Chapel Lane Caravan Club Site is a popular caravan site in the quaint village of Wythall, close to the city of Birmingham. Sitting in the shadow of an old chapel, this campsite is open all throughout the year and gives a warm welcome to non-members of the Caravan Club, as well as members.
This campsite in the Midlands is in a handy location. It is something of a rural gem with peaceful surroundings, but it is also close to busy – and convenient – transport links and big cities. Indeed, there is a bus stop within 50 yards of this site.
Chapel Lane Caravan Club Site features over 100 pitches for touring caravans and motorhomes, most of which are hardstanding, with serviced pitches available for guests that want them. Storage pitches are available, too. Adjacent to the site is the Transport Museum, while there are two golf clubs close by and plenty of fields for playing games and exploring the countryside.
The facilities here are good, the washblock with disabled access, plus there is a laundry, a motorhome waste disposal point and also Wi-Fi. This is a dog friendly campsite, too, and there's a short dog walk on site – more and longer walks are nearby. Guests looking for local food and drink will find Becketts Farm Shop, which also has a brilliant restaurant, a short walk away.
This campsite is popular with a wide variety of guests, including those that enjoy the outdoors, are looking for an ideal base from which to explore the Midlands, or are headed into Birmingham for the Caravan and Boat show and other events that are held at the National Exhibition Centre.
Birmingham might not seem an obvious destination for your motorhome and caravan holidays, but it has a lot to offer with a wide range of activities and attractions for the whole family to enjoy. Shopaholics can spend hours in The Bullring and The Pallasades shopping centres, while Birmingham’s outdoor parks and wide, open spaces are definitely an underrated feature of the city. There are spaces for guests looking to find a sporting activity and plenty more for anyone wanting to simply kick back and relax in the city. Those looking to head out in the evenings can book tickets for the latest performance at the Birmingham O2 Academy, while indoor attractions that prove popular during the day include the National Sea Life Centre, the Museum of Science and Industry, and the Museum of the Jewellery Quarter. Birmingham’s raw and industrial heritage is all around you when you travel into the city, and offers experiences that you’ll never forget.
The location of Chapel Lane Caravan Club Site means guests have easy access to the whole region. Royal Leamington Spa and Stratford-upon-Avon to the south are both popular destinations where guests can easily spend a day, while the cathedral city of Worcester is a short drive down the M5 motorway. Worcester is surrounded by parks and woodland and is a great place for large families to head, with plenty to do for all ages and interests.
It is also only an hour to the National Space Centre in Leicester, while the Heritage Motor Centre at Gaydon is just a 30-minute drive from Chapel Lane Caravan Club Site.
Guests that don’t mind travelling a little further are encouraged to head into the countryside close to the Welsh border. The Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty offers some of the most amazing landscapes in the whole of the UK, while to the south, the eastern boundary of the Brecon Beacons National Park sits on the England and Wales border.
An ideal base whether you’re headed into Birmingham or simply want to enjoy the outdoor offerings around the park, a stay at Chapel Lane Caravan Club Site is always a memorable one.
Peaceful and quiet in Low season
Motorhome service point
Dog walking on & off the site
Black Open Air Country Museum
Tyseley Railway Museum
Severn Valley Steam Railway
Royal Brierley Crystal Museum
Is also marvellous for those with an interest in our industrial heritage for there are stacks of fascinating museums
Based on 2 review(s)
Norfolk 29 Nov 2011
Arrived just before 8 pm to friendly welcome. Only there for an overnight. A little traffic noise, but this near Birmingham, less than you might expect. Facilities clean and adequate; will return for a longer stay.
Northern Ireland 01 Feb 2011
Stayed Aug. 2010 A wonderful site! Our first impression was how spectacular its entrance was with flowers - obviously great pride taken - and secondly how wonderful and helpful the staff were. The facilities were spotless, and I mean spotless! From loos, showers to laundry. Sites were level and well spaced. Only thing we would have liked was a better park for children. But that is really nitpicking!