Brook Farm

Long Sutton, Langport, Somerset, TA10 9JW

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  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

My site is on a 1.5 acre lawned field on a working farm in a village with a 15th centaury church, good village shop and Post Office and Devonshire Arms pub and restaurant surrounding the village green.

The field is on the edge of The Somerset Levels with electric hook ups and ample room for awnings and a small hard standing area.

We welcome adults, children and pets, dogs can be walked from the site down an adjoining quiet lane leading by footpath to the River Yeo.

Course fishing and an eighteen hole golf course are approximately 1 mile.

It is an ideal site for walking and cycling, there are many National Trust properties  within a short drive, the market towns of Somerton and Langport offer super markets within 3 miles.

There are many good eating places in the area.

The cathedral at Wells and abbeys at Glastonbury and Sherbourne.

Clarkes Village at Street, Ham Hill Country Park, wonderful for dog walks and beautiful views provide further tourist interest.

We have a well stocked information cabin also providing books etc.

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • Dog walk from site
  • Recycling facilities
  • Shower (shared use)
  • WC (non-exclusive use)
  • Working farm

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1.5 acres

Electric amperage: 16

Lawned site

Recycling Facilities

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Lat 51.024074 / Lon -2.760435
OS field ref:
ST468251
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Lots of space!

Brook Farm

We spent 6 nights here in June. A huge mown grass field with plenty of space to choose from. There is a CS on the same site but it wasn't visible from the CL. Able to pitch our caravan facing whichever way we liked. The toilets were kept beautifully clean and although shared with the CS next door we never had to queue. We didn't use the shower but there was one available. Also a washing up room. A short walk to the Devonshire Arms for a drink and a meal and a short local walk down to the river Yeo. Lots to do in this lovely area. We visited several National Trust properties, Glastonbury, the RSPB reserve and took our inflatable kayak on the River Parret from a slipway near Huish Episcopi, only 10 minutes drive from the site. Easy paddling to Langport.

KJJCJJ

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Reviewed on 21/07/2021 17:27

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Brook Farm
What a little find beutifull site very peaceful and owner very helpful so much room.Will definitely be back hopefully toilet and showers will be open then but not a problem.

denden

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Reviewed on 13/09/2020 17:05

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Brook Farm
Just returned from a very relaxing week at this lovely site. We were welcomed and assisted to chose where we would like to site our van. Being a nervous towing passenger I always dread the last bit of the journey and accessibility, but it really wasn’t a problem. Despite the last bit of the approach being narrow it was easy to get onto the site. Toilets clean , £1 charge for use of shower. Super walks for our little dog direct from the site. Little shop in village being refurbed but little shops available in Somerton nearby. Super site for visits to RSPB sites nearby. Thank you!

TrevorandJane

Reviewed on 07/05/2019 20:37

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Brook Farm
great place for dog owners walk from site to the river yeo and along the river .owners are nice and helpful if you need them but leave you alone of you don't.the grass is cut and picked up .lots of deer about when we where there also saw cranes and lots of swans .good pubs in the area.

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Reviewed on 14/04/2019 10:27

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We arrived on site, We could park where we wanted which way we wanted. The site is huge. Loads of space. We chose the sunniest spot, but didn't expect 18 nights of a heatwave 31 deg most of the time. There are also shady spots. Toilet and shower (£1) is spotless. There is also another site next to this one C & C club. with the same facilities. There is also washing up area and freezer for home grown sausages and burgers. also fresh eggs. It's handy for a lot of places but a must is Wells and Glastonbury. The village a short walk has a shop and post office although not a lot of stock. A village pub, and a church. We were lucky enough to visit when the church had Songs of Praise on the village Green with brass band . A good couple of hours and the villagers were all very welcoming. A site we will def visit again at £14 a night too with wifi

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Reviewed on 14/07/2018 18:47

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