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"At the gateway to the Cotswolds"
The beauty of the Cotswold villages surrounds our site at Chipping Norton. The buildings and churches in golden stone were built on the riches of the woollen trade, and the site itself is an ideal place for a relaxing break.
The town of Chipping Norton is a bus ride from the site and has a museum, theatre and leisure centre, as well as a number of shops, restaurants and pubs. Many of the latter will be supplied by Hook Norton Brewery, which uses a steam engine and other traditional methods to produce its beer – see for yourself on a guided tour, though you need to book ahead.
Local towns and villages worth seeing include Stow on the Wold; Bourton-on-the-Water, where the attractions include Birdland, the Dragonfly Maze, Perfumery and Motor Museum; and Batsford, near Moreton-in-Marsh, which is home to the Cotswold Falconry Centre and Batsford Arboretum. You can also catch a bus to explore Oxford, Banbury or Stratford-on-Avon.
: April in 2011
Lovely site. The site staff were ever so friendly and accomodating and would always stop for a chat. We stayed for a week and we couldn't fault the site itself or it's facilities. Toilet block keeps up with the Loo of the Year standard which makes everyone else clean up after themselves. The Chippy van came onto the site on Saturday evening which was a real treat being in the middle of nowhere. Typically Southern menu though, as there were no gravy for t'chips. We were fortunate that the week had temperatures of 26C, and spent a few days at 'The Lido' in Chipping Norton just 5mins down the road. A heated open air pool with areas for sunbathing where each person can stay all day for less than a pint of beer. A great area to stay in and we will be going back again.