We recently stayed at Primrose Caravan CL for 6 days covering the Easter break. What a wonderful find this is. Nina greeted us with hot chocolate cake and a warm and genuine welcome which included the loan of a map of how to walk to Wells, and a number of points of interest, form the site. The site itself is immaculate with views over to Wells Cathedral on one side and to Glastonbury Torr to the other. The 5 pitches are well spaced out and provide plenty of room between each outfit. The site is easily found being a short drive off the A39 Glastonbury – Wells road. We tow a Swift Challenger 560 (6.66m 21' 10") and had no access issues getting in or out of the site which is also secured by automatic gates and ‘dongle’ for which a £10 deposit is required, well worth it for the peace of mind and security it provides. We very much enjoyed this top class CL and Nina’s warm and friendly welcome. Nina is clearly and justly proud of her immaculate site. We’ll most certainly be back…. Would recommend a visit to the Bishop's Palace gardens in Wells (Stunning), the quirky Sheppy Inn in Lower Godney (Try the Truman's pale ale) and Clarke's retail park in Street if good beer, food and bargains are of interest..... A walk up Glastonbury Torr is a must.. PS: I’d advise using Junction 23 if travelling on the M5 as this takes you to the A39 and an easy approach to the site.