A small and secluded garden site for adults only, Bath Chew Valley has been developed with much tender love and care by the Betton family, who are rightly proud of their David Bellamy Gold award. Hardstanding pitches are sited amongst colourful beds of flowers, shrubs and trees. Cars are tucked away on the nearby car park, providing a tranquil and restful atmosphere. An area of woodland is adjacent with an enclosed dog walking area called Puppies’ Parade. The warden will assist you in placing your caravan.
There are 42 spacious, pitches (some seasonal) including 30 which are fully serviced, all with 16 amp electricity connections. Two timber lodges are available to rent and are proving very popular, so must be booked in advance. The site is a member of the Caravan and Motorhome Club Affiliated Site Scheme but visitors who are not members of the club are also very welcome. It is also a member of the Best of British group.
This park will particularly appeal to garden and nature lovers. Adjacent to the reception, there is a good library, also providing tourist information. Chew Valley Lake is a walk of about half a mile with trout fishing available and is popular for birdwatching. There are several circular walks in the area – visitors may borrow the route plans and a walking stick from reception or take advantage of the on-site car hire. Bristol and Bath are within easy driving distance and Cheddar Gorge or Longleat make excellent days out.