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Located just outside the seaside town of Clevedon on the Severn Estuary of North Somerset, Dowlais Farm is a beautiful place for a peaceful retreat. The old dairy farm has been repurposed to provide green eco friendly camping and we are proud to be part of the The Greener Camping Club.

The farm boasts five pitches, located in the orchard. This provides guests with a well spaced out pitch, space for children to play, and enables pitches to be rotated, keeping the grass healthy and the pitches clean and green. 

NEW FOR 2023

Our brand new holiday lets are now available to hire. 

We have converted an old barn into two luxury cottages  - Pippin and Russet.



Clevedon is a beautiful seaside town located in the cider loving county of North Somerset.

Hosting spectacular countryside, incredible wildlife, the world's second largest tidal range and the only Grade I Listed Victorian Pier in the country, there are many things to see and do in the local area.

This is a great area for walking or cycling along the North Somerset Coast. We are directly on the brand new 'Pier to Pier' cycle track which is opening this summer. This will give the opportunity to cycle between the piers in Clevedon and Weston-super-Mare. The Strawberry Line, another lovely cycle route is also nearby. 

We are about 700m from Clevedon Golf Centre where adults and children are always welcome to play, no booking necessary.

Clevedon has a lovely little harbour as well as a beautiful sea front with views across to Wales. There is a sea water lake used for swimming all year round (£1 honesty box charge). Other water based activities are available (paddle boarding, sailing etc.) There is also an arcade, as well as a good number of cafes and pubs along the seafront. 

Ladye Bay, a lovely secluded pebble beach bay, is also within walking distance.

The busier Weston-super-Mare is only 10 minutes down the motorway, or a little bit longer along the cycle path. There is the Grand Pier with lots of arcades as well as a sandy beach.


The metropolitan city of Bristol is a 25 minute drive away but public transport is also available, the nearest bus stop is roughly

1 mile away.

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