At Burnham-on-Sea you are surrounded by a range of visitor attractions.
Animal Farm Adventure Park - plenty of action activities outside with trampolines, panning for treasure, a hill slide, an agility course and more.
Cheddar Caves and Gorge - Visit Britain’s highest, inland limestone cliffs rising up 450ft and explore the depths of stunning stalactite caverns.
Dunster Castle - sited on a wooded hill and the fortified home of the Luttrells for 600 years.
East Somerset Steam Railway - Steam train rides through the picturesque Mendip countryside.
Fleet Air Arm - You’ll ‘fly’ by helicopter to the replica flight deck of the aircraft carrier HMS ARK ROYAL.
Roman Baths Museum - Romans built a magnificent temple and bathing complex that still flows with natural hot water.
West Somerset Steam Railway - has lots of new things on offer including the launch of an ‘Augmented Reality Heritage Hunter'.
This is a typical haven holiday park with the usual amenities. We booked a pitch for our touring caravan, which had water and electric hook ups. As we got there fairly late in the day, we decided to eat in the restaurant on site the mash and barrel. It wasn’t busy but we waited a while for our food which I can’t say was the best food for the money. . The pool was good with a water chute and water fountains for the kids to enjoy. We visited the nearby town of burnham on sea which had the usual shops and gift shops of a seaside town. There was a beach but it was a very blustery day so was empty of people.
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