8 Hoburne Blue An­chor

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Sit­u­ated on the coast be­tween Mine­head and Watchet, this site is nes­tled be­tween the Quan­tock Hills and Ex­moor Na­tional Park, so you’ve plenty of op­por­tu­ni­ties to ex­plore the great outdoors. How­ever, if you’re more in­clined to stay on site, you’ve still plenty to choose from in terms of things to do. There’s a peace­ful, re­lax­ing na­ture trail on-site, or an out­door ad­ven­ture play­ground for those with a bit more en­ergy to re­lease. There’s also an in­door swim­ming pool, crazy golf and a beach­side café where you can sit back and just un­wind. Fur­ther food op­tions come from the two lo­cal pubs, The Smug­gler’s Inn and The Blue An­chor, plus the Drift­wood Café by the train sta­tion. The West Som­er­set Rail­way runs right past the site, so keep an eye out for by­gone-era steam trains, or hop on at Blue An­chor sta­tion to ex­pe­ri­ence the long­est her­itage rail­way in Eng­land. All tour­ing pitches have 10A elec­tric hook-up, awning space, hard­stand­ings and un­lim­ited use of the park’s fa­cil­i­ties. There are also well-main­tained toilets, show­ers and wash­ing fa­cil­i­ties. If you for­get to pack any­thing, the site’s con­ve­nience store could come in handy – the near­est su­per­mar­kets are some miles away, in Mine­head and Watchet.

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