Maple Glamping tent.
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Features & Facilities
- The Gathering Barn, a large communal, covered area has all manner of equipment, utensils, pots, pans, crockery and cutlery you may need. Gas hobs with kettles. Free tea, coffee and sugar. Large dining tables and a selection of chairs, a bar area. Sofas and comfy chairs to read from the supplied selection of books, local information and things to do. Maps, Books, magazines, jigsaws, games and a large toy chest full of outdoor games.
- Our toilet and shower facilities are kept spotlessly clean. Free hot and efficient showers.
- The Washing up station has everything supplied that you need to wash & dry-up, even foot stools so the kiddies can reach the sinks.
- A selection of Fire-pits and barbeques are freely available to borrow.
- Log shed, full with kindling, logs, firelighters, newspaper, Charcoal. An honesty system with payment details on hand.
- Recycling bins for glass, plastic, cardboard, tins, foil and food waste. We highly encourage recycling here at Cotswold Meadow Camping.
In an area of outstanding natural beauty, the quiet approach lanes to Cotswold Meadow Camping are designated recreational routes. A hive of activity with dog walkers, cyclists, runners and horse riders.
Many Ordnance Survey recognised footpaths and circular walks meander around Chipping Sodbury. The Frome Valley Walkway is an 18-mile footpath which follows the River Frome from the River Avon in the centre of Bristol to the Cotswold Hills in South Gloucestershire.
Surrounded by un-spoilt countryside and adjacent to dairy herd's grazing fields the campsite here is ideally situated for visiting the south Cotswolds and the cities of Bristol and Bath.
The new surfing attraction, The Wave, is only a 30 minute drive from us. We are not far from both the M4 (jct18) and the M5 (jct14) for easy access to the Southwest and Wales.
Food & Drink
The nearby town of Chipping Sodbury has an awesome variety of coffee shops, pubs (there are 8!), delicatessen and restaurants. Independent retailers and boutique shops sit next to convenience stores in its High Street and Broad Street, a bustling market town since medieval times.
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Leave the M4 at junction 18 for the A46, signposted for Bath/Stroud. Stay on the A46 for just over two miles until the road splits. Take the left fork onto the A432/Badminton Road, signposted for Yate. After a mile or so, turn right onto Commonmead Lane. Cotswold Meadow Camping is on the left.
Bristol Parkway Railway Station is eight miles away and has great connections to London – and elsewhere. There are regular buses to Chipping Sodbury which is about a mile-and-a-half from Cotswold Meadow Camping.