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I turned up on the first weekend in September and when I arrived I was shocked as there was no where for me to pitch up without leaving my car and walking to a pitch. I was there for 2 hours before having to book...More
Well worth a visit. Good base camp to visit surrounding places. Excellent bike tracks and plenty of walks.
Wildlife and 'visiting' animals - just make sure you keep all good stuffs in closed boxes.
Site staff helpful and friendly in particular Sue and Richard who...More
Stayed here for the weekend and it was OK. We already knew facilitieswere lacking and had prepared ourselves in advance. Ground was super rocky so take some rock pegs for sure. Campsite was OK though. Ponies and cows wandering around. Camped next to a rabbit...More
We were on a road trip with my teenage daughter, so we needed a campsite in the area.
What can I say. The good thing is that despite some negative reviews, the only staff member we've had dealings with, was really friendly. That's where the...More
5 adults and 1 child mini brake. This place is beautiful. Horses, cows, pigs and deer roaming freely. The camp site itself is spot on. My big worry was the toilets as my sister is a clean freek but I was so pleased, they were...More
unfortunately not, you can't burn any type of wood. You are allowed (to the best of my knowledge) to use any type of b b q as long as it's off the ground. best thing to do is call the site. If you speak to Sue she is spot on. More
unfortunately not, you can't burn any type of wood. You are allowed (to the best of my knowledge) to use any type of b b q as long as it's off the ground. best thing to do is call the site. If you speak to Sue she is spot on.
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