Rowberrow Farm

Plummers Lane, Priddy, Wells, Somerset, BA5 3DA

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Ideal for ...

  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

As Club Members for many years, we have decided to have our own site.

A pleasant, flat, quiet site with stunning views over the Mendip Hills. Plenty of room on each pitch with individual electric hook ups and water taps near by. Grass pitches and a large hard standing available. Room for children to play. Pubs in nearby village can be walked to across fields. Plenty to 'see and do' in the surrounding area, with Bath, Wells, Cheddar, Glastonbury and Clevedon not far away! Friendly and very helpful site owner and family. Working Farm.

All year round hardstanding storage for caravans and motorhomes - please phone for details.

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • Dog walk from site
  • Information room
  • Recycling facilities
  • TV reception: good
  • Wi-Fi
  • Working farm

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Latest arrival time: 12:00 AM

1.5 acres

Electric amperage: 16

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Rowberrow Farm
We originally had booked a 4 night stay on Rowberrow farm however because it had forecast rain for the first couple of days and we had travelled 3.5 hours we extended our stay to 7 nights which the owner had no problem with once checking availability. On arrival the owner was out and about and came to chat to us to explain the pitches (if not there is a sign on the gate explaining where everything is and which pitch to go on). The grass pitches were well maintained and large enough for our caravan and awning plus a car. Lots to do around the area especially for walkers and explorers. Just a 10minute drive to the Cheddar Gorge which is outstanding. The only downside to being so close to such a busy natural wonder was the traffic can get quite loud, especially from motorcycles, but we did adjust to the noise and it was still peaceful with the views. Only a 20minutes drive from Wells which we used for supermarkets and visited the town centre. You have to walk a short way across the farm to get to the disposal for grey and elson waste but we didn't find this to be an issue as its the case with most caravan sites and plenty of recycling facilities. Friendly owners and a great, well maintained site. Would return again if staying in the area.

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Reviewed on 22/04/2022 10:51

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Rowberrow Farm
We arrived in the fog after visiting Cheddar gorge . The site is spacious and well maintained . We would advise to approach via Wells or Cheddar .. our satnav tried to send us up some very tricky roads . Sadly we never met the site owner , we had spoken several times over the phone and she is a genuine lovely lady. We only stayed one night but wish we could have stayed longer and will definitely return if possible . If it is important to you … Internet and phone signal is very sporadic but tv signal perfect. We only missed the internet whilst trying to diagnose a heating problem with our motorhome … normally the beautiful surroundings would be all we need .

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Reviewed on 06/04/2022 18:42

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Grand site for a popular area.

Rowberrow Farm
This CL is situated up above Cheddar Gorge just off the B3135, close to the village of Priddy. It has 5 flat well spaced grass pitches and a couple of Hardstanding ones, for use when the field is very wet, all with EHU. There are extensive views over the fields and towards Priddy Nine Barrows. One of the fields off the site can be used as a short dog walk when there are no livestock in it, but if a longer walk is required the road past the farm is rather busy, during the day, although quiet at night, until one gets to a quiet lane after about 300 m down the hill on the right. The site is ideal for visiting places such as Wells (where there are some of the usual supermarkets) , Glastonbury and Street, Wookey Hole and Cheddar, also for nature reserves in the Avalon Marshes including the RSPB.'s Ham Wall Reserve. Priddy is as few minutes drive away and there are lots of good walking from there, less busy than down the Gorge, and has a pub too. The entrance to the site requires a very sharp turn if approaching from the West, is Cheddar, so anyone with a largish unit would be advised to approach from the A39 direction, ie the East. Did not notice a bus service past the site although there appeared to be one from Priddy, where there was plenty of parking room. We would certainly use this site again as there is a lot of places in the area that we did not have time to visit

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Just had another wonderful holiday at Rowberrow farm. Been coming to Rowberrow farm for many years. Angela and her family are always very friendly and welcoming. The site is kept clean and tidy. Can't wait to return again.

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Reviewed on 25/06/2021 11:23

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Rowberrow Farm
Let’s get the cons out of the way first - unfortunately we didn’t have a warm welcome, or see the owner at all (because of COVID I imagine) just a notice on the gate asking us to park and put the money through the letterbox. This is understandable eg as someone may have been ‘shielded’. The B3135 running alongside the site is quite busy for a B road. This site is advertised as having WiFi, but WiFi was only available on 1 or 2 pitches, so if WIFI is a must for you I wouldn’t advise it until the current system is boosted. The phone signals also were intermittent, as mentioned by other guests too. In fairness I should say that Mrs Smith had said on the phone that we could have the pitch nearest to the house where the signal is more likely to reach, however the privacy is better at the hard standing pitch further away and not near to the farm houses/buildings. We chose that because rain was forecast. I had always assumed (obviously in error) that if a CL is advertised as having WiFi that it would cover all 5 pitches. Now for the Pros - the site is high up on top of the Mendip Hills, it has beautiful views and the television signal is perfect. The field is flat and well mown.

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Reviewed on 28/08/2020 14:31

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