Somers Wood ‘Things to do this year’ where do you start!

Set amongst ancient Warwickshire woodland in the very heart of England, Tranquil Parks Somers – 13680352_1309589572392118_3484997110535123046_o (1)Wood Caravan Park offers year round 5-star luxury facilities with a friendly welcome; just for grown ups.

You’ll find country walks, Stonebridge Golf Centre and Packington Coarse Fishery adjacent to the park, traditional shops and hostelries in Meriden village and convenient routes to the National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham, Coventry, Warwick and Shakespeare’s Stratford-upon-Avon.
Serenity in the heart of an historic woodland with golf and fishing adjacent to the park, Somers Wood is ideally situated for transport and midland visitor attractions.


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Stratford-upon-Avon water meadow is the ideal place to watch the world go by. Shop in the town’s medieval streets or visit Shakespeares birthplace and tomb.


Coventry’s Modern Cathedral

Coventry’s Modern Cathedral stands adjacent to the medieval cathedral destroyed in 1942. This area also includes 11Cent St Mary’s Abbey, 14th Century Holy Trinity Church and St Mary’s Guildhall.


Conventry Transport Museum.

Coventry Transport Museum houses Europe’s finest collection of of British vehicles and its free admission Easy to reach in the centre of Coventry City, 15mins from your pitch at Tranquil Parks ‘for grown ups’ Somers Wood.


The Black Country Living Museum.

The  midlands’ association with car building is show-cased at the British Motor Museum at Gaydon, 25mins from your pitch at Tranquil Parks ‘for grown ups’ Somers Wood site. 


National Trust – Baddesley Clinton.

A short drive to Knowle brings you to the moated tudor house at National Trust – Baddesly Clinton one of the midlands’ premier stately homes.


National Trust – Charlecote Park

Set on the banks of the River Avon in beautiful Warwickshire countryside, National Trust – Charlecote Park includes 185 acres of grounds and deer park landscaped by Capability Brown.


Warwick Castle

Towering above the River Avon, the fortress of Warwick Castle stands majestic over the medieval Warwickshire town.

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The Royal Air Force Museum, Cosford’

From WW1 aircraft through to WW2 Spitfires and Hurricanes to the gigantic nuclear V bombers, The Royal Air Force Museum, Cosford is one not to miss. Free entry.

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Hatton Locks

Hatton Locks lower the Grand Union Canal down the steep hillside into medieval Warwick, once the main Birmingham- London cargo route.

The English city with more miles of canal side than Venice? Birmingham is an exciting, multicultural 13701051_1309591062391969_3508298442267639724_ocity. So easy to reach from your pitch at Tranquil Parks ‘for grown ups’ Somers Wood. 


Kenilworth Castle

Across the valley from Warwick Castle lies 11th Century Kenilworth Castle, it’s staterooms and gardens rebuilt to entertain Elizabeth I.