Somerset View Caravan Park is a small and friendly caravan park in the heart of Somerset, close to the M5 motorway but enjoying a quiet and idyllic countryside setting. The park is a popular base used by guests looking to explore the very best of Somerset as well as Devon and Dorset, as well as being a great place to stay over on the way through to Cornwall or into the Midlands.
The park offers 22 touring pitches and 13 seasonal pitches. All pitches benefit from electric hook-ups for guests to use, while the site also houses modern and clean showers, toilets, and laundry blocks for guests’ convenience. The park is family friendly, while pets are allowed at the discretion of the park manager.
Secure storage is offered all year round at Somerset View Caravan Park; guests looking to use the site as their permanent holiday getaway can leave their caravans at the park for a very reasonable cost.
Somerset View Caravan Park is less than a mile away from its nearest village, North Petherton. Guests will find all of the holiday essentials they need in the village along with plenty of options for eating and drinking. North Petherton is home to a number of local businesses offering the best Somerset produce, in addition to pubs, eateries, and a Tesco Express outlet. A short distance outside the village and adjacent to the park is North Petherton Rugby Club, which permits guests staying at Somerset View Caravan Park to use the club bar during their trip.
The two nearest major towns are Bridgwater and Taunton. Both are within five miles and are easily reached from the site. Both towns offer plenty to do no matter the interests and passions of your family. They offer a wider selection of shops and restaurants that North Petherton as well as hosting a number of cultural attractions including museums, art galleries, theatres, and much more. Bridgwater and Taunton also have plenty of open space for children to enjoy, while cricket lovers can watch Somerset County Cricket Club from the famous ground in Taunton itself.
Further afield, guests will discover an array of attractions within an hour of the park. Cheddar Gorge and the Wookey Hole Caves are popular places to visit. Both are found within the Mendip Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and provide a memorable day out.
The market town of Glastonbury, home to a famous abbey and the well-known Glastonbury Tor, is also close by, and outside of the festival weekend is a quiet yet exciting place to explore.
Nature and wildlife lovers can head to Longleat Safari Park to get up close and personal with some amazing creatures while in the comfort of their own vehicle.
Those looking for activities close to the park will find a lake for carp fishing over the road from the site, while there are two wonderful golf clubs within five miles at Enmore Park and Taunton Vale. Guests also have the surrounding countryside at their disposal with numerous walking routes offering amazing views of the Somerset Landscape.
For more ideas on places to visit and things to do during your camping, motorhome and caravan holidays in South West England, please see our sister website Practical Caravan’s travel guide. http://www.practicalcaravan.com/caravan-travel-guides/28040-south-west-england
Caravan storage facility for those who love caravanning but have too little space at home to store their pride and joy
Close to all the attractions of the local coast.
Also Glastonbury, Exmoor and Cheddar are well worth a visit. Enjoy country walks and cycling in the Quantocks.
There is even a golf course and fishing lake close by.
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Lancashire 31 Jul 2016
Used this site for a one night stopover on our way to North Devon, and what a great site it is. Really friendly owners, very clean toilets and showers, and only a few min's off the M5. Only a short walk to the local village, or a short car ride to a supermarket. This really is a great site, we are now looking at maybe having a week here to visit the area.