From M5 J13 take A38 towards Bristol. You will shortly see a garage on the left. Take right turning signposted Frampton-on-Severn continue to The Bell public house on left. Pass through Frampton, continue straight on over canal bridge, go straight across (SP Arlingham and Fretherne) Do not follow the road to Saul. Continue for approximately 3m entering village of Arlingham, turn left at Red Lion public house into Church Road. Pass Church on right and West End Farm on right in about 250 yards. Continue then left at the first bend of Church Rd
West End Farm Camp site is a newly opened site in our perry pear orchard on this organic cattle farm. We are on the edge of the tranquil village of Arlingham situated in the horseshoe bend of the River Severn.
The local pub is in easy walking distance, serving excellent food and real ale. The site is adjacent to the river with easy access to the Severn Way footpaths.
The toilet facilities on site consist of a composting toilet. It is very basic but it works well.
Things to do
Toilets Electric hook ups Chemical toilet disposal point Pets welcome Bus service Local taxi's Local pub
The site currently operates a composting toilet.
Contact : Mr Thomas Jones 01452740419 or 07578259924
Rod Mayall 19/06/2018 5/5 This is a little gem.
Peace and quiet on a small working farm site.
New toilet and shower block are immaculate.
The fire pit is well used and draws all over in the evening.
Tom is amazing and helpful.
Walks are great and the local, village run, pub is worth a visit.
We will return.
Sue Stewart 18/06/2017 5/5 Fantastic little site, cannot wait for the new shower blocks and toilets. Very peaceful and value for money. Enjoyed perfect weather. Thomas was polite, friendly and helpful, just the kind of guy you want managing a campsite. We will be back. Thanks Thomas Fi Cantillon 04/06/2017 5/5 we had a lovely week there. quiet rural secluded site. basic with compost loos. The wildlife is amazing and so close to walks along the severn way.
Pitches are not marked so suitable for all types of tents etc...
friendly Farmer who visits often to check everyone ok.
love the communal firepit.
great place for kids but not big enough for kids to ride their bikes as we found out when another group of families did. Amazing no one was hurt.
We plan to come many times :) Janet Dornan 19/07/2016 5/5 Liked:
- Lovely location close to the village pub & easy to find.
- Communal fire pit, but you can use your own bbq.
- Two toilets - ladies & gents.
- Tranquil location, but bring earplugs as it's a working farm.
- Level pitch. A few hardstands available.
- Secluded area for larger groups.
- Spacious pitch, but then we were the only ones camping in the pouring rain :)
- Friendly owner.
We didn't spend enough time, but hope to be back :)
Stayed June 2016