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Visitor Reviews - Bath Chew Valley Caravan Park

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Bath Chew Valley Caravan Park
Ham Lane
Bishop Sutton
Bath
Somerset   (Browse area)
BS39 5TZ   See Map                                 Share Google Plus  Tweet This!  Share on Facebook
Tel: 01275 332 127

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Pitches: 45
Open: Open All Year

Rating: Average Review Score: 8/10 from 41 Reviews
              8/10 from 41 Reviews


Units accepted:    Tents  Caravans  Motorhomes 

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Reviews:  41 in total, now showing 1 to 6                 Previous 6          Next 6
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Date of Visit: September 2014 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Elizahigham 16 reviews from this member

We stayed for three nights at this site to visit family in Bristol. Ideally situated, easy access, albeit down a narrow lane, but for the last section it was one-way, so no fear of meeting another vehicle. Very warm welcome, shown to our pitch. The pitches are spacious and level. The site is kept immaculate by an active but discrete team of workers, who never fail to acknowledge you. The individual shower/toilets are delightful. Always clean and plenty of hot water. The site warden visited us to explain that a 'Music Festival' was due to take place, nearby, on the Saturday and Sunday of our visit. They had no prior knowledge of this so told us that if we were unhappy they would move us to an entirely different site or if the noise levels disturbed us they would refund our nightly fee. As it happened the music didn't disturb us at all, but we were grateful for the forewarning. We will most certainly stay at this site again.

Date of Visit: May 2014 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Greg M 6 reviews from this member

Well I am a little late putting a review on here but I promised I would place one.

First off, we thought the price was quite pricey before we got there, my view now is it is worth every penny.

If people are thinking of starting a campsite visit this site.

Staff are very obliging, the shower /toilet facilities are nothing short of faultless. One little thing I would advise, have a method of showing the shower/toilet you are using has an engaged symbol.

We had a cat with us and it was nice to know dogs are on restricted leads.

There is a pub within 5 minutes walk, very nice owner and really nice food, also a post office which despite being small seems to stock everything you could ever need. First rate thank you. We will be back, the Chew Valley Lake is a short cycle away and well worth a trip.

Highly recommend this site.

PS The hire care is a little gem

Date of Visit: March 2014 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Alanterri 30 reviews from this member

A very user friendly well organised site. The clever bit is they site your

Caravan onto a fully serviced pitch or one with electric. They even make sure your lateral level is perfect leaving you to level longitudinally.

There are a good number of individual self contained bathrooms. Sheer bliss. The welcome sign made up from winter flowers proves the attention to fine detail.

400 yards away is a general store. All you need including papers and good value wine. The Red Lion serves a good pint and enjoyable grub.

The dog walk could be better and allow do off the lead. Chew Lake is a sight to see.

16 amp electric fully serviced pitch with your own mini garden. Lovely. One for a return visit.

Date of Visit: January 2014 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Tony + Marg 26 reviews from this member

Visited this great site to celebrate a birthday and New Year. Access down Ham Lane both when arriving and leaving was a bit tight owing to a couple of parked cars, but not a big deal.

Access on this thoughtfully laid out and well kept site is very easy even with a 9m unit.

The pitches are cleverly positioned giving areas of a few units and a higher level of privacy than you would expect. All the christmas Lights gave the site a great festive atmoshere

The unisex toilet and showers are in large individual units which were heated and spotlessly clean and are amongst the best we have ever used.

Lots of hooks and surfaces to put things on and not have to worry about getting them wet when stepping out of the shower.

It was if someone had taken all the best parts from other sites and put them together here.

As it has been mentioned before, easy to see why this site has won so many awards.

We used the Red Lion in the village which was friendly and we can recommend the food. Bar had a good range of beers and wines and it is a 3 minute walk from the site.

We also went into Bath (25 min drive)and visited and used the Roman Baths, expensive but memorable to be in the hot bath on the top floor out in the open in December in the rain!

Date of Visit: November 2013 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Gainfield 8 reviews from this member

Easy to understand the awards this site has received.

Where do you start,

Thoughtfully laid out with excellent shrub borders between pitches, Facilities best we have have seen

Very sensible.

There is a nice walk upto the lake via the country park, cafe by the lake is very reasonable and has a wide selection of food, very busy while we were there considering the time of year.

The Red Lion a short walk away was also reasonable and very friendly. There is also a very good Indian restaurant(sutton Spice) which is at the Sutton Wick end of the village, beyond that there is a Farm Shop and cafe well stocked and varied menu.

For those like us who have to rely on buses rather than move the Motorhome, the buses are few and far between but reliable, we found the local bus travellers very helpful with finding the stops in Bath and Bristol.

Date of Visit: October 2013 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Maysie 5 reviews from this member

We have just returned from a very relaxing and chilled out week on this beautiful and extremely peaceful site. The garden style layout with borders/trees/shrubs gives privacy and is really charming; we just loved the look of it all and it is extremely well maintained. Staff are attentive, friendly and welcoming. We are more than capable of pitching and levelling our 'van but completely happy to let them do it for you as per their rules. They have a most efficient system which works well and everything is dealt with quickly. A well-oiled machine!

The many individual bathrooms with toilet/shower/sink/hair and hand dryers are fantastic. Each one is differently laid out and they are immaculate. They are cleaned many times a day; staff seemed to get to the last one and then start again we reckon as they were always spotless! They were also wonderfully warm; a joy to use to be honest.

We had a fully serviced pitch with electric/tv point/waste and water on tap and it was just brilliant. Not having to empty the wastemaster or refill the aquaroll was worth the extra £2 pn in our opinion.

Recycling facilities are excellent and we liked the lovely utility room with freezer / handwashing sink / dishwashing sink / 2 x washers and dryers. Separate room with sink for washing out the toilet cassette. We particularly liked the small free library of books and our most favourite things were the leaflets with walks written by a local enthusiast. We followed 5 of these walks around lakes and reservoirs and the most beautiful countryside - so many places to walk it really is a wonderful location.

You can leave the car on site and walk for the day or catch a bus from the village, a 2 minute walk up the lane. There are so many pubs in the area (again another helpful guide has been prepared for you to take away) and we managed to visit a few, eating out many times. If you want a reasonably priced meal the Red Lion in the village is nothing fancy (proper locals pub) but the meals are generous good pub grub and good value for money. We ate there twice as it was nice to stroll over for dinner and then back to the site to chill. If you follow the guided walks make sure you do the one starting at the Kings Arms pub at Litton. A glorious 3. 5 mile walk around a beautiful reservoir and you can finish at the Kings Arms for a drink. It is one of the most gorgeous pubs we have ever seen - just loved it and next time we will eat there. Menu is pricey so we gave it a miss after eating out so many times already but we wish we had now. One for next time!

So, as you will see, we loved this site and will definitely return at some point. The only small criticism I have is the price of the internet which is quite steep at £12 for a week I think but then you do not have to have it! I do like to log on of an evening so was happy to pay the price and the connection worked well and never let me down. Do try this site; you won't be disappointed at all, it is lovely.

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