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Camerton

Mendip Hills
Camerton is on the edge of the Mendip Hills, with beautiful countryside and good walks on the doorstep. The cities of Bath, Bristol and Wells are also in easy reach.
We camp on the field at Camerton Community Hall, and will be using the hall over the weekend for our activities. Showers and toilet facilities are also available to us for the whole weekend.

Directions:

Camerton Community Hall
Meadgate, Camerton, Somerset, BA2 0NL
OS Ref: 172/679584

From Radstock take A367 North towards Bath.
After 4½ miles turn left signed 'Tunley'.
Continue for about 3 miles until a sharp right hand bend.
Turn left (i.e. keep straight ahead) and the hall is on the left.

From Bath take A367 South towards Radstock.
After 3½ miles turn right signed 'Tunley', then as above.

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In the area:

City of Bath Within easy reach by bus or park & ride.
Medieval City of Wells A pleasant drive through the Mendip Hills, Wells is the smallest city in England, with a 13th Century Cathedral.
American Museum in Britain The museum's collection of furniture, paintings, quilts, silver and glass is presented in a series of period rooms within the historic Claverton Manor.
Radstock Museum Find out about life on the North Somerset Coalfield.
The museum is 3 miles from the site.
Mendip Hills Local Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

Bath

Our sites

Shops

Timsbury is within walking distance (just over ½ mile), shops include a small supermarket, Post Office, greengrocer, chemist, etc. There is also a farm shop and cafe at Meadgate Farm which is a short walk from the hall.

There are large supermarkets in Radstock and Midsomer Norton, both about 3 miles away.

Eating out

The King William Inn at Tunley, is just over a mile away (up a steep hill!).

The Seven Stars in Timsbury is a short walk away and serves pub food, and there are many other good pubs in the area.

In Timsbury there is a Fish & Chip Shop, and The Connies Tea Room which is open from 9am to serve breakfast and lunch.

Transport

There is a frequent Park & Ride service into the centre of Bath from Odd Down (4 miles from the site). Note there is a 2.2m / 7ft 2in height restriction at the car park.

First Bus Route 179 provides a limited service on weekdays to Bath and Midsomer Norton