Whether you prefer taking long, leisurely holidays or short breaks in the UK, your holiday home will be your base so it needs to really feel like your home from home. The home itself will be your main venue so it needs to be comfortable; somewhere you can go back to at the end of each day and just relax. The location of your holiday home is also paramount because you will need to avoid cabin fever by ensuring there’s plenty of entertainment in the area, it is best to look at the availability of both daytime and evening excursions to add as much variety as possible.
Abbots Salford is a quaint Warwickshire village, within a comfortable distance of Evesham, Stratford-Upon-Avon and the Cotswolds. It offers escapism with a slice of rural life in the heart of England but still benefits from its convenient proximity to amenities and excursions that help you to make the most of your holiday. Abbots Salford belongs to the parish of Salford Priors which has a rich history in connection with the English Civil War and amidst its designated conservation areas are plenty of historical gems, like Salford Hall which dates from the 15th century.
Of course, any British village would be incomplete without its very own pub and Abbots Salford’s The Bell provides a very warm welcome. This excellent country pub offers a wide selection of cask ales and locally brewed beers. What’s more, The Bell boasts a mouth-watering, locally sourced menu which may change daily, but always features some good old fashioned pub favourites.
The holiday park at Abbots Salford is set amongst a 40 acre meadow which sits beside the river. There are plenty of onsite amenities like the Clubhouse and Lounge Bar, the shop, the laundrette and the cafeteria which offers indoor and alfresco dining. All of the homes in the park have access to free Wi-Fi, full underground services and year-round residential staff. The interiors are comfortable, spacious and neutral so that you and your friends or family can make your own mark on it.
So with all that is on offer, why not explore Abbots Salford for yourself?