Alan Rogers Review
This is an award-winning site that is exceptionally well maintained and set beside the River Tone, in a pretty part of South Somerset. Tony and Anne Taylor have enthusiastically developed Waterrow into a charming, landscaped touring park for adults only. Nestling in a little sheltered valley, it is very peaceful and suitable either for an overnight stop (just over 40 minutes from M5) or ideal as a base for exploring nearby Exmoor and the Brendon Hills. There are 42 touring pitches, most of which are on level hardstandings, all with full services. All have 16A electricity, spring and mains water are available and TV aerial points have been installed (long leads sold on-site). A member of the Best of British group. The site is ideally placed for visiting Exmoor, Tarr steps, Doone Valley and the North Somerset coast.
Converted barns have been put to good use, providing local tourist information, a small library and a visual record of the park’s development. Further down the park, below the touring area, wide steps lead to the park’s own nature reserve where, alongside the river, you can find the Otter Holt, go fly-fishing for wild brown trout (tuition available), take a riverside walk or just relax and watch the birds (the swallows can be seen on the site’s CCTV).