Langlands Farm

Langlands Lane, Catcott, Bridgwater, Somerset, TA7 9HR

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Ideal for ...

  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Scenic views
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

We are a family friendly site situated in a quiet part of our working farm on the outskirts of the village of Catcott. A tranquil site surrounded by countryside with panoramic views of Glastonbury Tor, the Mendip Hills and the Somerset Levels. Grass pitches with electric hook up, recycling/waste facilities and good TV reception.

There are two excellent pubs serving quality food only a short walk away. A well-stocked grocery store is located only a mile away providing local produce, a Post Office and hot food/coffee to go. The village play area can be accessed via a footpath across adjacent fields.

Local cycle routes and footpaths can be accessed directly from the site. Including routes that take you to the Shapwick Moor & Ham Wall nature reserves where a variety of wildlife can be spotted including Larks, Bitterns, Kingfishers, Swallows, Woodpeckers, Hawkes, Brown Hare, Deer and Otter. There are also nature reserves at Sharpham Moor, Catcott Complex, Catcott North, Dundon Beacon and Westhay Moor, Great Breach Wood & Gillingdown.

If you like to get out and about there are lots of things to see and do, whether you like shopping, fishing, cycling, walking, sightseeing, leisure parks, swimming or if you prefer to simply relax. Great shopping nearby with the famous Clarks Village, along with a large choice of restaurants, pubs and bars in the local area.

The mystical town of Glastonbury is nearby. They offer a tour bus which makes regular visits to Glastonbury Tor. Cheddar Caves & Gorge, Wookey Hole and Brean Leisure Park are only a short drive away. The nearest Beach is less than 15 miles away.

We are well situated for a stay to take in the Somerset Carnivals which are the highlight of the year, and one of the most exciting displays of amateur entertainment anywhere in the world.

Facilities on site ...

  • Dog walk from site
  • Recycling facilities
  • TV reception: good
  • Working farm

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Latest arrival time: 8:00 PM

Latest departure time: 11:00 AM

0.6 acres

Electric amperage: 16

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Postcode:
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GPS:
Lat 51.145166 / Lon -2.863326
OS field ref:
ST397387
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Buses go to: Bridgwater, Taunton, Street, Glastonbury, Wells
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile

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A great site in a lovely area

This site has brilliant views across the valley, where there are several nature reserves (mostly dog friendly). You can also see Glastonbury Tor on a hill on the horizon – it’s about 8 miles away. Although the site is right next to a lane, it is pretty quiet, apart from the occasional rumblings of a tractor . The village of Catcott is very pretty and we loved seeing the little stalls selling local produce – jams , chutneys, apples of course, and even little book stalls. There is a dog friendly pub in the village, it did get busy for food so would be best to book. The food was really good. The site is within easy reach of Glastonbury and we also headed over to the coast one day which wasn’t too far. We had the added bonus of seeing bats fly outside the caravan each evening, just before it went dark, so it’s worth keeping your curtains open.

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Excellent site, in a good location and a very friendly welcome.

We stayed in our motorhome for five nights and we wished it could have been longer. Good location with stunning views and a warm friendly welcome. We cycled and visited the local area in our van, but it’s also a good base for walkers. Would defiantly return if in this area.
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well run site with good basic facilities

We spent six days here and we’re happy with position and access this site provides. Good walks from site especially if your a dog owner with walks within the farms boundaries. Early morning sunrises over Glastonbury Tor. Site facilities are basic with good power supply, water central position on site and plenty of room to maintain covid distancing plus all user points and gates fitted with hand sanitizers. Finally we would recommend this site for those who wish to visit Somerset.k
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Peaceful CL with stunning panaromic views

This CL has stunning panoramic views over the nature reserve levels across to Cheddar, Wells and Glastonbury and the Tor - bring your binoculars! Positioned away from the farm, pitches back on to Lippetts Way, hence the views. The CL is well laid out, plenty of space, easy access and friendly welcoming owners. It's less than a 15 minute easy tow from the M5 J23 so it makes a good stopover point, or for us a 5 night stay to explore the area a little more. Is in easy reach of the tourist spots of Cheddar, Wells and Glastonbury. I recommend a trip to the coast at East Quantoxhead for a walk on the beach and it's interesting channel coastline, the Somerset Boat Centre where you can hire boats on the Taunton to Bridgwater Canal, and a walk on the nearby Shapwick Moor Nature reserves seen from the pitches.
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perfect, just perfect!

This is possibly the best cl that I have ever stayed at, good access,good views, good pub with great food and the hosts are the best ever. I shall return.
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