Firefly Fields is a rural holiday foothold is close to the heart of the county’s countryside, as well as several historic market towns and trails. It is a private park basing close to the village of Norton, not far from Shakespeare country in Stratford-Upon-Avon.
Firefly Fields is operated through Avon Estates, an experienced park operator. Holiday homeowners at the park will benefit from views and access to, miles of rolling countryside. The park aims to offer a gentle introduction to the local countryside and area and is open throughout the year.
Why Choose Firefly Fields?
This development may appeal to couples and solo travellers looking for a quiet, secluded country retreat. The park offers modern standards such as full Wi-Fi on-site, and is a pet-friendly establishment. Therefore, dog owners and walkers who wish to explore the local area on foot can take their pets with them.
A small modern development, the park’s design takes advantage of the local area, backing onto green plains and leading up from country roads. It may appeal to new holidaymakers who are keen to explore some of the area’s hidden treasures, as well as some of England’s famous unspoilt heritage.
The park offers ease of parking and is not far from everyday facilities and amenities in the local area. The park aims to offer an exclusive experience and feel, deep in the Worcestershire countryside.
About Firefly Fields’ Location
Firefly Fields benefits from being far from local towns and cities for peace and quiet. However, it is close enough to nearby communities for convenience. Visitors will be able to access local shops and medical services less than a mile away, with pubs and restaurants in nearby towns and villages also a short drive away from the main entrance.
Visitors to the park will also find that there are leisure centre and fishing opportunities in the local area, as well as many walks and trails to take dogs on scenic days out.
The park is accessible via Evesham Road heading off the roundabout which splits The Squires and the A4184. It is adjacent to the A46, which runs through Twyford up towards Salford Priors. Evesham is a popular town in the local area, which may appeal to visitors looking to learn more about local history and to appreciate small shops, eateries, pubs and cafés.
The park is also a short drive from Stratford-Upon-Avon. It is here where holidayers will find the house of William Shakespeare, as well as the Royal Shakespeare Theatre. Trips along the River Avon, too, are possible through touring the local area.
The site is also only a short drive from the Cotswolds, accessible via the A44 and A46. This expansive green park is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and may be one of the first points of interest holidaymakers wish to head to. The park benefits from being secluded, yet close enough to many attractions and sights.