Millway Farm

Somerton Road, Compton Dundon, Somerton, Somerset, TA11 6NX

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Ideal for ...

  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

Farm shop. 10 amps.

Facilities on site ...

  • Recycling facilities
  • Shop
  • TV reception: fair
  • WC (non-exclusive use)
  • Working farm

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0.5 acres

Electric amperage: 10

Lawned site

Recycling Facilities

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Postcode:
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Lat 51.085337 / Lon -2.728217
OS field ref:
ST492317
OS map ref:
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Transport links

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

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Lovely site with a warm welcome.

Millway Farm
Spent 4 nights at Millway Farm in June 2021. Rita, the host was very welcoming, and her shop sells all sorts of goodies - including some of the best strawberries (local) we have had for years. Site and facilities are very well kept, and although just off a fairly busy minor road, is very quiet and peaceful. Ducks can be a bit exuberant though, when first let out in the morning ! Beautiful walks straight from the site - Rita and Des are happy for campers to walk across their field to the lane - making a good walk to the pub in Compton Dundon via the hamlet of Dundon in the evening a possibility. There are buses to and from to Street, Glastonbury and Wells from the end of the lane, except Sundays. (we caught the 9.30 out, 4.00 back to Wells). RSPB and National Nature Reserve at Ham Wall are well worth a visit. We gave the site a solid 10 out of 10 !

Abergarfan

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Reviewed on 20/06/2021 21:10

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Excellent Site. Cannot Fault. Five star all the way

Millway Farm
This site cannot be faulted in any way. The site is well looked after and well laid out, with plenty of spacing. Rita and Des could not be more pleasant as hosts and have always been more than accommodating to us. The recycling provisions here are excellent. TV reception is good and mobile signal here on EE is good also. They are very welcoming to Dogs and there is ample local dog walking facilities and paths nearby where dogs can be walked. As for the Cakes in the farm shop that Rita runs, you could put on half a stone just looking at them, not to mention the other products on sale. You will not be disappointed in this site. If I have one criticism of this site it is that Rita and Des do not charge enough for the facilities that they offer. I would heartily recommend this site to anybody wanting a relaxing break or just for a couple of nights stop over.

Jim French

Reviewed on 02/06/2021 16:52

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Millway Farm
This is a well set up and nicely maintained CL with well spaced hard standing pitches. The owner is friendly and welcoming and also sells great home-made jam, marmalade, chutney, vegetables and eggs from her little farm shop! Whilst it is near a busy road (and there is some road noise) you can walk on to the hills/nature reserve and the owner was happy for us to take our dog across her fields too. The site is well positioned to explore the area and to visit Street, Wells and Glastonbury. We have been to this CL several times and will return.

MandCCumbria

Reviewed on 01/10/2019 20:06

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Great site for exploring Somerset

Millway Farm
What a great site, really well placed for exploring the area. The site is gated and well laid out with easy access. Lovely owners with a gorgeous little dog Bertie. Would definitely stay again as and when we return to the area. There is a little road noise at times but it certainly didn’t spoil our stay. Loads to do locally, Glastonbury, Somerton, Wells and NT properties. If you’re visiting Somerset for the cider check out Heck’s in Street (brown sign off the B3151) or Wilkins again off the B3151 at Mudgley, north of Glastonbury, excellent cheese there too!

helen48

Reviewed on 21/05/2019 22:49

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Millway Farm
We wanted hard standing for our first trip of 2019 and our first visit to Somerset. We were met by Rita, the owner, who was very friendly and accommodating. It's a bonus having a small farm shop selling fresh eggs, veg, homemade jams and chutney and absolutely delicious meringues. We enjoyed walking from the site, picking up bridleways by walking across the farm's fields to access them. Hood's Monument and the strangely named Lollover HIll were lovely walks providing views of the Somerset Levels. A bus passes along the busy road at the end of the drive to Street and beyond to Yeovil and Wells, so very convenient. A lovely area to explore.

BurtnJoyce

Reviewed on 25/03/2019 19:47

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