Friday 5 August 2022

Diamond Farm Holiday Park, Brean, Burnham-on-Sea, Somerset

Diamond Farm Holiday Park, Brean, Burnham-on-Sea, Somerset

Diamond Farm Holiday Park is in the heart of the Somerset countryside and yet only 3/4 mile from the glorious sands of Brean, a convenient location to enable you to enjoy the many activities for all ages at Brean and the surrounding areas while benefiting from the peace of the countryside. In addition, this lovely park is just a short drive from the coastal town of Burnham-on-Sea.

On the site, you will find level and generous-sized pitches with provisions for car parking alongside your caravan or tent. There are 20 electric pitches in total and 60 non-electric tent pitches. These include two separate blocks of excellent washroom and shower facilities, where we take special pride in the standard of cleanliness. Separate facilities for the disabled are also available in each block. We have a small, well-stocked shop that provides basic groceries and a cafe that caters for meals all day, from a typical English breakfast to a late-night snack.

There are three holiday homes for those wanting a bit more luxury. Gadara Bungalow is a spacious three-bedroom bungalow set in a private garden in the dunes, with private access to the miles of sandy beach at Brean. New in 2021, Flatholm & Steepholm are two semi-detached luxury two-bedroom modern cottages with extensive decking, outdoor furniture, and a private hot tub. The cottages sleep 4 in a king and twin room, and these new properties are family, pet and wheelchair friendly. Enjoy time in the peaceful countryside with long-ranging views towards Uphill and Brean Down. The perfect spot to unwind and enjoy with family or friends. Free reserved parking on-site, cafe and bike hire.

From Diamond Farm, you can see Brean Down, a National Trust headland from which you get panoramic views of the Quantock Hills and across the Bristol Channel to the Welsh Coast. The nearby sandy beach stretches in both directions for over seven miles. Inland, you can see why the Somerset countryside has been a favourite for generations of families. There are cider orchards on the slopes of the Mendip Hills, cheese making at Cheddar, villages, cottages, stately homes and many family tourist attractions.
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