Burford Caravan Club Site (REF : BUR)

Bradwell Grove, Burford, Oxfordshire, OX18 4JJ

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Ideal for ...

  • Cycling
  • Dogs
  • Families

Why stay here ...

Burford Club Site is an attractive and spacious destination, with well landscaped pitching areas, children's play area suitable for all ages and pleasant dog walk. It is conveniently set opposite the beautiful Cotswold Wildlife Park, a popular family attraction in the area with rhinos, zebras and leopards - your children will be enchanted. The Brass Rubbing Centre, superb gardens and narrow gauge railway - all are must see attractions making for a fantastic day out. All the more tempting with the added bonus of discounted tickets being available at the caravan site reception.

Burford itself is a beautiful unspoilt Cotswold village, located conveniently near to the Burford Club Site. Populated with the warm, honey coloured stone buildings characteristic of the area, this small and sleepy town is a delight for families to discover. The caravan park is also close to the village of Bourton-on-the-Water with its Motor Museum, Model Railway and fine traditional pottery making.

Burford Golf Club is about a 5 minute drive from the site and offers a good challenge whatever your handicap. The Rose and Crown at Shilton just over the crossroads has excellent cask beer and serves top quality food. Bilbury and the wool town of Northleach, with its church and eccentric collection of mechanical music are also conveniently at hand during your stay on this wonderful site.

Things to do on site ...

  • 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 on site
  • Drive over waste disposal for motorhomes
  • Electric hook-up
  • Family washroom
  • Gas
  • Late arrivals area with electric hook-up
  • Laundry facilities
  • Toilet block
  • TV reception: poor
  • Wi-Fi
  • Wi-Fi charge
  • Wi-Fi rating: Gold

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Walking notes:

Three walks of various lengths between 2.5 - 6 miles start from Burford Club Site. Routes and maps are available from the site reception.

Supermarket notes:

The closest are Asda, Morrisons and Aldi in Carterton, about 2.5 miles from the site.

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Directions

Turn left off the A40 (Oxford - Burford) in 23 miles at the large roundabout at Burford onto the A361 following signs for Cotswold Wildlife Park and Lechlade. In 2 miles turn right at crossroads (signposted Cotswold Wildlife Park, Holwell). Do not turn right into Bradwell village. The site is on the right in 70 yards opposite the entrance to Wildlife Park. From south: exit the M4 at junction 15 and take the A419 towards Cirencester and then the A361 to Highworth and Burford. Follow signs for Cotswold Wildlife Park. Turn Left off A361; the site entrance is on right.

Sites key: Club Site

Postcode:
OX18 4JJ
GPS:
Lat 51.7769 / Lon -1.64866
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OS field ref:
SP244087
OS map ref:
163
Handbook map ref:
H5

Transport links

  • Car hire on site
  • Nearest park and ride: From Oxford

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Burford Pleasant site and wonderful location

We’ve stayed at this site a number of times, and again had a first rate visit. The site is well maintained, with pleasant and helpful wardens. Well situated for the Wildlife park, and discounted tickets are available from the site shop. We do have a car so getting about is no issue. Burford itself is a lovely place, and Witney which is only a 15 minute drive is a super place to shop and eat. Parking is free, which is always a bonus. We visited the Cotswolds woollen weavers, which is only five minutes away and is an interesting mix of museum and shop, selling some well made woollen clothing, and retro toys and goods. They have a small tearoom which sells a small variety of snack and cakes. Burford garden centre is near by, and sell a great range of goods. It’s is a little pricey if you fancy a meal of just coffee and cake. Our only niggle is the amount of space being taken up by some caravaners. We encountered a number of pitches where it was car , caravan, awning, large windbreak intruding well into the “firebreak areas”. One had even set up a badminton court making it difficult to get into the children’s play area. At busy times children can be noisy but didn’t really cause us any problems. We’ve all been children ourselves. I’ve only marked the location with 4 stars as you do need a car to get about. Burford is c10 miles away.
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Great Peaceful Site

Wonderful site with great hardworking, friendly, helpful wardens. The peace and tranquility of this site is fantastic. Birdsong, dominates the sound, very little road noise and wonderfully landscaped and maintained site. Showers and toilets very clean and well presented. There is a toilet block and an annexe. We originally thought there was only 3 toilets for the whole site lol, but we had found the annexe. Right next to The Cotswolds Wildlife Park and you get discounted tickets from reception. The area around is so picturesque and stunningly beautiful. We cycled into Burford, Kenton and Shipston to the Rose &Crown pub where we had a delightful lunch. Fabulous site give it a go.
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location disappointing

we stopped at Burford for the first time as a 1 nighter en route to East Anglia, it also served a purpose in checking out the suitability for a future long weekend. Easily located as in previous reviews, planes and animals didnt disturb our sleep. Shower block and facilites standard club amenities with blue shower curtains, compared to other facilites in the leisure industry they are all needing bringing into the 21st century. If you have a car at your disposal then this site is fine as a base for exploring the Cotswolds but if you wish to walk from the site, the town is just over 2 miles away on a busy road with no safe pavement or verge to walk on, especially when accompanied by dogs. We didnt check out the bus routes as we decided that if we were to stay near Burford again we would use Wysdom Touring Park which is easily accessed from the town on foot we have since learnt from personal recommendation. Finally the dog facilites, more dog welcoming than dog friendly, a small, short, narrow off lead area. There is a larger area for them but as its open plan they must be on lead. Shame they couldnt adapt this area for the kiddies play area and have the current kiddies area as a large off lead exercise area for the dogs. The way we holiday with our current situation/set up we wouldnt use this site again for anything more than a stopover. This site is fine for caravanners or motorhomers who are happy to take their vehicles out, but not great for walkers/cyclists
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Disappointing-

Used the site as a stop over for 2 nights. It's convenient for the adjoining Wildlife Park (which is excellent), and, nothing else. Very disappointed with the site as other users seemed to be using the whole site as a big dog walk. No idea why dog owners need extending leads on site as obviously if a dog is on the grass it thinks it's ok to foul. We spoke to one dog owner who was clearing up dog mess outside our caravan whilst his dog on an extending lead was behind him fouling again 8 foot from our caravan door, he didn't seem to think this was a problem, I really don't understand some people's mentality.

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Burford beauty!

Excellent site, well laid out with spotlessly clean toilet facilities and very welcoming, friendly staff. Some road noise as Wildlife Park is next door, but usually quiet during the evening and night. Also ideally situated for exploring Bibury, Blenheim Palace, and other attractions in Oxfordshire and the Cotswolds. We stay here when visiting family in Oxford. They come over with their caravan and we inevitably visit the Wildlife Park next door with the grandchildren. Great not having to take the car, and getting discounted tickets. Still a slightly surreal experience of hearing lions, monkeys and peacocks calling in the evening/night! We can highly recommend Cogges Farm at Witney for a great day out for adults and children. It's a charitable site so not expensive to get into. There is a café, but take a picnic if a nice day as there are plenty of tables and space (15 acres!). Children get to pet rabbits and guinea pigs, can buy a pot of veg to feed the goats and sheep, get dressed in period costume in the house and, if lucky, get to bake biscuits in the kitchen. There is an adventure playpark on site and a very large public site just across the road. Parking is free and there are walks along the river Windrush.
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