Bucklegrove Holiday Park lies at the foot of the Mendip Hills, with far-reaching views across the Somerset Levels to Brent Knoll. Their accommodation includes luxury lodges with hot tubs, woodland cabins and touring and camping pitches. Superb park facilities include a heated, indoor swimming pool and toddler pool, games room, outdoor play area and The Lodge – bar, grill & restaurant. Flame-grilled steaks and burgers, homemade favourites and children’s meals are all catered for. The Lodge is also where the seasonal entertainment will take place, from a kids disco to art and craft sessions, there will be activities to keep the younger members of the family entertained. Please see website for schedule.
A family friendly park with a knowledgeable team, will always be on hand to help before and during your stay.
Guests have the choice to stay at the luxury lodges with hot tubs, the woodland cabins or the touring & camping pitches.
The park has a heated, indoor swimming pool and toddlers room, a game room and an outdoor play area. There is also a toilet and shower block available. The The Lodge Bar, Grill & Restaurant is an ideal place to relax and unwind serving local produce including ales and scrumpy.
Bucklegrove is only five minutes’ drive from the Wookey Hole Resort and is easily accessible from the M5, junction 22 and close to Bath and Bristol. Located in an area of outstanding natural beauty and close to Cheddar Gorge, Bucklegrove Holiday Park offers a relaxing and refreshing holiday for all the family.
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- Countryside Location
- Family Friendly
- Free car parking
- Swimming Pool
Room / Unit Features
- Free Wi-Fi
Map & Directions
Important note for GPS users: Please do not rely solely on the route provided by your sat-nav as some of the local lanes are not suitable for large/towing vehicles.
From the M5 Motorway: Leave at Junction 22, take the A38 north (signed Cheddar). As you come into the village of Cross take a right turn onto the A371. Stay on this road through Cheddar and Draycott (towards Wells). Continue through the village of Rodney Stoke, (passing the Rodney Stoke Inn on your right) up the hill & the Park is on the left after the ‘s’ bend. Please use second entrance.
From the A303: At Wincanton turn on to the A371 towards Shepton Mallet. Continue through Shepton Mallet on the A371 towards Wells. Upon reaching Wells take the second exit off the roundabout, proceed through the first set of lights, bearing left at the second lights (signed Cheddar). Continue along the A371 though the villages of Haybridge, Easton and Westbury-sub-Mendip. The Park is approx 1/2 mile on the right after leaving Westbury-sub-Mendip.
Public Transport Directions
Rail/Bus: A local bus service stops directly outside of the Park. The route runs from Weston-super-Mare train station, through to Wells via Cheddar and local towns.
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating:
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- 1960SmithDerbyshire, United KingdomTrip Type:FamilyThank you!Friday, 16th August 2019We have just spent a lovely couple of days with our 2 grandchildren and caravan at Bucklegrove. Unfortunately we were involved in a car accident on the way down and ended up arriving really late... Read full review
- Hungrypete1974Trip Type:FamilyWheres my tentFriday, 16th August 2019Great place good camping facilities, unfortunately we came on a very windy couple of days, so much so that the last time I saw my tent it was heading over Kent, being chased by 2 eurofighters, If... Read full review
- GcadwaldenBenenden, United KingdomTrip Type:FamilyNot quite as advertisedSunday, 18th August 2019We stayed in the strawberry field, touring with electric on hard standing. On arrival it became apparent the photos must have been taken on a very nice day as they highered our expectations and in... Read full review
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