Sandy Balls Holiday Centre (Hampshire) Reviews
Description:Camping site located in the New Forest, Godshill, Nr Fordingbridge, Hampshire SP6 2JZ. Tel: +44(0)1425 657707.
Newest Review: ... complex is situated in the New Forest and has many wonderful walking areas and places of outstanding beauty. We stayed for 4 days and 3 nights and found that the complex is very well catered. There is a local shop in the main plaza that sells everything you could need for a short break (bit pricey but to be expected). We had a meal in the pub on the last evening and found the quality of ... more
Customer Sandy Balls Holiday Centre (Hampshire) Reviews (6)
by - written on 10/08/13 (Useful, 14 readings)
Last week we went to Sandy Balls holiday camp and stayed in the camping section in our own tent. We stayed at pitched 30 - 39 North fields which is a small cul-de-sac area of the campsite. The complex is situated in the New Forest and has many wonderful walking areas and places of outstanding beauty. We stayed for 4 days and 3 nights and found that the complex is very well catered. There is a local shop in the main plaza that sells everything you could need for a short break (bit pricey but to be expected). We had a meal in the pub on the last evening and found the quality of the food to be very high. Price wise it was less ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/08/09 (Very useful, 650 readings)
We have just returned from a small group trip to Sandy Balls - three families all with children under three and several novice campers. We had a fab time! This is just a snapshot of our experiences, and does not include details on all facilities. We camped with all our own equipment on the seasonal 'Cornfield' field which offered grass pitches (as opposed to gravel / hardstanding) as it was August (two extra fields are opened to deal with extra campers during the peak month). Facilities on this field were basic, but more than sufficient - several blocks of toilets, with 3 loos and 3 showers for each gender, and 2 washing up sinks with drainers. All blocks were ... Read the complete review
by TINA WENAHM - written on 12/08/07
we arrived at sandy balls on friday 27th july in the pouring rain we were booked for two weeks in the ready tents. we were told not to insult them by arriving before 3pm as it took them this time to clean the tents and get it all tip top and bristol fashion ( i don't think) the tents we had two next to each other 30 and 31 the first thing we noticed was one of the inner tents had collasped and the rubber bands were perished and we could no longer use them. the cooker was a bit old and the grill pan would hold 1 slice of toast. the whole out side of the tents were not pinned down as all the bands had perished. the zip on tent 30 was not working and after 14days had ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/10/05 (Very useful, 7226 readings)
Location, Sandy Balls is situated at the western end of Godshill village, a little more than a mile from Fordingbridge on the B3078. From the east, leave the M27 at Junction 1 signposted New Forest/ Lyndhurst/Cadnam A337 and at the end of the slip road, take the third exit B3078 to Fordingbridge. From the west, follow the A31 to Ringwood until the turning onto the A338 to Salisbury, and then take the B3078 for about 11/2 miles. From the north, follow the A338 through Salisbury to Fordingbridge and then take the B3078 to Godshill. The above information has been taken from the Sandy Balls ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/03/01, updated on 26/03/01 (Very useful, 2009 readings)
I have just returned from a 5 day stay at Sandy Balls New Forest Country Holiday park. It was lovely. The weather wasn't so good and the foot and mouth restrictions stopped us from taking full advantage of the new forest, but even with this in mind, we had a great, relaxing time. Sandy Balls holiday centre is situated in Godshill, near Fordingbridge on the north-west edge of the New Forest within 25 acres. and is made up of lodges, caravans and facilities for tourers and campers. We stayed in a lodge. Our party consisted of myself, my husband and our two year old daughter. The lodge was warm, clean, well stocked of plates, pots, pans, cutlery. It also ... Read the complete review
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