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After arriving at park we was shown our caravan, only to find it was very damp and had a lot of flies, the cooker door was Broken so could not use oven, as aware of no entertainment we decided to go to another holiday park,...More
Just returned from weeks late booking caravan break. nice friendly site with everything you need; not all facilities available every day but lovely to have pizzeria and shack there if needed (though had a long wait the fish and chips were delicious). caravans fairly old...More
First the bad bit:
We booked a specific large pitch using the impressive online booking system and paid (as required) in advance. On arrival we mentioned we were expecting to be put on a specific pitch number, on the flat terraced section of the site....More
We had a really great time at this site 2 years ago so decided to come back again and we found it was even better than the last time with extra facilities. Will definitely look forward to a 3rd visit sometime soon.
We will be back , great facilities , toilets , showers walking area . Stayed for 4 days and they were always spotless . Staff always helpful and smiling . Lovely views , nice walk to the beech it's downhill all the way which means...More
USD 17 - USD 31 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hello, would you be able to provide me with a contact number for Chy Carne as I can't seem to find one that works. Me and my friends went here last year and I still have the phone number from then but it's not working.. We loved it so much that we want to go back again.
29 December 2015|
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"a slightly sloping pitch is better for drainage in bad weather rather than a completely flat pitch"