Welcome to Grange Farm Camping and Cottages
We are incredibly sad to say, that due to recent UK Government guidelines relating to the Coronavirus pandemic, we are unable to take any new bookings and Grange Farm will be closed to visitors until restrictions are lifted.
We appologise for any disappointment this may cause both our loyal and new customers. We feel it is very important at this time to consider the health and well-being of everybody.
We have been advised that ‘Essential travel’ does NOT include visits to second homes, camp-sites, caravan parks or similar, whether for isolation purposes or holidays and your should remain in your primary residence.
As a small Island community with only one hospital this is particularly important. We all need to be considerate to each other at this strange and challenging time.
We at Grange Farm hope you stay safe and well and look forward to greeting you when normal service resumes.
For great holidays on the Isle of Wight!
Grange Farm Camping and Cottages is a family run site in a stunning south west coastal location. Our site has stunning 360° sea and countryside views.
The farm has a wide range of camping options including cottages for those wanting home-from-home comforts. It is run by 3 generations of the Dunjay family who ensure you get a warm welcome. Our aim is to let you to relax and enjoy your holidays without a care!
We open seasonally from the 1st of March to end of October.
Grange Farm has a wide range of accommodation, so you can find a great place to stay at a price to suit your budget. There is a great range of facilities for both campers and holiday cottage residents.
There are 60 acres of camping, wildlife and farm-land with plenty to do. The camping area covers 2 acres with grass pitches for tents, hard standing pitches and power hook-ups for caravans & motorhomes. We also have fully furnished static caravans and self-catering cottages.
Booking online is easy (click here) but if you want to speak to a human, call us on +44 (0) 1983 740296.
About Grange Farm Camping and Cottages
In the early 15th Century, monks at Quarr Abbey were given a plot of coastal land to farm. This became Grange Farm. In 1628, King Charles I sold the land to the City of London. Grange Farm has had had many owners since .
In 1860 they built a lifeboat station in Grange Chine. Modernisation of the shipping industry forced it to close in 1915 and the building became a beach café. Sadly, a bomb destroyed it early in the second world war. (But don’t worry, we sell tea, coffee, ice-cream and more in our shop. You can still enjoy a quiet cuppa or ice-cream whilst admiring the view!)
The farm now provides natural habitats for wildlife as well as facilities for campers and holiday makers. It sits in a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and a Site Of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI).
The Isle of Wight is of particular interest to science due to the rare species of fauna and flora found on it and it also has important geological features. We encourage our guests to appreciate and enjoy all of this and you can see photos of our wildlife on our instagram page or in our gallery.
The south west of the Island has high conservation value and is rightly protected. All of us at Grange Farm, work hard to ensure our visitors have a great holiday whilst respecting the environment. The natural, unspoilt nature of the Isle of Wight, enables us and the local flora/fauna to thrive alongside each other. We encourage our guests to appreciate and enjoy all that surrounds us. You can see photos of some of the wildlife spots on our instagram page or in our gallery.
We have earned the David Bellamy Gold Conservation award 2019. You can find out more about the David Bellamy Conservation awards by clicking here.
The AA rated Grange Farm ‘4 Pennants’ for our camping facilities. They rate from 1-5 pennants and assess the the quality, variety of facilities, customer care, hospitality and landscaping.