caravan holidays in Oxfordshire, so why not make the most of your break and stay at one of the best campsites in the area, Swiss Farm Touring and Camping.
Coarse Fishing Lake, free WiFi, Free Showers, Free hair Dryers, Free ice pack freezing, air bed blow up points, free battery charging, Automated chemical disposal point, motorhome service point.
Windsor Castle, Oxford, London
Henley On Thames with its fine shops and many bars and restaurants
The Royal Regatta course
The Oxfordshire way and Thames Path ancient foot paths
Henley music Festival
Henley Rewind Festival
Based on 1 review(s)
20 Jun 2018
We were camping with friends who we don't get to see very often and I'm afraid Swiss Farm didn't help make it the enjoyable time together we should have expected. We were camping in a campervan while our friends had a tent. The site would not pitch us together because 'tents go on the tent field and campervans go on the touring field.' There were two free pitches next to ours that could have sited a tent. We also saw a van just as large as ours parked next to a tent on the tent field. This site is expensive; We paid more than £150 between us and ought to have expected more to be done to accommodate a simple request. Very disappointed