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We would love to welcome you to our campsite situated in the beautiful North Cotswold village of Whichford, near the Warwickshire, Oxfordshire, Gloucestershire and Worcestershire borders. We are in the Heart of England, in the middle of everywhere. 1.25 hours from the M25
Come and share this special place, experience the peace of the historic land and the sounds of nature, where you can enjoy stargazing the dark night sky, watching the meteor showers without light pollution form our ancient stone circle.
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 one of our Bell Tents or a Dome, Yurt or Treehouse. Please visit our website for more info www.cotswoldscamping.com
Camping Fees are £10 per adult (age 19+) per night and £5 per child (12 to 18 years) per night. You can book via the automated booking system on our website www.cotswoldscamping.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Our campsite is in the grounds of Holycombe Holistic Retreat Centre and to ensure that all our guests have the quiet, peaceful experience they expect from Holycombe, we have designated our site a “Quiet Campsite”. In order to achieve this we only take families, couples and singles. We do not allow unaccompanied teenagers or groups. Up until 2014 our campsite has been a family campsite with no groups of more than 5 adults and we have welcomed children of all ages. Most children are a joy to have around but unfortunately the one's that aren't have a very disturbing effect of our Holistic Retreat Centre and also on our elderly neighbours in the village. We regret that, because of this, we have been forced to limit our campsite to adults and children of 12 and over only. However, on the positive side, we can now guarantee that the campsite is a more peaceful venue and will particularly suit anyone who would prefer a children-free environment or who simply want to enjoy an exceptionally beautiful and historic place So, that's a maximum of 4 adults and 6 children (over the age 12 and over) per booking, and you are only able to make one booking per party. We do not allow people to play music, so, no radios, CDs or ipod docs, drums or other instruments. Limited use of acoustic guitars is permitted, preferably well clear of the sites periphery. Bring your earplugs if you are sensitive to the sounds of church bells and cockerels.
We do not have formal pitches, so you are able to choose where you camp when you arrive. In order to enhance your experience, we’ve severely limited the number of guests we allow on the camp site at any one time. This is a large site and with limited guests, this means that you will have plenty of space. You can choose where to camp when you arrive at the site, depending on your needs and where others are camped.
The moat is surrounded by trees, which ensures that you can camp in the shade if you wish to.
You can pitch your tent according to the view you would like to wake up to, whether this is the moat, valley, woods, or the church and the village.
Camp fires are an important part of the experience. There are several spots where you can build a fire, for cooking on or sitting beside. You can bring your own firewood, or buy it from us. We charge £3.50 per bag of wood.
Spend a night in our wonderful large 16ft (5m) Yurt, with a double bed, and wood burning stove. The yurt is simply and attractively furnished, sleeping 4 and has a double sofa bed and three futon chairs that convert into single beds. It has a wood burning stove, a beautiful Indian wall hanging, kelim rug and bedside tables. It is insulated and has central heating so is as cosy in winter as in summer.
Price: £200 for a 2 night weekend - minimum 2 nights at a weekend but can be hired for £100 per night midweek.
If desired, you can hire the separate doube-bedded Boudoir next to the yurt for extra people or just to have a separate sleeping space and costs an extra £25 a night or £50 a weekend.
You will be located close by to the campsite facilities, including the kitchen, loos and showers. As with all of our glamping options, you will need to bring your own bedding, such as duvets or sleeping bags, pillows, sheets, pillow cases and towels.
The Treehouse is a double-bedroom high up in a beautiful tree. To stay here, you need to be confident with ladders! Come and experience the magic of sleeping in a tree. Along with this experience, you will get your own hexagonal kitchen hut, with running water and electricity and a compost loo. You will have access to all campsite loos and showers. You will also have your own private fire pit. The treehouse is located in a particularly private part of the property.
The Dome is a 12ft diameter geodesic structure, with a wooden floor, and double bed. It is simply and attractively furnished with a rug, table, cushions, wind-up lamp and lantern. There is a fire pit immediately in front of the dome for your exclusive use. You will have access to the campsite kitchen, loos and showers. As with all of our glamping options, you will need to bring your own bedding, such as duvets or sleeping bags, pillows, sheets, pillow cases and towels.
The cost of the Dome is £65 per night. There is a minimum booking of 2 nights at weekends and 3 nights on bank holidays.
The Bell Tents
We have d Large Bell Tents for hire. Our Bell Tents are simply and attractively furnished with rugs, cushions, a small table, a wind-up torch and lantern.
The Large Bell Tent is suitable for up to four people, it has four futon mattresses on the ground sheet, these can be zipped together to make a double bed/s.
You can light a fire outside your Bell Tent. You will have access to the campsite kitchen, loos and showers. As with all of our glamping options, you will need to bring your own bedding, such as duvets or sleeping bags, pillows, sheets, pillow cases and towels.
The cost of the Large Bell Tent (for four people) is £80 per night. There is a minimum booking of 2 nights at weekends and 3 nights on bank holidays, at other times, one night is fine.
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