Friday 2 August 2019

Tuckers Grave Wild Camping, Faulkland, Radstock, Somerset

Tuckers Grave Wild Camping, Faulkland, Radstock, Somerset 

Tuckers Grave Wild Camping in Faulkland offers a wonderful camping experience for all the family. The campsite near Bath is the perfect place to escape from the pressures of modern life.

Enjoy a wonderful camping experience within a gorgeous countryside setting. This peaceful and beautiful location is ideal for city dwellers looking for a rural experience. There are 60 pitches in total for campers, tourers and motorhomes. Toilet facilities are also available.

Onsite there is a lovely pub.This 200 year old cider house, 1 of only 6 left in the country, is on the National Inventory of Historic Interiors & has hardly changed since WW1. From Butcome Original to Thatcher Ceddar Valley, there is something for everyone. The interior is rustic with some original Georgian wood panelling, stripped back wooden floors, a working Victorian fireplace, settles, pews & large wooden tables. A great place to socialise over a pint or two. You can also enjoy the beer garden on a warm summer’s day which enjoys stunning countryside views. There is often live music and functions located in the barn that overlooks some of the camping field.

Lots of excellent cycling and walking routes are available in the local area, including The Colliers Way which is part of Route 24 of the National Cycle Network. The route follows the old Somerset & Dorset Railway line and also the former Great Western line.

Local attractions include:

Cheddar Gorge.
Wookey Hole.
Bradford on Avon.
Wells Cathedral.
Glastonbury Tor.
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