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Batcombe Vale Campsite & Bruton

June 28, 2018

Batcombe Vale Campsite is nestled in the heart of Somerset in the village of Batcombe. The journey to the campsite leads you past fields of cows, down into a valley where you’ll see tents and camper vans hidden amongst the trees.

There are 30 pitches for tents, campervans and caravans, each one marked and numbered with your own area. Individual pitches mean the site is never overcrowded, but can be busy when full.
Batcombe Vale has its own boating lake with two rowing boats that are free for campers to use. There’s a small shop at reception selling local produce like eggs from the farm and locally made cider. You can also pick up information about things to do nearby and walks from the campsite.

The campsite is close to the picturesque town of Bruton and Hauser & Wirth gallery. It’s always worth a visit for a stroll around the galleries and gardens or for getting a bite to eat. Whilst you’re in Bruton head to At The Chapel for delicious brunch, coffee, pastries and tasty pizza.

There’s a nice walk from the campsite across fields to Batcombe. There’s several pubs for food and drink in the village and the Three Horse Shoes has a great pub garden for summer evenings.

Batcombe Vale Campsite and Bruton

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