1 The Hayloft Far Peak Northleach Gloucestershire GL54 3AP
Our campsite team are on site from March to October and can be contacted by telephone 01285 700370. However, they are not always in the office and quite often on a tractor, so may not always pick up. Always best to email as your enquiry will be dealt with when we have a pen and paper handy. Thanks!
Far Peak is situated close to Northleach (approximately 1 mile) which provides most day to day requirements. More comprehensive facilities are available in Cirencester (approximately 9 miles). There is easy access to the Fosse Way, which links with the A40 Oxford and Cheltenham road (approximately 2 miles to the north). This links with the M40 at Oxford putting London within easy motoring distance. In addition, the Fosse Way provides access to the A419/417 at Cirencester with links to M4 (J15) at Swindon. Main line services to London are available from Charlbury (approximately 18 miles).
Directions to campsite
Approaching from Cirencester (South):
Take the A429 for Stow on the Wold. Pass through Fossebridge and after a further 2 miles take the turning on the right, just after the garage signposted for Ablington and Bibury. The driveway to the property will be found after a short distance on the right hand side.
Approaching from North:
On the A429 (Fosseway), continue through the traffic lights at Northleach for 1 mile. Just past a large lay-by (on the left), take the left turn before the small garage, signposted to Ablington and Bibury. The driveway to the property will be found after a short distance on the right hand side.
Our facility at Far Peak comprises of ample free parking and camping facilities. The campsite reception is located on the left before the gateway to the light industrial units and climbing centre.
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