Hampton House Farm

Kineton, Warwick, Warwickshire, CV35 0JH

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Ideal for ...

  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

Quiet, rural site on a working farm. Well kept and mown with stunning views. Direct access to a large network of footpaths and bridleways and an abundance of wildlife so perfect for walkers and nature lovers.

Only 20 minutes from Stratford upon Avon, Leamington Spa, Warwick, Banbury & The Cotswolds. 5 minutes to Gaydon Heritage Museum, and Compton Verney Gallery. We can offer something for everyone.

Carolyn looks forward to seeing you.

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • Dog walk from site
  • Recycling facilities
  • TV reception: good
  • Working farm

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0.5 acres

Some sloping pitches

Electric amperage: 16

Recycling Facilities

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Lat 52.16424 / Lon -1.538733
OS field ref:
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Extended Bank Holiday stay

We've recently returned from an 11 night stay here culminating over August Bank Holiday and what a lovely place to stay! We were slightly confused by the directions but a google earth/maps view can easily spot the location and access is very straight forward. But do try and avoid accessing through the village of Kineton with its very narrow and twisting roads with loads of parked cars. Arriving and departing from the south, we found J13 of the M40 the best option The field is lawned and neatly finished off with a few fruit trees and geraniums in pots offering a wonderful view over fields in the foreground and hills beyond (pitches spaces marked out during semi-lockdown). The field is on a gentle slope and levelling blocks would be useful. We didn't need them but others on site did. The water point and CDP are easily accessible towards the farmhouse side of the field whilst the bins (including recycling) at the top by the entrance. It is on a working farm and there are also some holiday lets on-site, as well as a large rally field which was being used whilst we were there so it isn't the quietest site. However, none of that stopped us from having an incredibly relaxing stay with the kids which is quite something given the fact we like quiet sites, and actually a little activity adds some interest. There are so many walks directly from the site through fields offering wonderful views meaning you don't have to travel off-site to get out and about even though there are several National Trust properties and Burton Dassett Country Park all within a few minutes drive. There was some very heavy rain during our stay but the site drains well. However, we had to be towed off the field by a kind and friendly neighbour in the adjacent pitch as the grass was very greasy and I couldn't grip it as we don't have a 4x4. Re-reading that, the review sounds a bit negative but our stay was really was great. I suppose I've just highlighted a few small glitches - in fact, we were surprised that there were plenty of nights when the site was far from full with us being the only ones on site some nights! We are definitely looking forward to returning and is on our shortlist of top sites!
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Its been some time since we used this CL 2017 actually, we are not sure why because the site is immaculate and very well kept with a fab outlook. Carolyn as put provisions in to sanitise the service area and allows you to pay via BACS.. Perfect in these times. The Grass is cut and kept nice and the Space in between the pitches is marked clearly.. Water Quality Good TV Signal Good a great stay at this little Gem. We will return soon.
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1st Visit but not the last

We have just spent 4 nights at this great CL. Must be 1 of the best for access, straight down the drive and into the field. We were the only unit there apart for 1 night, which is amazing really when you consider that the site has Leamington Spa, Warwick, Stratford On Avon, and the motor Museum at Gaydon all within a 15 - 20 min drive. The site is really good plenty of space, it has a slight slope but levelling is easy. It is a site we will be back to soon.

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A welcome return

Last year we visited twice on route and returning. So this time we went for 4 nights. I can’t understand why this site is not full. Access is very easy even for the biggest units and the field so large that you can spread out. My wife commented that she could not recall so much bird song and beyond that the place is very quiet. The field slopes but levelling is easy and the view is to die for. Easy drive to Leamington with its lovely architecture and independent shops as well as Jephson gardens. Also Stratford. About 15 miles away is the north Cotswolds centred on Chipping Campden. 3 national trust properties nearby. We shall return.
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Great Value For Money

We revisited this CL after a five year gap and it did not disappoint. Easy access from the main road, close mown slightly sloping field (but easy to get level). Fab views and great walking in every direction from the CL - excellent if you have a dog or just love the great outdoors. Ideal for visiting the north Cotswolds, Warwick, Stratford and Leamington. Close to several NT properties. If you're happy to use your own facilities, then at £13 a night this CL offers great value for money - we recently stopped at the club site at Moreton in Marsh and it was coming in at a whopping £34.50 per night. Quite a difference. Hope to see you again in the not too distant future.
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