Cross 14 acres of grass meadows, accommodating a maximum of 15 tents at any one time, with friendly owners who hold a relaxed, camp-where-you-like attitude, and you’ve got yourself one roomy place to pitch. Throw in some world class Shakespearean sights, neighbouring medieval castles and countryside vistas that inspired some of the worlds greatest literature, then you’ve stumbled upon Twitey’s Tipis and Camping Meadows; 'A Midsummer Night’s Dream' of a campsite.
“Peace and tranquillity is the order of the day,” says the sites owner Michael Twite, who’s created a truly loveable, back-to-basics campsite. Upon arrival, you’ll be presented with a wheelbarrow to help move your kit, unusual yes but fun, especially for the children who get a ride from mum or dad. All who stay at Twitey's appreciate the lack of overcrowding. The flat, mown pitches come well spaced out and hidden in one of the two wild flower meadows, providing a sense of remoteness and seclusion. As the name suggests Tipis can also be rented. The sites small ‘Hamlet’ of abodes (3 in total) have been thoughtfully positioned to overlook the meadow, and come furnished with lanterns, kitchen utensils and logs for a sunset campfire.
Perhaps Warwickshire may have been just another pleasant English county were it not for the birth of one rather gifted playwright. William Shakespeare was born, and died in Stratford-upon-Avon (4 miles), and the sights linked to the great mans life have become a magnet for tourists. To sample some of Warwickshire’s glorious countryside, follow 'Shakespeare’s Way' which replicates the 146-mile route the young writer took on his travels to and from London. The scenery is sure to inspire; the earliest section of the walk passes rolling hills, the weaving River Stour and honey-coloured Cotswold cottages.
Pooped parents looking for offsite activities to tire out their energy sapping youngsters have plenty of choice in Warwickshire. However back at Twitey’s Tipis and Camping Meadows, care-free kids usually wear themselves out finding their own fun, playing hide and seek in the long grass and chasing butterflies; ensuring a sound snooze for the whole family. Busy days, peaceful nights. Life’s good at Twitey's...
The campsite owner saysWelcome to our small, beautiful and cosy campsite. Just 4 miles east of Stratford upon Avon and 8 miles south of Warwick. We are well situated to explore Shakespeare's Stratford-Upon-Avon ,Warwick Castle and the Cotswolds nearby. A family friendly site where pitches are hidden in the grass and wild flower meadows, providing a sense of seclusion and exclusivity. Our traditional campsite provides some creature comforts from home to make your stay more comfortable. Including hot showers, flushing toilets, fridges, freezer and an indoor barn sitting area.
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