Cotswold View, Charlbury, Oxfordshire

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    We stayed here for 3 nights over August bank holiday with our friends and their 4 kids. It was busy (obviously) with lots of big groups camped together, with lots of awnings, event shelters and gazebos, but it wasn't too noisy, despite all the large groups. It's fairly 'organised' (ie with pitch numbers and camping in rows) but didn't feel too formal and there are several sections to the site with lots of trees and shrubs dividing them up, so it didn't feel too huge. Unfortunately we left it late to book so had a bit of a trek to get to our friend's pitch.

    Definitely a good site if you've got kids - lots for them to do - great playground, huge field with a football pitch, basketball hoop and zip wire; indoor stuff like air hockey, table tennis, bowling alley; woodland walks; farm animals. A small shop with the usual food essentials and camping bits & bobs. We enjoyed our time here, but probably wouldn't go ourselves because of the 'family friendliness' of it unless camping with our friends again.

    £25 per night inc. hookup. Plenty of decent facilities.

    Edit: we were charged a deposit of £5 each for a card with the gate code on, and a card for wifi. My advice is to immediately write down the details, give the cards back and reclaim your deposits. This will avoid turning your van upside down trying to find a lost card and forgoing a £5 deposit. Grrgghh!
     
    Last edited: Sep 5, 2015
  2. hi jess ,yay we was in the cotswollocks in august too, begining though , we stayed just outside bourton on water , no kids thou :Dlots ta do round that way isnt their , looks nice site too , hope you is all well n had a fun summer .:thumbsup:
     
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  3. We've stayed here it's a lovely site with some great walks through the woods - they also have exercise equipment in the wood.
     
  4. davidoft

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    Stayed here a few times, excellent site very clean, lots for little children to do, £25 a night on season £12 off, they have a new cafe which is excellent
     

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