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Gamlins Farm Caravan Park in Somerset

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Visit website for more information including tariff www.gamlinsfarmcaravanpark.co.uk

We are a very small, family-run camping and caravan park in a charming and secluded Somerset valley with views of the Quantock Hills. Based next to a working farm near Wellington. We are situated just 2 minutes off the A38. An ideal base for visiting Devon and Somerset.

The site has 3 Pennants from the AA. Free hot showers / hair drier and electric are included in the tariff along with free WiFi. A full laundry room and information room/ lounge area with pool table.

Tents, children and pets welcome. Dogs must be kept on a lead and be exercised in adjacent paddock.

We also have Holiday static caravans to hire 4-8 berth as well as touring caravans to hire. In addition we provide caravan storage in a secure compound monitored by CCTV.

Please contact Janet directly via number below for seasonal pitch inquiries.

Wi-Fi access throughout campsite as well as in all our holiday caravans

Check in time 11am - 8pm. (If you wish to arrive earlier or later please let us know so we can make sure there is someone here to greet you when you arrive)

Send an email or ring to book 01823 672859 or 07967683738/ 07814742472.

We look forward to hearing from you!

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Reviews of Gamlins Farm Caravan Park

This is a lovely quiet site and the family were very accommodating.

It was lovely to have good pressure in the showers and plenty of HOT water. The toilet/shower block were very clean and even had flowers in!!

Very easy access from the M5, supermarkets and plenty of good village pubs close by.

There is a small lake and a lovely large adjacent field for dog walking.

It really was a pleasure to stay, despite the weather.
casual tourers (11th Jun 2012)
we have been going to Gamlin Farm for about 8 years and always found a very friendly welcome. Any problems have been sorted without fuss or a problem. it makes a great base as there are some great pubs for meals and easy access to the surrounding area.
Cyril Hunt (19th May 2012)
We have been going to Gamlins farm for eight years and have always found it to have a very friendly welcome .Any problems have been sorted out, without any fuss or problems.
It makes a great base as there are several good pubs for meals close by and easy access to the surtounding area
Cyril Hunt (19th May 2012)
Good views. Large eggs.Lovely area.Rustic toilets,noisy dusty scrap yard next door.Danger from loose cess pit covers,flies in hot weather.Chicken smells.Our pitch flooded with effluent which we had to wash down.Danger from large lorries on arrival and exit.
Traveller (9th Sep 2011)
Response from Gamlins Farm Caravan Park
To anyone reading: the above review was left by fictitious guests that were asked to leave, we allowed them on site when no other campsite would, due to the size of their extra large RV (which is of similar size to a large goods vehicle). They also had an extra car with them which we did not charge for even though they were taking up two pitches. We also allowed them to use our own personal Wi-Fi (free of charge) which they had access to 24/7. We only charged them £10 a night throughout the duration of their stay even though the price changes during the season. The electric was also an issue as well because of the extravagant RV using so much electric. A number of visitors complained about the views from holiday caravans on site being obstructed by the RV, we also had complaints that they would hound other campers as soon as they arrived. So due to all these issues we asked them to politely leave (with 10 days notice) they where extremely rude to my teenage daughter and left that night.

There isn't a scrap yard next door but a skip hire business so this does result in the occasional HGV vehicle passing. The cess pit cover was more than likely loose due the fact that they were always removing it to put their polluted water away. We have broiler chicken on the farm, the smell may have been due to chicken being re sited or muck being removed from the chicken house which is only done a few times a year! The reason for the "effluent" flooding was due to the fact they had there own washing machine and washing up facilities on board that they had continuously plugged into our water supply for 4-5 + hours at a time (which caused low water pressure for other guest), so the pitch flooded as they where pouring huge amounts of waste water at a time into the nearest manhole cover. The lorries are not are not usually an issue to our campers but because of the size of their vehicle it might have been a problem to them!

We hope that the above review wouldn't stop new customers from visiting us. Please read our other review or visit our website! :)