Holly Bush Park Taunton, Somerset, South West England, TA3 7EA (Location map)

4 stars out of 1 review

Open all year

Holly Bush Park is a 4-star rated complex set in the inspirational Blackdown Hills of Somerset. The park is open across the whole year and is welcomes families as well as their pets.

Although the site is small, the high rating tells you everything you need to know about the quality of the facilities here. Holly Bush Park is relatively remote, meaning that you will often never hear anything other than the sound of chirping birds. The park has a number of pitches available to both motorhomes and tents, with electric hook ups and wireless internet available across the site.

Holly Bush Park is set within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with many trails making the whole surrounding location perfect for those who want to walk or cycle to explore the scenery, or just kick back and relax for the duration of their break.

The park is close to the towns of Taunton and Honiton, meaning if you wish to leave Holly Bush and explore some of the other amazing areas that Somerset has to offer, everything is well within your grasp.

Cheddar Gorge and the Fleet Air Museum are close by for those looking to explore locally, while cider enthusiasts will be pleased to note the presence of a number of farms that both grow apples and produce the finished product themselves.

If you are looking to get active, there are two sports centres within five miles of Holly Bush Park, while golf courses, horse riding centres, and fishing spots are even closer.

Although there are no bars or restaurants situated in the park itself, the Holman Clavel, a 16th century in, is situated just yards away from the main entrance to Holly Bush.

Holly Bush Park is one of the leading camping sites in Somerset, and an ideal base for exploring much of what the local area has to offer.


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Somerset, South West England
United Kingdom


From M5 - exit an J25 and follow signs for Taubton on dual carriageway. A1st traffic lights turn left, following signs to Corfe and the Race course (B3170). Go through Corfe and past the golf club and look for a crossroads, turn right (S/post Wellington/ Churchinford). Stay on this road for approx ½ mile and then turn right at T junction. Holly Bush is on the left hand side, approx 150 yards after the turning.

Nearby attractions

Mid-way between the north and south coasts, it is ideally situated to visit many places of interest, Exmoor, Wellington Monument, West Somerset Railway, Lyme Regis, Minehead and Sidmouth being within easy reach. The area has many other attractions including gardens, National Trust properties, cider farms, animal parks and museums, and plenty of local pubs serving excellent food, including one within walking distance. Golf, horse riding and fishing are all within a 2 mile radius, and two sports centres are about 5 miles away.

Things to do nearby

  • Cycle hire
  • Fishing
  • Golf
  • Horse Riding
  • Swimming (Indoor)
  • Gym
  • Leisure Centre

Cheddar Caves and Gorge
Wookey Hole
Cricket St Thomas Wildlife Park
Sheppy's Cider
Fleet Air Arm Museum
Dunster Medieval Village
Coates Willows and Wetlands




Other facilities

Extra Costs:
Additional Car - £1 per night
Awning - £1.50 per night
Day Visitor - 50p per night
B&B also available

We do not charge for pets or children under 3 years of age. Calor gas and Camping Gaz cylinders are for sale, and caravan storage is available, if required, up to a limit.

Motorhome pitches40£15.50-£19.50
Touring pitches40£15.50-£19.50
Tent pitches40£13.00-£17.00
Seasonal pitches£1,600.00
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4.0 stars

This site is owned and run by a very nice ladt called Rae, the site is very clean, very dog freindly and the owners go out of their way to ensure your stay with them is a good one. we were met on arrival by the lady owner who proceeded to make us a cup of tea and a slice of cake after our long jurney from Lancashire.