Bisbrooke Hall

Uppingham, Oakham, Rutland, LE15 9BS

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A quiet, flat attractive Site, surrounded by mature trees within Parkland. It is maintained to a high standard, this is regularly mown. There are beautiful walks from the site which lead to open countryside to the North of the site. 

The attractive historical towns of Uppingham and Oakham are a short distance away.

The Welland Valley is 2 miles away with great walks and spectacular views.

The Old Pheasant Pub is located in Glaston a quarter of a mile away with excellent food and service.

 

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Lat 52.594381 / Lon -0.683484
OS field ref:
SK892006
OS map ref:
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  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Buses go to: Uppingham, Leicester, Peterborough, Stamford
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile

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Bisbrooke Hall
We stayed here in July for a 4 night stay. Lovely back to basics site, very well kept, very spacious. Very nice location to explore the beautiful countryside of Rutland. Great for walking and cycling direct from site, some care needed as the busy A47, is just outside the site, but once away from this, beautiful countryside. Welland viaduct about 10 minutes away, well worth a look, a truly amazing structure. Rutland Water about 20 minutes drive away. If you are looking for a site that offers true old fashioned caravaning this would be hard to be beaten.

sidsid50

Reviewed on 23/08/2020 18:32

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Nice site but not for dog owners, dog lovers

Bisbrooke Hall
Apart from the fact that the GPS location for the site is woefully wrong, this is an easy site to find as it is right alongside the A47 and yet, when on site there is next to no traffic noise. The site itself is large for just 5 vans and the grass is kept short and it would appear the cuttings are collected which is a real bonus. The surrounding countryside is beautiful with some stunning villages to be seen and as for the truly amazing Harringworth railway viaduct, well what a feat of engineering that is still in use to this present day. My major concern with this site is the dog walking or rather danger and or lack of it! There is a small field which no doubt sheep graze in at certain periods of the year that we were directed to, to exercise our dogs. However, at the time of our visit in early August, there were so many fully ripe wild oats growing there and as any dog owner will/should know, the husks of wild oats are exceptionally dangerous for dogs either between their toes or in their ears, so for us, that field was a serious no, no. So we thought we would walk down the road in search of some narrow country lanes, but the entrance to Bisbrooke Hall has a cattle grid which has no pedestrian gate access, as such getting our 3 spaniels past this obstacle was a major and seriously dangerous problem and then, when past this, I am sorry to say the verges next to the pathways alongside the main A47 were in such deplorable condition, they were almost totally overgrown with stinging nettles and brambles. And finally, the A47 at this point is so exceptionally busy, I for one as a keen cyclist, wouldn't ever ride along it. But despite this, we loved the site, but it could be a great site if for only a small amount of effort. OH by the way the GPS location of the main entrance is N52.59454 W0.68343 and not as given in the 2019/20 Sites Directory Handbook.

MillieMaster

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Reviewed on 12/08/2020 20:01

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Bisbrooke Hall
We spent a week here in July 2020. We were delighted with it, Easy access to Rutland water, good cycling, good walking, lots of wild flowers and a lovely large site surrounded by trees and farm fields. Excellent value for money

Vince Haynes

Reviewed on 20/07/2020 15:08

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Bisbrooke Hall
Spent a week on this amazingly tranquil site for August bank holiday. The grass is a credit to the owner and not expected for such a value for money site. Traffic noise can be heard depending on the wind direction but is in no way intrusive. The size of the CL ensures plenty of space & variety of pitches.

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Reviewed on 11/09/2018 18:20

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Bisbrooke Hall
Spent 4 nights here during the 2nd week in July 2015 and recently before that in 2013. Perfect peaceful setting if you are self sufficient and like the basics. There was only 2 units on site when we were there. Missed the sheep on site this year as the trees and grassland were overgrown which has good and bad points - it shields your presence from the road but blocks the spectacular parkland views afforded we gained last time. Don't spoil it by installing electric!! Thanks for a great retreat.

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Reviewed on 27/07/2015 19:24

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