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Stayed for 2 nights in a camper van - This site was great , very quite 12 + only , we was a bit lost on arrival but soon found out what to do just follow the signs to the hut and everything is there for you to get sorted - there are lot signs to follow so no getting lost, Owner did say hello but only saw once didn't need anything so not a problem . you sign a book when you arrive with your info so they know you are on site Its natural beautiful area , there is the sound of water and church bells which we found pleasant , lovely hot shower and its very clean and tidy you can use the ordinary loo or the compost loo , everything is recycled bags provided , They have small kitchen with some supplies in kettle toaster microwave fridge all free to use even phone charging point , TV signal was great , pub with amazing food close by , also small cafe round the corner You can rent a camper, tent or gypsy hut unsure how much they are but looked very cute ,The gardens to wander in was lovely grounds are well kept with little walk ways , will be back

I would agree with all the other positive reviews of this campsite. It’s pretty and (mostly) peaceful. Loved the facilities and spent three lovely days here. The campsite deservedly gets a ‘very good’ rating. However, we won’t be returning as the church bells drove us crazy. Even with earplugs firmly embedded I heard every bell on the hour through the second night. My two daughters were also kept awake. Sheer exhaustion got us to sleep on our final night. A real shame.

First time at this site but will definitely return. A lovely site for just spending time in the outdoors. Toilet and washing facilities are fine, two showers but never had to wait. There were fire pits available and logs to purchase at a reasonable price. Friday arrival and weather awful, windy and wet so we walked to the local pub Norman Knight took five minutes only and had a lovely meal. Then back to a warm tent fall asleep listening to rain and windy. Rest of the weekend weather glorious and enjoyed our next evening sitting outside the tent. Very peaceful and although other campers were sat outside no noise could be heard. Would definitely return.

We stayed here for one night, at first we wasn’t too sure where we were staying as it doesn’t say the persons name who is in the tent/caravan but a very friendly cleaning lady helped us out quickly. I love the history of this place and how quiet it is as it’s not packed full of holidaymakers. The only thing is the church bell’s which ring through all through the night, but I suppose that’s the countryside! Would come back here again ⛺️👍

A small campsite without marked pitches in beautiful surroundings. Owners are very careful about noise and disturbing the neighbours because it currently only has outline planning permission. For us it was perfect because we come camping to enjoy the countryside and not to listen to other people’s music and drunken conversation. Other campers largely respected this. Home made feel to the facilities which were perfectly adequate and an honesty box for paying for logs for your own fire in the evening (fire pits provided). A very welcome change to bigger, impersonal sites and one where you wouldn’t be surprised if a fairy appeared from a glade😀 Would happily come back.

If you want to rest in a peaceful outstanding beautiful place. You will find it here. The sound of the church bell is the only sound along with the birds. The eco friendly site is excellent and very clean. The gyspy caravan is great fun. It was really warm. Go and enjoy the peace away from your everyday life in the beautiful Cotswolds.

This is a wonderful site for those, like us, who want to spend some time living under canvas in the wonderful English countryside but do NOT want to live cheek-by-jowl with other campers, endure other campers' choices of music or have other campers' kids kicking balls around, and so on. It's in a beautiful place - green and gently rolling - and is reasonably convenient for day trips here and there. The village of Whichford is pretty without being spectacular. The toilet and washing facilities are absolutely fine; they are clean and warm and, while there is only one flushing loo, two showers and two wash basins, we never once had to wait in a 'queue' as the site was never busy. There are two additional toilets which are 'composting toilets' - perfectly usable and clean but with their own distinctive 'atmosphere'! There is also a washing up sink. Throughout our stay, there was no shortage of hot water. A great bonus is the camp kitchen, with a full cooker (including oven), fridge and freezer, another sink and a place to sit and eat. There is a good supply of fire-pits to take and use freely. The site supplies bags of wood at £4. All-in-all, unless you want a 'commercial camp site' experience, this is a wonderful, quiet and peaceful camp site; it's a bit like going back in time. Talking about time, we loved the church bells, which sound every quarter of an hour, and really enjoyed the bell-ringers' rehearsal on Tuesday evening.

If you want to make noise please don’t come here! No dogs yapping, no music blaring, no kids screaming - just a peaceful campsite, could hear the stream in the background. Church bell every 15 mins a bit annoying but if you want peace and quiet, in a tranquil setting, this is your place. A well thought out campsite with an environmentally friendly outlook - compost loos/ recycling/ thoughtful eco-friendly products in the cleaning areas. This site deserves an award 👍🏻

Owner came round at 8:30pm and told us there was no loud music allowed on site. We were playing Neil young on our phone which couldn’t be heard by anybody else! Ironically lying in our tent all tucked up at 9:30pm and we are camping amidst some rave taking place in the distance! And I mean real deep house heavy stuff with booming baselines. I can only imagine how long it’ll go on for (all night I expect). Whilst the facilities are very well considered and the views are beautiful, this trip has been a very different experience to my original trip last summer when I fell in love with the site. Maybe avoid busy bank holidays if you want to enjoy the true beauty of this site.

This campsite is brilliant for someone wanting a peaceful camp - the area is away from main roads and the walks around the area are great. The shower blocks are also very clean and easy to get to from the campsite pitches. Overall I would definitely recommend it for anyone wanting a trip away from the normal!

Cotswolds Camping at Holycombe Shipston on Stour England

Hotel highlights

  • Free WiFi in public areas
  • Free parking

Cotswolds Camping at Holycombe places you within a 15-minute drive of popular attractions such as Hook Norton Brewery and Fairytale Farm. The 3 rooms at this cabin property include fireplaces and electric kettles.


Cotswolds Camping at Holycombe's 3 individually decorated cabins provide fireplaces and electric kettles. Guests can stay connected with WiFi.

Property features

Guests of Cotswolds Camping at Holycombe enjoy free WiFi in public areas, refrigerator in a common area, and a picnic area. A stay here includes free parking. Additional amenities include a garden, a water dispenser, and barbecue grills.

Room options

Gypsy Caravan

Full 1 | Sleeps 2

Yurt Yami

Full 2 | Sleeps 4

Airstream Anna

Full 1 | Sleeps 2

Romantic Tent, 1 Double Bed, Fireplace, Garden View

Full 1 | Sleeps 2

Reviews from Trip Advisor

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