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Bank Farm Leisure Camping & Caravan Park

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Bank Farm Leisure is situated on the beautiful Gower Peninsula in the small village of Horton. Bank Farm is a family run concern, the Richards family being the original farmers of this lovely 75-acre site. Bank Farm hosts picturesque views of Horton and Port Eynon Bay. We offer a wide range of accommodation to suit every budget: Touring Camping Self Catering Holiday Bungalows We have an onsite coffee lounge, also a licensed bar and restaurant with regular entertainment for the children and the adults (please see the events diary) A small onsite shop selling the basics.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Heated pool
Indoor pool
Outdoor pool
Paid Wifi
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Self-Serve Laundry
Tennis Court
Wheelchair Access
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Family Rooms
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Great View
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We have been coming here here for a number of years. This time was fantastic the staff have been working extremely hard updating the park. An impressive update on the bungalows ( even though they have always been lovely) painted beautiful pastel colours brand new sofas and
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Beautiful place for a family, indoor swimming pool and great pub with lovely family atmosphere. The food is Stunning. Lovely site to go for a walk. The location is amazing and and only short drive to the beach, I wouldn’t walk it with very young children as they would get tired
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Great campsite with lots to do. Nice restaurant and easy access to the beach with a walk down the hill. Facilities are tidy and the accessibility to play tennis was easy for all. Thoroughly enjoyed my time.
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Great location, and the chalet was perfect--fully self contained, spacious, and very clean, and we had a super sea view. Perfect location for walks, and the seaside Definitely recommend to fellow travellers
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Usual chalet, clean, tidy and well equipped. Bar and food fine, weather awful, wind, rain, Staff helpful. Did nit use pool. Shop and laundry closed presumably as very late in season but two good local shops for your needs.
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Views from field 3
Views from field 3
I can't remember what field we were on but the site was flat and the pitches were all big enough for a family tent. Our field had a hedge all around to act as a windbreak. Hope you have better weather than us. The site is lovely. Enjoy.
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Do you allow fire pits?
Yes have seen a few so must be allowed
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out of the two seasonal fields 2 and 5 I believe, can anyone please tell me which is the quietest, Thank you.
5 was more quiet for the first two days, but then a lot of girl guides/scouts moved in and although they were very well behaved the noise level went up. I don't think you can really say which is better, it depends on who is there.
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Here is the best route. This is the way we recommend. Leave the M4 at Junction 47. At Junction 47 (Swansea West) take the A483 (2nd left) for Swansea. At the next roundabout take the A484 for Llanelli & Gower. Straight on for Llanelli & Gower at the next roundabout. At the next roundabout go left on the B4296 for Gowerton & Gower. Turn right at the traffic lights on the B4295 for Llanrhidian & Gower. Continue to Llanrhidian village (approx. 5 miles). At Llanrhidian village, you will see a petrol station on your left hand side. At the junction turn left on B4271. After 1 mile take the first right for Reynoldston. Over the hill and first left (hard turning) approach Reynoldston, signposted to Port-Eynon. At the end of the road, turn right onto the A4118 (4 miles to go). Pass through Knelston and Scurlage. 1 mile after Scurlage turn left for Horton at Moor Corner Farm. The entrance to Bank Farm is on the right after 100 metres. Follow the tarmacadam road to reception, this avoids narrows lanes and Horton village.
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do you allow dogs in the bungalows ?
There is some dog friendly bungalows. Ring up and speak 2 the receptionist and they can book you in then.
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"Ask for a place in the touring field if in a caravan or tent"
"Ask for Bungalow with a Sea View"
"Take sun loungers with you."
"Don't Stay"
"Chalet was comfortable and clean."
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