Burton Hill Farm

Burton Dassett, Southam, Warwickshire, CV47 2BA

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  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

Sheltered

Facilities on site ...

  • TV reception: fair
  • WC (exclusive use)
  • Working farm

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7 acres

Electric amperage: 16

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Lat 52.145861 / Lon -1.43357
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Really nice

We really enjoyed our stay here, in fact we extended it by a few days as on our first day it rained so hard we didn’t get out of the van! Fortunately for us the weather improved and we were able to visit Stratford-upon-Avon, Upton House and Charlecote as well as Anne Hathaway’s house and Leamington Spa. All easy distances from the site. We did have one small problem, we were at the bottom of the site and our fridge kept bleeping every time we switched another appliance on or off. The couple who arrived on the next pitch just as we left told us they had the same problem, so I wonder if there may be an issue with the electrics on the bottom pitches. Moving on to another site our problem disappeared. Apart from that the site was perfect and very well kept. The welcome was great too.
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Have just spent four nights at this lovely cl and completely agree with the other reviews as to how good it is. One particularly good point is that the grass is closely mown and all cuttings are collected so no fear of any being trod into your awning or caravan. If you have a four legged friend there are numerous walks from the site and if you do not want to venture to far to exercise them it is a nice stroll round the perimeter of the field in front of the site. We were very lucky with the weather and it was great to be able to sit outside our van looking at the views and listening to the bird song. We will definitely be returning to this site as it is great value for the £12 per night we paid.

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Beautful site

We stayed here for 4 nights at the end of October. It's a lovely CL with masses of space. The hardstandings are level and very well spaced apart, and in the summer I guess there would be the option of pitching on grass. It's easy to find, and the CL is straight past the farmyard with no turns required except an easy one off the road. Mrs Bere was helpful, particularly when we had a question about local footpaths. The WC is in the farmyard past the house, and worth finding as there is also a map and local info about pubs etc. There were great countryside views from the site and we saw a hare and deer in the farm fields. We chose the CL because we wanted to visit a daughter at university in Coventry, and few in the area were open beyond the end of October. Coventry is well worth a visit - don't miss the cathedral! Warwick and Stratford are also within easy reach. The only downside was the traffic noise - it's less than a mile from the motorway, and for most of our stay there was a northerly wind so we heard the traffic quite clearly. By the end the wind had shifted to the south and the nose all but disappeared. Otherwise perfect!

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So peaceful

The site was easy to find and the pitch had been marked with a reserved sign for us by the owner. Whilst we did not meet the owner, the water and waste were easy to find as were the instructions for payment. Our pitch looked over the fields which were full of birds. A young woodpecker especially kept us entertained. Dog walking a delight in such nice surroundings. The site was so quiet and peaceful, we will definitely return. It has become our favourite so far.
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great cl.

wow only a one night stop, but we will be back. in my top picks . lots of room away from all roads etc. if you want quite lovely views this is for you. great access and hard standing for camper. we don't have a dog but if you do great walk round the field, its so well spaced out we didn't even know we were the only no dog owners on site till chatting in the morning.. a lot of cls can learn from this well run site,
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