At Vallis Veg we love natural camping spots and we love campfires. These are what we aim to offer our campers. Our site is not a conventional site with lots of tents squeezed together in a flat field. We are a small farm and the camping is a little bit wilder. We have levelled spaces for tents among our young trees so you can camp in your own space, with leaves around you instead of lots of other tents!
DO READ THE ESSENTIAL INFORMATION FOR CAMPERS BEFORE BOOKING
FACILITIES ARE BASIC, although we do have a sink area for washing up with cold running water – safe for drinking. We also have private washing cubicles – with no running water, but a bucket you can fill up and a scoop so you can pour water over yourself. And, of course a couple of compost toilets.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: you can’t drive right up to your campsite – we have a wheelbarrow you can borrow to move your belongings.
Some sites have views across the countryside towards the Mendips and some are surrounded by young trees. The rough ground and young trees on our site attract a range of wildlife and last year we had a barn owl hunting regularly. We also have well used badger trails, grass snakes, deer browsing and lots of lovely birds. Come and enjoy our beautiful site.
Please use the booking system above. You can email us with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have a public footpath running through our site which gives easy pedestrian access to the town of Frome as well as lovely walks to some of the surrounding villages.
Frome has lots of activities, from tennis in the park and a sports centre to art and craft sessions and venues offering anything from films to opera. You can find many more sights and activities through www.tripadvisor.co.uk and www.frometowncouncil.gov.uk
- The walk to Mells (7km round trip) is particularly beautiful and has lots of things to see, including the remains of an ironworks just outside the village. There are several places to eat in Mells.
- Follow the cycle track from Great Elm to Radstock and visit the mining museum.
- Walk along the MacMillan Way to Nunney and visit the castle.
- Book a riding lesson at a local stable.