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Old 14-07-2013, 07:26   #1 (permalink)
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We are going to the Cotswolds soon with two dogs and a teenager, can anyone recommend some nice sites and places to visit? Trying to keep everyone happy ( I love a challenge) thanks x
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Try Adam Henson's farm campsite - he's a regular star of Countryfile and specialises in rare breeds. See http://cotswoldfarmpark.co.uk/camping/
Don't miss the swanky Daylesford shop - might see celebs there - or royalty! Excellent food to buy! See http://daylesford.com/farmshop-cafe-daylesford/

I've wanted to go to Sudeley Castle for a long time - will get there eventually, see http://www.sudeleycastle.co.uk/.

Those should keep you busy for a while...

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We are going to the Cotswolds soon with two dogs and a teenager, can anyone recommend some nice sites and places to visit? Trying to keep everyone happy ( I love a challenge) thanks x

Hi San,

There are literally hundreds of great sites in the Cotswolds, so you really can't go wrong . . . .the
CC site at Moreton in the March is just 2 minutes walk into town, in beautiful countryside, and in easy reach of all the lovely Cotswolds villages,

Also whilst wandering around Evesham with Ian ( motorhomelover ), we came across a perfect site at the side of the river, literally straight in the centre of Evesham, can't remember the name of it though Doh !,, no doubt Google come up with it, just remembered Ian, got their leaflet, drop him a PM, i am sure that he would be pleased to help with the info,

Enjoy your holiday,

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ken is there been a landslide up ur way on the a82 loch lomand am on my way up soon
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Hi Shuggy,

No problems on the A82 at the moment, the landslips are usually just around the corner, on the A83 on the right hand side going up to top of the Rest And Be Thankful, heading from Arrochar towards Inverary, usually following days and days of heavy continual rain, not unusual in these parts, thats why these lochs are full of water !!!!!!,

You should be safe enough, when are you planning on heading up here . . . . so i can arrange to be out !, . . . . only kidding mate, it would be a pleasure to offer a fellow fuster a drink of whatever you fancy, if I am at home,

That offer is open to any other funsters heading this way, don't drive past, call in and say hello,

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