Lairhillock Park

Lairhillock is a small and friendly, family-owned and run touring caravan park catering for adults only

The park is convenient for the M1, M6, M40 and M69 motorways, providing ready access to Coventry, Banbury, Rugby, Warwick, Royal Leamington Spa and Stratford upon Avon, as well as being an ideal overnight stop for journeys up and down the country.

We pride ourselves on a personal and friendly service and aim to make your stay with us as enjoyable and relaxing as possible.

The park is set in a quiet, secluded area of outstanding natural beauty, with its rolling hills, meandering rivers, bridle paths and amazing scenery.

It is a site that will appeal to those who enjoy peace and quiet and the great outdoors.

Open all year.

Facilities:
Adults only, Pets allowed, Disabled access, Electric hook-ups, Sanitary block(s), Laundry, Designated / private parking, Chemical disposal point, Washing up facilities

Accomodations:
33 Touring pitches, 33 Motorhome pitches, 33 Tent pitches

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

The village of Marton is a short walk from the park, where there is a local pub, petrol station, and a "Museum of Country Bygones".

Marton village church was founded back in 1292. It was rebuilt in 1869 following a devastating fire. The building is dedicated to St Esprit and is thought to be unique in the British Isles. There are also preserved medieval bridges.

There are bridle paths, attractive canal tow paths and disused railway line walks.

Two and a half miles away is the village of Long Itchington which has a small general store, a Co-Op, a Post Office and a hairdressers.

Birdingbury village (2 miles away) also has a Post Office and general store.
Lairhillock Touring Park
Lairhillock Touring Park

The market town of Southam (4 miles away) has many facilities, e.g. pubs, small supermarkets, hairdressers, Post Office and other shopping outlets, a swimming pool and several take-aways. Southam is an old cattle driving stop between Wales and London. Charles 1 stayed in the town before the Battle of Edghill in 1642. St James Church has a handsome timber rooof, octagonal spire and 14th centry tower. The town also boasts Dallas International Polo Ground.

There are many nearby places of interest within reasonable distance from Marton, which makes Lairhillock an ideal centre from which to radiate:

WarwickWarwick with its 14th century castle

KenilworthKenilworth with its 12th century castle

Stratford on AvonStratford on Avon, birthplace of William Shakespeare

Royal Leamington SpaRoyal Leamington Spa and Jephson Gardens

Lunt Roman FortLunt Roman Fort - a reconstruction of the AD60 original

Bagington Aircraft MuseumBagington Aircraft Museum at Coventry Airport

Ryton Organic GardensRyton Organic Gardens

Ryton PoolsRyton Pools for those who enjoy fishing

Draycote Water ParkDraycote Water Park for those who enjoy fishing

Coventry (old and new) CathedralCoventry (old and new) Cathedral, Steam Railway Centre and Transport Museum

CotswoldsWe are withing easy reach of the Cotswolds

Canal networkThere are lots of canals in the area

Stoneleigh Show GroundStoneleigh Show Ground with nearby village of timbered houses

BirminghamBirmingham with its amazing new Bull Ring Shopping Centre, Symphony Hall and the ICC and the Jewellery Quarter

NECThe NEC is approximately 17 miles away

- post office
- shops
- haidressers
- take aways


Lairhillock Park (www)

Sandy Lane
Warwickshire, Central South England
United Kingdom
CV23 9TP
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