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Visitor Reviews - Croft Country Club Naturist Site

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Croft Country Club Naturist Site
Greenend, Off Halfpenny Toll Road
Three Holes
Cambridgeshire   (Browse area)
PE14 9JD   See Map                                 Share Google Plus  Tweet This!  Share on Facebook
Tel: 01354 638445

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Pitches: 25
Open: 31st March To 1st October

Rating: Average Review Score: 9/10 from 7 Reviews
              9/10 from 7 Reviews

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Date of Visit: August 2017 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Sammie2367 4 reviews from this member

Just returned from Croft

Our first time at a naturist site and was very apprehensive

If got to say what a great site, with exceptionally friendly and helpful staff

No pressure at all to disrobe, but once we did didn't feel uncomfortable at all

Even had a disco in the evening

Loved it

Will definitely be going back

There were not any children on site so couldn't really mark that fairly

Date of Visit: July 2017 Unit:  Other Rating:
Reviewer: Mlburn 1 review from this member

This was our 1st time for Donna & Gary at a naturist camp, and we were made so welcomed, very helpful staff, nothing wasn't too much for Dave & Cecilia, great activities, fantastic disco, area peaceful and tranquil, we stayed in the Maple lodge, and that was the wow factor, looking forward to going back next year and many more after that, thank you to all who made our stay wonderful.

Date of Visit: May 2017 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Smarksmith 20 reviews from this member

Getting here - It’s a little out of way when it comes to big roads, so be prepared for a lot of roads either watching the back end of a local tractor or the same vehicle for many miles. However once you have navigated the VERY narrow roads of Little steeping, you realise the trip was worthwhile.

As you come out of the village, the site entrance is set back from the road and not easily spotted. We followed google maps and Waze navigation which brings you right to the gate - if you use the postcode only, it's not so accurate.

The site is secured with pin entry electric gates (Code is emailed to you when you book). On arrival I was met by Tony who was exceptionally friendly. Park up outside the house and go to reception - remember your balance can only be paid in cash. Tony then gave me plenty of info on the site and showed me round to the pitches and explained the pros and cons of each of them, so I could choose which pitch suited our needs best. I was then left to it, however Tony did say he’d come back in half hour or so once we were set up and show me round, and true to his word he did.

The pitches - the main caravan area is a large grassed area in front of the lake, which if they wanted to, could house a lot more, but their philosophy is people are coming to stay at their house as friends (and they gave me money each time we see them) and they are running the site because they love doing it, definitely not as a money making scheme. All barr 1 of the pitches are on grass around the edge, the ground is pretty level and grass kept short with no evidence of grass cuttings getting trudged into the van. Electric is 10amp, water point is next to the Hot Tub, Grey and Black water disposal is round the back of the bungalow at the moment but plans are afoot to move it. WiFi is available free of charge and based in the Conservatory, we pitched at the furthest point from it and using our hub and directional aerial we got a steady 3-5 mbps. Mobile signal on EE and Three are pretty good. Points to be aware of is that there is a local railway line a fair way down at the bottom of the property (occasional 2 carriage units go along it, noise is minimal), then there are the geese. These can be a little “messy under foot” so you do need to keep your eyes open and when we visited they were getting quite amorous at sunrise and can be noisy.

Facilities - This site is definitely a labour of love as you can see when getting shown around, there are lots of things in development to make this site even nicer. There are currently only minimal shower and toilet facilities on site, however they are kept clean and tidy. A new shower and toilet block is under construction now they have planning permission. There is a small kitchen for the use of campers (A bigger one is “under construction” at the back of ‘The Hut’). A lovely Infrared Sauna is free to use as well as a large hot tub on the decking where you are welcomed to take a beverage (in a plastic glass) and relax. If the weather isn’t the best for sitting out on the decking, there is a nice conservatory that is open for guests to use. And finally there is ‘The Hut’ this is where anyone and everyone can meet up day or night. It is kitted out with TV, Pool table, Projector TV, Disco Lighting, quite a powerful sound system, Fridge and freezer. They don’t have an alcohol license however you are welcome to bring your own drinks.

Surrounding area - Basically there’s not a lot. Supermarkets are a fair drive so plan your requirements well. There is a local pub that we were advised served good food at at good price. Spilsby (10mins) is the nearest significant town/village with Skegness the nearest Major town (30mins), if that’s your cup of tea.

Overall, we really liked it, it’s where you can go for a break and not wear clothes, it has no ‘CLUB’ feel it’s just a great place to chill and relax - you can be as social or unsocial as suits you. Will we be back? Yes, without a doubt!

Date of Visit: May 2017 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: RichAnnie 2 reviews from this member

Excellent site. Within a shortish distance to shops and other amenities and not too far to the coast. Safe and secure for us and our two year old. Good facilities, nice people, clean and tidy. I'm sure we'll be back soon.

Just one thing missing: WiFi - free if possible.

Date of Visit: April 2017 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Batding 5 reviews from this member

Wife and I just got back from 4 nights at this club. First time we had stayed there so I thought a review would be in order. First the good points:

The grounds are very well kept, grass is cut and trimmed, hedges and plants pruned. The showers and toilets we used were extremely clean and well maintained with lovely hot water all the time. It is a very quiet site with a feint distant rumble of the road traffic during the day and the roar of overhead jet airforce planes now and again during daylight hours.

Now the bad points:-

This site was advertised as being FULLY open from March 1st. It shows two swimming pools, one inside one outside, a jacuzzi and sauna amongst other items to keep you entertained. The weather was not supposed to be too good during our stay so the thought of an indoor pool was very appealing to both of us. However!

Both pools were out of commission, neither had been cleaned with the outside one looking more like pea green soup! The jacuzzi was hot but had numerous bits of plastic grit etc in the bottom of it so that was a no go. The sauna although showing a credit of £4. 50 actually wouldn't work and the electric isolated kept shutting it down!

The pools etc are free but there are charges for the sauna and jacuzzi.

Needless to say we were both very disappointed with the situation as were also a couple of members we spoke with on sight!

I suggest that if a site is going to state it's open from a certain date then it should at least be fully open or reduce their costs accordingly.

Croft charged us the full rate regardless as a result we were not pleased at all! Return. NO WAY!

Date of Visit: July 2015 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Drjbc 47 reviews from this member

This is certainly the most pleasant naturist site we've visited in England and stands comparison with our favourite naturist sites in France. The reception and 'regulars' are very welcoming and friendly: a thriving community rather than a commercial operation. Their website lists the various facilities (all well maintained) but since the Fens can be windswept it's worth adding that the site's surrounded by mature trees and feels quite sheltered. This is one of the driest parts of the country and both times we've visited we've enjoyed fune sunny weather, but perhaps we're just lucky!

Where else do you know a naturist putting green?

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