Hampton House Farm

Kineton, Warwick, Warwickshire, CV35 0JH

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Ideal for ...

  • Dogs
  • Families
  • 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:
SP316517
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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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Perfect CL we loved it.

We have just arrived home from a two nights stay over the weekend. The site is just perfect so peaceful and the views are stunning. We only live 17 miles away but it felt like another world. The owners are great with booking and also changing our weekend when our teenager double booked herself ! The site has loads of places of interest around and we used our New National trust cards for the first time. There is loads of walking around here and my hubby found lots of trails to run on the Saturday morning. The only issue we had was over night it rained and rained and we got stuck trying to leave the field our Rav 4 just hadn't got enough poke to get us out. The owners quickly spotted we were needing some help and gave us a tow out. We are still fairly new to caravans so rookie error maybe not to have parked at the top of the field. All in all we loved this site and would return anytime.

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Tranquil CL with rural views.

Stayed here for 2 nights on a return trip from Cornwall. A very peaceful sight with fine views of the countryside. Plenty of room for pitching on a slightly sloping site with good access from the road. Lots of walks from the site with or without a dog in nice countryside with pretty villages. Good site to visit local attractions such as Stratford upon Avon, Warwick Castle and a host of National Trust properties in the area and not forgetting the motor museum Gaydon. Definitely visit this site again when seeing friends in the area.
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Lovely week here

Arrived here on the Saturday of bank holiday weekend and got last pitch but although full we had plenty of room between pitches. Great dog walks, beautiful views! Working agricultural farm so no livestock but tractors going past which didn’t bother us, it isn’t constant. Had a happy few hours watching them load bales. Went into Stratford a few times and walked all through the park and down by the canal. Most of the time we just chilled out at the caravan as after the wk end everyone went home so we had the whole site to ourselves for the next week. It is as the pictures, slight slope so you will need blocks. We made the mistake of following the SatNav on arrival which took us to Lodge Farm which is the opposite side of the road, so go down the lane opposite Lodge Farm and as you see a red brick house on your left there are two driveways straight ahead of you and take the tarmac one. Excellent access. Was quite wow-ed by the lovely view! Thank you Carolyn!

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