Anita’s Caravan Park is a friendly family run park, nestling on the outskirts of the lovely village of Mollington and wonderfully situated to visit lots of well known places, not forgetting those secret little gems less well known.
We are only a short walk to the village pub for a quiet relaxing drink in the evening.
Anita’s is situated on a working farm, - don’t worry it’s not covered in muck! We breed pedigree Suffolk sheep which we often take to local shows. In the fields around the park there are my welsh mountain ponies. Every year there are mares with their foals which can be seen frolicking about. The children love them. If you walk through my garden to the village you will often find our Pekin bantams scratching amongst the flower beds, ah sweet!
What can we offer you? A warm and cheerful welcome awaits you on your arrival.
Our toilet facility is a tumble-brick building with flower filled troughs outside, of course! Very important are the spacious fully tiled shower cubicles with lots of room to get showered and dressed without getting squashed! We have a toilet especially for the less able with wheelchair access. In the ladies that ‘must have’ hairdryer, essential wash hand basins and copious amounts of hot water; of course the gents have that too. We pride ourselves in the cleanliness of our facilities.
You will have a choice of spacious grass or hard-standing pitches, mostly level, but some with a slight slope so bring some levellers just in case! The caravan area is lit in the evening so you won’t be groping around in the dark! An added bonus for Motor-home users, there is a bus service just outside the park entrance for those wishing to leave their vehicles to visit Banbury or local villages. For the outdoor enthusiasts we have a lovely well mown area just for tents which is situated close to the toilets, comforting to know during the night! A washing-up area is also provided for campers. We welcome well behaved dogs but they must be on a lead at all times. We have a dog run for the usual requirements etc. There are many places to take the dog for a long leisurely walk and enjoy the surrounding countryside.
They are of a modest size with good headroom, an interior floor area some eight feet wide by nine feet long and a forward projecting porch to provide some shelter if the doors are open. A raised area of timber decking extending the 'living area' and providing somewhere to sun-bathe, prepare food or when the weather is bad, lose the wet gear before going inside.
We are spoilt for choice when it comes to historical or even hysterical places.
National Trust Houses
Stratford upon Avon
When it comes to places for the kids then I can provide you with lots of suggestions of places to visit which will interest and amuse them!
Then when you’ve done all that just take a stroll through my lovely garden
Potter through the churchyard into the village
Have a swift half down at The Green Man in the evening.
f you’re into Wining and Dining there are endless pubs and restaurants for all tastes, you wouldn’t have time to sample them all, just ask me and I will have a list for you.
For the more chilled out just stay here, read a book, take in your surroundings and forget about the daily stresses of life.
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