Beautiful beaches for swimming on one side and great sailing from the other beach side. reading on from this option, this is not a hotel site but a caravan & camping site.I first stayed here in 1970 with my parents and my grand mama
Stayed for only one night and to be honest we expected more. The toilet block is well in need of a refurbishment and two showers are hardly enough! The location is ideal but facilities poor compared to other sites in the vicinity.
Another lovely stay in meadow cottage, so cosy and well equipped with wonderful views to the sea. Mossyard is a very special place wonderful for families it's great to see all the water activities and the freedom for children to just enjoy. We will be back next year for definite.
We were recomnended this place by family and we are so glad we stayed. In fact we stayed an extra night the place was so beautiful. We were in the lower field just next to the sea. The pitch was very generous and the toilets lovely and clean.
Well where shall I start it took us a least 3 year to mange to get a spot on this beautiful campsite. Beautiful seaside pitches, a little grass worn some could do with a more permanent solution you could see where it had been muddy. Facilities are adequate 20p for a shower I think it was. There were two ladies showers only in the upper field. The lower just had toilets which were new, clean and tidy. A local nearby campsite has a shop. There was a fish monger selling fresh goods can on site. It appears that all the pitches / places are given out to those that have stayed before. So if you stayed the first week in August you would get first refusal. So little chance of anyone else getting in. There’s no online booking system. We felt odd and lonely it was obvious most folk there have been going there for 20 years or more at the same time every year and each knew each other. Most other campsites have a definite friendly feeling but we just felt like outsiders despite a beautiful location. Sad and lonely watching others :(…