Cotswolds Camping

Holycombe, Whichford Castle Moat







"Such an amazing place. The Yurt was lovely and warm upon arrival, and very spacious. The decor is very hippy/Boho,which suited us all down to the ground. Bathroom was fantastic, and very spacious, plenty of hot water, and the shower was AMAZING. Cosy kitchen, but lacking in spoons. The 'boudoir' room is also a fantastic little room. The whole place is lovely. We'll definitely be staying here again". Vikki.


"Sally was very prompt in terms of answering any (quite a few!) questions I had which was great. The yurt was wonderful! It was very comfortable and cosy. The camp site is nice an quiet. We had a lovely stay. Thanks." Amy


"Fantastic stay, we arrived in whichford for Halloween and 6 of us stayed in yurt Yano and the extra boudoir. We had a great time, recommend the walks, pub and straw bale cafe at the pottery. Wonderful!" Peter


"One should experience sleeping in this magnificent yurt esp when it rains. A truly cosy calming effect amidst the sounds of the birds and swaying of the branches of forest fauna. Natural beauty at its best. They were very accommodating and there was easy communication. Trustworthy." Harriet

The Airstream


"Had a great couple of days in the super cool Airstream. Lovely woodburner so very cosy in the evening. Well equipped kitchen which was great. Nice showers in a separate rustic shed 100ft away. Very comfortable bed. Place is very serene and quiet. Nice pub in the village. Will definitely be back" Paul


Bell Tents


"The facilities provided at the campsite were very good and were not what we expected it to be! Queries were dealt with very quickly from the host! A very nice scenery and great experience overall! Definitely recommend it!" Liyan



The Gypsy Caravan


"We had a lovely, relaxing and inspiring weekend. What a wonderful little escape. Looking forward to coming back!" Joey and Joel


"We had a great tiem staying in the gypsy caravan. It was comfortable, cosy and big enough for the two of us. With both and electric heater and a wood burner, it was easy to keep the caravan warm. The facilities were great: the kitchen wasw perfect for our needs and the glamping bathroom was clean and warm. The local countryside is beautiful and the villagers we met were very welcoming and friendly. And it's very quiet and dark at night - living in London, we hadn't seen so many stars and constellations in a while - a real treat! We'd highly recommend the caravan for a cosy weekend away" Paul



"We wanted a bit of peace for a couple of days before a festival. Amazed to find we were the only ones in the moat encircled meadow. Zone out the church bells (every 15 minutes) and there is perfect peace. We had a lovely long woodland walk and spent lots of time watching the wildlife in the meadow and moat". John.


"Just a quick note to say a big THANK YOU for providing us with such a lovely camp site on Saturday night. It was absolutely beautiful and both us adults walked around saying it was the best campsite we'd ever been to. An even better accolade is that the kids loved the fact that the chickens were walking about, that there were little cabins to explore (loved the compost loos especially!) and that once it got dark and we got the bat detector out there were SO MANY BATS!!! It was tremendous and totally perfect." Georgia."Just wanted to say a big thank you for having us over the weekend. The location is idyllic – very peaceful which is just what we wanted. You are very lucky to live in such a beautiful place". Kim.


"Thank you for a wonderful stay, the view was truly stunning! We really enjoyed our time at Holycombe. Thankfully the weather held up for most of the time except it decided to rain just as we were packing the tent up! We would love to come stay again in the future..." Tina.


"Holycombe is a great little campsite a quick drive from London but feels a million miles away. It is very relaxed there. You can light fires and do you cooking or there is a very sweet little kitchen you can use if it’s raining or you’re feeling a bit lazy! The campsite is situated in the sleepy village of Whichford. There’s some great walking to do around the nearby villages. Overall there’s not that much to do and life slows down a bit. There’s a fantastic cotwoldsish pub in easy walking distance which overlooks the village green, there’s a kids play area too to keep them busy for a while, so you can watch them play while you have a few cold beers. There’s something lovely and mystical about this site - enjoy". Lucy.


"We just came back from this lovely campsite. As first time campers we could not be happier. Everything was nice and clean, simple but nice facilities (kitchen, toilet and showers) and a beautiful location. Lots of things for the kids to do in the campsite, walking distance from a pub with playground across the road. What else can we say? We loved it! The weather was good (a bit windy sometimes) and even the bells sounded pituresque. We would go again, definitely!" Geraldine.


"If it’s peace and tranquility you’re looking for then this is the place for you. A beautiful setting with fantastic views, the church bells never seem an annoyance but a rhythmic soundtrack to the countryside. The camping field is far enough away from the main house so it feels like a rural setting and not a back garden as some campsites can seem. The facilities are amazing including a fantastic summerhouse with a full electrical kitchen set up for rainy evenings. Alternatively the friendly local pub is 5 minutes walk away. We stayed at Holycombe as a couple looking for a weekend escape from the city to unwind and enjoy the countryside, and it fitted the bill perfectly. Highly recommended!" Nicky.


"We had a wonderful time, thank you. Holycombe is such a beautiful place – and it’s wonderful that we can have fires there too, that really adds to the experience". Caroline.


We spent 2 nights at the campsite (2nd and 3rd August) and had a wonderful time, the weather being good to us! We had a nice quiet spot in the corner and it wasn't to busy while we were there. The facilities were great, thank you for the electric shower, loo and the marvellous little kitchen you provide and the logs for the campfire were great and at a good price. A very peaceful site mainly down to I imagine children under the age of 12 not being allowed onto the site which is a great idea for those who just want to relax and enjoy the peace and quiet and scenery! We went to the one local pub in Whichford who had a bbq on the Sunday evening and they were very friendly and then headed down to the next village, Little Compton (5 min drive) on the Monday to the Red Lion pub which had lovely food even though it was slightly expensive. The pub in Whichford doesn't do any food on Mondays but is open for drinks. The pottery place around the corner was beautiful to look in but very expensive. The café there shuts on Mondays and Tuesdays so we can't comment on the food there. Would highly recommend the site to couples who want to relax on a site that isn't to busy, hopefully we will come back again! Thank you. Meena


"We had a great time on your campsite! Just the place for us, it really felt like home" Els and Jeroen