At the top of the hill is a free National Trust car park and a 200m walk away from a lovely view of the area.(These are all within a short walking distance too but sometimes it's easier to drive when small children and a heatwave are involved!
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There are great local organic food producers, farm shops and markets in the area of Watlington, Oxfordshire.
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On arrival we rang the bell and were greeted by one of the two owners who are both naturally pleasant and happy to help.
Payment (which by the way is VERY reasonable for the area) is made in the little shop area which also sells souvenirs and one or two essentials you might have forgotten such as matches and gas canisters.This is a really lovely relaxed site at the base of the Chiltern Hills within walking distance of the small town of Watlington.It is very easy to find being not far from the M40.Owners were friendly but never in the field when we were there and they could have easily asked the big group to organise their cars to other areas around the site as there were a few options.Enjoyable trek to Christmas Common and good town 10 minutes as everyone else has said. Note the site has a slope as so pitching was ideal as we had to set up in a certain area (although exact location wasnt prescribed).) All in all we loved the site and will be returning. Very warm welcome and all the facilities that you could ask for (spotless). This will definitely become a regular haunt for me - I can't wait to go back!