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Booking now open for 5 May to 8 September 2019.

Peace & Tranquility


Batcombe Vale is a quiet and relaxing campsite situated in the beautiful green hills of Somerset. It offers not only stunning views but peace and tranquility, surrounded by glorious nature and wildlife.

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Natural Beauty


Set in an ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’ near Bruton, the Campsite sits in its own private 120 acre vale with secluded glades, wild landscaped gardens and lakes for you to enjoy.

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Facilities

Camping & Caravanning

Batcombe Vale is a small and friendly site where you will receive a warm welcome. The landscaping includes thirty individual pitches of mown grass, all adjacent a hard roadway. There are electric hook-ups, water, drainage and rubbish points, toilets and showers with free hot water and a chemical disposal unit. Within 3 miles, there are 3 good pubs offering excellent food and ale, shops, a cashpoint and a petrol station. We are a dog friendly site.

Recreation & Leisure

The 120 acre valley around the campsite is part of Batcombe Vale; you are welcome to wander and picnic in the fields. There are beautiful wild gardens, wooded areas, and shaded glades to explore or just relax and observe the abundant wildlife. Walks of varying lengths can be enjoyed from the campsite, including one to the local pub!

Messing about on the Water

The Boating Lake opposite the Reception Hut has four brightly coloured rowing boats, which are free to use by guests staying on the campsite and provide fun for children and adults alike. Parents are fully responsible for their children's safety and behaviour at all times.().

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01749 372373
info@batcombevale.co.uk

Batcombe Vale Campsite,
Batcombe,
Near Bruton,
Somerset BA4 6BW

This is a general enquiries form.

For bookings please use the Book Now page.

For availability please use the Availability page.

Please Note Access to the site for caravans must be from the B3081 between Bruton and Evercreech, then follow the brown tourist signs to the site. Click here for comprehensive directions.