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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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Rating: Average Review Score: 8/10 from 46 Reviews
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Date of Visit: June 2015 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Feisty Freddie 6 reviews from this member

Do you ever read reviews and wonder if they were at the same site as you? This site is maintained to the highest standard and customer care is second to none. Some people object to having their caravans sited for them - we think it just saves us a job! And it was done with considerable care and levelled for us. The fully serviced pitch included aerial point but we didn't find we needed it. A bit odd parking cars in the car park but not a problem as cars are allowed on site for loading, dropping people off, etc. The toilet facility was as clean as any we have seen and cleaners were there twice a day to our knowledge. We NEVER had to wait for a toilet/shower cubicle to become available and the site was full for the duration of our visit. Ground staff were friendly, helpful and courteous at all times. The local shop might not be Waitrose, but it stocked everything you might need and they were very friendly. The pub served good food at good prices. My single quibble would be the internet connection which was intermittent and not very reliable especially for the price. We will definitely use the site again if we are in this area.

Date of Visit: April 2015 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Sparkiesdad 4 reviews from this member

Visited this site for the first time at Easter (First time out in new van).

Other reviews have already covered most of the issues but I would like to add that at bank holidays you can only book for 7 nights. I do agree that this is a very nice site and for adults only which is a first for us and was a major success especially at school holiday time. There is a surplus of signs though-out beginning 'do not' but understandable considering todays tendencies.

The toilet facilities were always immaculate and this rather underlined that this was an adults only site.

We have an active Springer Spaniel which needs off lead exercise. This is difficult at this site and area, The lake is only 2/3 hundred yards away but the water authority operates an on-lead policy so this was not ideal for us.

The policy of parking tow cars away from the pitch is probably going to mean we will not visit this site in future, I never realised how inconvenient this would be. The pitches are very well laid out and would not be accessible without the sites push pull machines to site and remove the vans. Once an awning is erected there is no further room for a tow vehicle to park. Even if you do not erect an awning you are still not permitted to keep a tow car on your pitch. Whilst this maximises the available space for the owners it is very inconvenient when in our case we keep certain things in the car, if its wet then you are wet when you reach your car.

I would add that this does not of course apply to campervans. The roads are all gravel so moving any wheeled item is difficult. TV reception was for us very patchy, The service pitches all had plugin tv points but not the rest which is unusual. As this is not a cheap site we thought this was mean.

Date of Visit: April 2015 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Brown2368 4 reviews from this member

Excellent facilities. Very Quiet. Good base to visit Bath or Bristol. All pitches are hard standing. Only able to book minimum of 3 nights over weekends. Could do with a separate area where you can wash and toilet and not have to wait for individual cubicles to become available especially when site is busy

Date of Visit: March 2015 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Iggycamper 36 reviews from this member

Positives:

Quiet. Very tidy. Pleasant reception.

Very clean and warm washrooms.

Negatives:

Had to pay full price in advance with no refund if we didn't turn up for any reason.

Not disabled friendly! Gravel paths throughout prevent use of wheelchair or mobility scooter.

Dog walk very restricted - doggie must stay on lead.

Too many rules and signs! (Don't use this gate, don't go this way etc etc. )

Site a bit 'twee' but designed for quiet British pensioners we guess!

Approach lanes a bit grotty. Local village a tad run-down.

Found individual washrooms a bit oppressive especially with no daylight.

Toilets equipped with the cheapest, thinnest toilet paper in the world!

Prefer more sociable combined facilities!

Some pitches very close together.

Very expensive for what it offers.

About double the price of much better sites in Spain and Portugal!

Not recommended despite the pleasant lady on reception! Sorry!

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: June 2014 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Davy Ramage 1 review from this member

I stayed at Chew Valley with my wife in June and it was a wonderful place to be. We have been caravanning for almost twenty years and have been a lot of places and we consider this to be one of the best we have visited. The pitches were an excellent size, the facilities were well maintained and modern. We really loved the fact that the sink, toilet and shower were all in the same area. The staff were very kind and helpful. It was in an ideal location for visiting Bath and Bristol. We are more than likely to return.

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