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Visitor Reviews - Woodland Gardens Caravan Site

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Woodland Gardens Caravan Site
Blindwell Road
Lundin Links
Leven
Fife   (Browse area)
KY8 5QG   See Map                                 Share Google Plus  Tweet This!  Share on Facebook
Tel: 01333 360319

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Pitches: 20
Open: 24 March To 23 October

Rating: Average Review Score: 10/10 from 98 Reviews
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Reviews:  98 in total, now showing 85 to 90                 Previous 6          Next 6
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Date of Visit: April 2011 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Wicliffe 4 reviews from this member

When I tried to book this site, the lady took pains to tell me that children were not allowed and there was no bar on site.

Sounded bliss to me and it was!

A lovely site clean well kept, the grass looked so manicured I didn't want to drive on it.

Very friendly people, even the other tenants!

If it were closer I'd be there much more often.

Date of Visit: July 2010 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Sasha2008 2 reviews from this member

Just came back from a week at the woodland gardens campsite. Wanted to let people know how good this little site is.

Room for a few tents, camper vans and tourers, there's also a few statics and all sections are of conifer trees which give more privacy. Plenty of recycling options.

Toilet block was spotless. One shower and five toilets. Dish washing area is clean and well presented. Good selection of books, games and other info is in the recreation room. Its also got a tv and a pool table.

Owners are helpful but also leave you to enjoy your holiday. If you are looking for a nice little quiet site this is the one. With a no children or group/party policy you are pretty sure to get lots of peace.

It's next to a road but a very quiet road. Its up on a hill so you get great views out to the sea. In nearby villages there were plenty of places to eat. Lovely walks can be had at nearby beaches.

Will def go back.

Date of Visit: June 2010 Unit:  Other Rating:
Reviewer: Maidmurron 6 reviews from this member

Looked in at this site while camping in the area.

Lovely clean little site and well kept,unlike the one we stayed at.

The owner was very friendly and showed us around.

We have quite a big tent and the site only takes a few small ones due to the space.

As the owner rightly pointed out the space a large tent takes up when you include, guy ropes, wind breaks etc.

I would use the site if I had a caravan or campervan.

Date of Visit: August 2009 Unit:  Trailer Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Blueexpo97 23 reviews from this member

If you are looking for peace and tranquillity near to the beautiful Fife coastline- this is a perfect little campsite to visit. Situated a couple of minutes drive from the village of Upper Largo and about a 15 minute drive from the upmarket university town of St Andrews- this site is off a quiet country lane.

It has just 20 flat touring pitches and it is essential to book as some of the pitches are reserved for regulars with seasonal pitches. We actually got one of these because the occupant had their caravan in for repairs and wasn't using it. The location and welcome are excellent, if there are any criticisms of this site it would be that the pitches are very tight and close together even though they are attractively laid out.

We found it fairly difficult to manoeuvre our Pennine Pathfinder into its spot and certainly if you want to park the car next to your unit- you might struggle in some pitches. The owner was very helpful in helping to guide and help push the unit in and he obviously is very familiar with every pitch.

The other, slight drawback is the shower block- whilst spotlessly clean, the loos and shower are sited in a converted static. There is only one shower for ladies and one for gents, and the pressure wasn't great. This said we certainly didn't have to queue for wait to use it even over the busy bank holiday period.

There were a couple of tenters in situ when we were there but we felt the site was geared up more for caravans as the tents seemed to be squeezed into any available spot rather than a specific pitch. However, it had been raining quiet heavily before our arrival so some of the grass was waterlogged.

A bonus for us was the this site does not cater for families so it is quiet and relaxing.

The village is within walking distance if you don't mind a climb up the hill on the way back but you can order morning rolls, papers and milk from reception as well.

The whole of this coastal area is very picturesque and is not unlike the Scottish version of Cornwall with its little villages and harbours. Elie is a particularly attractive seaside town with a harbour and little blue flag beach. The village itself has some specialist shops and deli's as well as coffee shops and restaurants- so its a good place to stop and stock up with treats. Anstruther's famous Fish Shop does not disappoint with its award winning fish suppers but be prepared to queue.

We loved St Andrews for a full day out. It was very smart and had plenty to keep us occupied. As well as shops and restaurants, it has art galleries, a huge beach and of course its world famous golf course. All in all this area is a must when touring Scotland.

Despite our reservations about the size of the pitches and the shower block we will definitely go back - we thoroughly enjoyed the area and the site.

Date of Visit: July 2009 Unit:  Static Rating:
Reviewer: TJS2 6 reviews from this member

Decided to have a break from tent camping and treat ourselves to a week in a static. Couldn't have chosen a better place! Site was fantastic, quiet and peaceful with friendly, helpful owners and a really luxurious caravan. Can't recommend the site or it's caravans enough - both exceeded our high expectations, with views overlooking the firth of forth and open countryside and all mod cons inside.

Would recommend coastal walks to lovely villages - Elie, Pitenweem, Anstruther & Crail, Ardross Farm Shop (their own frozen ready meals of restaurant quality), Fish & Chips at Anstruther (but be prepared to queue), Loch Leven and walking up Largo Law which is hard work but worth it for amazing views.

A perfect holiday. Even the weather was good so we should have taken our tent, but it would probably have rained if we had.

Date of Visit: June 2009 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Davidandjunemuir 24 reviews from this member

This is a great little site, if you don't have children. It is small, and most of the pitches are taken up by seasonal caravanners. But there is space for a few tourers and tents. The site is very well kept up, and the locations is well off the main road, and so quiet. The washing facilities are great and spotlessly clean; you sometimes have to wait for a shower as there is only one for each gender, but that is a minor gripe in otherwise quite exceptional facilities for the size of the site. There is a fridge and a freezer that you can use, at no charge, so you can you keep your ice blocks really cold throughout your stay, although just be careful because that room is not unlocked until around 9am each day (locked overnight). There is a small games room, with pool table and TV.

The site is always quiet at night; the proprietor of the site makes it very clear to you that you are going to abide by this! The site is well located for St Andrews and the Fife Coastal Path. Bus services are very good along the Fife Coastal road, only five minutes walk from the campsite. The site is not particularly cheap, but with these facilities you would not expect it to be.

In terms of the surrounding area, it is a 10 minute walk into either Lundin Links (several shops and a nice looking hotel), or Lower Largo (several pubs and a convenience store). There is a great view of the surrounding area from the hill above the site (Largo Law), which you can walk up from the site in around 45-60 minutes (depending on how fit you are.).

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