Our West Country location is ideal base for exploring Somerset and in easy reach of the Dorset coastline.
On our doorstep is Parrett Works formally known as Carey’s Mill, although the Mill is now privately owned, its history dates back to the doomsday book, and has produced sailcloth, steam engines, agricultural machines and mass produced wagons and carts.
We also have the River Parrett in walking distance for fishing or a perfect place to observe our local wildlife. The Parrett Trail runs by our park, so we are an ideal place to stay if you enjoy walking.
The Somerset Levels are well known for local food, beers and ciders. What better way to end the day with a good meal from one of our excellent pubs or restaurants. You can also sample the local food from produce markets throughout Somerset and Dorset.
From the park you can see Burrow Hill where you can find local Cider, and the world famous Somerset Brandy. We stock the local Cider and Brandy in our shop.
On the other side you can see Ham Hill which was an Iron Age Hill Fort, Roman site and is now a Country Park. You can walk through the quarries where the local Ham Stone comes from or you can sit and take in the panoramic views.