Places to go…
Margery Fish’s iconic cottage garden at East Lambrook Manor
“In the development of gardening in the second half of the twentieth century no garden has yet had greater effect.” John Sales, National Trust
A masterpiece of Elizabethan Renaissance architecture and design. With its towering walls of glass, glow of ham stone and surrounding garden, it is a place of beauty and wonder.
Dinosaurland Fossil Museum is a private museum which is owned and run by Palaeontologist Steve Davies and his wife Jenny. The museum contains a spectacular collection of the local Jurassic marine fossils. The collection grows each year and is now probably the best fossil collection on public display in SW England.
It is a traditional museum using the beauty and majesty of more than 12,000 specimens to show people just how exciting and wonderful the world of fossils and dinosaurs really is.
A tranquil, peaceful and intimate spot, the gardens are beautifully situated in undulating Dorset countryside, with a lake, canals, broad sweeping and formal gardens.
There’s always fun and adventure to be had at Wookey Hole Caves and Attractions… Hidden away beneath the Mendip Hills is a spectacular underground network of breath-taking caverns!
Sellers from 11am – no need to book
Places to eat…
Just down the road at the roundabout, Lopen Raj is the closest takeaway restaurant to the camp site. With a strong selection of dishes and very friendly staff, it’s ideal for a lovely Thai or Indian meal in walking distance.
Haselbury Mill has now rocketed its way to being one of the best hospitality, restaurant and function venues in the South West, offering a rariety of different of dining experiences 7 days a week.