Harbury Fields Farm Touring Caravan Park
England, Heart of England, Warwickshire, Harbury
- 01926 612457
- Open (touring pitches):
- 12 February - 30 November.
Alan Rogers Review
This is a delightful, family run caravan park surrounded by a 222-acre arable and sheep farm. Peaceful and quiet, it is set in the unspoilt ‘Shakespeare countryside’ and is a Caravan Club Affiliated Site. Located well away from main roads, it is just a mile from the lively village of Harbury, an ancient, prehistoric settlement on a hill near the Fosse Way Roman Road in Warwickshire. There are 58 fully serviced pitches, all with 16A electricity. Tents are not accepted. The surrounding area has a large number of old quarries that were historically used to extract lyas, a form of limestone used in the manufacture of cement. These quarries now make for unique family excursions.
Some of the material produced by this work now forms a Site of Special Scientific Interest and home to one of the top butterfly habitats in the UK. Also within easy reach, the Chiltern Railway runs through Harbury and has the deepest railway cutting in Europe. The site has a newly built, cabin-style pinewood reception with WiFi and additional sanitary facilities.
All the heated sanitary facilities have shower cubicles with washbasins. Separate cubicles with WCs for men and similar for women. Toilet facilities for families and disabled visitors. Washing machine and dryer. Motorcaravan services. No shop. Dog walk around the farm.
- Bar Nearby
- Boat Launch Nearby
- Fishing Nearby
- Golf Nearby
- Facilities for disabled visitors
- Sailing Nearby
- Shop Nearby
- Takeaway Food
- Pets allowed
- Small Site
From south on M40, take exit 12 and turn left. After 0.5 miles turn right, then in 3 miles at second roundabout take fourth exit onto B4455 Fosse Way (Harbury). After 2 miles turn right (Harbury) and site is 420 yds. From north on M40, take exit 14 and go straight on. After 0.5 miles at next roundabout take B4100 (Banbury) for 3 miles to roundabout. Turn left onto B4455 Fosse Way (Harbury), then as above.