Whitehall Farm

Heyford Lane, Weedon, Northampton, Northamptonshire, NN7 4SF

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Ideal for ...

  • Dogs
  • Fishing
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views
  • Waterside stays

Why stay here ...

  • A quiet site with views, adjacent the Grand Union Canal
  • Canal fishing available and Heyford Fishery (coarse) within 0.25 mile.
  • Ideal for walking and cycling.
  • Golf within 5 miles.
  • Motorhome friendly.
  • CCEP sited across the road.

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • Coarse fishing
  • Dog walk from site
  • TV reception: good
  • Unfenced water

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3 acres

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Postcode:
NN7 4SF
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GPS:
Lat 52.226313 / Lon -1.055314
OS field ref:
SP647592
OS map ref:
152

Transport links

  • Daily public transport within 1 mile

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Great CL, stunning Views.

Realy enjoyed our first visit to the site. great for cycling and walking. pubs in walking distance in both directions. Some lovelly villages to explore, wouldnt believe its just off the M1.
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Really picturesque site

Really nice well kept site. Views to die for. We camped at the top of the field whereas most vans seemed to prefer the waters edge. As we seem to find more and more now, the CL limit of 5 vans is not adhered too, there were 8 vans on the two nights we stayed; in fact when we left there were 10 on the field! As the 9 power points are on 3 posts then unless you go non-electric, when busy you will be close to other vans. However, for non-electric the field is very big and you can pitch well away from others. Owner lives well away from the site (1\4 mile up the road) so bit of a trek to go and pay. Lovely site though and well worth a visit at quiet times.
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Stop over.

My wife and I stayed for three nights on our way home from Yorkshire. Site is vey big so you have plenty of space. It needs more water taps. The grass is cut but not very well. The site is rather noisy as the lane running along side the site is used as a rat run which is a shame. If there was a couple of taps down by the cannel you could pitch-up on the cannel bank and possibly it would be less noisy. It's very pleasant to sit and watch the barges go by on the cannel with a cuppa. Dave & Sheila Lambert. Liphook, Hampshire.
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My favourite CL

Having stayed on 49 CLs, this is the only one we have stayed on 3 times. It is our favourite. So relaxing watching the narrow boats go by and all the friendly entertaining ducks. Great views as well if you don't pitch too close to the water. Vast field of beautifully kept grass with a gentle slope down to the water. Very easy access from A5 and M1. This week we had a very interesting visit to Charles Renee Macintosh house in Northampton.
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Canalside CL

This canal side CL is popular due to it's peaceful location and ease of access a sort distance from the A5. The site is sloping but if you choose to pitch either at the very top or very bottom of the site it is not too bad. There are 3 EHU bollards scattered around the site which are give 9 hookups - which are needed as the site very often goes over the 5 outfits limit on site. There is only one water point at the top of the filed so a trek for those pitched at the bottom (and an inconvenience for motor homers) The elsan disposal is at the top of the site and on the opposite side of the access road - quite a way to carry a heavy load for some. Lovely walks along the canal to either Weedon to Heyford. Onsite duck population very friendly as are the passing narrow boaters. On a sunny afternoon it is a very pleasant place to be.
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