Lincoln Farm Park9.8
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AA Campsite of the Year and overall winner in England 2010, our small family park is in the heart of the village at the gateway to the Cotswolds. Our site is set in nine acres of landscaped beauty.
For your comfort we have in our Cotswold stone centrally-heated amenities: toilet and shower units, ladies and gents individual vanity cubicles, family bathrooms, a spacious disabled facility, a large launderette, battery charging room, microwaves and freezers.
Our main facilities comprise of an indoor leisure centre with fitness suite, two pools, spas, saunas, a steam room and a children's pool, a putting green, outdoor chess/draughts, park shop, tourist information, an outdoor play area and an old English style phone box next to our resident guinea pigs and chickens.
Highclere Castle - setting of ITV hit series Downton Abbey
Blenheim Palace - birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill
Crocodiles of the World - more than 60 crocodiles
Cotswold Wildlife Park - take a day out
Millets Farm Centre - well worth a visit
Bourton on the Water - visit the Venice of the Cotswolds
Museums of Oxford - part of the old university town
Cotswold's towns and villages - travel about and see the local countryside
Sightseeing around Oxford - plan to see the area
Local area pubs and places to eat:
The Black Horse - village pub within walking distance
The Bell Inn - village pub within walking distance
The Rose Revived - local pub a short drive or scenic walk
|Three-room pub with low ceilings and old brick fireplaces, wide choice of enjoyable food including bargain fixed-price menu and Sun carvery, well kept Hook Norton and three guests, decent wines; children and dogs welcome, garden picnic-sets, open all day weekends||Black Horse
|Roomy comfortably reworked old pub, beams and standing timbers in flagstoned and carpeted bar, attractive prints and photographs, central log-effect fire between two dining areas, enjoyable food including deals, good friendly service, well kept Greene King ales; children welcome, lovely big Thames-side lawn, prettily lit at night, play area, moorings, seven bedrooms, open all day||Rose Revived
|Roomy and cheerfully informal country dining pub, efficient friendly licensees, Adnams, Fullers and a guest, decent wines, good sensibly priced food, huge fireplaces in attractive simply furnished linked dining areas, beams and stripped-stone walls, flagstone or wood floors, local artwork; children welcome, dogs in bar, adjoining shop and post office||Harcourt Arms
|Pretty 17th-c thatched stone pub, three small low-beamed rooms, well worn in, log fires, one by fine old settle, brasses, hops and assorted knick-knacks, main eating area plus restaurant extension, Brakspears, Fullers London Pride and Timothy Taylors Landlord, good choice of other drinks, enjoyable food, friendly staff; background music; children and dogs welcome, tables in front and on back terrace, short walk from Thames, open all day||Blue Boar
|Grand medieval hall with soaring eaves, huge stone-flanked window embrasures and minstrels' gallery, contrasting cosy low-beamed side bar with large inglenook, fresh flowers and evening candles throughout, civilised friendly atmosphere and full of history, good imaginative modern food (best to book) cooked by licensee using home grown produce, Hook Norton, Loddon, Rebellion and Sharps Doom Bar (festivals May and Aug bank holidays), around 16 wines by the glass (including champagne), several malt whiskies and home-made summer elderflower pressé; background music; well behaved children welcome, elegant furniture under umbrellas on spacious heated terrace, lovely gardens, good Thames-side walks, open all day weekends, closed Mon||White Hart
- Carfax Tower (7.5 miles)
- Ashmolean Museum (7.5 miles)
- Modern Art Oxford (7.5 miles)
- Priory Cottages (8.4 miles)
- Great Coxwell Barn (9.6 miles)
Find local routes on the National Cycle Network - over 12,000 miles of cycling routes.
Standlake - Nature Reserve - Northmoor
- Hardwick Parks - Nature Reserve - Standlake (1.2 miles)
- Hardwick Circular (2.2 miles)
- Hardwick Parks - Nature Reserve - Standlake (1.2 miles)
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lovely clean campsite 23 Mar 2014
chris_s17 (Mature couple, 1 review) Confirmed
Very impressed with the welcome and the help we got on arrival. 20 Mar 2014
Anne (Mature couple, 1 review) Confirmed
First visit to the site. It is very well laid out and well tended. 11 Mar 2014
jacquie_h0 (Mature couple, 1 review) Confirmed
Beautifully maintained campsite with friendly, helpful staff 4 Mar 2014
hazel_t (Family with young children, 1 review) Confirmed
Well thought out and relaxed camp park 4 Oct 2013
robert_r2 (Young couple, 1 review) Confirmed
Absolutely brilliant 6 Aug 2013
Wagalot (Family with young children, 3 reviews, 5 photos)
Excellent first camping trip! perfect venue, they made it really easy 21 May 2013
mattgroves (Family with young children, 1 review)
lovely clean well run site 7 May 2013
naichen (Family with young children, 7 reviews)
Link up at Lincoln Farm for a great stay. 27 Mar 2013
Esther_F (Family with older children, 2 reviews) Confirmed
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Leisure on site
Bar or club house
Indoor swimming pool
Outdoor swimming pool
Amenities on site
Ice pack freezing
Parent & baby washroom
Pick-up from public transport
Gas cylinders available
Touring and motorhomes
Drainage hook-up points for tourers
Electrical hook-up points for tourers
Fully serviced pitches
Motorhome service point
Water hook-up points for tourersMax. motorhome length: 12.0 metres
Commercial vehicles allowed
Dogs allowed all year
Horse riding nearby
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Public transport nearby
Large (51-200 pitches)
Ordnance Survey maps (GB and Northern Ireland only) are available at lower levels via the drop-down menu.
- Coach stations
Witney: Market Square Bus Stop — 4.9mi
4.9mi Oxford Bus Station Gloucester Green — 7.4mi
7.4mi Oxford: High Street Coach Stop — 7.9mi
- Train stations
Oxford Rail Station — 7.1mi
7.1mi Hanborough Rail Station — 7.4mi
7.4mi Combe (Oxon) Rail Station — 7.7mi
- Ferry ports
Sharpness Old Docks — 45.2mi
London Oxford Airport — 9.0mi
From M4 south (London)
Take Exit 8 and follow the A40 towards Oxford. At the roundabout by McDonalds, turn right staying on the A40 signed towards Cheltenham. Do not take the left turn signed for Standlake B4449, by the garage and café, but continue on the A40 to Witney and take the A415 signed to Abingdon. This road brings you into Standlake; turn left immediately after the village garage and we are 300 yards on your right.
From M40 north (Birmingham)
Take Exit 9 and follow the A34 south for about 9 miles to Botley and take the exit onto A420, signed for Swindon. Follow the A420 for 9 miles to a roundabout and turn right onto A415 signed to Witney. Pass over the River Thames and as you enter Standlake, then slow down. The road curves right and you must turn right immediately after this curve and before the village garage. We are 300 yards on your right.
From M4 west (Bristol)
Take Exit 15, Swindon East, and follow the signs for the A420 Oxford. At the Kingston Bagpuize roundabout turn left onto A415 signed to Witney. Pass over the River Thames and as you enter Standlake, slow down. The road curves right and you must turn right immediately after this curve and before the village garage. We are 300 yards on your right.
From M4 east (London)
Take Exit 13 at Newbury and turn right onto the A34 north towards Oxford. At Abingdon turn left onto the A415 signed Witney. Continue on this road, pass over the River Thames and as you enter Standlake, then slow down. The road curves right and you must turn right immediately after this curve and before the village garage. We are 300 yards on your right.
From A40/M5 (Cheltenham)
Take A40 signed Oxford to Witney. Exit from the Witney bypass onto the A415 signed to Abingdon. This road brings you into Standlake; turn left immediately after the village garage and we are 300 yards on your right.
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