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We spent two nights here when visiting the nearby Craft Day at Ragley Hall. There are static caravans around the edge of the field with the tourer pitches in the middle. Lots of mature trees - nice and sheltered. Lots of wildlife (birds, squirrels etc.)...More
Thank Dawn on holiday
Response from Katharine H, Owner at Island Meadow Caravan ParkResponded 1 week ago
Our first review for 2018! Thank you! We'd love to see you back!
Just returned from a four night stay at Island Meadow in one of the static caravans, and we have nothing but praise for it. We were greeted by a very friendly gentleman who told us some information about the local area and recommended some places...More
Response from Katharine H, Owner at Island Meadow Caravan ParkResponded 31 October 2017
We love our caravans too...!
Glad the boys enjoyed themselves - hopefully see you another time.
Stayed here for one night before attending a show at the Stratford Racecourse. Lovely friendly owners who even offered to open their shop up for us when we arrived late so we could buy some food for tea!
Shower and toilet block immaculately clean, but...More
Friendly, pretty site. Pretty walks close by and streams on three sides. Free range geese and other birds around very clean ablutions, hot showers. Seems to be family run and they were always around to help if you needed it.
This was the second time we had stayed here, and it didn't disappoint! We were a group of three tents with electric hook up and we had a corner spot ( really spacious) could fit our huge tent in easy. And because the grass in...More
Thank Tracey P
Response from Katharine H, Owner at Island Meadow Caravan ParkResponded 8 September 2017
As long as you, other campers and my lovely grass is safe (!!) we seldom say no to fire pits!
Thankfully unsociable campers are an infrequent occurrence!
See you next time...