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If walking, views and nature is what you're after, 

this North Dorset caravan site is for you.


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Whataview Caravan Site is situated at Rudgehill Farm, which is a 150-acre working farm in the middle of North Dorset.

Rudgehill Farm began as a dairy farm in 1978 and was bought by the Rose family in the 1980's.  The business has diversified and the farm currently has a heifer-rearing unit and some arable grown as well as a solar site that supplies electricity to the farm.  The farm also has a selection of footpaths and bridleways traversing it.

Video credit to Andrew & Kim Sherman 

The Sit​e​

The caravan site is located in a field overlooking the Blackmore Vale with a view of King Alfred's Tower in the distance. The pitches are grassy and level to gently sloping. There is a hedge to the rear.


Well-behaved pets are welcome.

Dogs MUST be kept on the lead at all times whilst on the farm and in the caravan site.

Please make sure you clean up after your pets as their faeces can kill livestock.


10 Amp electric hook up (Coin operated meters)

Chemical disposal

Clean water for drinking

Grey water disposal

Waste and recycling bins

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See what our visitors think of us....

Read our reviews below and use this link to find more reviews on the CAMC page: 

Visitor Review

As the name suggests, the site has fantastic views, but also has some lovely walks directly from the site, particularly good for us with an energetic Labrador.

We were blessed with glorious weather for our stay and, when relaxing on our pitch, we were able to watch various hot air balloons in the distance and we saw some beautiful sunsets.

One small point to note - the grey waste water point is not drive-over, so you need to take a pipe to reach it.

Terri was very welcoming and also waved us off when we left. We plan to come back again to this peaceful site.

Sandra and Geoff

Visitor Review

‘What an absolute gem of a find. We couldn’t believe our luck when we turned into the CL field to see the most wonderful far reaching view and you just can’t help but say ‘What a View’. Warmly welcomed by Martin and Terri it is an absolute delight to return again and again. There are many lovely walks straight off site and for the more energetic, a fabulous bike ride to Blandford along the disused railway line. Or just sit and enjoy the view. Another benefit from being on top of a hill, are the fabulous sunsets. If you want a get away from it all site with delightful owners, visit What a View. We shall be there again very soon. Another bonus are the different flavoured cheeses for sale!

For those who prefer, we understand EHU is being considered.’

Marilyn and Dave

Visitor Review

Had a lovely stay, thanks.  Excellent site and easy access to get on.

I will definitely be back when I can.

Regards, Peter

Visitor Review

We had a wonderfully quiet and relaxing 2 weeks on the site, and were tremendously grateful to Martin & Terri for tremendous support & help when a couple of minor problems arose. A very appropriately named site!

Tony & Betty Mitchell

Visitor Review

We really enjoyed our stay, lovely walks and views by day and night!!! As shown in photo below. We also loved the Cheese!!

Thanks for the warm welcome and we hope to come again soon.

Regards Alan and Diane

Watch a video review here

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