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Island Meadow Caravan Park in Warwickshire

Island Meadow is a small secluded park, set in rural Warwickshire. The seven acre island, formed by the River Alne and its mill race, provides a quiet and peaceful holiday setting.

Mature trees line the banks, and the mill pond
with its weir offers good coarse fishing, which
is free of charge to guests.

All areas of the park are flat and close-mown. The island is a perfect centre for bird watching, walking, cycling or just relaxing and enjoying the best of the English countryside.

The park has 3-Star amenities, including disabled facilities, and also has a well stocked licensed shop.

There is no clubhouse or restaurant on site, but a short stroll through Mill Meadow and the churchyard of St. John's, the marriage place of Shakespeare's parents, brings you to the fifteenth century inn, The Kings Head, Aston Cantlow.

The village of Aston Cantlow is named after the de Cantilupe family, who settled here after the Norman conquest.

Interestingly, in 1086 the Domesday Book valued the Mill at 8 shillings and 5 sticks of eels!

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