Hurn Lane Caravan Club Site (REF : HUR)

Berrow, Burnham-on-Sea, Somerset, TA8 2QT

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Ideal for ...

  • Beach stays
  • Cycling
  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Motorhomes

Why stay here ...

Located just a short 15-minute walk from a safe and sandy beach, Hurn Lane Club Site is a pleasant and open resort that makes for a great holiday destination. Easily accessible from the caravan park, charming Burnham is a traditional seaside town that boasts a tranquil, traffic-free prom for long leisurely strolls. The whole family will enjoy Burnham's famous carnival in early November - a colourful and lively feast of entertainment that impresses every year.

Brean is also within easy reach of Hurn Lane Club Site, with its Fun Park and the Tropical Bird Gardens at Brean Down. You'll not want to miss the chance to visit Cheddar Gorge and the famous caves there - once you've emerged from these spectacular sub-terrarium sights, call in at the Cheddar Gorge Cheese Company's Rural Village for another interesting family excursion. All in all, the caravan site and its surrounding area have much to offer - not least the local freshly baked bread and cheese which make for fine holiday gifts when you return home.

Things to do on site ...

  • Playground

Facilities on site ...

  • BBQs allowed: charcoal, gas, electric
  • Disabled facilities: facilities for wheelchair disabled
  • Disabled shower room
  • Dishwashing area
  • Dog area on site
  • Dog walk from site
  • Drive over waste disposal for motorhomes
  • Electric hook-up
  • Family washroom
  • Gas
  • Late arrivals area with electric hook-up
  • Laundry facilities
  • Motorhome service point
  • Toilet block
  • TV reception: good
  • Wi-Fi
  • Wi-Fi charge
  • Wi-Fi rating: Gold

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Walking notes:

Enjoy walks along Berrow beach, just a 15 minute walk from the site. You can also see the wreck of the 1897 Norwegian barque SS Nornen which ran aground here. Turn right out of the site entrance, follow lane to coast road and cross over to bridle path.

Supermarket notes:
All major supermarkets can be found in Bridgewater and Weston-super-Mare.

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Directions

Leave the M5 at junction 22. At the roundabout continue onto the B3140 (signposted Burnham-on-Sea). In 2 miles at the mini roundabout opposite the petrol station turn right (signposted Berrow, Brean). In 1.75 miles (after triangle garage) at sharp left bend, turn right into Red Road (signposted Animal Adventure Park. In 0.75 mile (after passing Rose Farm) turn left into Hurn Lane (narrow, single track). The site is on the right in 200 yards.

Sites key: Club Site

Postcode:
TA8 2QT
GPS:
Lat 51.27741 / Lon -3.00685
Plan a route to this site
OS field ref:
ST297536
OS map ref:
182
Handbook map ref:
F4

Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Buses go to: Burnham on Sea
  • Car hire on site
  • Daily public Transport within 1 mile

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Dissappointed in location,

The site is lovely but set in an ocean of static caravans. I suspect it will be noisy in high season. The beach is a short walk away but is poor, with many warnings on safety. In know the caravan and motorhome club can do nothing about its neighbours but potential visitors should be aware of the location etc
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Disappointing

We have just spent 10 nights at Hurn Lane with our little Tibetan Spaniels. The dog walk is dreadful, so tiny. We usually use Cirencester Park a lot where the dog walk is fantastic as we can let the dogs off the lead and they have a good run round. Since we arrived there has been dog mess in the dog walk twice where people are too lazy to clean up despite there being a bin close by and signs on the gate. On the Sunday there were fireworks from an adjacent site. Although this only lasted about 10 minutes our dogs were absolutely traumatised, it was so close it sounded like a bomb had gone off. When we opened the door to see where they were going off we could hear other dogs crying because of the fireworks. It was a dreadful night. Although the site is kept very tidy It does need a larger area for dogs. We saw many people walking their dogs across grass as there is nowhere to give them a good walk unless you go off site where there is no paths and blind corners.

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easter break

first visit to Hurn lane over the Easter weekend not good first impressions wardens in charge not very helpful unlike the helpers site its self laid out well and tidy you would need to pick your pitch carefully as some back on to a residential site and can be noisy, toilets are only cleaned and replenished once a day really not enough when busy so you would need to pick your visiting times carefully and take your own loo roll found wardens very clicky with regulars this is a site we would revisit
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pleasant stay

Facilities were very clean, we used the toilet block and dishwashing more than usual during a four night stay as we had a problem with water in the caravan. Always clean and we didn't have to queue. Site was fairly full as this was Easter bank holiday. We had a pitch in the middle which was on a corner and felt quite private. There is noise from the adjoining static holiday parks . Some pitches along the edge are very close to to the statics and I would want to avoid those. There is a play park for smaller children and a ball court. A very very small dog walk by the play areas. A walk to the beach along a narrow road with bends which could be tricky with small children, through a lovely nature reserve to the beach - about 10 - 15 minutes. We went for long walks on Brean Down, which was beautiful with a very interesting Victorian fort which was also used in WW2, and along Cheddar Gorge from the National Trust information centre. Also long walks along the beaches. Tides go out a very long way leaving mud and quicksand. The wardens were friendly, efficient and helpful and had organised an Easter treasure trail for younger children.

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Disappointed

We stayed for three nights over Easter, the site was nice but unfortunately the same can’t be said for the wardens who were unfriendly and unhelpful most unlike any wardens we have met on previous sites, who normally can’t do enough to help. No information given about motorhome facilities on arrival and when we asked for information on local dog walks, we were just told to go to the beach, accurate but nor helpful as we like to explore the local areas. The site was clean and tidy with good size pitches but unfortunately let down by the lack of cleanliness in all the toilets both ladies and gents, not a site we will be returning to.

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01278 751412