Chastleton Road

Little Compton, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire, GL56 0SL

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  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views

Why stay here ...

Chastleton Road CL site is set in the beautiful Cotswold countryside on the edge of the village of Little Compton.

The site is level grass, surrounded by hedgerows for protection and privacy. There are drinking water points, a chemical waste disposal point and a grey waste water disposal point. Toilets and showers will be coming shortly.

Adjoining the site there are two large fields which can be walked around and where dogs can be exercised on a long lead.
There is a pub and restaurant in Little Compton, within walking distance (5 minutes). Also within walking distance is the historic National Trust property of Chastleton House. There are also numerous walks from the site to explore the surrounding countryside.

A five-minute drive away is the town of Moreton-in-Marsh with its many tea rooms, restaurants, and pubs. Also, supermarkets for your essential shopping. Moreton also has a good bus service and a railway station from where you could catch a train to London or the University City of Oxford with its museums, colleges and river. Other places of interest local to Moreton-In-Marsh are Batsford Arboretum and Fosseway Garden Centre.

Nearby, Chipping Norton and Stow on the Wold also boast many shops, cafes, pubs restaurants and supermarkets.

Chastleton Road CL site is an excellent base for exploring the surrounding area with its many attractions. The National Trust’s Hidcote Gardens is 15 minutes away. Adam Henson’s Cotswold Farm Park is approximately 20 minutes away. Bourton on the Water is well worth a visit and 15 minutes away. Similarly the villages of Upper and Lower Slaughter are 20 minutes away.

Further afield are:-

  • Warwick Castle (30 minutes)
  • Shakespeare’s birthplace Stratford upon Avon where you can hire a boat on the river is 30 minutes away.
  • Burford Wildlife Park approximately 30 minutes.
  • The spa towns of Leamington Spa and Cheltenham are a drive of approximately 45 minutes away.

Facilities on site ...

  • Dog walk from site
  • WC (exclusive use)

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Latest arrival time: 5:00 PM

Latest departure time: 12:00 PM

2.1 acres

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Postcode:
GL56 0SL
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GPS:
Lat 51.966851 / Lon -1.627564
OS field ref:
SP256298
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Nearest train station: Moreton in Marsh
  • Train station within 5 miles

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Chastleton Road
Malcolm was extremely helpful during the booking process and very welcoming on arrival. This is a small site and although without shower facilities yet, it was a perfect place for us to meet with family and enjoy the peaceful location. Lovely 5 minute walk to the pub which serves great food and had loads of character. We visited Moreton in Marsh, Bourton on the Water and the Cotswold Farm Park. We will definitely be back. This is a real hidden gem in the heart of the Cotswolds.

AnnieandNigelT

Reviewed on 26/06/2022 09:15

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A new CL that deserves to succeed.

Chastleton Road
I can only endorse the comments of the previous three reviews. A wonderful quiet yet easily accessible site, very central for Cotswolds and South Midlands. A warm and friendly welcome from Malcolm, we were also welcomed at the Red Lion where we had very good meals. We booked for 3 nights but stayed longer as we were so delighted with the site, we only hope that there will be a pitch available next time we are in the area. Thank you Malcolm.

Gareth and Gail

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Reviewed on 23/03/2022 16:36

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Peaceful site, friendly owner

Chastleton Road
Set on the edge of Little Compton, this CL site is a peaceful space in beautiful surroundings. It is a large, open, well-maintained and flat field, with a small toilet block, water point and emptying points for grey and black waste. The owner, Malcolm, was very welcoming and knowledgeable about the area. There are plenty of good walks around and it's only a mile from Chastleton House (NT) and 3 miles to the Rollright Stones. The pretty market towns of Chipping Norton and Moreton-in-Marsh are close by and (in our case) walkable. It's only a short walk to the village pub, which does lovely meals. The entrance is on Brewery Lane, across the A44 from Little Compton.

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Reviewed on 10/03/2022 10:02

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Peaceful Cotswolds location, fantastic walks, great pub 5 mins walk

Chastleton Road
We were warmly welcomed by Malcolm the owner and enjoyed a fantastic 2 night stay. The site is situated in the beautiful Cotswolds countryside with numerous walking routes accessed directly from the site. We walked to Chastleton House a National Trust property which is less than a mile away. We returned to the CL via a circular route taking in the village of Little Compton and the Red Lion pub which is a 5 minute walk away. We will definitely be returning to the Red Lion for a meal next time, we only had time for a drink on this occasion. The staff were so friendly! The site itself is level grass with several areas of hardstanding also available. It's such a large area you are definitely guaranteed privacy even if there are 5 vans on site. There are lovely views of the surrounding hills and it's very peaceful. The facilities are well thought out, with a separate grey waste disposal as well as the chemical disposal point. Both are new and easily accessed. There are two fresh water taps spaced around the outside of the field. An added bonus is the new toilet and I believe a shower is going to be added sometime soon. Booking was very easy, either by email, on the phone or via the CLBooking website, there is a link from the CL page. We will definitely return as there are so many more footpaths for us to explore!

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Reviewed on 28/11/2021 19:24

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Fabulous winter site

Chastleton Road
Very friendly welcome on arrival, and as we use our campervan year round, this site is perfect Level grass and lots of it, but for campers there is plenty of hardstanding for overnights in wet weather. Great open views and very easy to find and access. We are a small camper but even the biggest motorhome or caravan setup could easily get on here. Great toilet too, as a bonus. No elec, but as we are self sufficient, that too is a bonus, as it tends to keep lovely sites like these a bit more available. Pub and cafe down the road, highly recommended.

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Reviewed on 25/11/2021 17:21

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