Call us: +44 1632 96099
01380 840230 / 07763 344388 lesleynash@hotmail.co.uk

About Us

Who We Are

Friendly and safe, the Bell Caravan & Camping Park is situated in the Pewsey Vale on the edge of Salisbury Plain.

The perfect place for a peaceful getaway and an ideal base for exploring wonderful Wiltshire!

Pitches are on level ground in this old-fashioned family run site. Our chickens do wander around so dogs have to be kept on leads at all times.

Allan & Lesley have welcomed many nationalities here for over 18 years and often have a diverse and eclectic group around the fireplace in the covered patio area on balmy evenings!

There's a super farm shop nearby and also lots of local pubs serving excellent food in the vicinity.

The Pilgrims Walk, from Avebury to Stonehenge passes along the footpath at the rear of the site and there are views of one of Wiltshire's many White Horses from the grounds.

The outdoor pool is often described as chilly, but is always enjoyed on hot days! It is open at our discretion, and any children must be accompanied by adults. The pool area is locked when no-one is swimming for safety reasons. (We regret the pool is out of action for the time being and will be re-opened as soon as possible)

Ladies and gents showers and loos, dish-washing facilities and laundry room at one central building. 

Nearby Attractions

Avebury, ancient stone circle & West Kennet Long Barrow, Alexander Keiller Museum
Bath & the Roman Spas
Bradford-on-Avon
Caen Locks on the Kennet and Avon Canal
Castle Combe
Devizes Museum and Historic Trail
Lacock, in many films.... from Pride & Prejudice to Harry Potter, Lacock has starred in many film classics – and Fox Talbot Museum, once the home of the pioneer of photography, William Fox Talbot, enhances your visit to the village.
Longleat
Marlborough, historic market town 
Salisbury, Cathedral city 
Science Museum, Wroughton 
Urchfont famous Scarecrow Festival early May BH 
Wharf Theatre, Devizes 
Wonderful expanses of Salisbury Plain for walking and cycling with stunning views Wadworth Brewery & visitor centre and Shire Horses 
PLUS *** activities such as 
Fishing nearby and Horse riding not too far away 
You could even have a day out in Bristol to see the SS Great Britain! 

Directions

Situated on the A342 approx five miles east of the idyllic market town of Devizes, one of the most historic towns in Wiltshire.

Site is on the A342 Andover Road, close to the Urchfont turning, 5 miles from Devizes. The site is near to Wedhampton and Chirton. There is a wide gateway with staddle stones which you will see as you approach. There are large brown tourist signs saying 'Caravan & Camping Park' & Farm Shop & Crafts whichever direction you're coming along the A342

. Location: N51*19.282 W001*55.579 Nearest junction A342 & B3098 

Problems finding us? Ring 01380 840 230 / 07763 344388
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