Glamping Cabin at Bucklegrove Holiday Park

Bucklegrove Holiday Park

Sleeps up to 4
Guests Per Unit

1 Bedroom
Accommodation

Suitable for Families Instant Booking

Bucklegrove Holiday Park, at the heart of the ancient kingdom of Wessex, where the coast meets the countryside, lies at the foot of the Mendip Hills, with far-reaching views across to the Somerset Levels and Brent Knoll.

Our Bucklegrove Glamping Cabins offer all the fun & freedom of camping just made easier... great for couples looking for that camping upgrade or for family glamping near Cheddar Gorge and Wookey Hole. Our glamping cabins consist of 1 king size bed and 3ft bunk beds with super comfy memory foam mattresses, sleeping up to four people.

Our units include: TV with DVD player, kettle, microwave, fridge/freezer, heating, access to 2 ring gas hob and grill (including cutlery pack), picnic bench and access for 1 car – extra parking available (additional charges may apply)

Please note that bedding / towels are not included.

Superb Park facilities include a heated, indoor swimming pool and toddler pool, games room, outdoor play area and new for 2017 The Lodge – Bar, Grill & Restaurant all of which can be used by those staying in Bucklegrove Glamping Cabins.

We aim to provide a warm and friendly atmosphere for guests to relax and enjoy our stunning corner of the West Country.

Come glamping in Somerset with us, perfect for both relaxing, thrill seeking and visiting local attractions such as Longleat Safari Park the city of Bristol and World Heritage site of Bath.

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Check In/Out Times

Check in from 15:00 to 19:00
Check out before 11:00

Private Features

Balcony, Terrace
Electricity

Shared Features

Laundry Services
Play Area
Restaurant
Showers
Swimming Pool
Toilets
Washing Up

Boarding

Self Catering

Things To Bring

Bedding
Towels

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Suitable for Couples
Suitable for Families

Glamping Cabin at Bucklegrove Holiday Park

Bucklegrove Holiday Park

10 Reviews

All reviews featured on Glampsites.com have been submitted by genuine customers who have stayed at this accommodation.

7.5/10 overall rating based on 10 Reviews in last 24 months
80% would recommend this site
80% would stay here again

23/08/2022

8

"Good Site for Cheddar and Wells"

Mr J Stevens - Stayed with family, Aug 2022

Friendly and helpful site staff. Good location for Cheddar Gorge, Wells etc. Stayed hottest week of the year so air conditioning in the bar area would have be helpful. Good range of food and drinks.

19/08/2022

8

"Car-free glamping"

Dr S Doshi - Stayed with family, Aug 2022

This site worked brilliantly for us coming by bus. We arrived via Wells, visited Wookey Hole and Cheddar Gorge, then came home via Weston-super-mare (all easily accessible by bus from outside the gate). Cabin was great, showers were fine, didn't really use much else.

10/06/2022

10

"Family friendly"

Miss J Tilcock - Stayed with family, Jun 2022

Great park to stay in with family friendly facilities. We stayed in cabin 1 quite close to bar and swimming pool and was surprisingly quiet. Close to surrounding towns, 10 min drive or they are on the bus route.

01/10/2021

3.1

"Disappointed is an understatement"

Mrs P McCulloch - Stayed with friends, Sep 2021

I emailed the site on my return home, and heard nothing back about how awful the cabin we stayed in was, we didn’t use the outside cooking area as cooker look so dirty and in disrepair, and the so called cupboard with all the pots and pans in was black with what look... I emailed the site on my return home, and heard nothing back about how awful the cabin we stayed in was, we didn’t use the outside cooking area as cooker look so dirty and in disrepair, and the so called cupboard with all the pots and pans in was black with what look like mould, and the back screen was covered in what look liked grease, The cabin didn’t look like anything that was advertised on your site, the outside needed a paint the table and chairs has seen better days, just awful and how you can still charge people for this cabin is beyond me, we left a day earlier than we paid for as we were just so fed up with microwave meals due to the fact we couldn’t/ didn’t want to use the awful outside space. Inside the curtain had a stain on, and cobwebs everywhere. I can honestly say I won’t be back and will not be recommending your site to anyone, even people I’m not keen on!!!

20/09/2021

9

"camping cabin stay"

Miss L Rees - Stayed with partner, Sep 2021

good place to stay

31/08/2021

5.3

"Somewhat disappointed"

Miss C Dennis - Stayed with friends, Aug 2021

We really enjoyed our stay although a few things to highlight. The lack of big bins to put our rubbish in. The toilets were only cleaned in the morning so by the end of the evening were disgusting. The showers were limited so we had to wait one evening so meant our... We really enjoyed our stay although a few things to highlight. The lack of big bins to put our rubbish in. The toilets were only cleaned in the morning so by the end of the evening were disgusting. The showers were limited so we had to wait one evening so meant our dinner got left too long. The showers weren’t the cleanest considering we have just come out of a pandemic they got very dirty quickly. The drainage holes were scummy my hand was black went I bent down to pick up my shower gel and the water didn’t wash away quick enough through the drain holes. The cozy cabin wasn’t cozy with hundreds of cobwebs and spiders. It wouldn’t hurt to Hoover between stays and hose down the outside area. It wasn’t very nice cooking surrounded by dirt and cobwebs and a greasy kitchen tidy the material needed a good scrub. It could’ve been presented so much nicer and more cozy. The mattresses and facilities of it very good but just felt so dirty and tired. The fridge/freezer was dirty too. The park area was small so maybe a few swings and a couple more things for the kids. Going mid week meant we had no entertainment on offer. The kitchen stopped cooking by 8pm and when we collected our take away and asked for separate beans in a pot they mixed in the carton so it was all spread and mixed on our other food. Would’ve been nice to order food a little later as we had done some excursions. The surrounding area was stunning! Was a perfect location for seeing cheddar gorge and the staff of bucklegrove we spoke to were warm and friendly

10/08/2021

4.8

"No swimming pool and dirty cosy cabin"

Mrs L Ward - Stayed with family, Jul 2021

Lovely site, lovely cosy cabin but dirty. Floor dusty, all sorts under beds. The mattress protectors we're covered in stains. After emailing before twice and being told the pool would be open it wasn't! Very disappointed as we booked this because of the pool. Toilet... Lovely site, lovely cosy cabin but dirty. Floor dusty, all sorts under beds. The mattress protectors we're covered in stains. After emailing before twice and being told the pool would be open it wasn't! Very disappointed as we booked this because of the pool. Toilet and showers good.

22/06/2021

9.7

"Beautiful Views in the Mendip Hills"

Miss N Ryles - Stayed with partner, Jun 2021

We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Bucklegrove. The site was well maintained and clean. Staff were helpful. We stayed in one of the wooden cabins for a week in June. It had everything we needed and felt clean. Quiet site and toilet/shower facilities were clean and well... We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Bucklegrove. The site was well maintained and clean. Staff were helpful. We stayed in one of the wooden cabins for a week in June. It had everything we needed and felt clean. Quiet site and toilet/shower facilities were clean and well maintained. The cabin was equipped with a fridge/freezer, kettle, microwave, mugs, plastic cups, plates and bowls for 4 people and some crockery. Outside we had a camping gas stove with two rings. A frying pan and two saucepans were also supplied. These were adequate for us but they had probably seen better days and there didn't seem to be any non stick protection on the frying pan. The bus stop was right outside the site and was £2.50 per adult one way. It was about 15 minutes to Cheddar and 25 minutes to Wells. Due to Covid the bus service was a little infrequent but we were happy to get a taxi back in the evening from Cheddar and it only cost £10. The views were spectacular. I fell in love with them, situated in the Mendip hills and waking up to such wonderful views each morning. We are a couple in our late 20's/early 30's and felt there was plenty to see and do and plenty of places to eat and drink. I recommend Rodney Stoke Inn (book a table) and Westbury Inn (towards Wells about 5 minutes drive from the campsite). In Cheddar, we also went to the Gardeners Arms and had drinks in The White Hart and Riverside Inn. We also had lovely food at Eldeweiss Cafe in Cheddar and Rasoi (Indian).

15/06/2021

9.5

"Good location"

A Klubkov - Stayed with family, Jun 2021

Good location.Good value for money. Cabin terrace needs modernisation (loose steps and floor )

08/06/2021

7.8

"Cabin break"

Mr L Lodder - Stayed with family, May 2021

Had a lovely few days staying in a cosy cabin at Bucklegrove, great value compared to the cost of camping or a holiday home. Cabin was clean and tidy with very comfy beds. Only downsides were, the cooking station was not in the best condition, and there was no point... Had a lovely few days staying in a cosy cabin at Bucklegrove, great value compared to the cost of camping or a holiday home. Cabin was clean and tidy with very comfy beds. Only downsides were, the cooking station was not in the best condition, and there was no point having a microwave as none of the plates or bowls provided were microwave safe!

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