Rated 4 of 5

Rated 4 of 5

Peace and tranquility

Rated 5 of 5

Access to local places of interest

Rated 5 of 5

Beauty of surroundings and scenery

Rated 5 of 5

Ease of arrival/welcome

2024 Review

Nice and easy access to the site from the M5/A39 and a large area to pull into off the road whilst opening the gate. As others have mentioned the pitches back onto the road and all have fantastic views of the Mendip Hills and Glastonbury Tor. There were three units on site, but even with five, there would still be plenty of room. The water tap is centrally located and the bins (with recycling) and CWD are in a corner screened from the pitches. Grey waste can be pipped into the hedge. The friendly owner came to collect our fee and said to call if we had any problems/questions. Otherwise they left us to it. They had been very easy to contact via email prior to the trip. We have to agree with others that the road behind the site is quite noisy, mostly due to the speed of passing vehicles and because it is so close to the pitches. However, it is not a constant noise and it tailed off into the evening and was much quieter again on Saturday and Sunday. Noise is a very personal thing, what annoys one person will not bother another. When there were no passing vehicles, the site was very quiet. There is so much to do in the immediate area and slightly further afield. A round trip cycle into Glastonbury is about 17 miles. It is well worth using the gravel shared use track via Shapwick Heath. Apparently late afternoon or weekends can get busy with walkers/bird watchers, but we found it okay on a Friday shortly after lunch. We came back via the NCN3 road route and found that, apart from the odd lorry going to/from the peat factories, they were very quiet. The site fee is still only £15 (EHU included) which is extremely good value. We'd recommend a visit to this site.
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