Set in swathes of rolling Warwickshire countryside, Hoar Park Farm offers a rural retreat in a county of castles, craft shops, and country walks beside wind-rippled fields of wheat. Wander in Warwickshire with today's Groupon from Hoar Park farm:
• £22 for a two night campsite pitch for two adults and two children (Up to 61% off)
With Caravan or tent pitch and full English breakfast
A blend of open farm and craft shopping village, Hoar Park Farm offers diverse diversions that range from feeding the animals to nibbling homemade chocolates. The farm lays claim to 141 acres through which to stroll on a long summer day, as well as a fishing lake on which to cast out for an afternoon. While the restaurant serves a selection of British classics, the camp site provides pitches for both caravans and tents.
Alongside the sawdust rustle and squeak of the guinea pigs and rabbits, there are pygmy goats, deer, sheep, and an enormously happy Kuné Kuné pig to see at the Hoar Park children's farm. The delights of Warwick Castle lie 22 miles south, while the quieter Tamworth Castle is a little closer and offers all the drama of a classic, Norman motte and bailey structure.
• Caravan or tent pitch for two nights
• Full English breakfast each morning
Rail: Coleshill Parkway train station is 8 miles from the park, with regular connections to Birmingham and much of the UK rail network.
Road: The campsite is just off the B4114, with routes leading east towards Nuneaton and the M69, south to Coventry and the M40, or west to Birmingham and the M6Toll.
Hoar Park earned an encouraging 3/5 from TripAdvisors. The reviews cover a wide range of things to see and do at the park and, while there were some varied opinions on the restaurant at times, campers were particularly pleased with the family friendly atmosphere and activities on offer.
The highlight for me was the amazing cream teas! Lovely fruit scones with jam and cream with a pot of tea - super yummy!!!! [sic] They do a lovely breakfast too. I went for one night camping and got to try out the fishing - I caught a fish!
– TJ-UK, TripAdvisor, Sep 2011
Our three grandchildren aged 5,5 & 7 had their first experience of fishing, and they loved it. A night camping was another first for them, and they keep asking when can we go again. Very child friendly. The scones and cream were lovely, and the breakfast was also first class. The staff were very friendly and helpful.
– yaines, TripAdvisor, Sep 2010