Dulhorn Farm Camping Site is a wonderful, family owned and run holiday park close to the popular coastal town of Weston-Super-Mare. This four-star holiday park welcomes touring caravans onto the site while also offering four holiday cottages for guests to stay in should they wish to. There is also a number of static caravans available for purchase at the park, while competitively priced caravan storage is available at the site, too. Seasonal and part season pitches are available for guests looking to return to Dulhorn Farm on a regular basis.
Most of the pitches at Dulhorn Farm benefit from an electric hook up being available, while camping gas is available at the park for guests who need it.
The site is a great place to spend a holiday with the family, with many of the pitches offering brilliant views towards the Mendip Hills. A large children’s play area combined with open spaces is great for keeping the kids entertained and wearing them out, and there is also a laundry room and toilet block available on the site for guests to use during their stay.
Swimming, golf, fishing, sailing, and many other activities are available at a variety of locations close to Dulhorn Farm.
Weston-Super-Mare is very much a traditional seaside town, but has plenty of other attractions to keep tourists busy during a day there. The famous Grand Pier is definitely somewhere to spend some time when in the town, while the Helicopter Museum and the Weston-Super-Mare Museum should also be considered must visit. The outskirts of the town also has several fields and open spaces that are adorned with ancient buildings and ruins of settlements.
To the south of the park is the quieter coastal town of Burnham-on-Sea. Although there aren’t as many attractions as in Weston-Super-Mare, the town is popular with tourists owing to its water park and clean, sandy beaches. Brean Leisure Park is found on the coast between the two towns, and with a water park, crazy golf, fairground rides and more, it is definitely a place to spend a fun family day out.
Guests that are happy to get active and love exploring the outdoors are encouraged to check out the nearby Mendip Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. This area is often best explored on bicycle, but is beautiful on foot or even in the car if guests aren’t feeling particularly energetic.
The tops of the Mendips offer inspirational views of the surrounding Somerset landscape, while popular attractions such as Cheddar Gorge and the Wookey Hole Caves must be seen and experienced.
Another feature of the area is the quaint market towns that can be found throughout the countryside. From the popular and famous such as Glastonbury to the lesser known locations like Pilton, there are plenty of coffee shops, cafés, friendly country pubs, and other local businesses where tourists can look around and buy refreshments or holiday memories.
Dulhorn Farm is a wonderful site with plenty to do both at the park and close by, and is a highly recommended holiday park in Somerset.
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Gloucestershire 07 Jul 2011
I stayed here as part of a group for a long weekend. The campsite could not have been cleaner including the loos, washing up area, chemical disposal etc. There were no queues for anything, free warm showers and friendly owners who kept an eye on everything without being intrusive. Generally a low key vibe which was just perfect. Lovely place - will definitely return.