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Set in the idyllic and tranquil surroundings of the English countryside, Hawton Waters offers the perfect place for caravan storage, fishing and leisure breaks. Located in the East Midlands just 15 miles North of Nottingham we are within easy access of the M1, A1, A46 and A17. Local attractions include Belvoir Castle, Belton Woods and the historic market town of Newark on Trent. Enjoy a peaceful, quiet, and relaxing break in the stunning lakeside location set on an estate of 800 acres of award-winning farm and woodland. An abundance of wildlife and stunning scenery. We are a family-run business set within the estate of our arable farm and surrounded by 800 acres of award-winning farm and woodland. Hawton Waters boasts a stunning 14-acre fishing lake and has an array of walkways including those along the river Devon which flows through our estate. Our facilities include secure storage for caravans, motorhomes & other vehicles

CL Site Facilities

Electric Hook Up
Adults Only
Near Village / Town
Town/Village within 1 mile
Dogs allowed
Near Public Transport
Working Farm
Fresh Water
Motorhomes welcome
Pub within 1 mile
Rubbish collection
Chemical Disposal
Hardstandings Available
Off Grid (No EHU)

Annual Rates & Pricing Information

Our rate is £20/night including EHU for 2 adults. Awnings and any additional persons are charged at £1 each/night. We welcome well behaved dogs as long as kept on lead at all times and are cleared up after. We take 50% deposit to secure the booking.

Rules for this site

Earliest arrival time : 12:30

Latest departure time : 11:00


Adults Only, Dogs allowed (well behaved and on leads), No parking cars by the lakeside to stay overnight or fish

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Location

Must See Attractions & Landmarks

Newark is a thriving market town located just off the A1 on the east side of Nottinghamshire. The historic and picturesque market town boasts many heritage attractions and activities along with a range of hotels and breakfasts for an overnight stay. Famed for its role in the English Civil War, one of the town's main historic attractions is Newark Castle. The castle was a Royalist stronghold but its key position on the banks of the River Trent meant that the castle has been severely damaged over the years. In 2015, the National Civil War Centre opened as the UK's only museum dedicated to telling the story of the brutal conflict. You can also take the Nottinghamshire Civil War trail which takes you to the key locations around the town of Newark as well as other sites in Nottinghamshire related to this turbulent chapter in our history. As well as the markets in Newark, shoppers can also head to the Buttermarket for indoor shopping and well known high street brands. There are also plenty of antique and vintage shops dotted around the town which are perfect if you enjoy looking for treasures. For aviation enthusiasts, Newark Air Museum is a must-see attraction. As well as having a wide range of aeroplanes to see (including a Vulcan, Buccaneer and Hawker), the museum hosts a wide range of events including open cockpit events. Sitting in the grounds of a former farmhouse, you'll also find the National Holocaust Centre and Museum, an educational facility and rememberance centre which promotes an understanding of the roots of discrimination and prejudice and emphasises how we must examine and learn from tragedies such as the Holocaust. With so much history and heritage in Newark, there are plenty of things to see and do and the town is a great base for exploring nearby attractions, including Sherwood Forest and the historic town of Southwell.

Belvoir Castle

Newark Castle & Gardens

Newark Air Museum

CAMC Page

Availability

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You can ARRIVE on a Green Day 4 You can DEPART on a GREEN 6 or the next GREEN/RED 7 Day. You cannot arrive or stay over on a GREEN/RED day.

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FROM: £20.00