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Brook Lodge Farm Camping & Caravan Park, Bristol, Bristol

Brook Lodge Farm Camping & Caravan Park
Cowslip Green

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Brook Lodge situated in the historic hamlet of Cowslip Green the home of Hannah More,dates from the 1730īs. The stream winds its way along four acres of grass park,sheltered by mature native trees,with an abundance of flowers and wildlife. Brook Lodge is constantly reviewing & implementing new ways to improve the environment of the park in all aspects. To protect and increase the flora & fauna that we are lucky enough to have here, for example construction of wildlife corridor 2002, bat boxs, new pond & tree conservation area,recycling point etc., thus improving this environment for visitors from all around the world.
Brook Lodge is ideally situated as a touring centre with easy access off the A38 for the historic city of Bristol, the famous World Heritage city of Bath, Wells, Glastonbury & the Mendip Hills.

*3.5 acres in a shelterd rural setting, mainly grass pitches & some hard standing .
*29 Touring & Tent pitches all with electric hook up
*Modern shower & Toilet block (no additional charges for hot showers and hot water wash-up ).
*Chemical waste disposal point
*Recycling Point - paper, glass, tin, food
*Dog walk
*Bicycle hire
*Garden area with seating for guests
*Ironing facilties
*Public telephone
*Washing machine & drying lines
*Childrens play areas


Ratings/Awards: ETC/AA 3 Star
Green South West Tourism Award
Green Business Bronze Award for 2006, 2008
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