Park Description Bablock Hythe is a well kept secret, a romantic
hideaway nestled in beautiful Oxfordshire countryside, beside the river
Thames. With landscaped grounds, a mile of
waterside frontage and room for boat moorings and river fishing, you’ll
wonder why you’d never heard of it before.
Sitting watching the wildlife, and the boats go up and down the River is a favourite
not come to visit us? We usually have a selection of new and used
caravans for sale, or you can try before you buy and stay in one of our two luxury
caravans for hire.
Bablockhythe is located in the Vale of the White Horse, twelve miles west of the historic city of Oxford and fifteen
miles south of Woodstock and Blenheim Palace.
The Ferryman Inn is located beside the park, on
the site of an old Roman river crossing.
Local Entertainments & Attractions
town with old colleges and good shops and cafes.
Angling and Boating
From the Park
along the banks of the River Thames. Pitches with mooring are also
available. Boat hire available at The Rose Revived Pub and
Letchlade, Stanton Harcourt and Longmoor.
Stately Homes & Gardens
Palace (situated in 2200 acres, landscaped by Capability Brown),
Kingston, Buscot Park, Pusey House and the Oxford Botanic Garden
Banbury. Didcot Railway Centre, Vale and Downland Museum at Wantage, the
Ashmolean at Oxford
Cinemas & Theatres
Banbury, Woodstock, Longworth and Northmoor
(800ft) at Aston Rowant Nature Reserve
Ridge Way, the Cotswolds and the Thames Walk goes past the Park.
Holiday Caravans For Sale There is usually a selection of new and used
static holiday caravans
for sale on the park. Contact us to arrange a viewing, or just
drop in during the day and we will be happy to show you round.
Park Season The Park is open from 1st April to 31st October. A
resident Manager lives on the Park all year to assist you in the summer
and look after your holiday home in the winter.
Boats can be stored
through the Winter.
Park Rent 2019 From£2,454.00 (including VAT, Water & Rates).
Mooring Rates 2018 £37.00 per foot (excluding VAT).
Plus a flat rate Environmental Charge.
Are allowed if controlled on a lead at all times.
There is a
lovely Meadow for dog walking.
How To Get There
From the North take the M40 and A34.
At the Pear Tree Roundabout take the A40 westwards signed to Witney.
At the roundabout take the left turn to Stanton Harcourt on the B4449.
After 1 mile through Stanton Harcourt follow a single track road on the
left signposted to Bablockhythe and Northmoor. From the South follow the
A34 and A415 to Kingston Bagpuize.
Continue on the A415 and cross over two humped backed bridges.
Go past the Maybush public House and The Rose Revived.
After 2.5 miles turn right -signposted to Northmoor and Stanton
At the next junction turn right towards Northmoor and Bablockhythe.