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Visitor Reviews - Waterrow Touring Park

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Waterrow Touring Park
Waterrow
Wiveliscombe
Taunton
Somerset   (Browse area)
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Tel: 01984 623464

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Pitches: 43
Open: Open All Year

Rating: Average Review Score: 9/10 from 93 Reviews
              9/10 from 93 Reviews


Units accepted:   No Tents  Caravans  Motorhomes Caravan Storage Storage 

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Date of Visit: December 2017 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: AndrewMoorey 28 reviews from this member

Here for new year at a gem of a touring park. Full to capacity we have to agree with all the accolades that preceded this review. Our hosts have really gone the extra mile to make this an exceptionally nice place to stay. They even laid on a new year celebration at a nearby hotel including coach travel to and from. Unfortunately we couldn’t leave the dogs so had to pass on this. Many of the other visitors have really pushed the boat out with decorating their vans and pitches, it’s very colourful and cheery.

We have visited nearby Wiveliscombe and recommend the White Hart and the Bear for eats and drinks, The Bear is a bit basic but the fare was good. We also tried the local ‘pub’ The Rock Inn and fell foul of the miserable harridan that runs the place as we committed three cardinal sins by not pre booking, not being residents of the establishment and having the audacity to take our dogs with us. Suffice to say after a very unwelcoming reception and the feeling that we were inconveniencing them by wanting to eat there we left.

Coming back to the locale we spent a lovely day at Dunster, mooching round the boutique shops and cafes and a very pleasant walk around Dunster Castle and the gardens. If the weather had been kinder we would have carried on to the beach afterwards but retired to the Luttrell Arms for a superb lunch.

Date of Visit: August 2017 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Cclcfc 10 reviews from this member

Stayed over for one night at Waterrow as part of a Motorhome holiday trip down to Devon and Cornwall.

We were hiring the motorhome and after being let down badly on the pick up time it was become increasing obvious we weren’t going to make it for the 6pm arrival cut off.

I called ahead and they couldn’t be more helpful. Took away all the stress I was feeling and assured me that everything would be fine even if we arrived late.

We finally got there at 8pm but luckily it was well worth it as it really is a lovely site. Set just off a B road alongside a lovely stream the pitches are all separated by neat hedges and is very neat and tidy.

The facilities were spotless with plenty of toilets, showers and washing up facilities. The site seemed virtually full but there was no waiting at any point.

There is a nice small dog walk that is fenced in and also a nice walk alongside the stream.

The next day, before we left, we walked through the nature reserve which is next door to the site which is a nice if not a slightly tricky walk in places. Lovely for our dog though as plenty of places for her to investigate.

Would highly recommend this site and cannot thank them enough for being so understanding about our arrival.

Date of Visit: July 2017 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Maryakadragon 2 reviews from this member

We had a lovely week at Waterow. Adults only site.

It is a beautiful well kept site,

Very nice pitches very clean facilities.

Tranquil and scenic too, so if its a chill time your after

Its the place to go.

Good pub just 300yds away,

Would recommend it to anyone.

Date of Visit: June 2017 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Normansky 6 reviews from this member

Just returned from a weeks holiday at this site and it was a perfect spot. We had a lovely sunny pitch (when the sun was out!) which was fully serviced. It was quiet, and the facilities were clean and warm. I did like the fact the loos were separate from the showers!. There are a few walks from the site which you can purchase for a small fee, we only did a couple but it was good to get a few walks directly from the site. The pub is a short stroll away and we had an excellent meal there. There are local shops and a co-op just a couple of miles away.

Further afield, you are about 20 mins from exmoor, an hour from lynmouth and all the beautiful areas around there. It's a good base to explore north Devon and Somerset from.

Date of Visit: May 2017 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Johndavis 10 reviews from this member

This is a pretty, quiet and peaceful adult only site, nestling in the valley of the River Tone in the Brendon Hills. Easy to find on the road between Bampton and Wiveliscombe. We stayed just the one night (but will be back) and arrived to find the site around half full after the weekend. Quite a lot of seasonal vans in storage and out on pitches. The wardens were friendly and efficient. The showers/toilets/info/washing facilities are all contained within a barn building. Everything was absolutely spotless. The water in the showers was piping hot. Reception doubles as a tiny shop and the printed price list we were given was a nice touch.

Our pitch (hardstanding) was a good size and we were able to enjoy the sun all day. TV reception is limited on site, though we managed to pick up a few channels using our van's ariel. Unlike the nearby Exe Valley site, TV cables are not available free of charge though were in the shop to buy.

Pitches are fairly well screened from each other. There is a pretty walk down to a stretch of the river which was bone dry in the recent spell of drought but obviously becomes muddy in the wet weather. Dogs can be walked here and there is a smallish enclosure which they can also use.

The local area is extremely pretty and on this occasion we visited Wiveliscombe which has some nice little shops, and Wimbleball Lake. There is a pub just a couple of hundred yards from the site but we didn't visit it.

I didn't see any local walks advertised in the site's info centre, though I'm sure the wardens would have helped. I did find a tough but rewarding uphill walk next to the pub which was worth it, both for the dappled sunlight though an avenue of trees, and the view from the top.

All in all, a lovely site, which would suit those who want a quiet stay in a beautiful tree-lined valley.

Date of Visit: April 2017 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Dave and Wendy 24 reviews from this member

3rd visit to this site. This site has got better since our last visit, improvements to the toilet/shower facilities have been carried out making them even better than they were. A small selection of food and spares can now be found in reception. A short walk takes you to a local pub (The Rock Inn)which serves good food and a good pint. NOT open at certain times so look on their website or check with them once you are there. If you are wanting to explore this area you can't go wrong using this site easy driving distance to exmoor national park. A short drive takes you into Wiviliscome for shops etc, and a 20min drive into Taunton.

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