Brades Acre Caravan Site is a small, level grassy site in the heart of Wiltshire, welcoming touring caravans and tents onto the park site. The park also offers three holiday caravans and a log cabin for hire. The park is open all throughout the year, and electric hook ups are available for all pitches at a small additional cost.
A wide range of facilities are offered at Brades Acre to ensure guests enjoy a great stay on the site, including shower and toilet blocks, laundry facilities, chemical disposal points, and Wi-Fi internet. Firepits are also found at the site, in which guests can hold barbecues, while gas refills are also supplied. The washroom has disabled facilities. Although the park is quiet with no bar, shops, or activities on site, you'll find plenty of things to do and places to visit in the surrounding area.
The site is a short walk from the village of Tilshead, where there is a service station with a well-stocked mini-supermarket, as well as The Rose & Crown Public House and Restaurant, which is family friendly and serves a wide selection of locally sourced food and drink. Guests wanting to do a bigger shop will find leading supermarkets within 10 miles of the site, reached through scenic country lanes.
Away from the park, guests can enjoy exceptional access to Wiltshire, as well as Somerset and Dorset.
The world famous Stonehenge site is a short, pleasant drive from the site, and is perfectly combined with a day in historic Salisbury. Salisbury has a beautiful cathedral and is popular for its wide range of architecture in general. Despite being a place steeped in culture and heritage, it is also a quirky place where old meets new, with plenty of modern shopping and food and drink outlets to be found, although many prefer the tearooms and independent businesses found in Salisbury instead. Avebury is a popular visiting spot for Stonehenge enthusiasts, itself a similar monument but comprising of a trio of stone circles.
Guests also have access to The New Forest National Park and the beautiful south coast of England. Dorset offers miles of Heritage Coastline – its Jurassic Coast is a UNESCO World Heritage Site – while some of the most thriving towns in England are found on the south coast in Weymouth, Poole, and Bournemouth. Tourists feeling extra adventurous can even take the ferry across to the Isle of Wight, or choose to explore a little further and head to the Channel Islands or the north of France.
Back in England, Somerset is a county famed for its market towns and vast landscape of beautiful countryside and rolling hills. As well as towns like Frome, Glastonbury, and Shepton Mallet, guests can enjoy the Mendip Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, home to Cheddar Gorge and the amazing Wookey Hole Caves.
Many choose to head into Bath, where the Roman Baths and Spa are still open to this day, or to Bristol, one of the fastest growing cultural centres in the United Kingdom.
Whether guests choose to stay local or head out into the rest of the south, a stay at Brades Acre Caravan Site is sure to be a memorable one. Put it on your list of good campsites quiet and peaceful tent camping, log cabin, holiday caravan and touring caravan holidays in Wiltshire.
Firepits for BBQs
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