We stayed here just 1 night, and found this a nice quiet country park, mainly caravans were pitched with awnings, and looked like they were seasonal. We had a pitch on hard standing, suited us perfectly with water and electric supply close by. It was very dark at night, no lighting at all, but the solar lights at various caravans provided some colourful lighting. Prepare by taking a torch with you! the toilet and shower block very clean and non slip floors, we didn't use the washup area, as you have to pay 20p, but we had our own facilities. The views were lovely of the lakes and streams, also the water mill was very quaint! it was a little strange to hear a sound of 'music' off site somewhere in the distance, maybe from another park in the area?, it went on until the small hours, but apart from this we found this a lovely site just to mention, we had a lovely drink in a local pub, The Rose and Crown, in Cannington, nearby, there are some 'interesting items all over, including the 'ceiling!'
A lovely quiet rural site, with excellent dog walking areas. We were placed on a hardstanding pitch which was excellent due to recent bad weather.
The site owner very friendly and had a good knowledge of the area if you needed it. The toilet block very clean, the only downside are the showers, they take a while to warm and just as you get a warm flow they stop, the shower cubicles have only a hook on the door so keeping all your things off the floor a bit of a juggling act, a small stool would have been great.
A lot of the pitches taken with sited tourers.
It is a fairy rural site and its a car journey to reach most places.
We would certainly be more than happy to return to this site and would recommend it for a lovely peaceful and relaxing holiday.
What a lovely site in rural Somerset. One thing that I loved about the site was the complete lack of noise, in fact the loudest noise I heard was birdsong, closely followed by rain unfortunately, the site coped well with this.
The facilities on site are sufficient with clean wash areas and clean toilets. Although there are only two showers for each gender there was never a need to queue. My only gripe was that the showers were of the push button timed type, by the time warm water came out the flow had stopped, very annoying.
I can't really think of anything else to moan about, the site cleanliness was good, there is a small shop open twice a day. Apparently there is a small swimming pool but when my daughter made enquires she was told it's only open at peak summer times.
The location is good, you're only 15 minutes a way from the big supermarkets in Bridgwater and 30 minutes from the coast. Brean sands is about an hour away.
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