Own a holiday caravan on the leafy banks of the River Thames. The landscaped grounds of Bablock Hythe sit beside the river’s gently meandering course through rural Oxfordshire. Boat, fish or simply relax and take in the peaceful drift of the current along the park’s mile-long riverside frontage.
Onsite, boat moorings and fishing docks dot the riverfront and there’s a laundry room to take care of washing. Bablock Hythe’s resident manager is on hand with advice and assistance throughout the summer and spends the rest of the year maintaining the site. Guests are free to bring and make use of their boats from April to October and can store them onsite over winter. Next door is a cosy local country pub.
Venture beyond the park and you’ll find that the surrounding area is packed with amazing things to do. The dreaming spires of historic Oxford are only a short journey away, as is the magnificent splendour of Blenheim Palace. Follow the Thames in the direction of its source and you’ll soon find yourself surrounded by the rolling hills of the Cotswolds and the many wonderful walking trails that lead through them.
Enquire today to find out more about the fantastic selection of static caravans available for purchase or hire at Bablock Hythe Caravan Park.
The Ferryman Inn is located next to the park.
DirectionsFrom the north, exit the M40 at junction 9 and continue south along the A34. Turn off the Pear Tree Roundabout onto the A40, signposted for Witney. Turn left at the roundabout just outside of Eynsham onto the B4449. Continue along this road until you reach a roundabout with a left hand turning to Stanton Harcourt. Take the left, follow this road through Stanton Harcourt, then take the left where the road forks shortly after you pass the cricket club. You’ll find the park at the end of this road.
Cities to visit in Oxfordshire
Spend the day in Oxford. Visit one or more of the university’s many ornate historic buildings. Explore the Ashmolean Museum’s world-famous collection of treasures, antiquities and curiosities. Take a relaxing punt along the river. Or browse the city’s great range of independent shops and restaurants.
Stately homes to visit in Oxfordshire
Visit Blenheim Palace. The magnificent ancient seat of the Churchill family is the only non-royal palace in the country. Experience the scale of its size and splendour for yourself and you’ll quickly see why it deserves its title. Broughton Castle and Stonor Park are two more historic houses in Oxfordshire that are well worth visiting.
Places to walk and places to cycle in Oxfordshire
There’s plenty of wonderful countryside to explore if you fancy a walk or a cycle. Head to the top of Beacon Hill for beautiful far-reaching views across Oxfordshire. If you’re looking for wildlife, you’ll find it among the woodlands and wildflower speckled grasslands of the Aston Rowant National Nature Reserve. The Great Ridge Way and the Cotswolds are both close by.
Activities to do in Oxfordshire
Play a round of golf at Frilford Heath or go horse riding at Southmoor. Learn about steam trains and their history at the Didcot Railway Centre.
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