Stonebridge Farm Caravan Park is a quiet and restful caravan site, situated in the heart of rural Somerset. Originally developed as a diversification to the family farm, the park now boasts a variety of spacious pitches over a 6 acre site and is a pleasant holiday destination for adults, children, and pets alike.
Depending on requirements, visitors to the park can choose between Non-Electric pitches, Standard Pitches, high privacy Adult Only bays, or Super Pitches with their own water and grey waste disposal. All new guests will be greeted onsite with a bespoke welcome pack and shown individually to their chosen pitch. From there, visitors are free to make full use of Stonebridges excellent facilities, including an award winning shower and toilet block, fenced dog walk, onsite shop, and information point.
Full Amenities Include
Refurbished shower and toilet block with under-floor heating which won Platinum Loo of the Year again for 2018. Reception area. Small shop selling a range of camping supplies, groceries, fresh fruit and vegetables, eggs, and ice cream. Chemical disposal area for non-toxic and toxic waste. Bespoke welcome pack provided on arrival. Fenced dog walking area for grassy off lead exercising. Dog sitting service. Recycling containers on each pitch with daily collection. Electricity by meter. Tourist information point, with discount cards, leaflets, and information on the local area. Freezing of ice packs at no extra charge. Caravan store and stay facilities. Entrance with security barriers. Washing up area. Free parking on pitch. Disabled access and facilities.
Located within a couple of miles of the M5, Stonebridge Farm Caravan Park is an ideal touring base to explore North Somerset and the West Country. As well as being a mere 6 miles from Weston-super-Mare seafront, the site boasts easy access to the nearby towns of Cheddar, Wells, Brean, and Burnham-on-Sea. For those who enjoy the outdoors, Stonebridge is placed near the National Trust sites of Brean Down, Sand Point and Middle Hope, Ebbor Gorge, Crook Peak and the West Mendip Way. A few minutes? walk into Banwell village allows visitors to find a newsagent, buses, restaurants, a pub, and a church, whilst larger supermarkets are only a short drive away.
- Children Allowed
- Pet Friendly