Chose to stay in a cosy cabin hand crafted on site or bring a tent and set up camp in our beautiful camping area.

Camping area

  • Our beautiful camping area can cater for up to ten tents, you have access to all the facilities including a conservatory / dining area which is perfect when the weather is bad.

Glamping cabins

  • All our quirky cabins have double beds, tea making facilities and wood burning stoves. We have one extra special cabin which has a bathroom with a shower and a small kitchen. Guest can enjoy the cabins all year round, we even accept guests over Christmas!

On site facilities are open for everyone to use and include:

  • Sauna and hot solar showers

Light the fire and get warm in the sauna / shower room, fits up to 4 people.

  • Bar

Our bring your own bar is ordained with trinkets that the owner Pete has collected over the years as his time as a architectural salvage dealer. Gaze at the walls and uncover hidden gems and forgotten stories.

  • Wood pizza oven

Not just for pizzas! Heat your pie, toast marshmallows, all wood provided.

  • Indoor and outdoor kitchen

Complete with oven/grill, microwave, toaster, slow cooker, smoothie maker, fridge, freezer. Industrial available cooker for big groups.

  • Utility room with washing machine

Perfect for those longer trips

  • A constantly evolving pond

Look out for the tadpoles in spring!

  • Pick your own food

Make a tea infusion from the plants growing in the herb garden, pick grapes from the vines lining the conservatory, float around on the sweet aroma of flowers.

Go on, pop a tomato in your mouth.

  • Event space is available for an additional fee (please call for information)

24 seater dining room with self catering kitchen suitable for groups.
A BYO Bar with dance floor, and stage.

  • Local sights; the mound

On the other side of the railway is St Werburgs City Farm, great for children and animal lovers.

Lots of lovely local walks, Snuff Mills, Blaise Castle are all beautiful places to walk.

Organic supermarket just down the road.

We are walking distance to good pubs and restaurants, just ask if you’d like more information.

Check out visitbristol.co.uk for more information and ideas.

  • Location ; buses, trains

The number 5 bus goes from the city centre to the end of the road. Alight the bus at “Mina Road” and walk 10 minutes up to Boiling Wells Lane to reach our site.

Bristol Temple Meads and Montpelier are the closest train stations.

  • Directions

Come off the M32 at jct 3 signposted “Bath”, go all the way around the roundabout to head back on the M32 going the opposite way, immediately take the slip road into St Werburgs. Go over the crossroads following Mina Road pass The Miners Pub. Continue on this road under the first tunnel. Follow the road as it curves round to the right, the road then turns into Boiling Wells Lane. Pass through another tunnel, the entrance is the green gate opposite a caravan in the road.

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