Monthly Archives: March 2018

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Our Top 5 Local Villages to Visit Whilst Staying With Us

Lower Slaughter Home to the UK’s most “Romantic Street”, the village was built on the banks of the River Eye and most of the buildings date back to the 16th century. Look out for the beautiful, 19th-century water mill. It’s one of the only red brick buildings amongst the sea of Cotswold Stone. Travel time from the Farm Park: Car: 9 minutes Bike: 20 minutes Broadway Broadway is one of the most beautiful villages in the Cotswolds and has many wonderful places to eat, shop and visit. The high street was once an ancient ridgeway and the main road between Worcester and London. Oliver Cromwell once spent a night at the...

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The Wonders of Lambing

Is there anything that can beat the sight of a newly-born lamb? Eyes blinking, a first tentative bleat and a woolly tail wagging ten to the dozen. It’s what spring is all about here at the Cotswold Farm Park as our brand new Animal Barn becomes the focus of everyone’s attention with all the excitement and anticipation of a maternity ward. This really is my favourite time of year and I love seeing new, little lives coming in to the world. But what makes lambing time even better is being able to share that joy with hundreds of our visitors. The improvements we’ve made over the winter mean that there’s plenty of room in the Animal...

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Wahoo the Campsite is open!

We’ve taken lots of bookings for the 2018 season already and are really excited to see you all. If you’ve never camped before and need a little nudge to take the plunge, check out our camping check list here. We’re an excellent place for a camping test run and our lovely wardens will be able to help you out if you need any advice. We have the wonderful Sam and Mark back with us for their second year and have welcomed two brilliant new wardens to the team, Amanda and Byron. Our camping pages can be found here.

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