Hayfields Caravan Park

The Hayfields, Cossham Street, Mangotsfield, Bristol, Bristol, BS16 9EN

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Ideal for ...

  • Families
  • Pub on site

Why stay here ...

The Hayfields CL is located in the village of Mangotsfield, Bristol. It is situated close to the world heritage City of Bath. The Cotswold Mendip Hills, Wells and Weston Super Mare are a short drive away.

If you are visiting family and friends near Bristol or Bath then the Hayfields is a great location to stay. Why not break a long journey to the southwest with a stopover!

The Hayfields CL is located in a secluded area known as the paddock on land owned by Cleve Rugby Club.

The site has hot and cold water, toilet facilities, chemical waste disposal and the pitches are level all with electric hook up points.

There is an on site bar and patio area with an outside childrens play park (No Dogs Permitted).

Road links are excellent, close to the M4 and M5. There is a bus stop right outside the Hayfields entrance that will take you into Bristol. The cycle track which will take you to either Bristol or Bath is located just a few hundred yards from the site.

Visitors to the CL will be issued with a temporary membership card which will allow you to use the facilities in The Clubhouse including the bar and buying food.

Sorry no dogs.

A warm welcome awaits you at the Hayfields Caravan Park.

Facilities on site ...

  • Bar
  • Drive over waste disposal for motorhomes
  • Pub
  • Recycling facilities
  • TV reception: good
  • WC (non-exclusive use)
  • Wi-Fi

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Latest arrival time: 8:00 PM

0.75 acres

Electric amperage: 16

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Postcode:
BS16 9EN
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Lat 51.482806 / Lon -2.479305
OS field ref:
ST655773
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Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Buses go to: Hourly bus service to Bristol within 100 mtrs
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest train station: Bristol Parkway

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Hayfields Caravan Park
Stayed on this clean site for a couple of nights whilst visiting Bristol, we contacted Neil on arrival and he met us with the access code to the gates and keys to the private toilets. He informed us where everything was and also that we could use the Rugby Club. Unfortunately we didn't have time to sample their delights but will make a point of doing so next time. The site felt secure, it is used by the Rugby Club regularly for training and matches, but on our weekend it was relatively quiet as it was an away game, but for rugby fans it would be a bonus on home games. Local facilities are within a 10 minute walk, with a well stocked Tesco Express, takeaways and local pub serving some cask ales. Central for regular bus routes into Bristol and also a stones throw from the Bristol to Bath Cycle path. For Parkrun enthusiasts the local Pomphrey Hill Park Run is just next door. We found Neil very accommodating, as we also had a third vehicle to park for a couple of nights. Would recommend this site for any visitors to Bristol. We will certainly be back. Thanks for your hospitality

Bill Beattie

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Reviewed on 26/01/2022 09:52

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Good in so many ways but....

Hayfields Caravan Park
We used this site for 2 days whilst having the need to visit Bristol. In many ways this site is ideal as it is flat, quite firm grass pitches despite October rains good power connections, secure, good mobile reception and good access to cycle paths to Bristol and bus services locally. However, the areas that desperately need improving: 1 directions - we tried to follow from the M5 but found them very confusing. When we arrived we saw no sign of the CL and it's important to know that the site is approached through the Cleve Rugby Club entrance, past the main building and a turning then to the right. Again absolutely no signage. 2 access - luckily arrival coincided with arrival of someone who'd been before. We were able to follow through a closed, not locked, gate. 3 code for the gate. When we came to leave the next morning with a tight timescale as we had an appointment 60 miles away we found the gate padlocked!!! It took a phone message (straight to answerphone!), an email, phone call to the security firm responsible for the site (useless and no promised follow up call). We eventually went back to the site where a couple who'd been before were able to let us know the number!!! THIS IS VERY SERIOUS!!! WHAT IF THERE HAD BEEN AN URGENT NEED TO LEAVE/GET MEDICAL ATTENTION AND NO WAY THROUGH THE GATES!!! 4 Price - the charges were not as published. 5 Recycling - didn't see any evidence 6 Access to toilet - locked! 7 Local information - zero on site. 8 Payment - no contact from site owner/manager and had to ask for bank details to pay. This sounds negative but it's absolutely vital that attention is given to some of these basics. At the very least an email confirmation of booking should include basic site information about access, rubbish disposal, toilet access, payment AND MOST OF ALL THE ACCESS NUMBER FOR THE PADLOCK and some idea about when the gates are locked! For all this, would we use this site again? Yes!

Muffinn

Motorhomer from Worcestershire

Reviewed on 28/10/2021 13:16

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Convenient site for a visit to Bristol

Hayfields Caravan Park
Stayed for two nights in late September in order to meet up with a cousin. The site is easy to find and access at the Cleve Rugby Football Club. On the afternoon of our arrival it took some time to find someone in the club house who could tell us where where the pitches were. There are three double electric hook up posts for six level grass pitches. We pitched next to the hedge surrounding the children's play area which was very sheltered. The toilets which were large reasonably clean are located on the side of the large club house. Water and CWD are on the back of the building. The club bar is open in the evening if you want to have a drink. We did not see Mr. McNally during our stay and left the pitch money in an envelope with a member of staff. There is a bus stop about 100 yards outside the Club with one bus an hour to Bristol City Centre. However they are not very reliable! This is a very good site ideal for a stopover to Wales or Cornwall and we would use it again.

dmreid

Motorhomer from Essex

Reviewed on 13/10/2018 13:23

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Great for access to Bristol

Hayfields Caravan Park
This is a lovely secluded site located to the side of a rugby club. Neil is very friendly and met us on arrival. The site is flat with short grass. There is a childrens play area on site and clean, well maintained toilets. There were no rugby games or functions taking place when we stayed so it was very quiet. However, a venue nearby had a function on the Saturday night with the DJ playing until 1am. I was able to sing along to most of the tracks it was that loud! As another reviewer has mentioned, if the club has a function, I imagine it would be quite loud as the club also has an outdoor space adjacent to the CL field. As there were no games on, the bar was not open at all. There is a Tesco Metro round the corner though so not a problem for food and drink. The gates were not shut at night (at least not before 11pm) but there were no unwelcome visitors. We would definitely stay again if visiting Bristol.

BESmith

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Reviewed on 29/08/2018 20:11

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Great stopover

Hayfields Caravan Park
We stayed here for 2 nights on our way back from Cornwall, and to see family and friends in the area. Access to the site is very easy, with it being just off the ring road, which takes you straight to the M32/M4/M5. A tesco express is within walking distance, and a sainsburys a short drive away. We were the only people there at the time so it was great for the kids to run around. There was a wedding on at the venue on the Saturday night, and while you could hear the music, it was certainly no more of a disturbance than you get from kids on other sites. Very good value for money, had 2 nights here with hookup for the same as 1 night at a club site. The bloke who runs it was very friendly and helpful. Only negative point for us was that there were some local kids riding their bikes up and down the access road on the Sunday, who were shouting things and making gestures towards my wife as she drove back in from the shops, would be better if the gates got closed and you got a key or something to gain access. Will definitely book in again to visit family and friends in the future, and to break up the return journey when we go to Devon and Cornwall.

DerrickW

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Reviewed on 03/08/2018 00:29

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