28 Mar

Stoney Brook Caravan Site

A small adults only site in a convenient location for Norwich, the Norfolk Broads and other parts of North Norfolk

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28 Mar

Spend A While on The Norfolk Broads

There is a lot to see and do in the Norfolk Broads, with old windmills, lovely walks and pretty market towns.

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27 Mar

Holt Awhile

This CL in North Norfolk is a perfectly maintained lawn with individual hard standing pitches that offer water, waste, electric supply and booster tv to each unit. It’s for adults only without pets and Roger is also a mine of information both about the area and caravans.

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27 Mar

Barleywood CL Site, South Creake, North Norfolk

This is a new CL site (2015) in North Norfolk. It is well laid out, but the trees still need to mature. It is close to a lot of the attractions of North Norfolk.

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27 Mar

Sandringham House, Gardens and Park

A choice of places to stay when visiting the Royal Estate at Sandringham.

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27 Mar

Ferry Meadows Caravan Club Site – Peterborough

A large caravan club site, open all year and in a superb country park. Close to the city for activities, but far enough away to have peace and walks in the "country". Plenty to do in the park, and more nearby.

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27 Mar

The Lodge Country Park, Market Overton, Rutland

There are two CLs one for Caravan Club (Hard Standing) and the other Camping and Caravanning Club (Grass). Both have easy access. The site is run by the Lodge which is a residential home for disabled young adults so the night fees go to an excellent cause.

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27 Mar

Stamford CC Site, Top Lodge

Stamford CC Site, Top Lodge is a lovely little site with no toilet blocks in a wooded setting, in a part of what was once Rockingham Forest. It is a delightful spot in among the trees, right next door to the Forestry Commission and RSPB information centre, which houses a cafe and other facilities.

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27 Mar

The Paddock, Rutland Water

This site is a CS located on the south side of Rutland Water near the village of Manton and has views of the Lake from your caravan. This is a delightful small site, for adults only with nicely kept grass. It has no toilet block, but well-designed basic facilities and the site is well laid out.

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27 Mar

Severn Gorge Caravan Park

Severn Gorge Park, Telford is a small private caravan touring site which can accommodate 15 caravans, or motorhomes and is set in a development of luxurious detached Park Homes.

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27 Mar

Blaenau Ffestiniog – Coed-y-Llwyn CC Site

This CC site with all the usual facilities is on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park, in the small village of Gellilydan. It is close to a lot of attractions, including the Ffestiniog Railway.

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27 Mar

Coed Helen Caravan Site, Caernarfon

This is a grass site with 50 pitches with views towards the mountains and the ability to walk within a few minutes into Caernarfon.

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27 Mar

Bakewell C&CC Site, Derbyshire Peaks

This is an idyllic place, just outside the village of Youlgreave, Derbyshire. and 4 miles from Bakewell.

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26 Mar

Lound House Farm Caravan Park, Whitby

Bill & Glynis Aspin visited this site near the lovely town of Whitby, in North Yorkshire and provided this report in September 2014.

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26 Mar

Burrs Country Park Caravan Club Site, Bury

Graham & Katie Bull visited this site in early November 2013. They have provided this guide to the site.

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26 Mar

The Ashes Caravan Park, near Kendal

The Ashes Caravan Park can accommodate 25 outfits and is very well maintained. It is a site for adults only. Although the site is sloping each pitch is hard standing and level across the axles some on concrete stands.

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26 Mar

Southport Caravan Club Site

Southport, some say is the “land of the Gods”

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26 Mar

Ravenglass C&CC Site

This is a delightful site in a lovely location. There is a warning about some pitches that can be too shady and cold.

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26 Mar

A Visit to Gretna Green

A small commercial site on the edge of Gretna, with reasonable facilities, and a few pitches suitable for long caravans. Easy walking to the town and the famous Gretna Green wedding and tourist attractions.

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26 Mar

New England Bay CC Site, Dumfries & Galloway

This is a beautiful site. It is clearly better in good weather than bad, but even so, it is huge site with lots of space. It feels much less crowded than most caravan sites you will visit. Many of the pitches have a sea view, but there is a row of pitches right at the front, where you can park looking out with an uninterrupted view of the sea and the surrounding hills, and only 5 metres from the beach.

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26 Mar

Delamont Country Park, C&CC Site, Downpatrick

This is the only site that we stayed on in Ireland that was not council run. It is a C&CC site. It has a number of attractions nearby

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26 Mar

Carrick Dhu Caravan Park, Portrush

The Carrick Dhu caravan site is a Municipal site, just a mile from the centre of Portrush. The site has fairly small pitches and there is not a lot of space between them, but it is a great location

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26 Mar

Six Mile Water Caravan Park, Antrim

This is a superb site in an excellent location. It is just 200 metres from the shore of Lough Neagh, which is Europe's largest freshwater lake.

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24 Mar

Craigie Gardens CC Site in Ayr

This is a fabulous Caravan Club site. It is beautifully laid out, in an area of parkland on the edge of university campus. It only takes 10 minutes to walk to the centre of the town of Ayr and less than 20 minutes to walk to the promenade.

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24 Mar

Lovely Berwick upon Tweed

If you are rushing up the Great North Road to Scotland, then it may pay you to pause awhile in Border Country, at Berwick upon Tweed.

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