Situated in Leicester, this campsite is within 9 miles (15 km) of Wistow Maize Maze, Armourgeddon Military Museum and Brocks Hill Country Park. Bird on the Hand ...
4/5 Very Good! (2 reviews)
"Very disappointed, Not happy as was advertised on hotels.com web site as dog friendly, but the shepherds hut was not we found out on arrival. Wendy the owner wasn’t happy as we had a small dog and she had to collect payment from us it should of been paid prior to arrival. And the fact it was cheaper ..."
The price is £88 per night from 24 Oct to 24 Oct£88
24 Oct - 25 Oct
4.5/5 Wonderful! (86 reviews)
"Characterful property with lovely views to the garden and beyond. Staff very helpful and friendly. Can’t think of any negatives other than the tables in the dining area do not have much knee room so we got a lot of bumped knees! This area could be made more of to match the bar area which is more ..."
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Frequently asked questions
If you’re planning a motorhome trip to Melton Mowbray, staying at a motorhome park is a good way to get to know the area. Travellers like this area for both its churches and its theatres. After you’ve settled in at the motorhome park in Melton Mowbray, get out into nature and make it a memorable trip.
If you’re looking for some ways to explore Melton Mowbray while making the most of your travel budget, this destination has lots to offer. Things to see and do during your visit include Melton Park, Twinlakes Park and Burrough Hill Country Park.
Staying at a motorhome park is a fun and convenient choice for your road trip to Melton Mowbray. This kind of accommodation offers a generous space to park your caravan and stay overnight where you’re close to nature. Lots of motorhome parks are located near hiking spots and lakes, which makes it convenient to get out and enjoy nature.