Newbold Grounds

Staverton, Northamptonshire, NN11 6JZ

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  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

Secluded location on a working arable farm with the opportunity to walk extensive local footpaths including links to the Jurrasic Footpath.

Fallow deer and a wide variety of Farmland Birds are often seen from the CL site.

Industrial Archaeology of the disused Great Central Railway line and in particular the Catesby Viaduct on the farm.

Conveniently located for historic towns and attractions of Warwick, Stratford-on-Avon, Leamington Spa and Rugby.

There are several country pubs in the nearby vicinity serving excellent food and drinks.

Please check availability and book online via our site booking website link above.

Facilities on site ...

  • Dog walk from site
  • TV reception: good
  • Working farm

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Latest arrival time: 8:00 PM

0.75 acres

Electric amperage: 16

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Lat 52.244054 / Lon -1.243965
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Great CL set in beautiful countryside

Very efficient booking system. Access to the grounds the site is on is by electric gate, operated by your mobile, so very secure. Large CL area overlooking fields, with wooded area behind. Very quiet and tranquil ( others have mentioned clay pigeon shoots, but none when we were there for a mid week stay). Lots of wildlife watch out of your window, pheasants, hares, deer. Public footpaths on/from site and lots of good circular walks nearby. A very pleasant stay, would definitely return
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An unexpectedly lovely site!

We needed somewhere to stay whilst visiting family, so choose this site purely on basis of location. We loved it. Big, level pitches, and all in a line with marvellous views. Loved the security gate that you opened with your telephone number. The owner was friendly and welcoming. We walked into Flecknoe and down to the canal which was charming, had a nice pint in the pub. Would definitely stay here again next time we visit the relatives.

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Quiet, easily accessible and very private

Arrival from 12pm, Entry through electronic gate so very safe. Five spots for hooking up with electric and then water point and waste facilities are in a clearing the trees. Ground is level and overlooking the valley and farms fields with trees behind. Is about 2 miles from Staverton which looked as it had a nice pub but in the current climate we didn't visit. The site was very windy when we were there but it was a windy weekend all across the Uk. Didn't see Tom at all but spoke to him on the phone. A perfect place if you are with a small group of friends. Tried to walk to the viaduct but the path was very overgrown and dotted with orange clay pigeon shoot shells; not sure it would as tranquil if there was a shot on. Would stay again with bikes as there are small country roads of the main road.
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A lovely site

A tranquil and secluded site on a working farm. Very little noise other than the rooks. Great views and close to the Jurassic Way. Lots of wildlife to watch. There are deer roaming and we spent ages watching the hares in the wheat field in front of the pitch. Just be aware there is a clay pigeon shoot next to the site in case you have nervous dogs.
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Fantastic CL

What a find! Torn between writing this review, or keeping this secret! Directions excellent, access to site via keypad locked gate, Tom texted the code a couple of days before we arrived, and instructed us to site ourselves, saying he would come and find us later - which he did. The site is spacious, in front of a wooded area with splendid views over the valley. Plenty of room and the amenities (water and chemical disposal) are subtly tucked away just inside the wood. Lots of footpaths around and through the grounds so dog walking was a joy - they adopt a sensible policy requesting 'picking up' on the CL otherwise 'stick and flick' on the rest of the farmland. Tom found us in our van late afternoon, he was charming, he gave us a leaflet on the farm business, including local information and a map of the farm area. You can't see the farm buildings from the site which makes you feel liberated and unsupervised. All in all, a fantastic site.

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