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We are on google maps also, but some satellite navigation systems take you on a bit of a goose chase, so we include these directions with every booking confirmation, and we have got signs out near to the campsite to help direct you here, but if you get stuck, you can always call us.  

From Bath – Heading South

From the A36 heading towards Warminster you will pass the villages of Hinton Charterhouse, and later Norton St Phillip.  You will enter in to the village of Woolverton and pass the Red Lion pub on your left hand side.  There are 3 right hand turns, you will need to take the 2nd, towards Lullington, be careful as it is on a bend, and so indicate early.  This road will take you straight to the campsite, you will drive straight over a mini crossroads and pass Sleight Farm on your right hand side, and we are approximately 300 yards from Sleight Farm on the Right.

From Frome – Heading North

On the A361 heading towards Bath, You will enter on to the A36 there are a series of roundabouts all of which you head towards Bath.  The final roundabout, at Beckington (which has a Texaco petrol station & Little Chef) Keep in left hand lane to go straight on to Bath, approximately ½ mile down the road you will pass over the river Frome and on the left hand side after the Toll House turn left towards Laverton.  You will approach a mini cross road, at which point you turn left, passing Sleight Farm on your right hand side.  We are approximately 300 yards from Sleight Farm on the Right.


3 months ago

Pitchperfect Camping

Due to current amazing hot weather we are experiencing, our grass has become incredibly dry.

We have decided, for everyone's safety, to ban all firepits and low level BBQs until further notice.
BBQs with legs that stand clearly off the ground will be permitted.

We've not taken this decision lightly as we know campfires add to the camping experience, however, it really wouldn't take much for a fire to start.

I hope you understand our decision but safety is paramount.

Thanks, Emma and James.
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