Little Acre

High Street, Tetsworth, Thame, Oxfordshire, OX9 7AT

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Ideal for ...

  • Adults
  • Dogs

Why stay here ...

Please Note: This CL will only be taking bookings for 2022 onwards.

  • Landscaped with trees, shrubs and sweet smelling roses. Art in Action in July.
  • Easy reach of Oxford, Aylesbury, Waddesdon Manor, Blenheim Palace, Waterpenny Gardens.
  • Fishing closeby, golf, horseriding, Phoenix cycle track, boating on River Thames.

Facilities on site ...

  • Dog walk from site
  • Recycling facilities
  • TV reception: good

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Latest arrival time: 10:00 PM

2 acres

Lawned site

Recycling Facilities

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Postcode:
OX9 7AT
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GPS:
Lat 51.714155 / Lon -1.014049
OS field ref:
SP682021
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Buses go to: Thame
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest train station: Haddenham
  • Train station within 5 miles

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Nice Site Overall

I agree with most of the reviews in that this is a very well maintained CL. The owner obviously puts a lot of work in to keep it looking nice. Being a motorhome the hard standing pitch we were on was great and the ability to only buy electricity if needed was a bonus as we have a solar panel fitted. The antique centre in The village is worth a look, and there is a car boot next door on a Sunday morning. As can be expected, there is road noise from the motorway although it isn’t intrusive. Unfortunately, on my arrival I was wrongly chastised as the owner thought I was 3 hours late. A check on my email proved I was within the arrival time we had agreed. I can only assume the owner mixed me up with someone else. The owner was pleasant for the rest of the weekend, but it did put a dampener on our stay and an apology would have been nice.
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Superb site

Just returned from a 5 night stay at this gem of a site. Access from motorway and into site good. Welcome onto site good. The site is so well tended with flowering shrubs, grass kept short and clippings collected. No noise from motorway to speak of and local road which passes site only occasional noise mostly from tractors as this site is in the countryside. Lots of places within easy access. Will definitely visit again.
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Lovely site

This is a really lovely site. It’s very well maintained and has hard standing and grass pitches. We have a motorhome with a solar panel, so we were very pleased to have the opportunity to decline the electric hookup. This is definitely a plus for us, as being charged for electricity whether you need it or not, is annoying. We couldn’t hear either of the roads and I don’t know why anyone mentioned them.
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Lovely site

Stayed for three nights in August and liked it so much that we decided to book another night as a stopover for our journey home later on in the month. The owner is very welcoming and friendly, and the site is well laid out with plenty of shrubs and trees. It was fantastic to watch the red kite flying overhead - one flew right into the middle of the site one morning and grabbed something - I'm assuming a small rodent - then flew off again. The site is well situated for easy access to surrounding areas and is close to the Park and Ride for Oxford. The electricity meter didn't bother us - we just topped it up with a couple of pounds and that lasted us for the night we were there. We preferred the pitches nearer to the field as there was quite a lot of traffic noise from the road running past the site but it didn't disturb our sleep at all! If you are there over the weekend, don't miss the boot fair on Sunday - well worth a browse for bargains!
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A really attractive site

This is a very attractive site as a result of various small areas planted with specimen shrubs, bushes and trees. Away from the road it is perfectly quiet and peaceful with the beautiful site to see when you look out of the windows. There is also an impressive number of Red Kites frequently seen flying over and around the site. The owner is very pleasant and goes to a lot of trouble to keep the site in very good condition. It is well located to visit places like Oxford (Thornhill park-&-ride is not far away), Waddesdon Manor, Hughendon Manor etc etc. If you're into antiques the Swan Antique Centre in the local village is definitely the place to go to buy and bid for items (and see a couple of well known TV presenters)! If I have any reservation at all - and it's only a very small one - it is the £1 coin-in-the-slot electrickery meters. If it's cold and you need the heater, gas may be more economic, but in the Summer it is obviously not a problem.

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