Boy have we got a treat for you this season, not only can you camp on the exclusive Pylewell Estate, but you can do so whilst enjoying the private sea views our new pop-up campsite offers! Mix in all the luxuries you're used to from Embers, and this really is camping in style. The main residence on the estate is private.
Our piping hot showers and flushing toilets on site, aswell as our spacious Bell Tents, Bundle Beds (and metres of twinkling fairy lights!). So whether you've got an action packed day lined up or are just enjoying the beautiful New Forest countryside, you can do so knowing freshly wood-fired pizzas and your own personal firepit are waiting for you in the evening!
Check in is from 2pm until 6pm (8pm on Friday). You can drive directly up to the site, where our staff will be on hand to check you in and then direct you to your pitch so you can set up camp. Once you've unloaded we ask that you move and park your vehicle in the car park. No vehicles are allowed on site once check-in has closed. This keeps the campsite full of safe, open space, perfect for little ones to be running around in.
SatNav users: SO41 5SH
At the end of the M3 join M27 West, signed Southampton Docks. Exit M27 at junction 1 (Cadnam) and join A337 heading south, signed Lyndhurst. Continue through Lyndhurst on A337 to Brockenhurst and stay on A337 to Lymington. At first roundabout continue straight (2nd exit) to second roundabout and turn left (1st exit) onto Marsh Lane. At first mini roundabout, continue straight to second mini roundabout and turn left (1st exit) onto Bridge Road (B3054).
Continue over Lymington River and turn right onto Undershore Road (signed IOW Ferry Terminal). Pass IOW Ferry Terminal to the right and continue straight onto South Baddesley Road. After approximately 0.7 miles (on reaching South Baddesley), turn right into Shotts Lane and follow the road for 900 yards then take the next left into Mill Lane. After 700 yards turn right into a field which leads to the entrance of Embers Pylewell.
Do not try and enter the campsite from the Main Pyewell House as this is a private residence.