The six-acre site is built in the grounds of a Norman castle, the legacy of which is a splendid water-filled moat harbouring carp among the bulrushes. Local mystics have it that Holycombe was a sacred Neolithic site, evidenced by six converging ley lines, so it would have been a shame not to add a stone….
Cotswolds Camping is run by two very hard-working friends (with a little help from their husbands). No one lives on the site, but a lot of work goes on in the background to ensure it’s a well organised, extremely relaxed experience for everyone who stays. The campsite is on the edge of the beautiful market town….
If the River Thames is a song, whose sedate opening bars of its Kemble source belie its climactic, rousing sing-along chorus in the City, before its fade-outro into the expanse of the Canvey estuary and beyond, the Henley/Marlow stretch is the delicate, melodious first verse. For it is here that the river enjoys a slower….
Hidden away to say the least, Northmoor Lock Paddocks is not a manicured site, but more reminiscent of the old days when your mum and dad used to take you camping back in the 1970s. Tussocky meadows shaded by mature willows are fringed by the soporific tumble of water from the nearby weir, while over….