You are assured of a warm welcome at Bo Peep!
Why do so many of our friends regard it as their favourite site?
Perhaps it’s the character of the place; the open space, the views, the warm Cotswold stone, the doves in their dovecotes or the rabbits in the fields.
Perhaps it is the informal and spacious pitches - no straight lines here!
Perhaps it is the fine grass areas, the picnic tables and the sound of evening birdsong.
Perhaps it is the peaceful strolls around the farm, through the woods and along the river bank in a variety of circular routes.
It may be the quality of life in the area; the rich choice of pubs and restaurants, the real ales or the cleanliness of the air.
Or is it the elegance of a bygone era in the Oxford colleges, the Georgian architecture at Leamington Spa or the country style at Great Tew?
As a touring centre, it has real choices and whatever your heart desires there is a variety of activities so that no two days will be the same.
Perhaps you simply want to relax and stay onsite - whatever your reason for coming - you will be assured of a warm welcome at Bo Peep.
The park is approached via a half mile driveway and there are four miles of walks around the fields, along the river bank and through the woods.
- picnic tables
- information centre
- public telephone
- RVs welcome
- 2 vegetable preparation areas
- Leamington Spa
- Silverstone motor racing circuit
- Warwick Castle
- Broughton Castle
- The Cotstwold Wildlife Park
- The Leyland Motor Heritage Centre
- take away
Based on 2 review(s)
London 11 Jan 2013
This is a nice location for visiting a variety of places and an excellent touring base. The site itself is nicely kept but as we went towards the end of the season it was looking a bit tired. Ther's a good little shop on site with plenty of basics and the wardens are on site all the time. The walking facilities on site are really good and ideal for dogs/ kids. One thing about it though it is not quiet as you can hear traffic in the distance constantly, but it depends what you're looking for, you do tend to get used to it after a couple of days. Ther are several good places to eat a short drive away but if you're looking for peace and quiet, unless you have kids of your own I'd probably look for somewhere a lot further from the motorway.
West Midlands 26 May 2009
We stayed here over the first May bank holiday and enjoyed it very much. The facilities were excelent. Their was only one down side the riverside walk was a little disappointmenting in the way it only went round the field. But on the whole I would recommend it. Bo Peep Farm Caravan Park, Oxfordshire