Cotswolds Camping

Holycombe, Whichford Castle Moat

Camping and Glamping at Holycombe, on the moated site of Whichford Castle, near Shipston-on-Stour, Warwickshire.

Please note we are closed on Saturday 23rd June for 1 night as we are having a private party

We would love to welcome you to our campsite situated in the beautiful North Cotswold village of Whichford, near the Warwickshire, Oxfordshire, Gloucestershire and Worcestershire borders. We are in the Heart of England, in the middle of everywhere, 1.25 hours from M25.


Come and share this special place, experience the peace of the historic land and the sounds of nature, where you can also enjoy stargazing the dark night sky, watching meteor showers without light pollution from our ancient stone circle.



Please note we do not accept children under the age of 12 and no dogs due to wildlife. The maximum amount of people in any group is 5. Please do not split bookings betweent two different groups. Bring earplugs if you are sensitive to the sound of church bells as they chime everyc15 minutes

See Facilities Page under Camping heading for photos of The Camping Log Cabin Kitchen

Flush Loo, Compost Loo and Showers



Holycombe is situated in the picturesque North Cotswolds, in close proximity to many beautiful Cotswold towns and villages. With plenty to explore in the vicinity, this is an excellent place to base yourselves on your camping adventure.


Our beautiful five-acre camp site is situated where a Norman castle once stood, the legacy of which is the splendid water-filled moat, possbily home to carp, ducks, moor hens, and Canada geese.


Holycombe (taking its name from combe ‘valley’ and the nearby Holy Well spring) is situated adjacent to Whichford Wood, which boasts a wealth of flora and fauna. It’s also located a short walk from the Norman Knight, a classic, award winning Cotswold pub, which serves excellent grub and has great live music nights. So after a walk in the woods, or a pint up the road, you can roll back here, light a campfire, and enjoy this peaceful and charming place.


Whichford Pottery is also a wonderful place to visit, where there is a stunning garden full of inspiring pots, the Octagon gift shop and the marvellous Straw Cafe. The food is seasonal, locally sourced, hand made, hand baked and even home grown when possible. They have gardening master classes and adult pottery workshops.