If you're heading to Somerset for your camping and caravan holidays, why not pitch at the beautiful Coombes Cider Mill Caravan and Camping Park.
Set in acres of farmland, this caravan park gives guests amazing views of the Somerset countryside in which it sits, while at the same time being usefully close to the main transport routes of the area – the M5 is just a short drive away.
Coombes Cider Mill Caravan and Camping Park is open from early March to late November, and welcomes motorhomes and touring caravans onto the site. Hardstanding pitches with electric hook-ups are available at this caravan park in Somerset, while there is also a heated shower and toilet block, a well equipped laundrette and Wi-Fi.
Coombes Cider Mill Caravan and Camping Park is a short drive from the popular coastal town of Burnham-on-Sea, itself a stone’s throw down the coast from Weston-super-Mare. As well as spending time in Burnham and checking out the great beaches found there on your motorhome tour, camping or caravan holidays, families often head to Brean Leisure Park, which has a water park, crazy golf, amusements and a fun collection of fairground rides – plenty to tire the little ones. Other popular attractions in the town include Brean Down Fort, and the high lighthouse and low lighthouse, in Burnham.
This site gives you excellent and easy access to the Mendip Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty – you'll not want to miss the world famous Cheddar Gorge and the Wookey Hole Caves. Whether you want to get around on foot, on two wheels or you'd rather trundle about in your car, the lovely Somerset countryside is sure to delight.
Love exploring quaint country market towns and villages? You'll have plenty to see here, too. Glastonbury is the most famous in Somerset, and out of festival season the town is a quiet, relaxing place where tourists can enjoy a stroll around as well as a look at the market – and don't forget Glastonbury Tor and Glastonbury Abbey. Other popular market towns close to Coombes Cider Mill Caravan and Camping Park include Wells, with its striking cathedral, and Shepton Mallet.
Anyone looking for somewhere busier and filled with leisure and entertainment opportunities should head up the M5 and into Bristol – you can drive there from this campsite in under an hour. There's plenty here in terms of shops and places to eat and drink, plus the zoo makes for a great day out for all the family. You must take in the breathtaking Clifton Suspension Bridge and, while there, enjoy a wander round Clifton itself which has a lovely, village atmosphere, quirky, independent shops and tempting cafes.
This park also benefits from caravan storage.
Pricing Structure 2019;
Casual Touring - £25.00
Seasonal Touring (full season) - £1,850.00
Annual Storage - £350.00
Please contact us for more information.
- Disabled access
- Family park
- Pets allowed
- Designated / private parking
- Electric hook-ups
- Sanitary block(s)
- Wireless internet
On-site facilities include:
• Hard standing seasonal touring pitches: With electric hook-ups
• The Social Club: A comfortable, licenced bar in which to relax and unwind, with seasonal entertainment, bingo and a pool table. Good food, good company and disabled access
• New Laundrette: The latest washing, drying and ironing facilities
• Private parking: Every pitch now boasts private parking directly adjacent to every pitch
• New shower and toilet facilities: Centrally heated and cleaned daily
• 24 hour site warden and electronic gate access: For added peace of mind and security
• WiFi: Fast internet access.
Caravan Storage is also £300 per year