Campsites in the Cotswolds
Quintessentially ‘English’, the Cotswolds are one of 41 Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty in England and Wales, and are made up from parts of the English counties of Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire, Warwickshire, Wiltshire and Somerset.
Chipping Norton is a market town in the Cotswold Hills in the West Oxfordshire district of Oxfordshire, England, around 12 miles southwest of Banbury. This beautiful campsite is the gateway to the Cotswolds, with easy access to both Stratford-Upon-Avon and Oxford. The campsite is surrounded by quaint Cotswold villages of golden limestone and is the perfect setting for a relaxing break. Attractions in the town include the local museum, a theatre, leisure centre, cinema, antique shops and a multitude of eateries. Further afield attractions include Hidcote Manor, Hook Norton Brewery, Stratford Butterfly Farm, Cotswold Falconry Centre, Batsford Arboretum, Blenheim Palace and the picturesque town of Bourton-on-the-Water.
This extremely peaceful campsite is in a fantastic central location for exploring the towns and villages of the Cotwolds - Cheltenham, Stratford-upon-Avon and Oxford are all within easy reach. Surrounded by beautiful views, plenty of walking and off road cycling routes, this site offers everything you need for an enjoyable and relaxing holiday. Winchcombe campsite also has four luxury holiday lodges set around a peaceful fishing lake within 20 acres of beautiful countryside. Nearby attractions include the Folk and Police Museum, Cotswold Farm Park, Gloucester and Warwickshire Steam Railway, Sudeley Castle and a number of National Trust properties.
More about The Cotswolds
Comprising of gentle hillsides, sleepy villages, famous Roman cities such as Bath, and vibrant regency towns like Cheltenham, there is so much to see and do on a camping holiday in the Cotswolds.
Going camping in the Cotswolds enables you to step back in time and visit ancient towns and villages, many dating back at least 500 years. The region is famous for its honey-coloured limestone villages comprising cottages, public houses and churches; many scarcely altered since they grew up on the prosperity of the medieval wool trade in the 15th and 16th centuries.
Why not take a tour around the region and see the famous ‘dry stone walls’ (made of the same honey-coloured limestone) built by master craftsmen who use no cement to hold the walls together; truly a feat of engineering!
The Cotswolds is one of the most treasured and vacationed places in the UK, with tourists from both home and abroad flocking each year to the region to soak up the atmosphere of timeless uniqueness and touching preservation.
All campsites in the Cotswolds are situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and are family friendly. With plenty of things to see and do, and major attractions within easy reach; from Sudeley Castle near Winchcombe, Slimbridge Wetland Centre (the largest in Britain), to Shakespeare’s birthplace in Stratford, the Bristol Aero Museum, and the Neolithic Rollright Stones near Oxford, camping in the Cotswolds is the perfect holiday for all the family.
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