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Briarfields Motel & Touring Park: campsite review

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An editorial review of Briarfields Motel & Touring Park

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Introduction to Briarfields Motel & Touring Park

Briarfields is a beautifully laid out site that is ideally located for exploring Gloucestershire and the Cotswolds.

With its landscaped grounds and tree screening, this adults-only site is an oasis of calm. But it’s also just a short drive, or bus ride, away from Cheltenham and Gloucester.

Iain Duff

Iain Duff (Content Editor)

 

With its landscaped grounds and tree screening, this adults-only site is an oasis of calm.


What the campsite has to offer

On site, the pristine toilet and shower block, and the laundry room, is centrally located. Free WiFi is also available across the site.

Briarfields is dog-friendly and, although it doesn’t have its own dog walk, there are plenty of good walks from the site.

There are hardstanding pitches with electric for motorhomes, and also fully serviced pitches. With three glamping pods, and the motel offering accommodation, Briarfields is an ideal choice for motorhoming and non-motorhoming family and friends to be able to get together.

The staff are friendly and know the local area well. They are happy to help you get the best from your stay.


Things to do

Gloucester cathedral

(Photo courtesy of Siggy Nowak/Pixabay)

Cheltenham is renowned for its exclusive shopping, while Gloucester is steeped in history; it has a wonderful cathedral and Quays outlet shopping centre. The bus stop at the site entrance gives easy access to both.

Despite feeling like a very rural site, you are only a short walk from local amenities including a pub, a fish and chip shop, a takeaway and an Asda.
 


Campsite fact file

Specifications

Location:
Gloucester Road, Cheltenham,
Gloucestershire GL51 0SS

Telephone:
01242 235324 

Contact:
Find out more

Open:
All year

Cost:
Two adults, pitch, electric: From £30

Nearest public transport:
Site entrance

Nearest pub/restaurant:
0.5 miles

Directions:
Leave M5 at J11 following signs for Cheltenham onto A40.
At next roundabout take first exit.
Site is signed.

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