Kirby Farm Caravan Site
Whatcote, Shipston-on-Stour, Warwickshire, CV36 5EQView on map
Why stay here ...
Welcome to Kirby Farm Touring Caravan Site. We are a family run site with all the pleasures of being nestled on a traditional working arable farm. You will be warmly welcomed upon arrival and during your stay. Nothing will be too big an ask, so please do!
The sites rural location and centenary way footpath make it an ideal location for those who enjoy the outdoors. We are situated in the middle of two towns, Stratford-Upon-Avon, Warwickshire and Banbury, Oxfordshire. We are also close to Warwick and Leamington Spa which are steeped in culture and is well worth a visit. What are you waiting for? Come and see us soon, we are looking forward to meeting you!
We like to think that we live in a pretty nice area with lots of interesting things to do, but please feel free to check out the list below and see if anything takes your fancy!
- National Trust Properties such as Upton House, Charlecote Park, Packwood House, Coughton Court and Croome.
- Stratford-Upon-Avon, Shakespeare’s Birthplace, Anne Hathaway’s Cottage, Mary Arden’s Farm and a mass of other attractions such as the RSC theatre, boating on the river Avon or just a stroll around our lovely culture steeped town.
- Royal Leamington Spa, Banbury, Warwick (Castle) & Kenilworth (another castle) are also just a short drive away.
- Heritage Motor Museum, National Herb Centre, a plethora of garden centres and lovely walks.
- The Peacock Inn in Oxhill serves amazing food as does The Castle at Edgehill (there was a famous battle there once).
There’s more but we have to let you do your own exploring and discovering!
Latest arrival time: 7:00 PM
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5 pitches that are massive, separated by hedging (still growing at present). Each has access to an electric point, which can be used by more than one pitch, so you can choose the one your electric cable will reach. There are water taps on each pitch, with some having two. This means you can position yourself on a pitch and to allow you to have water 'on tap'. The siting of the taps/electric could mean you are off to one side of the pitch and closer to your neighbours, but the pitches are so large you are still not on top of each other. The pitches furthest from the drive are raised slightly higher, giving more views, though all the pitches have a pleasant outlook. Nearly all the pitches are flat, or require very little chocking. The field gets the sun all day. Bin and recycling available, plus the waste disposal was easy to use, with a hose for washing off/out your cassette. Access to the site is wide and easy to swing into or out of. Site is so quiet you could hear the bees buzzing in the flowers! Nice welcome to the site, and an information leaflet is given with details on local places to visit/eat at. The Wi-Fi struggles to reach the end pitches from inside your caravan. We could only pick it up on one device. O2 had H+ but EE 4g. Lots of National Trust properties within an hour, plus many other attractions. Recommend coming in from the A422 and following the instructions on the site website. Overall a really nice site, that we will visit again.