Caravan Sites in the Cotswolds
Cotswold Caravan SitesIf you're planning on visiting the Cotswolds for a caravanning holiday or you're looking for motorhome sites in the Cotswolds, tThis page has details of some of the caravan parks in the Cotswolds.
Bourton-on-the-Water - Field Barn Park
Field Barn Park aims to offer a comfortable and peaceful site with good facilities and wonderful views over rolling countryside for caravaners, motorhomes and tents. The site is brand new with over 400 newly planted trees and shrubs, the pitches are all grass but the access is by hard roads and the pitches are designed with motorhomes in mind.
All the generous pitches offer an electric hook-up (10 amps) and mains tap water. There is a chemical loo disposal point with wash facility, an information hut with local attractions and maps, and a site freezer for picnic box blocks. Recent developments have extended the facilities to provide a wonderful under-floor heated shower and loo block and a heated laundry room including washing machines and ironing facilites alongside sinks for general washing-up.
Telephone: +44 (0)1451 820 434
Website : Field Barn Park, Bourton-on-the-Water
Bourton-on-the-Water - Notgrove Caravan Club Site
High up in the Cotswolds in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Notgrove is surrounded by open countryside. This is a magical little site, only a short drive from the delightful small Cotswold town of Bourton-on-the-Water
. You can visit the perfumery, the famous miniature village, and the motor museum housed in an 18th century water mill. A tour of the pretty Cotswold villages is a must during your stay. Nearby are Chedworth Roman Villa
and Snowshill Manor.
Telephone: +44 (0)1451 850249
Burford Caravan Club Site, Oxfordshire
An attractive and spacious site, with well landscaped pitching areas, you can't miss the site as it is opposite the Cotswold Wildlife Park
, a popular family attraction in the area. With rhinos, zebras and leopards, children love it and the brass rubbing centre, beautiful gardens and narrow gauge railway make this a good value and special day out. Burford is a beautiful unspoilt Cotswold village with the warm, honey coloured stone buildings of the region. On the Oxfordshire edge of the Cotswolds, you are close to the village of Bourton-on-the-Water with its Motor Museum, Model Railway and Pottery; beautiful Bibury
and the wool town of Northleach, with its church, fascinating Cotswold Countryside Collection Museum of Rural Life and eccentric collection of mechanical music. Due to proximity to RAF Brize Norton some aircraft noise may be experienced from time to time.
Telephone: +44 (0)1993 823080
Set in beautiful Grade I listed parkland, and forming part of the Bathurst Estate, this site is peaceful, level, with many mature trees and within walking distance of Cirencester. Cirencester was the second largest town in England during the Roman occupation, and is now a thriving market town with an interesting church and fascinating museum. From here you can explore the Cotswolds, perhaps one of the few areas we have left of real English countryside, with its warm limestone villages and little towns whose prosperity was built on the wool trade of centuries past.
Note: The site is adjacent to Cirencester Park but access to the Park is restricted to the hours of 8am-5pm. Cycling is not permitted in the park. There is no restriction on access or cycling on the site.
Telephone: +44 (0)1285 651546
Mayfield Park, Cirencester
Mayfield park is a family owned site close to the market town of Cirencester (capital of the Cotswolds). We have 36 pitches for both caravanning
and camping in the Cotswolds
, giving us 72 pitches spread over a generous twelve acres.
The gently sloping park with its level hard standing pitches is in an area of outstanding natural beauty overlooking the Churn Valley. It is a quiet smaller park, favoured by couples and is ideal for exploring the ancient Roman town of Cirencester
and the surrounding Cotswolds. You can explore the Forest of Dean or use us as the perfect stepping stone to Wales and the South-West.
Telephone: +44 (0)1285 831301
Moreton-in-Marsh Caravan Club Site
Situated in easy walking distance of Moreton-in-Marsh
and the Batsford Arboretum the Moreton-in-Marsh Caravan Club Site is wonderfully placed for many of the Cotswolds famous gardens and historic houses.
Opening Dates - January to December
Bourton Road, Moreton-In-Marsh, Gloucestershire, GL56 0BT
Telephone: +44 (0)1608 650519
Cotswold View Caravan & Camping Park, Charlbury, Oxfordshire
Cotswold View Caravan and Camping Park lies in the midst of the Oxfordshire Cotswolds in an area of outstanding natural beauty over-looking the Evenlode Valley and Wychwood Forest. Set in 54 acres of rolling, wooded farmland our spacious pitches offer the peace & tranquillity of the countryside in which to relax and enjoy your holiday or weekend break.
Cotswold View has broad grass walks and well-signed forest and farm trails around the park where you can see a variety of farm animals; the horses, the sheep, the goats, the pigs, the chickens, the ducks and the Shetland ponies. There are attractive playgrounds for the children including one for under 5’s, and a tennis court and skittle alley for hire. We offer a small, well-stocked shop and off-licence. A wealth of tourist information is also available.
Cotswold View is ideally placed as a centre for walking, cycling & touring in the Cotswolds should you wish to explore.
Telephone: +44 (0)1608 810314
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