Best Adult Site 2018, Best Open All Year Site 2018 and Regional Winner for the 10th consecutive year in Practical Caravan and Practical Motorhome’s Top 100

Bath Chew Valley Caravan Park has a friendly, garden feel, attentive staff, list of features and thoughtful details that all add up to the make it the best park from which to visit Bath, Bristol, Cheddar, Wells and the Mendip Hills

Park Facilities

Neatly landscaped lawns and flower beds separate 45 spacious hard standing touring pitches for caravans, motor caravans, and trailer tents.

Each hard standing has a 16amp electric hook-up.

You can choose a fully serviced pitch with TV point, fresh water and waste water connections.

Our pitch fee includes awnings and there is a motorhome service point for your convenience.

Our heated facilities building boast private washrooms with hand basin, WC and shower. There is also a disabled suite.

Showers are free.

Also in the building is a washing-up area and launderette equipped with clothes washer/dryer, iron and freezer.

At reception you can buy gas, find extensive local tourist information, borrow a book from our library or use the free internet access. Wifi is available all over the entire park.

We do not charge extra for pets at Bath Chew Valley Caravan Park, though for the comfort of all guests, we ask you to follow our ‘welcome pet policy’ on the park and in the exercise area.

Just a few moments’ walk from Bath Chew Valley Caravan Park is the centre of Bishop Sutton where you will find a village store and country pubs.

What’s On Nearby

Lovely Chew Valley Lake and the surrounding area is a haven for walking, cycling, fishing, boating, bird-watching and photography

Find guides to walking and cycling routes at the caravan park reception.

The 1,200 acre lake is a popular venue for trout and pike fishing.

The Roman City of Bath is a short drive with a good park and ride to let you enjoy the attractions of this open city.

The Abbey, Roman Baths, Pulteney Bridge and shopping malls are all within walking distance of the city centre and you can take the famous spa waters.

There’s something for everyone all year round in the maritime City of Bristol which also has a good park and ride as well as regular bus service from Bishop Sutton.

The Somerset coast is a pleasant drive along the Mendip Hills to the resort of Weston-super-Mare and it’s famous pier. There are miles of golden sands and good coastal walks.

Further afield, Somerset offers a variety of attractions, Wookey, Cheddar Gorge, National Trust sites and country towns.

We’re delighted to help with local advice and if you’d rather leave your motorhome on the park you can hire a car from the caravan park.

Of course, you don’t have to travel anywhere, simply relaxing around Bath Chew Valley Caravan Park is the perfect adult only holiday for many. Do come and relax with us soon.

How To Find Us

SATNAV routes are not suitable for all caravans or motorhomes in this part of Somerset. Please click for directions.

For your peace and comfort, car parking is provided at the edge of the caravan site.

A touring pitch which accommodates a vehicle is available for disabled guests. Bath Chew Valley Caravan Park is popular all year-round, booking is essential.

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