Detectival

Bringing the World of Metal Detecting Together

Accommodation

Event Camping and vehicles

Camping is in a private field and is very basic, there are no luxuries, if possible bring your own drinking water, bottled water will be on sale during the weekend (portable toilets are available but no showers. Cold water taps will be on site - NOT SUITABLE FOR DRINKING).

The ground is not perfectly smooth so come prepared. 

Arrival for 3-day campers and those staying on site will be 2.00pm Thursday 14th September.

Arrival for 2-day attendees camping will be after 4.00pm Friday 15th September.

No arrivals in the camp field after 11.00pm at night - refer to our 'no noise' policy.

All campers need to be off site by 11:00am Monday 18th September.

A pasture field has been set aside for camping and caravans / campers etc, if you are camping please bring along a blow up mattress or camp-bed as the ground is stony and uneven in places.

Please arrive at the camping together if you want your camping pitches to be together. Marshals will not be leaving gaps when directing you and your vehicle to your camping pitch.

Due to limited space only 1 car is able to go with the camp pitch. This is likely to be the car with the tent in. All other cars can be parked in the 'Day Parking' car park, which is a short walk from the camping area.

Once you have parked your vehicle in the camping area, it must stay there until you are leaving the rally, unless you have special permission. We do not want vehicles driving around the camp site.

If you do wish to see the local area, please park your car in the 'Day car parking area' while at the rally.

If you own a 4x4 please bring it as the UK weather can be very unpredictable. 

NO SMOKING IN PUBLIC MARQUEES / GAZEBOS OR TRADE STALLS - THIS IS ILLEGAL.

Supplies
There is a local village where you can buy basic supplies, the town of Burford is just down the road.

Hotels

Here are some suggested hotels near to the rally site

Please note : There are no hotels within walking distance of the dig site, the best transport method is by vehicle. As this is an open air event and we can not guarantee the UK weather bring a 4 x 4 if possible, you will be driving and parking in a field.

The Cotswold Plough Hotel & Restaurant : http://www.cotswoldsploughhotel.com/

Wyck Hill House Hotel : http://www.wyckhillhousehotel.co.uk/

Premier Inn Witney : http://www.premierinn.com

Burford House Hotel : http://www.burford-house.co.uk/

The Lamb Inn : http://www.shiptonlamb.co.uk/

Potters Hill Farm : http://www.country-accom.co.uk/potters-hill-farm/

The Five Alls : http://thefiveallsfilkins.co.uk/

The Kings Head Inn Bledington : http://thekingsheadinn.net/

Lamb Inn : http://www.thelambinn.com/

Travelodge Hotel - Cirencester (18 mls) : https://www.travelodge.co.uk

Travelodge Oxford Peartree (20 mls) : https://www.travelodge.co.uk/

Camping near to the rally

For those who want to stay on an organised camp site (with running water, showers, electric hook-ups, etc) here is a list of local places.

Cotswold View Camping - 01608 810314, distance approx 9 miles OX7 3JH Our top choice also B&B, farm cottages available, lots of camping pitches, showers, power outlets, pods, Wi-Fi.
Burford Caravan Club Site - Tel 01993 823080, distance approx 5 miles OX18 4JJ
Chipping Norton Camp Site - Tel 01608 641993, distance approx 7 miles OX7 3PE
Bridge House Campsite - 01367252348, distance approx 11 miles GL7 3AG
Abbey Home Farm - 01285 640441, distance approx 19 miles GL7 5HF
We accept no responsibilities if these camp sites are not as described on their web sites.