Its semi-rural location a mile from the village of Banwell has it easily accessible too: Junction 21 of the M5 and Worle train station are both two miles away and Bristol airport within 11 miles.Under new ownership since 2016, Myrtle Farm is a family-run, small and level touring park, welcoming families and adults, and facing south with excellent views.As the owners of Myrtle Farm Holidays rightly point out, its setting at the foot of Somerset's Mendip Hills means there's something here for all sorts.Weston-super-Mare is only five miles away, hilly hikes are on the doorstep, and within a quick drive you'll be at famed Somerset and Wiltshire spots like Cheddar Gorge, Bristol and Bath, Stonehenge, Longleat and anciently idiosyncratic Glastonbury.We have experienced coaches who will help get you started.Our members are a friendly bunch and we have a cosy bar with drinks at very good prices.Friendly, helpful Sarah takes orders for breakfasts – eggs from her hens, local sausages and bacon – and delivers to your door.
From £85 per night based on two sharing, includes breakfast - - 01629 650380Ben’s Cabin at Broughton House, Field Broughton, Grange-over-Sands, Cumbria Down lanes edged with dry stone walls and hedges, with distant views of the Lakeland mountains... Tucked away in the corner of the garden Ben’s Cabin, with its twin bedroom, shower room and little kitchen offers snug simplicity and adjoining yurt provides a wonderful relaxation space.
He is now also the Southwest Regional Co-ordinator for the four counties We have a Monday Night Club which is a great social evening and starts at 6.15pm during the season.
A great informal way to give this great game a try?
It's well maintained and spacious with plenty of room for kids to run around.
Facilities include shower and toilet blocks, spotlessly kept and supplied with soap, shower gel and shampoo.