With the Cotswolds an easy drive away, Winchcombe makes the perfect base to explore Gloucestershire. Its location near the village of Alderton makes this campsite the perfect base for exploring the area’s pretty honey-colour limestone towns and villages.
The charming site comes with beautiful countryside views, with the focal point being its carp pool which is great for budding fishermen. Bag yourself a pool-side pitch to enjoy a fishing break away, an Environment Agency rod licence is required before fishing can commence at this site.
Excellent toilet and shower facilities as well as a games room and dog walk make for a comfortable stay with all of the amenities you need. There’s an on-site shop, stocking a variety of local produce from nearby farms, butchers and bakers.
Looking for a walking holiday? Winchcombe is just a short drive from the site and has “Walkers are Welcome” status which makes it a prime location for exploring on foot. You’ll find a tempting variety of top restaurants, pubs and plenty of tea shops.
If shopping is on the agenda, Cheltenham is within driving distance. Take time to enjoy the award-winning gardens and Regency houses.
Self-catering accommodation is also available at this campsite.
Types of pitches:
Hardstanding with electric hook-up
Grass pitch with electric hook-up
Hardstanding only pitch
Grass only pitch (no electric)
Grass only pitch for larger tents
Mother and baby room
Drinking water taps
Ice pack freezing
Fishing (rod licence required)
PayphoneDesignated dog walk
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The town of Winchcombe is to the south east. It is home to the Folk and Police Museum as well as many Cotswold stone buildings, for which the area is famed.
The Cotswold Farm Park has an unrivalled collection of rare breeds of British farm animals and was Britain’s first farm park.
Gloucester and Warwickshire Railway runs steam and diesel trains over ten miles of track between Toddington and Cheltenham.
Sudeley Castle was home to Catherine Parr, the last wife of Henry VIII. It has lovely gardens and pheasantry, and is home to 15 rare and endangered species.
Tewkesbury is famed for its timber-framed buildings and the Abbey boasts the largest Romanesque tower in England.The elegant Georgian spa town of Cheltenham is to the south west, and hosts many events during the year, including jazz and literature festivals.
The Vale of Evesham is one of the best fruit growing areas of the UK.
Kiftsgate Court Gardens are next to the more famous Hidcote Gardens.
Bourton-on-the-Water is home to the Cotswold Motor Museum which has the original car on which the children’s TV star Brum was based.
The Romano-British villa at Chedworth is open to the public.
See up to 13 counties from the top of Broadway Tower, weather permitting.
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NORFOLK 14 Sep 2013
You won't be disappointed with the friendliness of the staff or the cleanliness of this site, it was the best!!
Relaxing, good pitches, all very tidy and nothing was too much trouble.We came with my husbands brother and sister-in law each with our own tourer, had a great week.
No hesitation in recommending