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The caravan doesn't have ensuite, but guests have exclusive use of the wetroom in the Catanger Visitor Centre, with shower, toilet, washbasin and hot water.
They can also use the utility room with tea and coffee making facilities and for washing up.
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On the M40: Exit at junction 11 for Banbury and take the A422 towards Brackley for approximately 1 mile.
At the roundabout at the top of the hill turn left onto the B4525.
Antique and farm shops, horse racing and Silverstone Circuit are all within a few miles.
Otherwise, use the farm as a base for exploring this part of the lland: Althorp, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwick, Oxford and the Cotswolds are all less than an hour away.A covered cooking station with gas grill and double burner cooker is next to the caravan, but if you don't fancy cooking several local village pubs are in the vicinity serving lunches and evening meals.And as well as meeting the llamas (especially the new mums and crias in summer), animal-loving guests can also get to know Feather the rescue pony, Flosi the Icelandic horse and the farm dogs Flora, Huey and Archie. And so do the peeps of Catanger Llama Farm near Towcester – they have a whole herd. And llamas: the farm herd hangs out in the adjoining field. There's only one pitch at this most peaceful and scenic site, a gypsy caravan set among acres of quiet countryside surrounded by nature and wildlife.Wellies are a good idea as the caravan and footpath are all on mown grass and this can be wet with dew in the mornings.) All fully insulated, the caravan has a covered balcony with views over the Tove Valley as well as views over llamas, and a rear window looking out over twenty acres of native woodland to spot deer, hares, rabbits, badgers, foxes and many many birds.