On the whole we prefer smaller quieter sites and steer clear of sites with a plethora of entertainments, which has been especially important this year 'of the virus'. We are able to tour out of main season mainly although once out of lockdown this year we had a long internet and phone trawl to get pitches in our selected areas. We tend to opt for sites within a couple of hours from home and if travelling further use google maps to plan a coffee stop after a similar interval to break up the journey.
We prefer smaller sites with Uk Campsite we check what the site got and extras ( Do not like Entertainment or a club house prefer to go off site to pub) .. Porch Awning £2 per night x 7 = £14 dogs x2 £2 each = £28 Paying for showers
Dog welcome / Dog walk on site
Electric hook up
Hardstanding Service Pitch
Old thread,but I like it.I hate paying for shower,even more hate when you only get one key for facilities Other than that,not to fussed.If you don't like it don't return,can't please everybody,what someone loves others hate.
The site at first glance was promising, but the facilities although clean and modern comprised of one toilet incorporating also the shower with a sink. The shower could be closed off leaving the toilet available but was usually locked so that anyone wishing to use the toilet had to wait until all was vacated. This was the only immenity for a number of vans which was far from satisfactory and we will not be returning.
Went to a Adult Park this year the pitches were to close together when he open his car door nearly hit our van
Lovely views but it way down our list
No Road Noise
Getting older so a fully serviced pitch is a first choice. Decent toilets showers. Good dog walk, and within walking distance to a hostelry 😇.
16 amp EHU. Hedged screened pitch. Level and room to sit outside reasonably private.. Views are a good bonus.