Gubbins Hole Farm

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Great for 1 night stopover

We stayed here on our way down south and back again in Aug . 1 toilet in a small cabin in the field, very clean. Lovely views, quiet and peaceful Would go again . Thanks

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A great little site for quiet, great stopover

We stayed here a couple of single nights on our way down south, and back up north. It was easy to find off the M40, and the access is convenient and simple. The site has a lovely slightly slopped grass field, with lovely views, and privacy, there is also a small gravel/grass area accessed straight off the drive, which is super convenient for quick stopovers. Both have EHU, and there is a simple toilet on the edge of the field. We received a friendly welcome on both occasions, and will certainly be adding this site to our 'one to use again' list, especially when travelling on long journeys south.

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Basic but ok for overnight

We booked this site as an overnight stop over and it was quite satisfactory. The site is quite basic with EHU, water and a small toilet shed. The grass area is fairly uneven however the hard standing is much better. The owner was very friendly and greeted us upon arrival. I would recommend the site for anyone wanting easy access into Bicester. The site directions are a little difficult to follow from the M40 as there are more roundabouts than stated.

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A lovely site for a one night stay over or longer, great scenery and peaceful

A wonderful find, great for a stop over as we used it for but would definitely consider staying longer next time, thank you for your hospitality

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Nothing was too much trouble.

Having read earlier reviews regarding noise from Church Groups we were almost prompted not to try this site and what a shame that would have been. Joe and his wife were kindness itself, nothing was too much trouble for them including pulling our motorhome to a drier part of the site when needed. Joe's wife also was kind enough to lend us maps and local walks guides/ For the price paid this was excellent value. There were no conflicting activities during our stay in April, the grass was cut, the toilet was spotless and the views were great. A very peaceful and enjoyable stay. The nearest pub in Marsh Gibbon was a 10 minute cycle ride.

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Quiet and tranquil

Very helpful owners who let me store my van there for a few weeks after our stay rather than dragging it home and back to the area later.

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July 2017 stay

We stayed at the site in July 2017 for 6 nights. The site was quiet, easy to access, had electric hook up and a modest and clean toilet facility. It was quiet: like one reviewer there was some activity on the adjacent church related field but not intrusive and for an afternoon only. We enjoyed our stay very much.

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Rural delight

Just returned from 10 nights at this delightful CL. Having never stayed on a CL before, we (wife, twin boys and I) are now hooked! Yes, there is a religious group running Sunday morning services from a barn behind the site but it didn't bother us as we were up anyway. On weekday evenings we also heard some rehearsing from the barn which was very loud but was turned down as soon as I complained. The local playing fields also seem to hold some parties on Saturday nights, which can be heard from the sight. This aside, this CL is a real delight. There are beautiful views, a toilet on site, and it's pitch black at night. There are also footpaths nearby for walking the dog.  Watch out for the farm dog, Kit - he's really friendly but is partial to running off with shoes and anything else you may have in your awning (including our dog bowl). Thanks for a great stay. We will definitely be back in the future. 

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Perfect peace - not!

Just returned from a 2 night weekend at Gubbins Hole Farm. We booked this CL as many of the reviews made reference to 'peace & quiet'. We were woken this morning (Sunday) by a religious gathering belting out music on a tannoy across the farm at 0815! This was followed by up to 50 cars speeding-up the farm drive, right behind our caravan, only to deposit screaming children on a large trampoline. There is a portacabin on the farm, right by the CL which appears to be home to the religious group, so I don't think this is a one-off event. We spoke to another caravanning couple and they felt exactly the same. Such a shame - great views, WC was clean and £10 is good value. It is a farm and summer, but the flies were plentiful, so much so, you couldn't really sit out in the sunshine.

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perfect peace

Just spent a few days here, the farm is in the middle of the countryside and enjoys fantastic views across fields. easy to reach from main roads, in the next village is a well stocked village shop. The farmer is friendly and access to the actual pitching area very easy - all pitches overlook fields (4 in one area and the 5th is on its own and on hard standing).....go for the grass ones if you can, the pitching area is a bit bumpy but it is very easy to find some level ground. At night it is pitch black with no noise all at a bargain price...........what's not to like!

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