Ideal Camping Accommodation in Faringdon on or near the The Thames Path route
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Camping and Touring Van Parks for walkers on The Thames Path.

The towns shown on the left are in the same order as they appear on the Route page. Select the one in which you would like to find a campsite or pitch for a motorhome or touring van.

This historic town has a sloping market place and lies in the Vale of the White Horse. It was the first capital of Wessex, where Alfred the Great ruled his kingdom for a time. In 1216 King John gave the town a charter for a weekly market, which still exists. Close to the centre of the town is Folly Hill and a 20th century brick tower from which there are fine views. The folly was built by Lord Berners who lived at 18th century Faringdon House. The town hall, surrounded by Georgian-fronted buildings, dates to the 17th century.

Within the Vale of the White Horse is the 2,500-year-old Iron Age camp of Uffington Castle and the ancient ‘White Horse’ figure carved into the chalk hillside.

Faringdon Camping, Campsites, Touring van and motorhome parks, etc

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Britchcombe Countryside Holidays Oxfordshire

Britchcombe Farm, Uffington, Faringdon, Oxfordshire, SN7 7QJ
Tel: 01367 820667

Prices: Awaiting latest prices
Pitches for: Tents, Touring Caravans and Motorhomes
Pitches: 50/ 6 electric hook ups
Open: Awaiting details

Showers? Washing up facilities? Games room? Disabled facilities? Please check!
Toilets Laundry/Washing facilities? Children's play area? Pets welcome?
Gas refills? Shop on site? Outdoor pool? Internet access?
Electric hook-up? On-site bar? Indoor pool? Fires allowed?
Chemical toilet disposal point? Cafe or Restaurant? Beach nearby? Open all year?

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