Meon View

1 Meon View, Taylors Lane, Upper Quinton, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, CV37 8LG

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Ideal for ...

  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views

Why stay here ...

Located in Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, our site is close mown with lovely views towards Meon Hill.

Good location for touring/walking North Cotswolds, Stratford-upon-Avon and its famous theatre.

5 National Trust properties within easy reach (Hidcote, Snowshill, Charlecote, Packwood and Baddesley Clinton).

Access to Heart of England Way from site.

Good area for walking.

Facilities on site ...

  • Dog walk from site
  • TV reception: fair

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Latest arrival time: 12:00 AM

1 acres

Electric amperage: 16

Lawned site

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Postcode:
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Lat 52.115535 / Lon -1.754289
OS field ref:
SP169464
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Buses go to: Stratford Upon Avon and Chipping Camden, Broadway and Moreton-in-Marsh
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Train station within 5 miles

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Restful weekend

We arrived for the weekend to be greeted by Alan who was friendly and welcoming, he gave us lots of useful information about local walks, places to eat and visit. The site is peaceful and although there is a fairly busy road nearby it did not disturb us at all. It was very quiet at night. We took a circular walk along the Heart of England Way and the Monarch’s Way that can be accessed from the site it amounted to just under 8 miles. The walk took in beautiful scenery and passed by Hidcote Manor so we called in for a cup of coffee and a slice of delicious cake. It is possible to use the cafe in the small garden centre without having to pay the entrance fee to visit the Manor House. The facilities on site are good with easy access to drinking water. There is plenty of room to exercise a dog should you have one and the chickens are amusing to watch. There is a safe and easy walk into Lower Quinton where you will find a shop and a fish and chip shop/Chinese take away. We would definitely make a return visit. Thank you Alan and Angela.
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Hidcote 100!

Great CL. Good welcome and info, loads of space, nice views, great for bikes (try the offroad ride into Stratford). National Trust sites abound (dont miss Hidcot). Great farm shop/deli is a short walk across a field from the back of the site.
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VERY WELCOMING and GREAT CENTRAL LOCATION out in the countryside!!

Visited this site for 6 nights at Easter 2018. It was a VERY wet Easter and much of the surrounding area as we approached the site was waterlogged. The site has a very limited amount of hard standing and some of that has ups and downs which create pools / lakes! We went on Pitch 4 which was grass but seemed to have a solid base. The pitch coped very well under the challenge of the deluge although there was always plenty of mud around! The site itself is very quiet, Plenty of space between the pitches and good views of the surrounding fields and hills.Site is very well kept, quite level but has several bumps. Facilities are excellent.Access is very easy. There is a new Londis shop and a sport centre about half a mile away. Site owner is very happy to advise re the many excellent walking routes from the site. Linear walks can be done with outward or return travel by local bus. There is an old tramway line which now provides a 7.5 miles traffic free cycle / walk track into Stratford upon Avon. There is a cafe approx half way too! Good car park on outskirts of Stratford (near Waitrose) was £2 for the day. You can walk into the town on a very good tarmac path or be more adventurous and take the riverside walk. The owner is very welcoming and offers support and advice. A great location for visiting this area of the Cotswolds. Charlecote Park (NT) well worth a visit. We enjoyed our stay and hope to return.

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Great site

It's a really good site, flat and with a couple of hard standings if you have a motorhome and it's very wet. TV/radio reception good as was 3G on Three network. Excellent recycling facilities and the owner is very helpful with lots of local information. We have given it full marks but we may not have done if the rally field at the top of the site was full. As it was, there were 3/4 vans remaining from the BH Weekend Rally and they didn't disturb us at all. It's worth noting that if you really want to get away from it all the rally field does have EHU's and CDP which is the area shown at the very top of the photo....way past the polytunnel. Not sure if the owner allows this.

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Great site for North Cotswolds

Very well kept grass, very pleasant owner and ideally placed for Stratford upon Avon and North Cotswolds. There was a rally further up the field but was of no consequence. A little road noise but, again, of no consequence. All in all a great get away.
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