Peak View

Rooksbridge Road, Rooksbridge, Axbridge, Somerset, BS26 2UA

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Rated 5 of 5

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Ideal for ...

  • Beach stays
  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • TV reception: good

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0.75 acres

Electric amperage: 16

Lawned site

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Postcode:
BS26 2UA
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Lat 51.266706 / Lon -2.90795
OS field ref:
ST367524
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest train station: Highbridge
  • Train station within 5 miles

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Simple but super site

Peak View
We made our booking with Sean over the phone and he was so helpful from start to finish. We arrived early in the morning in time for breakfast having travelled from the Midlands and as it was Bank Holiday Sunday we wanted to avoid the traffic. The pitch was available and we set up in the lovely mown field. The 16 amp hook-up, with water and grey waste on each pitch was superb. This is a brilliant CL for a break or stop-over on your journey South. Highly recommended.

Susie Capes

Caravanner

Reviewed on 12/09/2021 19:50

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Great stop over

Peak View
As everyone says, it was a great stopover on our way to Cornwall. Nothing there for us though, but the pub is now open, I believe. It wasn’t in May because their beer garden was too small. Owner was stranded in Ireland so, with no one in charge, caravans were parked all over the shop. One took up the whole central area and another used an extra pitch to park their car, leaving us to park by the chemical toilet point. Sheep kept escaping and bleating, so we had a poor nights sleep. It was ok.

simonbarnes7

Reviewed on 20/05/2021 18:18

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7 day stay

Peak View
We have just returned from our seven day stay at Peak View. the site is very nicely kept and with the weather being very hot it was enjoyable. The site is ideally placed to visit many of the local attractions. This is our second visit to the site and the improvements during the past few years makes it a site to which we will return.

jamesbrad

Reviewed on 19/08/2020 14:06

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Good location for a stopover

Peak View
We stayed 1 night en route to Cornwall. The site is only a few minutes from the M5 and easy to find. Facilities are basic but fine for a stopover, there being electric hookups but no toilet or shower. Water, grey waste and Elsan point are in the far corner and bins by the stables. We would not choose to stay here for longer than 1 night but there were others on site during our stay who were regular visitors and stayed for weeks. The site is level with some hard standings, access to and from the site is through a standard gate entrance. Overall, the site served its purpose well.

CollwynMallwyn

Caravanner from Gwynedd

Reviewed on 28/10/2016 09:47

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Great Stop Over

Peak View
We stopped at this site as a stop over, whilst travelling back from Cornwall, which the site is 10 minutes from the M5.  I spoke to the owner on the phone and he gave me instructions on where to find things and to choose a pitch either on the hard standing or on the grass. The electric hook ups are along one side of the fence line and if people park sensibly and think of other caravaners, then it's not and issue.  Saying that though, most people who use CLs probably have a 2nd mains lead, which allows you to park in other areas of the CL. The grass was cut nice and short and clearly done on a regular basis. Water in 2 locations, one near the chemical toilet point and the other on the end of the stables. If I was to criticise anything, it was the bin area, but definitely wouldn't put me off using this site again.  The site is £10 a night and we will definitely use again. An added bonus is large caravan centre 10 minutes down the road, which we restocked all consumables after a weeks a away. Definitely recommend.

wgf6

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Reviewed on 07/10/2016 22:48

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