Oxenleaze Farm Caravans is situated on the Southern fringes of the Exmoor National Park, a small and friendly static caravan park with the accent on peace and tranquility.
The caravans are set in a park around a landscaped, tree-lined meadow and have extended this into a 2 acre adjoining field which enjoys lovely, far-reaching views across rolling Somerset countryside.
We are open from Good Friday or April 1st (which ever is sooner) through to January 15th and sincerely look forward to welcoming you to Oxenleaze Farm.
Being away from it all, in a fairly remote location near Wiveliscombe a car is really essential. We have no near neighbours, just quiet leafy lanes and undulating farmland so you are sure to relax and feel close to nature.
The surroundings can truly be described as uncommercialised and provide many opportunities to see rare birds and wild life, as well as seeing all the farm animals in their natural environment. Don’t forget to bring your camera and binoculars!
Sadly, this also means visitors pets.
A popular facility at Oxenleaze is our heated indoor swimming pool, which is available throughout the season at no extra charge.
Children and non-swimmers must be accompanied by a responsible adult at all times, so if Dad’s gone fishing for a while, what better way for the rest of the family to enjoy themselves?
A former stone barn has now been converted into a spacious Games Room where pool and table tennis can be played by the more energetic! A pay-phone is provided and there is plenty of local information and maps on display.
Our Laundry Room
Our Laundry Room is well equipped with all the essentials whilst on holiday and will make the “chores” seem not so bad after all. With washing machines, tumble driers and free ironing facilities.
Oxenleaze is renowned for its excellent coarse fishing, and many venture no further than our lakes. Truly a “fisherman’s paradise”, the 3 lakes occupy 2 acres in a beautiful valley setting, only a short walk (500m) from your doorstep.
It is extremely well stocked with carp, tench, roach, rudd and bream and there is no closed season. All fish, which must be returned to the water after fishing, can be caught on maggot casters, live maggots, bread, sweetcorn and luncheon meat.