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Hatton Country World

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Hatton, Warwickshire, England, United Kingdom, CV35 8XA

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http://camping.hattonworld.com/
camping@hattonworld.com
01926 842157

Open from Jan to Dec

Nestled in the beautiful Warwickshire countryside you will find Hatton Country World. With an amazing array of adventure fun for the children, retail therapy, great food and rural walks, Hatton Country World has something for everyone…. all on one site!
Adventure World has acres of outdoor fun and activities, animals, shows, tractor rides and the largest indoor soft play in the county.
£13.95

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111m above sea level

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Review by: pottyhouse1
Visit date: Mar 2019
Unit type: Medium Motorhome under 8m
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9.25
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Not clear where to go when we arrived. Follow the signage for the coach park. Pay at the kiosk entry to the Adventure World. An information pack was given to us which included 20% off discount vouchers for the cafes and the adventure world. Also in the pack was a lot of local information.
Dogs were allowed in all shops in the village apart from the sweetshop.
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Review by: jeffm
Visit date: Jan 2017
Unit type: Motorhome under 7m
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8.25
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Not to repeat what others have said, but this is primarily a visitor attraction based on the shopping complex and children's park. That's fine, but it means the people who work there know little or nothing that might be useful to those using the stopover. They didn't know where bus stop was, how long it takes to walk to the local pub or to walk into Warwick. Toilets are a dark walk away, but there is a well signed Elsan disposal point and easy access to water. EHU's available for every pitch

We stayed in January. The site was empty and very quiet. It was great to wake up to frosted fields and no people. It's a lovely location and we would definitely stay here again. It's a great location for walkers

You CAN walk into Warwick by following the canal, a couple of hundred metres up the road. It's about4 miles. When we went it was too muddy to cycle, but you could do it when it's drier. That's also the best walking route to the pub - about 10 minutes. On the route you will pass Hatton Locks - all 21 of them, quite spectacular. I imagine his is very busy in summer.

Make sure you turn left as you urn in he main gate. After that, it is clearly signposted.
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Review by: taximan
Visit date: Jul 2016
Unit type: Motorhome under 7m
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5.5
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Site now has 5 hardstandings all with electric, price now £13. 95 per night. The toilets are inside the shopping village and there is no motorhome disposal point as listed in CC book. The CC book also shows public transport nearby but no-one at the site could tell us where. This is primarily a visitor attraction with the shopping village for adults and park/farm for children. If taking children be aware that the park attractions cost £9. 95 per child AND £8. 95 per accompanying adult PER DAY which is absurd seeing as adults can't actually do anything in the park apart from look at the animals. Without children this site is ideally situated for local attractions of Warwick/Stratford etc. Website gives the impression that the Hatton Arms pub is on site but it is about a mile walk away. Some staff totally unaware that there is a campsite there at all. Food in the cafe was sold out by 1pm. Overall a disappointing visit.
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