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Cornish Farm Touring Park

Taunton, Somerset

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Cornish Farm Touring Park is a wonderful, family friendly holiday park close to Taunton in the heart of Somerset. The park is open all throughout the year and is a great location for a break in the countryside, with family pets also welcome. In addition, this campsite has a four-pennant rating from the AA.

Despite being close to Taunton and the M5 motorway, Cornish Farm is a quiet and nicely secluded location, and guests with motorhomes, touring caravans and tents are welcome to pitch here.

Cornish Farm Touring Park has a range of facilities on-site for guests to use during their stay, including toilet and shower blocks, a washing up area, a laundrette and chemical waste disposal points. Selected pitches also benefit from electric hook-ups, while Wi-Fi is provided across the site.

There is plenty of open space for children and family pets to enjoy while on-site, while there are many activities to do in the surrounding area, meaning you won't be short of things to do on your motorhome, camping and caravan holidays in Somerset.

While there are miles of countryside and woodland areas to enjoy, guests can also find numerous locations to play golf, spend a day fishing, and take on family members and friends at tennis.

It is also good to know that when pitched at Cornish Farm Touring Park you can can stock up on essential groceries at a shop that's just a mile away, while Taunton (which is a 10- or 15-minute drive away) has supermarkets and a wider range of outlets so guests are able to buy everything they need from food to clothes and much more. There are also friendly country pubs and a number of restaurants close by so guests can eat out should they wish – it's always nice to have a night off cooking and washing up when on holiday!

Spend your holidays in Somerset at Cornish Farm Touring Park and you have the whole of Somerset, Dorset and Devon to explore. Famous, mystical Glastonbury and the beautiful cathedral city of Wells are well worth some of your time – Wells is about an hour from this campsite, Glastonbury a touch closer.

Visit Somerset and you'll surely want to learn more about the area's breathtaking natural beauty. There is the Mendip Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, which boasts the famous Cheddar Gorge and Wookey Hole Caves. Discover it on foot, on horseback or on your bike.

North west of Cornish Farm Touring Park is the Exmoor National Park, an area of wild, magnificent natural beauty that runs right up to the north Somerset coast – head to Porlock, around an hour from this campsite by car, and from the hill that overlooks this village, you can enjoy memorable views along the coast.

To the south of this campsite you can cross the county boundary into Dorset, with its UNESCO World Heritage Jurassic Coast boasting amazing beaches as well as cliff top walks. Many tourists are attracted to the fossil digs that take place on the coastline, while there are also cave networks and other features that can be easily explored.

Open all year.

Facilities:
Pets allowed, Allow rallies, Disabled access, Family park, Electric hook-ups, Sanitary block(s), Laundry, Shop, Designated / private parking, Visitor parking, Wireless internet, Washing up facilities

Drive over waste water facility.
Small shop on site (non food) for camping essentials
Practical Caravans Top 100 Park award 2006


Accomodations:
Touring pitches, Motorhome pitches, Tent pitches

Nearby attractions:
Golf, Swimming (Indoor), Tennis

Fyne Court
Museum of Somerset
Taunton Castle
Wellington Monument


Cornish Farm Touring Park (www)

Shoreditch
Somerset, South West England
United Kingdom
TA3 7BS
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Lovely site and very friendly staff, but spoiled by bikers and loud music especially late at night. Very disappointed, that this issue has not been addressed as I had work done by VanBitz a few months ago and other campers were talking about the nuisance then.