We decided to try a different route to Cornwall last year (just catching up now!) stopping on the way at the Somerset coastal village of Blue Anchor. Yes, that is a strange name!. Blue Anchor is in the parish of Old Cleeve, close to Carhampton in the Somerset West and Taunton district of North Somerset. The village takes its name from a 17th-century inn; the Blue Anchor Bay, which was previously known as Cleeve.
As you near the coast, there is an attractive railway station with the beautiful blue sea as a background.
The campsite turns out to be a huge grass field with just one other motorhome already there.
A richly coloured inn sign as we drive in. Yes, there is a pub next to the campsite! Alfie certainly enjoyed the almost empty beach a stone’s throw away!
I love the curly ironwork!
Back across the road to spend our first night of the holiday – nice and quiet!
Brilliant to have the blog back, albeit in test form. Can’t see it on WordPress just from this email.Sean xSent from my Galaxy
Glad you enjoyed it Sean – just trying to get my hand in again before the new trip to Scotland!
Vicki Tighe said:
Yay! We’re on the road again! Looking forward to hearing about all the new adventures to come and share in them vicariously. Safe travels. 😊🚌💕