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Visitor Reviews - Cornish Farm Touring Park

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Cornish Farm Touring Park
Somerset   (Browse area)
TA3 7BS   See Map                                 Share Google Plus  Tweet This!  Share on Facebook
Tel: 01823 327746

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Pitches: 50
Open: Open All Year

Rating: Average Review Score: 9/10 from 57 Reviews
              9/10 from 57 Reviews

Units accepted:    Tents  Caravans  Motorhomes 

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Date of Visit: July 2015 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Stepperdoc 18 reviews from this member

This was our second visit to this site for 11 nights as we were visiting friends in Taunton. Previously we had used this as a stop-over on the way to Cornwall. We were allocated a grass pitch which we were pleased with (initially)as it was quite large compared to the many narrow hardstanding pitches dotted around the toilet block. The site wardens were friendly but not 'in your face'. There are many pros and cons in my opinion for this site as follows:-


1. Large grass pitch sizes with adjacent 10 amp hook up point.

2. Toilet block kept spotlessly clean.

3. The site is well situated for exploring the area including Minehead, Lyme Regis, Exeter, Weston-Super-Mare and Cheddar Gorge to name but a few.

4. A great walk to Taunton on mainly dedicated foot / cycle paths and through Vivary Park (2. 5 miles)


1. Traffic noise from the nearby M5 is constant day and night so this may put some people off.

2. There is a large barn building at the edge of the site and the smell of urine is overpowering when the wind is in the wrong direction.

3. The taps are push style with no means of attaching a hose so water sprays everywhere and it impossible to judge when the water will turn off.

4. The showers were luke-warm in the main and despite complaints to the wardens, nothing changed.

5. The pitch we were on was close to the route used by the majority of people to get to the one skip for rubbish so passing foot traffic was a problem.

6. No effort made to recycle any rubbish which is disappointing in this day and age.

7. The approach to the site narrows to one way on Killams LAne and we were narrowly missed by local traffic on a couple of occasions.

Overall, we enjoyed our stay but we would not go back for such a long period of time in the future.

Date of Visit: April 2015 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Mr Beanz 3 reviews from this member

Spent 5 nights at the site, booked a grass pitch with ehu. The wardens had mats in place before our arrival - to protect the grass - which indicates the level of care taken of the site. Site has 48 pitches and about half were in use. The majority of the used pitches appeared to be taken by long stay visitors.

The facilities block is relatively small (men: 2 showers, 2 toilet cubicles, 2 urinals, 3 washbasins, hand dryer, women: similar, I understand, with more cubicles!) but we're almost always empty when I visited them. They are spotlessly clean, warm (underfloor heating!), hand basins had handwash and water in showers became quickly warm with dry place for clothes and piped Radio 2!. Facilities for washing pots/pans are outside but covered with again plentiful hot water. Some of the best facilities I have come across.

The site was quiet with very helpful wardens who were often around but not obtrusive. The loudest noise comes from walking or driving on the gravel - some of the long term residents appeared to leave early in the morning - this was not a problem.

Nearest shop is about a mile away and there is no nearby pub however the centre of Taunton is only about 2. 5 miles away and can be cycled to largely by dedicated cycle route.

There are numerous water taps round the site but most are push button which seem to spray everywhere - this is one of the very few things I would change on the site. Also, not very green, all waste goes to landfill with no recycling.

There are no specific facilities for children - only one young child spotted during our stay - this is really a site for adults who value peace and quiet - apart from the ever present Motorway roar which I confess to not noticing after a while.

Would I stay again - definitely yes.

Date of Visit: November 2014 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Donna Michelle 8 reviews from this member

Easy to find and the site is well kept. Nice hot shower rooms that are extremely clean. Wardens are friendly and helpful. Small orchard to the side of the camp to take my dog for a walk.

The site is very close to the M5 so quite noisy, dogs are allowed to be off the lead on the site and one of the dogs wandered over and snapped at mine which was on a tie up cable, not much to do without using transport, no local pub to wander to. Free WiFi but it is a very weak signal.

Date of Visit: October 2014 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Nanmoff 3 reviews from this member

After coming off ferry from Spain found this near perfect campsite. Rather hard to find but when you get there can't ask for more the cleanest well kept site have seen for a long time nice hot showers just what we needed. Small amount of food goods would have been good though sugar milk nothing out of the ordinary just the basics.

Date of Visit: July 2014 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Mallory 1 review from this member

We stayed on this site for three nights as our first venture out in our motorhome as we were having an alarm and solar panel fitted. It was easy to find with good signage and first impressions were that it was clean, tidy and well kept. The wardens were very helpful and friendly. The hard standing gravel pitch had a grass area beside it with a picnic bench for us to use.

It has electric hook up, fresh water filling points, grey water disposal, washing up facility and a chemical disposal point.

The site was very quiet (apart from the low drone of the M5 which wasn't a problem) and we were close to the toilets. The toilets and showers were clean well appointed and had piped music.

The site is close to Taunton and many other places of interest. We visited Vivary Park and Hestercombe Gardens. There was also an orchard next to the site were we could walk our little dog.

Everyone on the site were friendly and helpful to us as newbies to motor homing. I would recommend this for not just an overnight stop over but also a longer base to explore Somerset.

Date of Visit: May 2014 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Woodenfeet 19 reviews from this member

We booked here for two nights in order to visit Taunton on our way to Devon. The site was as described by other reviewers, clean and well maintained. The pitch sizes were generous and hard standings level.

Having read the review about some noise from the adjacent M5 I had wrongly assumed that it would be just off the motorway at J25 but satnav saved the day again!

It was too far for us to walk to the city but we rang for a taxi which dropped us in the centre of Taunton. A lovely place which we would be happy to visit again and explore further.

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