Opening Dates this year: 12/04/2021 to 21/11/2021 Opening Dates next year: 04/03/2022 to 20/11/2022
AA Campsite of the Year 2018
This adult only site is set in gloriously tranquil and unspoilt countryside with panoramic views of the Mendip Hills and surrounding area. Offering larger than average spacious landscaped pitches for caravans, motorhomes, tents and RVs, plus a range of glamping accommodation.
The perfect 'get away from it all' spot to enjoy walking, cycling, touring or simply relaxing amongst the abundant wildlife. A chance to relax, unwind and recharge your batteries.
Two spotlessly clean amenity blocks are centrally heated with a number of individual wet rooms and more than enough luxury toilets and showers. For the ladies, there are 2 vanity areas with plugs for your own hair dryers and straighteners. 2 fully equipped disabled units, dishwashing sinks, freezer and fridge and 2 laundry rooms are also available. Free use of microwaves.
An impressive array of takeaway food is delivered to site 5 nights a week (Indian, Chinese, Fish & Chips, Pizza & Kebab). New for 2018 - Wood-fired Pizza night on Thursdays (from Easter to Oct).
The newly refurbished shop/off licence is home to a great range of locally sourced groceries and gifts, our own free range eggs and home reared beef & lamb. Wine, local cider and Glastonbury Ales sit alongside our daily homemade cakes. Fresh croissants are baked on site, 6 days a week and newspapers can be ordered in.
Our half-acre fishing pond is well stocked with carp, roach, chub and tench and is an absolute haven for wildlife. Win a FREE break in our Fishing competitions.
Our glamping accommodation includes: Glamping pods, luxury shepherd huts and mini cedar lodges. Some accommodation comes complete with your own private wood-fired hot tub. All have their own fire pit.
Well behaved dogs are very welcome and can take advantage of the 300 metre secure dog walk.
FREE wifi throughout the park plus high speed fibre coming in June 2018 (charges may apply).
Glastonbury Town - steeped in myth and legend, Glastonbury Tor and Abbey Ruins, Chalice Well and Rural Life Museum. Street-Clarks Factory Shopping Village , Wells-Cathedral & Bishops Palace, Wookey Hole- Caves & Paper Mill, Shepton Mallet- Royal Bath & West Showground, Cheddar- Caves & Gorge, Cranmore- East Somerset Steam Railway, Longleat- House & Safari/Leisure Park, Weston-Super-Mare- Beach, Bath- Beautiful Georgian city, Roman Baths, Abbey, Royal Crescent.
We are in a perfect location for walking and cycling. Bikes can be hired on site.
Westhay & Shapwick nature reserves nearby (as featured on BBC's Countryfile).
From M5. Leave M5 at J23. Take A39 towards Glastonbury. As you approach G'bury take the A361 towards Shepton Mallet and Frome. Approx 1.5m from G'bury you will pass under a footbridge (next to Millfield Prep School. Turn left 250m after footbridge at sign for Wick. The park is on left in 1m.
From Wells / Bristol: Take A39 towards G'bury. Follow signs for West Mendip Hospital. Just past hospital turn left at sign for Wick and Brindham. The park is on right in 1.5m.
From Shepton Mallet: Take A361 towards G'bury. Turn right at sign for Wick, 150 yards past Tor Stone. Park is on left in 1m.
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