Looking for a lodge at Avon Park in Warwickshire? Stratford Upon Avon is one of the most famous sites of heritage in the British midlands, if not the whole of the UK. As such, Avon Park remains one of the best-positioned holiday communities for visitors to explore the wider region, as well as the town and all its history. The park has been offering quiet, modern accommodation to families, couples and solo travellers for years, and as such, it is a name synonymous with Warwickshire holidaying.
The park can be found close to Stratford itself, with easy links to and from main roads. However, its location is also just far enough away from busier roads and areas. This means anyone staying at the park can be sure of convenient routes to and from local sites of interest without having to worry about too much hustle and bustle. Avon Park's owners care deeply about their visitors, and as such, new homeowners can expect a well-kept landscape. They can also expect on-site support and guidance as and when they need it.
Open ten months of the year, Avon Park is a popular choice with many people looking to explore the midlands in greater focus. However, it is of particular interest to literature enthusiasts thanks to its links to William Shakespeare. This beautiful corner of the country is now easier than ever to visit in comfort and style thanks to a variety of pitches and properties available to buy.
Availability of properties will vary from season to season. Therefore, it may be a good idea to bookmark our guide and take a closer look at what is available from month to month.
About Avon Park
Just a mile from Stratford, many people choose to holiday at Avon Park for its close proximity to a variety of heritage. However, the park itself also brings in many new homeowners and holidaymakers by virtue of its own facilities and modern comforts. It is one of three major parks within the Stratford Parks estate. The owners are well-versed in holiday park management, and new owners can therefore rest easy knowing they are buying with a very safe pair of hands. Avon Park is a triplet alongside Rayford and Riverside parks, all of which stand alongside the majestic River Avon â€“ hence the name.
Avon Park has access to many facilities and features that visitors at all three resorts can enjoy. For example, new homeowners will have access to private fishing plots, miniature golf, and full restaurant and bar facilities. This means holidaymakers looking to explore the county and historic towns will have much of their everyday needs and entertainment wants catered to before they even leave the park.
There are also bowling green and play park facilities between the three parks. This means that the resort should appeal to people of all ages. There is always plenty here to keep couples, families and solo travellers amused during their stay. You can even choose to moor up a boat if you wish to traverse the midlands waterways at your own pace.
Modern facilities and luxury pitches will also appeal to those holidaymakers who want to invest in their own comfortable standards in the region. Rather than book in at B&Bs close to Stratford Upon Avon, new homeowners will always have access to homes away from home. Properties are well-maintained and there is even a full laundry on-site. Therefore, no matter how long people choose to stay at Avon Park, even their everyday needs are attended to.
Avon Park properties promise to offer fantastic footholds in the region. Waterside walks and boat journeys beckon, as do clear transport links to other cities and towns in the wider counties. Avon Park's ownership is also always on site to help visitors and holidaymakers with any concerns they may have. Many choose to discuss holiday ideas with park owners before they arrive. However, there should be plenty of opportunities for new owners to get out and explore the region under their own steam.
Avon Park offers laid-back, independent holiday living. No matter how long people choose to stay at the park, there are always opportunities to enjoy the on-site amenities. Secure gating and clear access to main roads will also appeal to anyone wanting to keep safe, as well as close to local attractions. However, holidaymakers will never suffer from excessive noise drifting in from elsewhere. It is in the perfect location for a variety of reasons.
Avon Park is in a superb location, close to the A46 for visitors and new owners to head to and from. However, as mentioned, staying here doesn't mean people will experience the noise and bustle from main roads. It is a short drive or public ride from main connections, meaning there is a fantastic balance of peaceful living and modern convenience.
The park is very much in the heart of Stratford Upon Avon, just a few minutes from the centre of the town. Visitors and holidayers can either take to main roads and public transport or can even take a water taxi down the river into the town. The waterways will also link visitors and homeowners to other historic towns and villages, all of which are worth exploring on their own merits. The park is also not too far from the M40, meaning that anyone keen to venture further across the midlands can do so.
The park itself is wonderfully designed. The owners and maintenance team carefully curate the grounds to match its gorgeous surroundings. Countryside and waterside walks await, meaning that any holidayers keen to get closer to nature and greenery can do so with just a short walk out of the main gates. The Warwickshire countryside is just as popular as its world-famous heritage.
Views across the park and beyond also help to make Avon Park and its sisters hugely popular with local people and visitors from further afield. Visitors can access many facilities and amenities on-site, but they can also head to nearby towns and villages for everyday groceries while they holiday here â€“ if they wish to.
The Local Area
The main attraction close to the Stratford Parks is, of course, Stratford Upon Avon itself. Stratford Upon Avon is famous for being the birthplace of playwright William Shakespeare. Visitors to the town can take in his birthplace and museum, as well as local theatres and playhouses which host his most famous works. The Royal Shakespeare Theatre, in particular, pulls in interest from millions of tourists each year.
The region is also well known for its various museums and heritage trails. Anyone new to Avon can also take a look out at wildlife parks and farms, such as the popular Stratford Butterfly Farm. The local area also has plenty of opportunities for visitors and holidaymakers to walk dogs great news as Avon Park is pet-friendly by design.
Visitors may also appreciate the fact that there are plenty of countryside spots scattered around the region. For example, there is the Malvern Hills just outside of Worcester to the West. This is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, a mark of protection to keep it unspoilt. Visitors will also enjoy heading towards Stow-on-the-Wold and Moreton-in-Marsh for further nature trails and green walks.
Anyone who prefers to get closer to the main cities and towns in the region will not have far to look. Avon Park is just a few minutes away from the historic town of Royal Leamington Spa. Beyond here, popular cities in Coventry and Birmingham are reachable via M62 and M6. Northampton, too, is reachable just off to the East. However, many people may prefer to keep their holidays quaint and laid-back within Stratford Upon Avon.
Why Choose Avon Park?
Avon Park is one of three wonderful holiday parks offered by a careful operator with years of expertise in park management. It is a safe, secure and well-loved resort, offering private water taxis out towards various sites of interest in the local area. Beyond this, the park offers incredible entertainment and everyday amenities. There are very few reasons why holidaymakers should wish to look elsewhere for bar, restaurant and everyday conveniences.
Above all, Avon Park benefits from a keen location. Its position offers a brilliant foothold in Shakespeare country, and is just close enough to some of the most popular towns and cities of the midlands. Beyond this, there are scores of country walks and nature trails nearby. The park welcomes pets, meaning that dog walks may well be on the agenda for many people choosing a holiday home here.
Avon Park is a very popular holiday foothold for those invested in Shakespeare as well as local heritage, food and drink. Site owners are ready and on hand to help with more information on local treats and sites of interest. However, the park also encourages independent holidaying. Therefore, homeowners should find it easy enough to explore the wider reaches and history of the region on their own. Property availability will fluctuate across the seasons, and early viewings are recommended.
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