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Visitor Reviews - Teversal Camping And Caravanning Club Site

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Teversal Camping And Caravanning Club Site
Silverhill Lane
Nottinghamshire   (Browse area)
NG17 3JJ   See Map                                 Share Google Plus  Tweet This!  Share on Facebook
Tel: 01623 551838

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Pitches: 126
Open: Open All Year

Rating: Average Review Score: 9/10 from 198 Reviews
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Date of Visit: April 2010 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: MarkXXX 3 reviews from this member

A well kept site with friendly and helpful staff. For dog walking the superb Silverhill country park has it's entrance opposite the entrance to the site and via another couple of paths links to the Teversal visitor Centre that gives access to a network of longer routes on the old railway lines that have now been converted to paths open for walkers, cyclists and horse riders.

It is very much set in an old industrial landscape but the Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire local authorities are doing a superb job of converting it for recreational use.

The toilet facilities on site are without question the best I have seen on any campsite with privacy cubicles that include a shower, toilet, sink and seat. I have only seen this standard matched at a top end yachting marina. It is one of the clubs more expensive sites but you get what you pay for.

Date of Visit: February 2010 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: ScottieDottie 7 reviews from this member

This has to be the best C & CC site ever. The heated toilets and state of art facilities are wonderful. The area around the campsite has many lovely places to explore. Silverhill Country Park opposite is the best place to walk dogs and from the top of the hill the views are outstanding. We didn't take our bikes but there are some excellent trails to explore on 2 wheels.

There is a cheap carvery pub a short distance from the site and Asda is the nearest supermarket in Sutton in Ashfield.

A large designer outlet is close by to junction 28 of the M1 and on the main A38. In the opposite direction the A38 takes you towards Derby and many other interesting places to visit on the way.Sherwood Forest is not far away either and also the impressive Hardwick Hall and Chesterfield.

The facilities are good for those who wish to book super services pitches but some of these are on the small side.

Date of Visit: March 2010 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Graham195 1 review from this member

We visited this site in early March and had a fantastic experience. The tent field doesn't usually open until April but the site staff kindly found us a pitch. The grass was level and in good condition.

The toilet block is second to none. We always found it in an immaculate condition no matter the time of day. Its the most modern toilet block we have used. There is a single family room which includes a toilet, shower, sink, baby bath (with separate shower head), baby changing table and even a seat you can strap the little rug rats in once they have been cleaned and dressed. The Gents was a mixture of individual toilet stalls, stalls with sinks and stalls with toilets and showers.

Although there is a play park, it is aimed at older children (5+)

It is only a couple minutes cycling on a very quiet road till you get to the National [Cycle] Route 67 Railway path, which is completely traffic free.

Date of Visit: January 2010 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Cabbie85 7 reviews from this member

Been on this site many times. The wardens and staff always make you feel welcomed.

They walk to the pitch with you and make sure your settled. The pitches are spacious on hard standing with plenty of grassed area.

The recycling bins are the best I have seen on a caravan site.

The shower blocks have been well thought out and make you feel like your at home.

The elsan areas have a sink with soap and water with paper towelling which is very handy.

We will definitely be returning in the very near future.

Date of Visit: December 2009 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Chilephilly 19 reviews from this member

We have been to Teversal several times but this time with the snow was magical. Teversal has to be our favourite campsite - Jayne and Chris the site wardens are very helpful and friendly and always pleased to see us.

The loo block as others have said is second to none - scrupulously clean and the underfloor heating in the snow was very welcome! The shop is well stocked with all the things we tend to forget.
The immediate area is great - there is a lovely pub just across the road that does good food (a bit pricey but hey, you get what you pay for), there are several take aways within 5/10 mins drive - not used them but have heard good things about the Chinese and the chippy.
Over the orad is what used to be the Silverhill pit heap, it is now landscaped into a country park with nice walks - we walked round it in a blizzard!

The pitches are of a good size and Chris has allowed us to put our awning up on a non-awning pitch (we parked our car in the car park instead!). All in all - fab, we'll be back sooner rather than later.

Date of Visit: October 2009 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Andyokeeffe 36 reviews from this member

My wife, two kids aged 9 & 7, our dog and myself arrived at Teversal and first impressions really do count.

The assistant Wardens booked us in very quickly and in no time at all we were pitched. The pitches are smaller than we were expecting and most likely amongst the smallest within the C&C Club.

The playground on site is above what you would expect and kept our kids really entertained during our 3 night stay.

Next door to the site is the site of the former Silverwood Coal Mine but the whole area has been landscaped into a wonderful area and not only is it now a wonderful walking area, but an excellent dog walk.

The shower / toilet block is ultra modern and everything is motion sensor. I did not think I could be so happy in a toilet / wash block but here was a wonderful clean and hot watered block.

The following days we meet the sites wardens and the husband was full of ideas for the kids on a spare day and led to our best days stay here as we went to Sherwood Forest and the Famous MAjor Oak.

Stay here if near Mansfield, you won't be disappointed.

Date of Visit: November 2009 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Kennyboy2831 31 reviews from this member

Just returned from 5 nights at Teversal. A great welcome from Chris when we arrived booked us in and showed us to our pitch. The pitches are generous and even the larger units would have no problem. The shower/toilet facilities are absolutely first class and would shame some 5* hotels we have visited over the years. There is a small playgroung for children but Silverhill country park is opposite with easy walking and trails for cycling. Would we visit again the answer is a definite yes.

Date of Visit: October 2009 Unit:  Campervan Rating:
Reviewer: Frogsie 11 reviews from this member

Teversal is our local 'bolt hole' 15 mins away from us and we have visited on numerous occasions. The facilities are out of this world as is the attention you receive from all the staff and owners Chris and Jayne. The walks in the country park are stunning and easy for all ages and abilities. The shop is well stocked and the local pub serves first class food not 'plastic pub grub'. It's so local to us but we could be hundreds of miles away when we are there.

Date of Visit: October 2009 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Martin.eneale 31 reviews from this member

Just had a short break at this site, which is only a short ride away from where we live.

The wardens were very friendly and helpful and couldn't do enough for us.

The new toilet block is awesome! Only one complaint, there aren't enough cubicles for when the site is full (which, because it was half term, the site was very full). It's not a problem for me, as I'm an early riser, but my wife likes a lie in and had to queue for quite a while every day.

The site has both grass and hard standing pitches, the shop sells basic groceries and papers etc. Some pitches have picnic benches in between them too.

This was the first time that we had visited a C&CC site and were disappointed to find that if you had a caravan and an awning there wasn't enough room to park your car at the side. Most people had to park in front of their units, which 'narrowed' the roads on the site. Is this the same on al C&CC sites? It's not something we've come across on CC sites.

Loads to do in and around the area, the Hardwick estate is only a short way away, you get a fantastic view from the top of the old pit tip, well worth the effort getting to the top!

The Canarvon Arms is a 2 minute walk away and the food is fantastic! Although you may have to book, especially at weekends.

Despite the 2 minor criticisms this is a great site and we will definitely be going back

Date of Visit: August 2009 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Mav4210 3 reviews from this member

Our first camping trip! A borrowed tent and kit from my wifeís cousin, loaded up the car and off we went.

We picked this site as a second choice because the first was full for the week we wanted. A great site with fantastic toilet and shower block. Our pitch was next to the shower block and washing up area so it was a bit noisy but ok. The wardens (there was many) were nice and polite. Local shops included some big supermarkets and take aways if needed, and it was all easy to find.

Our main reason for this area was to show my family the peak district that the month previous I had toured on my motorcycle with two mates and loved it. We are pass holders for Alton towers ect and the site was well placed for this. The play area was disappointing but we had so much planned we did not hang around the site much. It rained for three days and our borrowed tent leaked! but with some advice from the wardens we got some waterproofing and sorted that out. The site was mainly large motorhomes and caravans but still had room for big family tents without the need to pitch on hardstanding.

The local pub/restaurant the Carnarvon was really nice with good food at a fair price, the staff there put us on to the robin of Sherwood event that we otherwise would not have known about. I donít often tip but I did here as the service was great! We also visited the Tramway at Crich and this was ok.

Overall the site was really nice and we got good advice from fellow campers and the staff. We very much enjoyed the experience and bought our own tent on our return (corado 6) but this was faulty and had to be returned to the shop after just one test pitch at a local site, we have since bought a Outwell vermont XL and plan a revisit next year amongst many more !

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