We are extremely proud of our hall, its location and facilities and of course the complements we continually receive from our customers.
We boast of a spacious village hall and kitchen, together with a separate bar area. Our car park is big enough to take more than 40 cars. Adjacent to the hall you will find our large, almost level, south-southeast facing recreation field, giving extensive views across the Cam Valley. Up to 80 units, together with their towing vehicle, can be accommodated. We can offer 5 electric hook-ups, toilet facilities and separate ladies and gents communal showers, all of which are attached to the hall.
An important aspect of our site is the wonderful scenic layout of the field, which lends itself to camping or caravanning because almost without exception, everyone shares what sun is available from sunrise to sunset!
At the opposite end of the hall is situated a chemical waste disposal room. Attached to the outside wall of the kitchen, you will find a tap providing drinking water and a small sump for grey water disposal. Close by the tap are to be found rubbish and recycling bins.
One hundred metres from the site is an excellemt Farm Shop and café.
Less than a mile away in Timsbury, you will find 2 shops selling groceries, milk and newspapers, plus an in-house Post Office. Also in Timsbury is a chemist and a day-time restaurant, a Dr’s surgery and a Fish & Chip shop.
Camerton and Timsbury both have C of E churches.
You will have two choices if you want a pub for a drink or evening meal. The Seven Stars in Timsbury or The King William, which is just over a mile away in Tunley.
There is a large Tesco store, just over 4 miles away in Midsomer Norton. At Odd Down (on the outskirts of Bath, 4 miles away) there is a Sainsbury supermarket; in Radstock about 3 miles away, is a large branch of the CO-OP.
Whilst being just 6.5 miles from the centre of Bath and the world famous Roman Baths and 12 miles from Bristol, where you might wish to take a water taxi to visit the SS Great Britain or just take a sight seeing trip around Bristol’s Floating Harbour or maybe drive up onto Durdham Downs and view the Clifton Suspension Bridge and the Avon Gorge from the Seawalls!
There are also numerous other local places to visit, which are just a short car drive away. These include: Wells, Frome, Longleat, Cheddar Gorge, Wookey Hole and the Chew Valley Lake (there is a restaurant and a Fish & Chip shop here, right on the side of the lake). Just over an hour’s drive will get you to Weston-Super-Mare, Slimbridge Wetlands and Wildlife Trust, Stonehenge or Salisbury.
If you feel the need to partake in some retail therapy, then you can visit the shopping precincts in Bath (Southgate), Clark’s Village in Street, The Galleries in Bristol or The Mall at Cribbs Causeway, all less than an hour by car.
On the outskirts of both Bristol and Bath can be found Park & Ride facilities.
Together with its proximity to the M4 (which can be less than an hours driving time away) and the quietness of its beautiful countryside location, Camerton is an idyllic place to choose as a hub, to enjoy your caravan or camping experience. Should you stay here for 2 whole weeks, we are certain that there would still be many, many places that you wouldn’t have had time to visit!
We look forward to hearing from you!
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Q. How many guests can the hall take?
A: Easily 180 table seated, depending on table arrangements, and 200 theatre style.
Q. Does the hall have Wi Fi?
A. Yes, the access code is available on the foyer notice board.
Q. Is there a PA system?
A. Yes, we have recently installed a new system which caters for indoor and outdoor use (very useful for field announcements)
Q. What facilities are available locally?
A. You will see a list of facilities which previous hall customers have used and been very happy with, however, please be aware that this is in no way a recommendation by the hall committee.
Q Is it good walking country?
A: Very much so, boasting a very wide range of country rambles; you can even walk down through either of the beautiful Cam or Priston valleys to Bath within two hours and catch the bus back!