This is a large open CL, set behind a posh used car area and farm buildings. The site slopes gently down towards the farm buildings. There are plenty of electric points around the field and extra cables are available from the owners if yours are not long enough, so it is easy enough to find a pitch that suits. There are also plenty of leveling blocks strategically placed around the perimiter of the field. The grass is kept short and the ground drains well.
The owners of the site are friendly and welcoming. They are also on site all day working on the cars that are for sale, so security is very good.
Westfield Farm is ideally placed for visiting Bridport, Chesil Beach, Dorchester and Weymouth.
Well that is the review I put on the Caravan Club CL web site, where they ask you to review the site you have stayed on..
When we got to the site there were already 9 Caravans on site, so we made ten. They are only allowed 5 caravans by law! Huge field though so no problem.
There was another van, some 20 yards from us. When they returned to the site he started on at me that they would not be able to get out as the Discovery he drove had a poor turning circle. I pointed out that I also had a Discovery, and would have no trouble getting out. I then pointed out, very politely that he had a motor mover so he could turn his caravan on the spot. I also offered that when he wanted to go I would hith my Freeelander2 to his caravan, and turn it for him. So off he went quite happy.
Beautiful weather on Thursday, so we drove along the coast to West Bay. The road along is very scenic. You are up very high so can see for miles.
I have not been to West Bay for over 30 years, and boy! has it changed in that time! lots of building!
On the Friday the weather was again quite beautiful. Clear blue skies and hot sunshine. We travelled the other way to Portland and Weymouth.
I do not recall ever having been to Portland before, so we climbed to the top and admired the view.
Then off to Weymouth, where it was heaving, so a quick cup of char, and we went back to the caravan, where we sat outside reading for the rest of the day
Saturday was another gorgeous day, so we went to meet Mary, an ex colleague and really good friend of mine. Lunch was taken at the Sun Pub, just outside Dorchester. We were able to sit outside all afternoon.
Mr Grumpy cleared up on Sunday morning. His wife spun the caravan round with the motor mover, then hitched it up to the Discovery, climbed into the drivers seat, him in the passenger seat, waved goodbye and they were off. They were intending to drive for 4 hours without a break. Rather them than me.
As the weather was so beautiful, we went to West Bay, where we enjoyed Fish and Chips and people watching!
On the wayback to the caravan we went to Hardys Monument. Hardy was Admiral Nelsons side kick at Trafalgar. The monument afforded tremendous views.
We should have come home on the Monday, but with such beautiful weather we stayed on. We popped up the road to 'Lady Bailey caravans' just to view new models. The site though was very dissapointing compared to CS Caravans.
We then went to Lulworth cove, via Bovington Tank Testing area, where unfortunately there was no tank activity to view.
Lulworth was lovely though. An excellent lunch then a short walk around the cove.
Cleared up on Tuesday morning. Just as I was taking the Awning down we had a two minute shower, so the awning came home wet