Cully Hall Farm

Ryedown Lane, Bitton, Bristol, Bristol, BS30 6JG

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Ideal for ...

  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Peaceful stays

Why stay here ...

This site is off the main road and is peaceful and surrounded by fields yet close to the Avon Valley Steam Railway (0.5m) and Avon Cycleway (also 0.5m). There are pubs and shops within walking distance. There are also public footpaths from the site. The Aspects Leisure Centre located just 2 miles away and has a swimming pool and a  thirteen screen cinema and other attractions. There is an excellent bus service to Bristol and Bath from the main road (approimately 0.5 miles away).

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • Dog walk from site
  • Drive over waste disposal for motorhomes
  • Recycling facilities
  • TV reception: good
  • WC (exclusive use)

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0.5 acres

Some sloping pitches

Lawned site

Recycling Facilities

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Postcode:
BS30 6JG
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Lat 51.435781 / Lon -2.463772
OS field ref:
ST678708
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Buses go to: Bath, Bristol
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest train station: Keynsham
  • Train station within 5 miles

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bath visit

Nice site, bit sloping but not too bad, came in November in our motorhome as wanted to visit Bath, bus stop a good 25 min walk down a muddy lane which wasn't so good coming back as was very dark and also bus took a good half hour so further out than we realised, yes toilet was hard to find, no signs but all in all not bad site, probably better in summer as could use the cycle path.

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Great position to access the cycle path

We stayed 2 nights, as its close to the cycle path, we had a nice welcome. when I booked I had been warned that it might be a little noisy until around 10pm as the village play was beening held in the evenings, we did not find it noisy at all. I had read the reviews before booking so was prepared for the sloping pitch, yes the toilet has only cold water but this was not a issue for us. We enjoyed our stay and loved watching the horses in the field beside us. Yes we would stay again as very pleasant site.
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Bristol visit

Arrived at the site, pitched up on a very sloping pitch. Went to look for the toilets etc but no signs to them,in the end we had to ask a neighbouring caravanner who told us were they were.through the yard and through a gate,still no signs,we had also knocked at 2 doors,no answer.would never had thought to go through the gate,so a few signs are needed.over all a pleasant stay and would come again.
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Sloping site

Visited in July. Not a bad site. Is on a grassy slope which could be a problem in the wet. There is a toilet and wash basin (cold water only) in a small outbuilding 150 yards away in the farmyard. Chemical toilet waste is via a lift up hatch in yard by the toilet. There is no means of rinsing the cassette, no tap nor water butt. Not a big problem, but a disabled caravanner was parked there right by his door. Not pleasant for him. £14 is top of the range for a pretty basic cl.
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Perfect for Bristol

Stayed at site to visit daughter in Bristol. Access to Bristol is easy site is clean and what I have come to expect of a CL. Yes it does slope a bit and had to have the van nose down to get it level (blocks required at rear as well). Good access to shops both local convenience store (on foot) and very large Sainsburys  (in car). Slope on site may give issues in wet weather but I have 4x4 pick up and motor movers so no issue there but adjacent couple when I was on site did struggle a bit. Access to site can be a bit daunting up a narrow lane followed by a narrow private road but do not let this put you off it looks worse than it actually is. Will return again since it is perfect to uor requirements. Just a quick PS TV reption is good if that is what you want.

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