The charming and popular Winchcombe Camping & Caravanning Club site is situated in a quiet and rural location with beautiful views, close to the Cotswold attractions. The attractive town of Winchcombe is a short drive from the site which has 'Walkers are Welcome' status and a tempting variety of top restaurants, pubs and tea shops. Further afield, Cheltenham with its elegant Regency houses, award-winning gardens and stylish shops is worth visiting. Some pitches surround a small coarse fishing lake, with others in a recently developed area of maturing bushes and shrubs with open views over the surrounding countryside. There are 90 touring pitches (plus some seasonal), 80 with 16 amp electricity hook ups and 54 with gravel hardstanding. Two camping areas have also been provided and there are 4 Lodges and 4 Safari tents for hire.
Non-members are welcome and may join on site. Please speak to site staff for details and to check pitch availability before arrival.
Places to visit include Gloucester Docks and the National Waterways Museum, whilst south of Gloucester are Owlpen Manor near Uley, and the Painswick Rococo Garden. The Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust at Slimbridge, first opened in 1946 by Sir Peter Scott, is also well worth a visit. Much closer to the site is the GWR (Gloucester Warwickshire Railway) at Toddington or Winchcombe, or Broadway (newly opened end of line station).