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Welcome To Crimson Hill Farm

Kevin and Alison Hill
Crimson Hill Farm
Belmont Road
Curry Mallet

Tel :  01823480436

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Caravan and Motorhome Club
Members Only
5 Outfits Only

A peaceful site situated in a tranquil rural area of outstanding beauty between the villages of Curry Mallet and Hatch Beauchamp. The site enjoys truly stunning views of the Quantock, Black down and Brendon Hills, and is well located for access to the M5. Grass pitches with electric hook up, recycling/waste facilities and good TV reception. There are two excellent pubs serving quality food only a short walk away (one mile). A well-stocked grocery store is located only a mile away providing local produce, Post Office services, food and coffee. Dogs welcome. Local walks. Fish and chip van in Hatch Beauchamp on a Wednesday. The site also has beautiful sunsets in the summer .Local attractions include:- Hestercombe House, Barrington Court and Monacute House. Centrally situated for North and South coasts.

Facilities : Electric hook up available, Suitable for Caravans and Motorhomes, Grass pitches, Scenic views, Toilet, Shower, Battery charging, B & B, Dogs allowed, TV reception good.

Nearby : Shop, Cafe/Tea room, Pub/Restauranr

Open : All year

Pitch Fee : from £12

Reviews  ↓

Great CL!

Can only echo other reviews and say what a lovely little site this is! Clean facilities, well-maintained and a beautiful location. Quiet lanes are great for walking and cycling. Very much enjoyed our stay.

Exactly waht it says on the tin

The description of this site on the website is 100% accurate and I can't add much to it, except to say that the owner is very pleasant and helpful. It is a gem of a CL and reasonably priced as it includes use of a shower. Only small negative is that the last half mile of approach is along a narrow lane with limited passing places. Will definitely use this site again.

Just lovely!

Have just spent 3 nights here with two children and a dog. Pretty flat field, quiet, amazing views, relaxed hosts, lots of animals and wildlife and easy to get to. Will definitely return.

Really lovely site

We have just had a 13 night stay at this lovely CL. Our son lives nearby so it is an ideal base for us to see our grandchildren. The site is very peaceful and the views are amazing. Kev and Ally are very welcoming and we could happily have kidnapped Rufus!! We will definitely be going back again and again.

Beautifull views and peacefull location - April 2018

After a short drive along a small country road we arrived at Crimson Hill Farm site, access into the farm wasn't an issue. After turning into the site field we were greeted with stunning views towards the Quantocks and beyond. We were the only ones on the site at the time over the period of our five night stay, a couple of other vans visited but only over night; having plenty of space between pitches made the stay a very quiet and pleasant one. Two local Pubs, one walking distance (The Bell) with a local country shop next door, makes for a nice walk taking approximately 40 minutes at a stroll. We visited the other on the way back from a day out and had a meal, very nice and reasonably priced food. Close to National Trust locations and 30 miles from Mine head ideally situated for days out. Toilet and shower always clean and tidy which is attached and part of the house. As you visit, you walk by both the sheep, lambs and horses in the paddock which is lovely especially first thing in the morning, also Rufus, Kevin's little dog comes out to greet you 'good morning'. A really lovely stay Kevin and his wife really friendly and helpful, we will visit again.

Directions : Leave M5 at junction 25 onto the A358 sp Ilminster, in 2.75 miles, 0.3 mile past A378 junction turn left signposted Hatch Beauchamp. In 1.25 miles in village turn left at Hatch Inn PH signposted Beer Crowcombe, Curry Mallet, Fivehead, and immediately turn left signposted Beer Crowcombe, Curry Mallet, Fivehead. In 0.3 mile turn first left signposted Firehead. Site is on the left in 0.6 miles. Care required as road is narrow, passing places.