Driving from the South: From London M40 north, take junction 8 (A40) for Oxford, leave on A44, * take A3400 going north at Chipping Norton roundabout.** At north end of Long Compton take right turn up steep hill signposted Whichford (where the main road bends steeply to the left, 200 yards past the church). ***. After two miles along high ridge, and 100yds after Whichford ‘30mph sign, take first right down steep lane - Holycombe is on your right at the bottom of the dip
Driving from the North: From Stratford-upon-Avon take A3400, (or from M 40 (Junction 15) take A429 towards Stow-on-Wold, at Halford join A3400) drive south through Shipston-on-Stour. Take 4th turn left (4 miles south of Shipston) to Whichford and proceed as from ***above.
Driving from the East: (main road way) Fro
Holycombe is adjacent to the glorious Whichford Wood. Its also located a short walk from the Norman Knight, a classic, award winning pub, which serves excellent grub and has great live music nights.
Whichford Pottery is also a wonderful place to visit, where there is a stunning garden full of inspiring pots, a gift shop and a cafe Local shops
The Rollright Stones is an ancient site, consisting of three elements. It is well worth a visit and is just up the road. Holycombe Holistic Retreat Centre There are a number of alternative treatments on offer at Holycombe, such as Shiatsu, Reiki, Massage, Reflexology, whilst you are camping, these can be arranged with individual therapists. To do this see the therapies and therapists section of the Holycombe website.
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