Home of George Washington's English ancestors, all ages will enjoy this exclusive historical manor and garden.View and Book
Hill Road, Lower Boddington, Nr Daventry, Northamptonshire, NN11 6YBView on map
Why stay here ...
The Site is based in between two quiet rural villages. The 5-pitch touring site located on the brow of a hill with a lovely view as you will see from the pictures.
Our site offers a quiet haven from which visitors can explore all that the area has to offer. Just 18 miles from Warwick and its beautiful Castle, 25 miles from Stratford-upon-Avon with its famous Shakespeare birthplace and 17 miles from Silverstone Circuit.
We offer 5 pitches suitable for both Touring caravans and Motorhomes with views out over the paddocks where sheep graze.
Each pitch is serviced with water and a grey water disposal points. There is a chemical toilet disposal point and a general waste bin.
Families & Dogs welcome. We are open from March until November. As you will see from the photos, there are some nice walks to the local Reservoir and Canal which attracts lots of walkers & fishermen.
Local fisheries include;
- Boddington Reservoir - Home Farm Fishing Lake, Stockton, Southam CV47 8HX
- Stockton Reservoir - Napton Reservoir, Tomlow Road, Southam CV47 8HX
- Dog Lane Fishery - Priors Marston Road, Napton on the Hill, Southam CV47 8LT
- T K Fisheries - Anglers Hideaway, Southam CV47 2SL
- Bishops Bowl Fishery - Station Road, Bishops Itchington, Warwickshire CV47 2SR
We have two pubs, The Carpenters Arms (Lower Boddington) & The Plough (Upper Boddington) which are in walking distance, both are 700 metres from the site, left out of the gate to Upper Boddington & right to Lower Boddington. 2 local Coops, Fenny Compton 4.5 miles & Byfield 2.5 miles from the site.
Upper & Lower Boddington is surrounded by beautiful countryside and is an exceptionally quiet and peaceful place to live.
There are numerous bridleways and country walks to be found and if a canal side walk appeals, then you can discover the Canal on the road that leads to the neighbouring village of Claydon.
Upper Boddington Village Hall grounds is available for all to use which provides an adventure playground and recently installed bicycle track for children.
The pitch is not level or hard standing but is dry for most months of the year, you will need levellers. There are large areas for awnings and are positioned with views across grazing paddocks. The standing area is 10m x 10m to accommodate the largest Tourers/Motorhomes with space enough for car parking. The pitches are easily accessed from the hard-standing roadway.
Latest arrival time: 6:00 PM
Latest departure time: 3:00 PM
Levelling blocks required
Great savings on days out
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