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Visitor Reviews - Longleat Caravan and Motorhome Club Site

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Longleat Caravan and Motorhome Club Site
Longleat
Warminster
Wiltshire   (Browse area)
BA12 7NL   See Map                                 Share Google Plus  Tweet This!  Share on Facebook
Tel: 01985 844663

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Pitches: 164
Open: 18/03 To 03/01

Rating: Average Review Score: 9/10 from 128 Reviews
              9/10 from 128 Reviews


Units accepted:   No Tents  Caravans  Motorhomes 

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Date of Visit: July 2017 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Rob White99 1 review from this member

Quite a nice Caravan Club site - and up to their usual standards - but the directions on this (UK Campsite) website on how to get there are no longer accurate. I gather that access via the Longleat Estate was stopped a little while ago, so you need to follow the instructions on the Caravan Club website and scroll down and then click on the ‘map’ tab (just above where the table of prices begins) it not only shows you a helpful map but also detailed instructions on how to get there from the A362 at Lane End. In short, follow your sat nav to the White Hart (Postcode BA12 7PH) then follow the brown tourist signs in a southerly direction to the campsite.

Date of Visit: April 2017 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Frannyvan 17 reviews from this member

This is our 2nd time to Longleat with about a 3 year gap. The site is run really well, with lovely clean facilities - shame that all campers don't treat the facilities with respect and leave toilet paper and sanitary products on the floor. Nice, hot, free running showers. Washing up was excellent, as is the first place I've been where the water is hot enough to wear gloves. Friendly wardens and a little shop with all the basics.

The play park is far too small for the site, but my kids enjoyed riding round the site on their bikes. Lots of kids learning to ride without stabilisers, including our 4 year old, who didn't want to leave.

Proximity to Longleat is amazing, meaning we could walk back for lunch and enjoy it in comfort. Shame you can no longer wander into Longleat without a day ticket. We used Tesco vouchers for Day 1 and then extended our tickets for £10 each - meaning we spent 2 days in the park for £40 cash for 4 of us and take it really easy.

Shopping - there's a large Asda in Frome just a few minutes drive, plus Lidl and a Poundland which was great for a few essential pieces of tat, such a a badminton set, frisbee and washing up brushes.

We also managed days out to Street (Clarks designer outlet village) about and hour away and Weston Super Mare, which was probably a bit too far away. Lots of info in their little tourist info room about days out, local walks, eateries etc.

One little tip - avoid the area towards the play park, as there are Emus in the field behind the hedge. They woke us up about 5am every morning, with a drumming sound, that they make in their chests, which sounds like someone playing the Bongos!

Date of Visit: October 2016 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Jayarbee 29 reviews from this member


This was our second visit to Longleat with a 7 year gap.

You must take care on the first bit from the White Hart down to the site. We met a 4x4 just after we turned in and needed to back up. I would respectfully suggest slow and easy for that bit.

Easy run in to reception where a lovely warden made it nice and easy to book in and helped us pick a pitch to suit us.

This is quite a big site, about 165 spaces. There is a dog walk and a children's playground. Also I believe a playroom. I believe all pitches are hardstanding with ehu.

If you go at the right time you are met with a beautiful profusion of begonias courtesy of the warden. There also seemed to be and extraordinary number of trees which was nice.

This is a C. C. Site so no surprises. Nice clean, tidy and well run site. Lavatories and showers kept nice and clean but like all C. C. Showers the cubicles are too small.

Last time we were there we could walk in the grounds up to the house but Longleat no longer allow this. There is a barrier and manned ticket booth where we used to walk. This has nothing to do with the Caravan Club. They have no choice in the matter.

The reception sell a few things, including newspapers, but for other shopping you will need to go to either Frome or Warminster for Asda or Waitrosse.

Because of the peculiar location there doesn't seem to be a lot you can do direct from the site. I imagine most people who go here go to visit Longleat attractions. I believe it may be advantageous to visit the C. C. And Longleat websites prior to going as I believe you can get preferential deals if you do so before you leave home. These might no be available if you try on the day.

However Stourhead is a place you must visit. The gardens are superb.

More than this I don't think I can help you. We only went for three days purely to visit Stourhead.

Worth mentioning however is that at night you can hear the lions and sea-lions quite close. Quite a thing.

Date of Visit: August 2016 Unit:  Campervan Rating:
Reviewer: Bluevw 4 reviews from this member

We have just returned after the August bank holiday, great site very clean and tidy, friendly staff and a great place to take young children, ours 2 & 4 loved it. With the added benefit of being in the safari estate grounds and about 50yard walk to the safari park itself was great. We had a two day pass to the park and you can leave and enter as frequently as you like just have your day pass checked by the person in the little shed at the back entrance. We heard the sea lions barking and other animals at night and in the early hours barking, which just added to the excitement of the visit. The only downside was the fish and chip van that visits the site on a Friday, the battered fish was small and thin which made it over cooked and was sadly more batter than fish.

Date of Visit: July 2016 Unit:  Campervan Rating:
Reviewer: Sarahprice66 1 review from this member

This was our first time of staying in a caravan club campsite. It was myself and husband (age 45) and our two daughters (aged 14 and 16). The directions there were great and when we rang to say we would be late, the staff were so friendly and helpful. The pitches felt very private and we were surrounded by trees with the sound of Longleat's lions and sealions making lots of noises, which we thought was great. The campsite was immaculate. We will be visiting again soon.

Date of Visit: March 2016 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Stick1in 1 review from this member

We stayed there over the easter weekend. The site was very clean and extremely well maintained. The staff were very helpful. The shop was well stocked the basics. The toilet blocks were fresh and modern and also well maintained. The play area was suitable for younger children. All in all a great site and we shall definitely be going back there again

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