Moreton-in-Marsh Caravan Club Site (REF : MIM)

Bourton Road, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire, GL56 0BT

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Ideal for ...

  • Cycling
  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Motorhomes

Why stay here ...

Attractively located within woodland but with a pleasant open feel, Moreton-in-Marsh Club Site is also within easy walking distance of an interesting, lively little market town. Moreton-in-Marsh, whose main street is part of the Roman Fosse Way, nestles in the heart of beautiful Cotswold countryside. The caravan site is conveniently located for this beautiful area which is famous for its untouched charm.

The Moreton-In-Marsh Club Site itself has plenty to offer the family with fun family recreation facilities - try your hand at crazy golf, 5-a-side football, boules and for the extra fit an adventure climbing frame. The local area boasts a variety of cycle routes and tracks. If you fancy a bit of shopping, the caravan park is within walking distance of the famous Tuesday Street Market in town. For those who like a little nightlife, the site is conveniently located for a choice of over twenty pubs, restaurants and cafes. The site offers good transport links with trains to Oxford and London. With so much to do both on and off site, there is something to keep everyone in the family happy.

Things to do on site ...

  • Minigolf
  • Play area
  • Playground

Facilities on site ...

  • Baby changing facilities
  • BBQs allowed: charcoal, gas, electric
  • Disabled facilities: facilities for wheelchair disabled
  • Disabled shower room
  • Dishwashing area
  • Dog walk from site
  • Dog walk on site
  • Drive over waste disposal for motorhomes
  • Electric hook-up
  • Family washroom
  • Gas
  • Late arrivals area with electric hook-up
  • Laundry facilities
  • Motorhome service point
  • Toilet block
  • TV reception: poor
  • Wi-Fi
  • Wi-Fi charge
  • Wi-Fi rating: Silver

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Walking notes:

With miles of rural walks to enjoy in the Cotswolds, the Cotswolds Way National Trail is one of the most popular and runs from Chipping Norton and Bath. The Diamond route winds through some of the attractive Cotswolds villages. Leaflets are available from the Information Room and Reception, or you can visit Escape to the Cotswolds.

Supermarket notes:

The closest are Aldi, Budgens, Co-Op and Tesco Express in Moreton-in-Marsh, about 0.75 mile from the site. Both Budgens and Aldi are accessible to motorhomes.

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Directions

The site entrance is on the right of the A44 (Moreton-in-Marsh - Evesham) within 0.25 mile (250 yards past speed limit signs).

Sites key: Club Site

Postcode:
GL56 0BT
GPS:
Lat 51.98931 / Lon -1.71097
Plan a route to this site
OS field ref:
SP201323
OS map ref:
151
Handbook map ref:
H5

Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Buses go to: Chipping Camden, Broadway,Stratford-upon-Avon and from Moreton-in-Marsh village to Stow-on-the-Wold, Bourton-on-the-Water, Cheltenham and Cirencester
  • Car hire on site
  • Daily public Transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest park and ride: Stratford-upon-Avon
  • Nearest train station: Moreton in Marsh
  • Train station within 5 miles

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First week away

We have been caravanning for 5yrs but never been away for a full week. Whilst the location is great we were very disappointed to see how unkept this site was. The pitches are grassy and very wet, even whiteout rain, and the pitches are too small. Cars parked in front of caravans in the side of the road made it feel cramped and too close to your neighbour. Some pitches under trees were very overgrown and puddles everywhere. Toilets and showers could do with a deep clean. The site needs a good overhaul and some work to improve the pitches and the way it is set out. Nice touch with visiting caterers, but did not compensate for lack of upkeep. All in all there are far too many better sites which are much better set out and not so close to each other, so sadly we won’t be back. If you have kids then I think it would be better as good play area and play park.
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Enjoyed our stay

We recently stayed for 6 nights on pitch 17 near the exit it was shaded by the trees this would have been perfect for us had it been really hot which sadly it wasn’t. It’s near the road but we didn’t really notice the traffic after a while. Very close to the water, waste bins and toilets so perfect for us. The first couple of days was noisy with several children tearing around on their bikes otherwise it was nice and quiet. Large children’s play area at the back of the park near the dog walk. The more open sunnier areas of the park is a bit like a caravan parking area all on top of each other, this isn’t to our taste but each to their own. The pitches are small but if you look in the details it does show the car is to parked in front of the pitch nothing is hidden so shouldn’t come as a surprise. Toilet block is clean and warm, first shower as you walk in is amazing really powerful but you may need to adjust the head. Dog area is small but fine for a toilet stop and a short stroll. Glamping pods opposite it. Hundreds of rabbits lovely to watch them play and chase each other, there was even a hedgehog just outside our caravan one evening. TV reception really poor but there are TV Ariel points at the electric points. A lot of hedges, walkways pitches etc could have done with a little TLC, no flowers except at reception, I would say not the usual high standard for Caravan and Motorhome sites. Reception has a small selection of gifts, cakes sweets caravan bits no milk bacon etc I guess no need as so near to town. Wardens were all lovely really friendly. Easy walk to town along the busy road, grass verges both side so not unpleasant just a little noisy. Market on a Tuesday worth a visit. Budgens at the end of the town is great post office in there too, small Tesco and Co op in town and Aldi the other way. Had fish and chips from Mermaid Fish bar cash only was delicious. Didn’t try any on site food. A lot of places eg National Trust, Fosseway garden centre Cotswold Farm don’t allow dogs worth checking before you go anywhere so you won’t be disappointed. Dog friendly in lots of other places and cafes though. We visited just about all the villages in the area, very picturesque but busy, obviously lots of tourists, loved upper and lower Slaughter especially, if you like churches St John the Baptist in Burford (dog friendly) is worth a visit plus it has a lovely coffee shop and garden. Eating out is expensive in most places so worth being prepared if you don’t want to pay about £25/30 for a sandwich and 2 drinks. All in all we were glad we had visited and had a good time but won’t be back as too many other places to explore 😀
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Lovely club site

We are motorhomes and this was our first stay at MIM and we stayed for 10 nights up to 30th August so included the bank holiday weekend. We were warmly welcomed by the staff at reception and given plenty of info. We toured round the site and there were plenty of pitches available and we chose one in a small cul de sac, sheltered by mature trees and a hedge on one side and getting full sun on the other. Excellent choice as the bank holiday weekend was very hot and we were glad of the shady trees. Our pitch was clean and tidy and we noticed the staff regularly going around mowing the grass etc. The pitches were plenty big enough for an awning and yes, caravanners do have to park their cars across the front, but I can’t see this is a problem. Showers and toilets were clean and tidy. We did take advantage of the pizza night the day we arrived and they were excellent, although I always think they are expensive anyway, but we didn’t try the meals offered on other nights. There are also rules for keeping dogs on a short leash at all times and most owners did do so but we noticed some did not and you do need to be careful of children cycling around the site. Easy 5 minute walk into the town with shops and an Aldi and Budgen within easy walking distance. Plenty of places to eat and drink. Buses outside the site and in the town centre. Train station a short walk away. As with previous review (mickh1960) we also heard the noise during the evening over the bank holiday weekend although we were some distance from it and I would not have been happy if we had been closer. There were quite a number of visitors that weekend as the visitors car park was full and it sounded as though a birthday party was going on, so I guess they had a lot of visitors there. The wardens do need to ensure that people are respectful of others as the noise was loud and went on quite late in the evening and it was disturbing. Other than this one occasion we found this a quiet and lovely relaxing site to which we would be happy to return.
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Nice site needs TLC.

Ideally located within walking distance of Moreton. Pitches are small with no room for your car if you put an awning up and your car has to go in front of your caravan making it look like a car park. Hard standing pitches are tired with grass and weeds encroaching on to them. Toilet facilities are dated but were kept clean. This site has glamping pods and the noise coming from them quite late at night from a large party sitting out with music blasting out made it feel like a Haven site. Although several caravanners complained it appeared these were not taken seriously. Obviously the pods make the club more money!! Stay away from the pitches near the pods.
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Handy little site right outside the town

Great little site just minutes away from Moreton in marsh where you can easily walk to pubs restaurants and shops. Good facilities, even TV aerial connection. I enjoyed our stay here and will use again. Look out for the rabbits! Pitch site was ideal for our VW transporter.
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