Mead Farm

Brinsea Lane, Congresbury, North Somerset, BS49 5JN

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  • Peaceful stays
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

Mead Farm is a 180 acre working beef farm located in the hamlet of Brinsea on the outskirts of Congresbury, North Somerset. Set within farmland in the Wrington Vale, surrounded by the Mendip Hills. This is a level site, with electric hook ups to all pitches, drinking water and chemical disposal point. Some hard standing is also available. Easy access to the M5 (J21), Yatton Train Station and Bristol Airport.

Congresbury is a large village which is 13 miles south of Bristol and 7miles from Weston Super Mare. It has a selection of pubs, award winning bakery and cafe, high class butchers, post office, newsagents, chemist, doctors surgery, hairdresser’s, barbers, hotel & spa. Farmers general store that sells gas bottles and other hardware.

Nearest Facilities:

  • Budgens 24 hour petrol/cashpoint & supermarket, Costa & Subway
  • Tesco Express is also nearby

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Facilities on site ...

  • Recycling facilities
  • TV reception: good
  • Working farm

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Latest arrival time: 8:00 PM

1 acres

Electric amperage: 16

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Postcode:
BS49 5JN
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GPS:
Lat 51.353745 / Lon -2.796459
OS field ref:
ST447619
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Nearest train station: Yatton

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Lovely Site

Mead Farm
We loved this site,its easy to find and not far out of Congresbury. Firstly Sandy and her family are most welcoming and helpful and they were able to provide maps and tips on the local area. We even used their bikes one day which was a great gesture. The site itself is flat and the grass is cut well. There is plenty of space between the vans and the only noise you hear is from the nearby Bristol Airport but you soon get used to ignoring it. There is also lots to see and do in the local area and even after a week there were things we had not managed to see. Thank you Sandy for a lovely stay.

Rog W

Reviewed on 23/10/2019 19:15

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First trip in the motorhome

Mead Farm
This was our first trip away in our motorhome and we couldn't have been made more welcome at Mead Farm, Sandy and her family put us at ease from the moment we arrived, very helpful, very friendly and I am sure that we will be returning for another visit. Thank you for a lovely Stay

Jackjudy

Reviewed on 30/06/2019 19:51

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Mead Farm
On our return journey home from Devon we decided to stay two night in and around Weston super mare to visit family. Chose Mead Farm as it only a couple of miles from my sister. Upon arrive we were met by Sandy the owner and an immediate offer if s cup of tea which I must say was very welcome. The sure it’s self is very nice with nice green pitches. The golf club is just down the lane which I’m told has a nice cafe/restaurant and the prices are reasonable. In the Sunday we left Sandy and her family went out early so didn’t see them before we left. However, Thursday I received a phone call from Sandy first to say sorry she wasn’t in when we left and se ind that we had left our tap connector and would we like her to post it to us. As we only live some 45 miles away I advised that my husband would go down and collect it on his motorbike. I will definitely return to Mead farm in the future.

noddy504

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Reviewed on 21/04/2019 18:50

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Mead Farm
Hard to fault the welcome Sandy gives. A good site to visit Wells, Clevedon, Weston-super-Mare - all pretty close by. I would advise that when leaving, with your caravan, that you turn right out of the gates. Follow the road around and you will then have safer access to the main road. Turning left is a bit shorter but there is a brow of a hill close to your right as you attempt to access the main road.

kimbo2506

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Reviewed on 31/07/2017 20:43

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