The Campbell Room offers low-cost self-catering group accommodation for up to 24 people in Somerset’s Quantock Hills. It provides an ideal base for outdoor activities, exploring the local area, for training courses and for residential educational visits. The centre is centrally heated, operates throughout the year and accepts advance bookings from organised groups.
Located at the mouth of an attractive wooded valley leading to the heart of the Quantock Hills – England’s first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty – the centre is close to many routes for walking, cycling and horse riding, with extensive views from the moorland tops. The centre is just over a mile from the start of the Coleridge Way long distance footpath and within reach of National Cycle Routes 3 and 33.
For those with transport there is also a wide range of additional things to do in the surrounding area, including visiting the seaside resort of Minehead by steam train, the Tropiquaria Animal & Adventure Park, and the famous Cheddar Gorge, as well as nearby rural villages, towns, gardens and museums. The wetlands of the Somerset Levels, rich in biodiversity, history and mythology, are also close at hand.
Whether learning about the wildlife of the Quantock Hills forest or coast, studying the varied Somerset geology or the local history, there are plenty of educational opportunities available for school groups and university field trips. Those wishing to train for the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, learn orienteering, engage in team-building exercises – or even just relax for a few days with a group of friends – will also find that the Campbell Room offers a very convenient base.
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The Campbell Room: Self catering accommodation for groups in Somerset’s Quantock Hills.