FACILITIES

Amenities on site

  • Private showers and changing areas
  • Outdoor washing line to dry your damp towels after showering
  • Flushing loos with washbasins and mirrors
  • Further washbasins in the Barn
  • Washing up sinks with free hot water
  • Free use of large fridge and freezer with ice blocks
  • Small well stocked shop for all the essentials including tent supplies
  • All the supplies you need for your camp fire
  • Rubbish recycled
  • Phone charger socket

Utilities

  • Charging facilities
  • Calor Gas and other cylinders available
  • Recycling available
  • Tents for hire
  • B-b-q’s for hire

Themes

  • Peaceful
  • Wild camping

Nearby leisure

  • Cycle hire
  • Cycling
  • Fishing
  • Golf
  • Horse riding
  • Indoor pool
  • Mountain biking
  • Outdoor pool
  • Restaurant
  • Tennis
  • Watersports

Things to See and Do

 

Twitey’s is the perfect location for lots of attractions, places to visit and events to attend.  Located in Warwickshire we are  close to the borders of Gloucestershire, Worcestershire and Oxfordshire.

Nearby National Trust Properties   Nearby English Heritage Sites

Whats on in Stratford

 Events in Warwick

Woodland Trust     RSPB Bird Identifier

Local Attractions

Wellsbourne Mountfield Airfield (0.5 Mile)

Our local airfield (light aircraft and helicopters), with a Vulcan Bomber and wartime museum. There is also the Touchdown Café which we highly recommend.    Wellsbourne Airfield

Chedhams Yard (2 Miles)

A blacksmith’s and wheelwright’s workshop dating from the early 19th century. Chedhams Yard

Stratford Butterfly Farm (4.6 Miles)

The UK’s largest tropical butterfly collection. Great for kids and adults if you want an indoor experience. Stratford Butterfly Farm

Stratford upon Avon (5 Miles)

Birthplace of Willian Shakespeare and home to many related attractions. Also the home of the Royal Shakespeare Company There is an out of town shopping centre and several supermarkets as well as town centre shops, pubs, restaurants and attractions.

The MAD Museum (5 Miles)

The Museum of Mechanical Art  and Design. The kids will love this it’s fun and educational. https://themadmuseum.co.uk/visiting-us/

Compton Verney (5.6 Miles)

Art Gallery and Park. Compton Verney

Warwick Castle (8 Miles)

Lots of fun and entertainment for all the family Warwick Castle including jousting events, birds of prey displays, re-enactments, etc it’s a great day out.  More information including special offers is available here Warwick Castle

Hill Close Gardens Warwick (8 Miles)

Rare survivals of Victorian gardens once used by townsfolk living above their business to escape from the crowded town. Hill Close Gardens

British Motor Museum (10 Miles)

The world’s largest collection of historic British cars. Celebrating the past, present and future of British motoring.  British Motor Museum

Royal Leamington Spa (13 Miles)

A former Regency spa town, full of fine architecture. You will find boutiques, restaurants, shops, the splendid Jephson Gardens amongst the fine architecture. https://www.royal-leamington-spa.co.uk/

The Cotswolds (10 + Miles)

Were approximately just 10 miles from the edge of the Cotswolds and 33 miles to the centre. A range of rolling hills that rise from the meadows of the upper Thames to an escarpment, known as the Cotswold Edge, above the Severn Valley and Evesham Vale. There is a lot to do and explore here

National Trust Properties

Charelcote Park (1 Mile)

A Victorian home with lot’s of history set in landscaped deer park, this beautiful landscaped park is just down the road from us. It’s a lovely walk around the park with free roaming deer and a great place to go for a picnic. Charelcote Park

Hidcote (12 Miles)

Arts and Crafts-inspired garden with intricately designed outdoor spaces in the rolling Cotswold hills. Hidcote

Upton House and Gardens (13 Miles)

Lord and Lady Bearsted’s 1930s country retreat and English gardens, displaying the Shell Chairman’s outstanding art collection. Upton House and Gardens

Farnborough Hall (14 Miles)

Honey-coloured stone house with exquisite plasterwork and fine landscaped garden. Farnborough Hall

Kinwarton Dovecote (14 Miles)

Circular 14th-century dovecote. Kinwarton Dovecote 

Baddesley Clinton (15 Miles)

Discover a secluded, intimate estate set in the heart of the Forest of Arden with 500 years of fascinating and unexpected stories. Baddesly Clinton

Packwood House (15 Miles)

Much-restored Tudor house, park and garden with notable topiary.Packwood House

Dover’s Hill (15 Miles)

A natural amphitheatre on a spur of the Cotswolds, with views over the Vale of Evesham. Dover’s Hill 

Coughton Court (17 Miles)

Coughton Court is an imposing Tudor house set in beautiful gardens with a collection of Catholic treasures. Coughton Court

Market Hall (18 Miles)

Outstanding 400-year-old Cotswold market hall. Market Hall

Middle Littleton Tithe Barn (18 Miles)

13th-century tithe barn, one of the largest and finest in the country. https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/middle-littleton-tithe-barn

The Fleece Inn (19 Miles)

A traditional English pub owned by the Trust. The Fleece Inn

Chastleton House and Garden (20 Miles)

Discover the myths and memories of an ancient country house, a compelling time capsule of 400 years of family life. Chastleton House

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English Heritage 

Kenilworth Castle & Elizabethan Gardens (13 Miles)

An stunning castle with a 900 year history, including medieval, Elizabethan and the English Civil War. Kenilworth Castle  Read about it on Wikipedia

Rollright Stones (18 Miles)

Traditionally a monarch and his courtiers petrified by a witch, the Rollright Stones consist of three groups: the King’s Men stone circle; the Whispering Knights burial chamber; and the single King Stone. They span nearly 2,000 years of Neolithic and Bronze Age development. Rollright Stones

Hailes Abbey (26 Miles)

Founded in 1246 by the Earl of Cornwall, Hailes Abbey is set amid delightful Cotswold countryside. Once the centre of monastic life, the tranquil ruins are now the perfect place to relax and enjoy a picnic in a unique historic setting. Visit the new museum to discover the treasures of Hailes, uncovering stories of the monks who lived and worshipped at the abbey for nearly three centuries. Hailes Abbey

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We have just returned from a 2 night stay in the yurt. It was amazing! The beds were really comfortable and the fire pit was a hit! It was really handy having the outdoor kitchen too. Our little girls loved every minute! John was very friendly too.

- Victoria


We stayed 2 nights in this great site. Loved camping in the meadow. All the amenities were clean and well looked after. Lots of space and sunshine!

- Barney of Bexhill


Had such a lovely time camping with my 3 and 1 year old! Was slightly nervous about going on my own with the kids but had such a nice time. Site is perfect and has everything you need and more! Staff were so friendly and helpful. Will definitely be coming ...

- Vicky


Had an absolutely wonderful time here during our 3 day stay over Easter. The pitch was spacious and equipped with a fire pit and washing up facilities, a fridge and a freezer were very nearby. Toilets were very clean and the showers were wonderful! The campsite was very near to ...

- Arti