Burford Caravan Club Site

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. Discounted tickets can be purchased on the Park's Webpage the day before you wish to visit.

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: good
  • 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.

Check out our ViewRanger walk.

Supermarket notes:

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

Great savings on days out

Offers available to Club members

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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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Great site

Although we stayed here in October the weather was kind to us. The only downside is the passing traffic on the road which passes the site. What a great location with many good places to visit. We visited the Cotswold Wildlife Park and were very surprised at how good it was, we'd strongly recommend it. There's lots to see there and I particularly liked the large maps at various intervals so you don't get lost (although I did try to lose the wife but was unsuccessful 😂). Like others we did visit Burford, Lechlade and Bourton-On-The-Water. The garden centre is worth a visit if the weather is wet. You can spend hours looking round. Lots of nice (and expensive) things. We nicknamed it the Harrods of garden centres. It'll definitely go on our list of sites we'd go back to.
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Friendly Welcoming Site

This was our first ever stay at a caravan and motorhome site. We are complete rookies and had only collected our new motorhome earlier in the day. We are so pleased and grateful that we chose this site as our first destination. After a long and tiring day, we arrived slightly later than planned after the reception had closed. The lady that greeted us couldn't have been kinder or more helpful. It was a flying visit so I can't comment in detail about the site, but from the facilities building and the dog walking area I can say that this is a very well run and maintained site that I can highly recommend. The COVID restrictions look like they have been well thought out and appear to be working well with little inconvenience to the campers. There are two designated dog walking areas with dog bins provided around the site. It was very wet on the night we stayed but the site was quiet, well laid out and we had a very pleasant stay. We left early before the reception area opened but the gate fob system and the exit from the site was simple and worked well. We will definitely be back at some point hopefully when we are more competent and less troublesome guests.
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Peaceful stay in the Cortswolds

Our first visit to Burford and we intend to be back. The friendliness of the wardens, from check in to exchanges around the site was exceptional with the extra work and restrictions place upon everybody by the pandemic. We were pleased to find a choice of several hard standing pitches (grass pitches now closed for winter) and even at the weekend the site was not completely full. Felt very health-secure as even the outside water taps were disinfectant wiped several times daily., and 50% of the facilities currently in use within the blocks - still did not have to queue. We walked across into Cotswolds Wildlife Park (booked the day before on line with discount) and also visited Witney, Lechlade and Burford itself. Wow! Up to 3 hours free parking. Would recommend the rather eccentric Wool Museum in Witney (with good restaurant) and the Cotswolds Weavers Barn in nearby Filkins for far more interest than the many blankets! Access to the site is easy with touch-card barriers and the overall impression is space and greenery. Nice to nod off at twilight to the sound of owls hooting!
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A wave is worth everything.

Our third visit and the welcome was still as warm as the first. The site is a great place to relax and is beautifully maintained. What made the visit special this time was a wonderful gesture from staff as we set off for a trip out. A simple wave and a genuine smile.
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We liked it so much...we went back 7 days later on the way home for more!

Easy to find and access site which is DIRECTLY opposite Cotswolds Wildlife Park (A great day out). The site is laid out like many others. It is mainly open with a clear one way system in place. The pitches were reasonably flat and service points are spread out very well. The playground was great and relatively large. The service block was clean and well maintained. The usual wrist band system in place for C19 and it seemed to work well. There is so much to do in the area that we easily filled 4 days and we have it on our list to return to do more. Very pleased we chose this site. The staff were helpful and friendly and always stopped to chat if we stumbled across them on the site. Thank you for a pleasant couple of stays!

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Telephone:
01993 823080

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Site information

This campsite is currently closed until 4 March 2021.

Remember, you only pay 5% VAT until March 2021. A 12.5% reduction on all published prices will be applied to your booking when you arrive and pay for your stay on site.

Please Note: We are unable to sell discounted tickets to our members from site for Cotswold Wildlife Park. Discounted tickets can be purchased on the Park's Webpage the day before you wish to visit.