Somerset park celebrates ten years as child-free champion

Chew Valley’s tranquil landscaped grounds are for adults only – and that’s just the way holiday guests like it

PEOPLE who prefer taking holidays without the patter of tiny feet have voted a Somerset touring park as their favourite “adults only” destination for the tenth year.

Staff and the family owners of Bath Chew Valley Caravan Park are now celebrating their decade of dominance in the annual poll of readers of two touring magazines.

Their votes saw Bath Chew Valley, based in Bishop Suttop of the league table for grown-up holiday experiences.

But according to love about Bath Chew Valley than its 18-plus age rule.

They also gave a thumbs-up for the five-star park’s spotless facilities, friendly atmosphere, and blissful rural setting with an abundance of wildlife.

Bath Chew Valley has been a child-free zone for 20 years, and park owner Keith Bettors:

Guests include teachers and child-care workers, says park owner Keith Betton

“There are many superb family parks in Britain, but we are simply offering an alternative for those who prefer to bird song rather than chirping children,” he said.

“Some of our guests are teachers and child care professionals who don’t want to be reminded of their day jobs when they go away for a break.

“Others include young professionals in moto chill in peaceful surroundings – and that’s what we do best!” added Keith.

Open all year, the park’s pitches are spread across more than four acres of landscaped grounds, including dog exercising areas and a woodland conservation trail.

The area is also a popular destination for bird-watchers, cyclists and walkers – and also anglers who visit nearby Chew Valley Lake, a championship fishing venue and country park.

Adding to sit back while their unit is sited by staff on its pitch and levelled.

As well as scooping the national “adults only” title, magazine readers also voted Bath Chew Valley as their favourite park get-away in the Somerset, Avon and Wiltshire region for the eleventh consecutive year.

Other accolades won by the business include the prestigious David Bellamy Conservation Award at its top gold level, recognising the raft of wildlife initiatives taken by the park.

As well as taking the reins at Bath Chew Valley, Keith Bettouring and holiday parks group.

Keith has served for 12 years as a directop-rated family-run parks providing exceptional surroundings, services and facilities.

There is more information about Bath Chew Valley Caravan Park at – and parks in membership of Best of British are detailed at

Close to Bath and a raft of Somerset attractions, the park nestles in four acres of picturesque countryside