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Cotswolds Camping at Holycombe

Holycombe Ascott Road, Shipston-on-Stour CV36 5PH England
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#1 of 2 Speciality lodging in Shipston-on-Stour
We would love to welcome you to our campsite situated in the beautiful Cotswold village of Whichford. Our campsite is designed for those looking for a peaceful, rustic, outdoor experience, surrounded by nature and history. To camp, you can bring your own tent or van or hire our Yurt, Gypsy Caravan, or Airstream. Camping Fees are £10 per adult (age 18+) per night and £5 per child (12 to 17 years) per night. We do allow small campervans but not motorhomes. Here are the specifiactions from the council "Small camper vans are permitted and shall not exceed a weight of 3.5 tons, shall not have twin rear axles and shall not measure more than 6.25m in length, 2.22m in width and 2.77m in height when closed". Please note we do not have grey water/chemical disposal onsite. We do not allow groups due to the amount of noise that is generated when a group of people get together. There is a maximum of 2 adults per booking (and 2 children aged 12+), you are only able to make one booking per party.
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Adam C wrote a review Oct 2020
Lutterworth, United Kingdom10 contributions
My partner and I have just got back from a weekend away at the holycombe, we stayed in The Little Dutch, and what a pleasant and lovely little stay we had it was perfect, it had everything you could ask for, a nice comfortable double bed, full working electrics, WiFi (if required), fridge, hob, log burner, running water. I booked last minute and safe to say it got a massive thumbs up from the other half. We will be sure to return again for sure. The weather was lovely on the Sunday so decided to have a walk to hook norton and visit a few public houses en route.
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Date of stay: October 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Emily B wrote a review Sep 2020
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Me and my partner booked to stay at Holycombe on a whim while we were looking to camp in the cotswolds and safe to say we completely fell in love. We stayed in the blackcurrant bell tent - all crockery provided including a cafetiere! Lovely cosy tent and the log burner is to die for. Loved the thick blanket that was on top of the duvet. Spent our evenings sat with the fire pit watching the stars. Good facilities in terms of both glamping and camping bathrooms- hot water in glamping shower and heating on! One thing I hate about camping is feeling cold and I didnt feel cold once here. Admittedly we didnt know how we would feel about the no music rules as we are avid music lovers but the site is so peaceful and calm - we completely fell in love with it and felt so relaxed while we were there. Lovely friendly other campers too - one group on the Sunday night was quite noisy with music playing but the owner was fab and asked them to turn it off. Local pub food is incredible with local ales - some of the best seafood pasta I've had in my life! We did go to the straw kitchen but found it quite overpriced so nipped to ALDI (15 mins away) and bought our own dinner instead to cook on the fire. The site is in good stead to access some beautiful areas easily, we went to the Lower Slaughter, Bourton on water and 2 national trust sites which were all local. The local church bells arent very noisy but are definitely noticable - we loved it but if you are a slight sleeper bring earplugs. Overall we loved the site, fell in love and are already planning another trip next year! Thanks for a fantastic time!
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Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Sue A wrote a review Sep 2020
Sale, United Kingdom79 contributions14 helpful votes
We booked to stay a couple of nights in a Yurt. Fab location with so many places nearby to visit: Oxford, Bourton on the Water, Blenheim Palace, Woodstock, Chipping Campden and so many other places. The tent had a log burning stove and bags of wood were available to buy on site for £4 a bag. All pots and pans for cooking were available in the yurt. If you were glamping you were given a key for your own toilet/shower that the other campers xouldnt use. Thia was a big plus, it was clean and always seemed to be free as only a few could use it. There were compost toilets if needed and another toilet. There was a kitchen and fridge and freezer and kettle and toaster and washing facility for your dishes. A nice little camp site, nice and quiet with nice views and perfect location for nearby sightseeing. Clear instructions given before we arrived and everything was ready for when we got there and it was a lovely peaceful and straight forward stay. I would definitely recommend
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Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
DanCombes wrote a review Aug 2020
Staines, United Kingdom7 contributions
We had the pleasure of staying in the lovely gypsy caravan it felt very cosy and was an amazing experience. We loved sitting outside with the use of the fire pit and the wood you can buy on site. Site was very tidy and super quiet! Highly recommend this for any couple that like the outdoors
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
daftzippy wrote a review Aug 2020
Exeter, United Kingdom11 contributions6 helpful votes
A great find - a little campsite tucked away in the heart of the Cotswolds with no screaming kids, no barking dogs, great night skies and a firebowl with firewood available. The facilities were basic but all that's needed (compost loos and warm, clean showers). Thank you. Don't make any changes, you're great as you are!
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Date of stay: August 2020
US$61 - US$79 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
United KingdomEnglandCotswoldsShipston-on-Stour
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Frequently Asked Questions about Cotswolds Camping at Holycombe
Which popular attractions are close to Cotswolds Camping at Holycombe?
Nearby attractions include Rollright Stones (2.5 miles), The Chipping Norton Theatre (4.6 miles), and Whichford Pottery (0.3 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Cotswolds Camping at Holycombe?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free parking, kids activities, and internet access.
Is parking available at Cotswolds Camping at Holycombe?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Cotswolds Camping at Holycombe?
Conveniently located restaurants include Spice of India, Wild Thyme Restaurant, and The Straw Kitchen, Whichford Pottery.
Are there any historical sites close to Cotswolds Camping at Holycombe?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Stow-on-the-Wold Market Square (9.2 miles), Chastleton House and Garden (5.1 miles), and Sezincote House & Garden (8.9 miles).