Catering for Adults Only, Lairhillock Park is a family-owned, small and friendly touring caravan park.
Lairhillock is set in a quiet and secluded Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The landscape is peppered with rolling hills, meandering rivers, bridle paths and breathtaking scenery.
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Lairhillock is convenient for the M1, M6, M40 and M69 motorways which provide ready access to Coventry, Banbury, Rugby, Warwick, Royal Leamington Spa and Stratford-upon-Avon. Lairhillock also makes an ideal overnight stop for journeys up and down the country.
They pride themselves on their personal and friendly service. They aim to make their guests stay as enjoyable and relaxing as possible.
They welcome tourers, motor homes and tents to their site. They have 33 touring pitches available, 5 of which are hard standings.
The welcome well-behaved dogs to the site but they should be kept on a lead at all times.
Nearby attractions include:
• Just a short walk from the park is the village of Marton where there is a local pub, petrol station and a “Museum of Country Bygones”.
• Nearby is the Marton village church which was founded in 1292. They rebuilt it in 1869 after a devastating fire. The church is dedicated to St. Esprit and it is thought to be unique in the British Isles. Visitors can also see preserved medieval bridges.
• Visitors will find bridle paths, attractive canal tow paths and disused railway line walks.
• The village of Long Itchington is 2½ miles away which has a small general store, a Co-Op, a Post Office and a hair dressers.
• The village of Birdingbury is 2 miles away and has a Post Office and a general store.
• 4 miles away is the market town of Southam which has many facilities such as pubs, small supermarkets, hair dressers, a Post Office, shopping outlets, a swimming pool and several takeaways. The town is an old cattle driving stop between Wales and London. In 1642 Charles I stayed in Southam before the Battle of Edghill. Their church, St. James Church, has a handsome timber roof, octagonal spire and a 14th century tower. Southam also boasts Dallas International Polo Ground.
Lairhillock Park makes an ideal centre from which to tour the entire area because there are many places of interest within easy driving distance from Marton.
• Warwick with its 14th century castle
• Kenilworth with its 12th century castle
• Stratford on Avon, birthplace of William Shakespeare
• Royal Leamington Spa and Jephson Gardens
• Lunt Roman Fort – a reconstruction of the AD60 original
• Bagington Aircraft Museum at Coventry Airport
• Ryton Organic Gardens
• Ryton Pools for those who enjoy fishing
• Draycote Water Park for those who enjoy fishing
• Coventry (old and new) Cathedral, Steam Railway Centre and Transport Museum
• We are withing easy reach of the Cotswolds
• There are lots of canals in the area
• Stoneleigh Show Ground with nearby village of timbered houses
• Birmingham with its amazing new Bull Ring Shopping Centre, Symphony Hall and the ICC and the Jewellery Quarter
• The NEC is approximately 17 miles away
Visit the Lairhillock Park website for further information
18 Sandy Lane