Holywell Road, Edington, Bridgwater, Somerset, TA7 9LAView on map
Why stay here ...
Swallows View is set on the Somerset Levels and is a peaceful, adults only, cosy site that is enclosed by mature hedgerows teaming with bird life. There is ample space for 5 outfits, each pitch having their own water tap and electric hookup point (10amps). There is a hand sanitiser station located next to the chemical/grey waste, recycling and composting facilities.
We have now installed Terram grass protector semi hard standings to every pitch along with a run through the centre of the campsite to make it easier to arrive and leave the site.
There are 3 pubs within walking or cycling distance if you're feeling energetic, or a very short drive away. There is a very well stocked village shop which houses our local Post Office and also stocks Calor Gas.
With the beaches of Minehead, Burnham-On-Sea, Brean and Weston-Super-Mare to the West and the infamous town of Glastonbury and other famous locations such as City of Wells, Cheddar Gorge and Wookey Hole to the East there is plenty to do, not forgetting Clark's Village for a little retail therapy, all within a 30 minute drive.
We are a few minutes drive (or nice flat bike ride) from all the nature reserves, Avalon Marshes, Ham Wall (RSPB, dogs welcome), Catcott Complex, Westhay Moor (dogs welcome) but to name a few, with the famous displays of Starling Murmurations in Autumn.
Karl, Liz & Keira look forward to welcoming you to our site.
Latest arrival time: 12:00 AM
Latest departure time: 11:00 AM
Electric amperage: 10
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A pretty site with a warm welcome. The location is idyllic, with countryside lanes, pretty cottages and pubs within walking distance. A reasonable priced (£15.00 a night) site given it is without shower/toilet block. The electric wind water facilities all worked perfectly and easy access to dispose of grey water and chemical toilet. A great place for those keen to get out on bikes as the cycling is generally flat and roads not too busy. Karl helpfully pointed us towards the cycle track that runs through the wetland wildlife reserves all the way to Glastonbury. It took just over an hour at a moderate pace to reach the centre of Glastonbury. We even had enough energy to walk up Glastonbury Tor. On our second day we walked to Catcott within 20 mins and managed to dodge showers by visiting he bird hides. All very well maintained by the Wildlife Trust. Spotted Egrets, Warblers, Heron, Swans, Moor Hens and Gadwalls. Thank you Karl, Liz and Kiera for a lovely stay.