Piccadilly Caravan Park

Piccadilly Caravan Park is a beautiful, four-star, family holiday retreat in the heart of Wiltshire. The park, which also has received a four-pennant rating from the AA, is just a half mile outside Lacock, a charming National Trust village. This family friendly caravan site welcomes guests with motorhomes, caravans and tents onto the site.

The park hosts 45 pitches, with both hardstanding and grass pitches available. All of the pitches benefit from an electric hook up. Additional facilities found at the park for guests’ convenience include a heated toilet and shower block, along with laundry and dishwashing areas, while there is also a chemical waste disposal point.

This is a dog friendly park and there's an on-site area dedicated to dog walking – or you can take your four-legged friend to explore the miles of surrounding countryside. Please remember to control your pets and clean up after them.

There is plenty of open space for guests to enjoy at Piccadilly Caravan Park, with a games field suitable for ball games and other activities, along with a children’s play area that little ones always love.

Lacock is a charming village that is well worth exploring, and has a number of attractions that tourists regularly visit. Lacock Abbey is the main attraction and is found at the heart of the village, a stunning country house with monastic roots – some of the Harry Potter films were shot here, too.

The George Inn is the public house in Lacock and is so popular too, it is almost a tourist attraction in its own right. The pub has retained its original structure, and features exposed wooden beams inside, as well as an open, roaring fire. Families are welcome at The George Inn, which serves a wide selection of food and drink, much of which is locally sourced. There is also a well stocked shop in the village.

Some of the BBC TV drama Wolf Hall was filmed at stunning Lacock Abbey and nearby, about a 15-minute drive from this caravan park, you can discover another National Trust property that also starred in this TV show – Great Chalfield Manor and Garden.

Chippenham is just a 10-minute drive from Piccadilly Caravan Park. With supermarkets, shops and pubs, you could head here to top up your holiday supplies or to enjoy a meal out. Corsham is also just 10 minutes by car from this site, while within half an hour is the market town Devizes where, on the canal, you can see 29 locks.

The city of Bath is only around 40 minutes by car from Piccadilly Caravan Park and is a truly beautiful place, with striking architecture around every corner. When you visit Bath, make sure you take in the magnificent abbey and get some rest and relaxation at the world famous Thermae Bath Spa, from where you can enjoy views across the city's skyline.

Other top tourist attractions that are close by when you're staying here include the motorsport venue Castle Combe (20 minutes away), Stonehenge (50 minutes away) and Longleat Safari and Adventure Park (40 minutes away).

Visit Wiltshire and Somerset on your motorhome tours and camping and caravan holidays, and enjoy using Piccadilly Caravan Park as your base.

Open from:
1st April to 31st October

Facilities:
Pets allowed, Allow rallies, Children's play area(s), Electric hook-ups, LPG stockist, Sanitary block(s), Laundry, Chemical disposal point, Washing up facilities

Accomodations:
44 Touring pitches, 44 Motorhome pitches, 44 Tent pitches

Nearby attractions:
Fishing, Golf, Horse Riding, Swimming (Indoor), Tennis

John Coles Park
M4 Karting
The Yelde Hall


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Folly Lane West
Wiltshire, South West England
United Kingdom
SN15 2LP
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Angus

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What a little gem! We travelled from Scotland and stayed here for 6 nights. This is the most gorgeous and well kept site, with flower borders and lush grassy pitches as well as hard standing. Its within 5 mins walking distance to Lacock Abbey. Its tranquil, quiet and has lovely shower blocks and facilities. There is a playpark and an information area full of leaflets and brochures. With peace, quiet and space, its exactly what we were looking for. Some may think that because it doesn't have a shop on-site it lacks but there are shops only minutes away in Lacock and half a mile along the road there are supermarkets, so plenty of variety to choose from. Lacock is the most gorgeous medieval town and features in period dramas like 'Lark Rise to Candleford', 'Cranford' and 'Downton Abbey'. Lacock Abbey itself was used in the first Harry Potter film and is great to visit with lots to see and do. There are plentiful eateries in Lacock also. The Site Manager was extremely helpful. If we venture this far south again we will definately stay there!!! GO ITS WONDERFUL!