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  1. Our second trip to this adults only site, the last time was exactly 5 years to the month (September). Anyway, not a lot has changed, still the brilliantly clean and well kept amenities site. There are normal pitches where the electric is shared by two other parties, and there are water taps spread around the site, and there are also fully serviced pitches. Also a dog walk. The personnel are really, really helpful and love a chat with you. We'd had a mishap, and they let us use their phone in reception and receive a package on our behalf, no problem whatsoever. The amenities are spotlessly clean. The gardener cut the grass, and there were no clippings about to tread into your caravan. There is no shop on site, but there's a small shop in the village on the other side of the main road, there's also a large Morrisons (with fuel as well), and there's also an M&S Simply Food at the services on the roundabout. I agree with a lot of people that the road is noisy, but no blame to the site. I would still go again, and intend to do so next year as this site isn't open all year. You also need to have a £10 refundable deposit for a key card as there's a barrier. You also receive a file of all info for the site and surrounding area and places to visit, along with various vouchers that you will possibly need, which you hand back at the end of your stay. This was really, really useful. Well done to Plough Lane, can't say enough about them. Regarding the local pubs, there is The Plough right across the main road at the lights, unfortunately, this pub has now shut down, whether it will be under new management in the future, I really don't know. But there is another pub in the village, The Jolly Huntsman, serves good food and beer, and the staff are lovely, there is a very small car park, which means you may have to park on the main road. Easy to get to this site, you come off at J17 of the M4. If coming from Bristol end, go right around the roundabout and follow the A350 Chippenham turn and travel for about 2 miles (the first major lights), turn left and the site is 100 yards on the right. If coming from London, take J17, and take the 2nd exit towards Chippenham, then follow the above instructions
  2. Has anyone any experience of this site near Taunton? Overnight, weekend, few days, week(s), seasonal? Any reviews appreciated. Thanking you muchly in advance Kate
  3. Poole Farm Adults Only (CC-CL) Launceston - Site review Date visited - June 2014 Unit - Car/Caravan Price per night - £14. 00 incl This is an “Adults Only” Caravan Club CL (members only) and recently CL of the year, it is located close to the Devon/Cornwall boarder and can be found after driving down a very narrow lane from the main road. Do not use your sat nav to navigate to this site use the directions in the sites directory or from the owners due to an impassable bridge. When we visited this site most of the road hedges had not been trimmed which made you more alert and on edge. This site is approx ¾ acres each pitch is hard standing. Each pitch had its own water tap and EHU point. Facilities for re-cycling were available. Shower, toilet, and chemical empty point with water tap for flushing are contained in a very nice hut. If you intend to use your Aquaroll mains water adaptor, depending on the way you decide to pitch and depending which side your water inlet is, you may need an extension to the standard 7-metre pipe. The site has a dedicated dog walk, which is also used by campers who sit and admire the views. There is a B&B available in the farmhouse, but was not viewed during our stay, but would be ideal if you had non-caravanning friends who wanted to be with you. Great care is needed when using the site approach road; it is very narrow and has no passing places, so the arrival “after 12. 00” really needs to be adhered too. The owner’s work very hard to keep this site in a clean and enjoyable state and is a credit to them. We would certainly recommend this site
  4. Southfield Adults Only (CC-CL) Taunton - Site review Date visited - June 2014 Unit - Car/Caravan Price per night - £10. 00 incl This is an Adults Only Caravan Club CL (members only) This site is approx 1. 5 acres with grass pitches levelling blocks were needed the pitches are in a line and close together despite the site being quite large. There are three grass and two hard standings each with EHU point. Facilities for re-cycling were available and chemical empty point with water tap for flushing. There is a small dog walk facilities on site, with a waste bin, but I would not think it would suffice a large dog. The grass could have been cut shorter and the clippings collected, which would have improved the sites appearance, but for £10 pn, who could complain. We were pleased we had the awning carpet to use. During our stay, the site only had three caravans on which made it feel as if they were well spaced, but with five caravans/motor-homes, would have felt closed in. Road noise is not really an issue on this site but the railway line which runs directly by the side can be, especially when they sound the klaxons, this is not mentioned in the sites directory. We would certainly recommend this site.
  5. Moorend Farm Adults Only (CC-CL) Slimbridge - Site review Date visited - June 2014 Unit - Car/Caravan Price per night - £15. 00 incl This is a working farm but the Caravan Club CL (members only) is on directly opposite the actual farm, as it is a working farm, you need to enjoy the “fresh” aroma, so we did not eat outside during our stay unfortunately. This site is approx ¾ acres flat grass pitches (some small levelling blocks were needed though) they are in a line but well spaced out, with three hard standings at the first three pitches. Each pitch had its own water tap and EHU point. Facilities for re-cycling were available and chemical empty point with water tap for flushing. Note if you intend to use your Aquaroll mains water adaptor (7-metre pipe should be adequate), it can have a tendency to overfill due to the low water pressure (as we found out, after the overflowing container flooded our awning.) There is no dog walk facilities on site, but owners used the lane adjacent to exercise them. Great care is needed when using the site approach road; it is very narrow so the arrival “after 12. 00” really needs to be adhered too. The Slimbridge Wetlands is “a must” if you like birds (feathered type) Well worth the £12. 30 each admission fee, and can be walked to (1 mile) from site, parking is free at Slimbridge Wetlands. We would recommend this site
  6. Hi all, We had to cancel two separate holidays in France this year, totaling 16 weeks, due to my lovely aging parents having health issues (2 different types of dementia diagnosed (one each) in under 4 months!!). We now have a window of opportunity in the (approx) six weeks starting next week when my parents will have a safety net cast around them and I can start to think about getting away. Don't want to go to far (from Hampshire/West Sussex) and we are looking at two separate weeks with a couple of weeks in between. We are aware it's the start of the School Holidays and although we loved holidays with our kids (we were kids once ourselves) we do nowadays enjoy peace and quite. So it's Adults Only and as I bought a Rod License in March and have only taken advantage of it for three 1/2 days we'd like to add that to the mix! So friends on CT. .... this thread is open for you to add your recommendations. Thanks in anticipation. G.
  7. We have booked our first trip for next year. We have booked in to the Old Oaks Caravan Park near Glastonbury for our 10th Wedding Anniversary next April. Really looking forward to it. Has anyone else been to this site?
  8. Waterrow Touring Park Just got back from Waterrow Touring Park,abolutely great time,peace and quiet by the bucket load,within 2 minute walk (literally)and you are in the woods and by the river with access to a meadow covered in wild primroses,great if you have dogs like us. Never met friendlier people running a site(dog lovers too).All in all 10/10 for us will definately be going back in fact most of the people on site were on there 2nd or 3rd visit,only drawback for some people would be it's adults only.
  9. Daisy Bank Caravan Park (Adults Only) We have just completed seven nights (13-20 Jun 09) at this adult only park and I have to say we were impressed. Daisy Bank Touring Caravan Park, situated in "The Marches", is beautifully landscaped in a valley surrounded by the Welsh and Shropshire hills. The facilities where immaculate and were kept that way all the time we were there we never saw a dirty toilet or shower at all. The site is a credit to the young couple who not only run the business but own it as well Mark and Nicky Bell. They run the site on an honesty basis which I found so strange but so effective. By this I mean when the shop is unattended you are asked to record what you have taken and leave the money in the cashbox on the counter. The Internet is available on all pitches as they have set up WIFI stations around the three areas of the park. Again this is based on honesty as I was able to log on to the internet without a username or password being allocated to me. They trusted us to go to the office and pay our dues. This I did as I felt if I was to be a trusted person I should respect that trust and all it cost me for 24 hour and 7 days Internet access was a mere £10. We found Mark and Nicky such nice and friendly people to talk to they made us feel we had known them for years. This is reflected in the relaxed way the site is run but even though it is a relaxed atmosphere it is also run by the rules but in such a nice way. For those who want more information they have a web site…… http://www. daisy-bank. co. uk/about. html We found there was so much to visit all within easy driving distances we had a full day out each day. This ranged from the Iron Bridge in Telford to the Roman City in Wroxeter. From Castle Powys (stunning place) to Atingham Park not to mention the various villages and towns around the caravan park with the town of Bishops Castle being the closest and well worth seeing. Mark and Nicky have set up a small hut at the entrance alongside the 9 hole putting green. This is the information centre but also holds a free take as you wish (honesty again) book and DVD library along with the tools require to use the putting green (bats and balls). We really did enjoy our stay at Daisy Bank and it is most certainly down for a re-vist. We extend our thanks to the owners for a most enjoyable and welcome stay.
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