Bablock Hythe, Northmoor, Oxfordshire, OX29 5AT
01865 882236 or 07881 923924
Bablock Hythe is a well kept secret, a quiet hideaway nestled in beautiful Oxfordshire countryside, beside the river Thames. With landscaped grounds, a mile of waterside frontage, boat moorings and river fishing, you’ll never want to leave.
Bablock Hythe caravan site is located in the Vale of the White Horse, 12 miles west of the historic city of Oxford and fifteen miles south of Woodstock and Blenheim Palace.
The park offers static holiday caravans for sale, a couple of holiday caravans for hire, boat moorings and fishing docks. A resident Manager lives on site all year to assist you in the summer and look after your holiday home in the winter.
Caravans For Sale
We sell new and used static holiday caravans, which can be used between 1st April and 31st October, and the 2020 annual rent is from £2,508.
The following caravans are currently sited on the park and available for viewing:
* The price shown is the cost of the caravan. For more information on the costs involved in buying a new or used caravan please see our Frequently Asked Questions page.
Caravans For Hire
We have two 3 bedroom caravans available for hire on a weekly basis from Saturday to Saturday, between April and October. Please call head office on 01243 514433 to enquire about availability or make a booking.
25/09/20 Update – Both hire caravans are now fully booked until the end of the season.
|1 Apr - 4 Apr (3 nights)||£95|
|4 Apr - Apr 11||£300|
|Apr 11 - Apr 18||£300|
|Apr 18 - Apr 25||£280|
|Apr 25 - May 2||£290|
|May 2 - May 9||£330|
|May 9 - May 16||£305|
|May 16 - May 23||£305|
|May 23 - May 30||£360|
|May 30 - Jun 6||£315|
|Jun 6 - Jun 13||£315|
|Jun 13 - Jun 20||£345|
|Jun 20 - Jun 27||£375|
|Jun 27 - Jul 4||£420|
|Jul 4 - Jul 11||£420|
|Jul 11 - Jul 18||£420|
|Jul 18 - Jul 25||£420|
|Jul 25 - Aug 1||£420|
|Aug 1 - Aug 8||£420|
|Aug 8 - Aug 15||£420|
|Aug 15 - Aug 22||£420|
|Aug 22 - Aug 29||£420|
|Aug 29 - Sep 5||£400|
|Sep 5 - Sep 12||£270|
|Sep 12 - Sep 19||£245|
|Sep 19 - Sep 26||£230|
|Sep 26 - Oct 3||£230|
|Oct 3 - Oct 10||£230|
|Oct 10 - Oct 17||£230|
|Oct 17 - Oct 24||£230|
|Oct 24 - Oct 31||£240|
Caravan bookings commence at 3.00pm on Saturday and end at 10.00am on the following Saturday. Caravans cannot be booked for periods of less than one week. VAT is included in the hire prices shown above.
Both hire caravans are kitted out with crockery, cutlery, kitchen utensils, duvets, pillows, colour television, and microwave oven. A full inventory will be sent with your Final Booking Receipt. You will need to bring your own linen (sheets, pillow cases and duvet covers) and towels. Coin operated laundry facilities are available on site, near to the hire caravans. Free wifi is included.
Dogs are permitted with a signed Dog Agreement form.
Please phone Head Office on 01243 514433 to check availability and reserve your caravan. We will then post/email a Booking Form to you, or you can download and complete this Booking Form and post it back to us with a deposit of £65. If you have a dog, please also return a completed Dog Agreement form.
Boat Moorings & Fishing
We have 40 docks for mooring boats and river fishing. Boats can be used from April to October, and stored on park through the winter.
Boat mooring £39.00 PER FOOT per year plus VAT plus a £102 Environment Agency charge.
Canoe/Dinghy/Punt mooring £40 per year plus VAT plus a £102 Environment Agency charge.
Fishing £168 per year plus VAT plus a £102 Environment Agency charge. You will also need to have an Environment Agency Rod Fishing Licence (which can be bought from the Post Office or online) and please note that no fishing is permitted during the fish spawning period from 16 March to 16 June.
Bablock Hythe is located 12 miles west of Oxford.
Things To Do
Bablock Hythe is located on the river Thames, near Oxford, and there is lots to do in the area. Highlights include walking/boating/fishing on the river Thames, and visiting Blenheim Palace and historic Oxford.
Towns – Picturesque local villages include Woodstock, Letchlade, Bibury, Stanton Harcourt and Longmoor, and the famous university town of Oxford is only twelve miles away.
Museums – Oxford offers the Ashmolean, the Natural History museum and the Pitt Rivers museum. There is also the Railway Centre at Didcot, the Vale & Downland museum at Wantage, and the Pendon model railways museum at Long Wittenham.
Nature – The Cotswold Wildlife Park & Gardens at Burford, and the Crocodile Zoo at Brize Norton.
Entertainment – There are cinemas in Oxford, Abingdon and Whitney, and a selection of theatres in Oxford.
Eating & Drinking – The Ferryman Inn is located adjacent to the park. Other local pubs include the Red Lion at Northmoor and the Rose Revived pub at the New Bridge. There is a good selection of restaurants in Whitney and Oxford.
Activities – For walking there are lots of footpaths in the area. The 184 mile Thames Path National Trail passes the park entrance, and the Great Ridge Way can be picked up between Swindon and Princes Riseborough. You can play golf at Frilford Heath. Horse riding at Southmoor. Swimming at the Witney Leisure Centre. Boating in the river Thames from the banks of the park. Boat hire is available at the Rose Revived Pub and Farmoor. Sailing in the lakes at the West Oxfordshire Sailing Club.