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Visitor Reviews - Chertsey Camping And Caravanning Club Site

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Chertsey Camping And Caravanning Club Site
Bridge Road
Chertsey
Surrey   (Browse area)
KT16 8JX   See Map                                 Share Google Plus  Tweet This!  Share on Facebook
Tel: 01932 562405

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Pitches: 150
Open: Open All Year

Rating: Average Review Score: 8/10 from 130 Reviews
              8/10 from 130 Reviews


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Date of Visit: May 2017 Unit:  Trailer Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Bren92 4 reviews from this member

We stayed at the site for 3 nights, shown to our pitch which we had a choice of by friendly staff member. The site is quite and well kept, the shower block very clean and plenty of hot water in the showers. Lovely to see Tree creepers a Thrush and Woodpecker on the grass outside. There is a hum of traffic which is not a problem because it is continuous and also aircraft going over which you do expect.

Date of Visit: April 2017 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Yorci 4 reviews from this member

Stayed for 2 nights 28th & 29th April 2017, used it as a base for Twickenham Stadium. The site takes non-members 21. 85 per night (10. 70 for members), for a grass non-electric pitch. Only one car permitted to be parked on the pitch, any additional cars can be parked in the car park near reception.

Upon arrival park in the car park just passed the reception. When booking on site they will provide a code to open the barrier to access the main site. The barrier is locked 2300-0700. Very friendly staff who show you to your pitch. The grass pitches are level. The site is very well maintained, children and dog friendly. The ablutions are very clean, well serviced and plentiful to accommodate the number of pitches available, there was no queuing. The shower cubicles are large enough to get changed with a seat and clothes/towel hooks, the show temperature is fixed, and work on a push button timer, repeat pressing of the button to keep the water supply, shame the temperature could not be adjusted, (hence 8 stars), the water was a bit warmer than I normally have it, but not too hot. Plenty of local fresh water ports and a children's play area. Gas available on site and nearby if you run out. Washing machines cost 3. 50 and dryers 1. 00 for a 20 minute cycle.

There is a cafe on site opposite reception which serves breakfast 0800-1130 and burgers, fish and chips 1700-2000 Saturdays, Sundays, also open and every morning and evening during school holidays.

Turn left out of campsite opposite is a BP garage for newspapers, continue for 100 yards on the left is the Bridge Hotel & Boat House Restaurant, where campers get 20% discount on meals (excluding the carvery). Turn right out of campsite a 20 minute leisurely walk to Chertsey for cafes, pubs, shops and Sainsbury's supermarket and a further 10 minutes leisurely walk to end of village to the train station, (about 1. 5 miles from the camp site).

There is some noise from the nearby road and M3 motorway, but this is minimal and soon unnoticeable. The site is below a flight path which was annoying on the first night, but still managed to get a good night's sleep (also reason for 8 stars). Dawns chorus included an unusual chirp from a couple of wild parakeets perched in the trees behind my pitch, and met some inquisitive grey squirrels on my way to the ablutions. I wasn't quick enough with my camera!

If you can put up with the occasional aircraft, then this is a highly recommended campsite. I will definitely be returning next year as it is a brilliant location as a base camp for Twickenham and London with plenty of local infrastructure facilities and services on hand if you need them.

Date of Visit: April 2017 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Mjjones17 18 reviews from this member

First trip away of the year, used this site before and really can't fault it.

It's a great location for the likes of London, Thorpe Park, Legoland and Windsor etc. Owners are great, not at all pushy but there if you need them.

Can choose your pitch if the option is available, once shown to it they just let you get on with it, facilities always clean and piping hot water.

There is some noise from road and aircraft but if staying anywhere that area it's to be expected.

Two great pubs within 5 minutes and town centre a leisurely 20 minutes walk away where you can get trains into London.

Whenever we plan to go this area then this site will always be our first choice.

Date of Visit: April 2017 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Babstreefern 18 reviews from this member

Actually arrived on 31 March for a 3 night stay to visit our daughter and enjoy her 50th birthday. Found it a lot cheaper than staying in a hotel. Very easy to find from the M25. Biggish site. A mixture of grass pitches and hardstanding amongst trees. There is some aircraft noise and M3 motorway isn't far and could hear some traffic noise, but these issues didn't bother us as we live just as near to the M60 in Manchester and we are under the flight path of aircraft coming into land at Manchester. The staff are really friendly and let you get on with pitching. There are two great pubs, The Bridge (we didn't try this as there was a do on, but when the restaurant is open, you get a 20% discount from the site), but we did try The Kingfisher. Nice, but pricey. The toilets are clean and plenty of showers and private cubicles with washbasins. When the one in the middle of the site is closed for cleaning, the other one close to reception is open. One thing which I thought is rather a negative is that the bins are close to the exit, and you could find you have a rather long walk, so you may have to put your rubbish in the car and drop it off on your way out!

Date of Visit: September 2016 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: The-Aged-Traveller 5 reviews from this member

As with many other reviews of the site the staff are friendly and welcoming took us to allocated pitch but offered any other pitch we wanted, I was personally bothered by the road noise from M3 and by the aircraft noise I new these were possible problems but in my case it prevented a good nights sleep.

Of the two pups close by we found the kingfisher a much nicer friendlier place.

Date of Visit: September 2016 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Janecathrew 3 reviews from this member

We used this site for just 2 days and loved it in such a small time.

We arrived at a very busy time but this was no problem, the staff in reception are really friendly, a guy on a bike took us to our plot and guided us in. We were on the edge of the river Thames so the view was lovely. In the morning we were surrounded by the lovely feeling of nature, rare ducks, squirrels and birds I had not seen before.

The toilet facilities were extremely clean and tidy and very convenient to where we were. The day recreation room looked good as well, as it was raining there were plenty of families using it.

We were there for the sole reason of getting into London for an event in Hyde Park. There are two stations close by, 20 minute walk to Chertsey station or a taxi to Waybridge Station. Both had routes straight into Waterloo. The trains were on time too!

We had a dog with us who had to be kept on the lead. All the surrounding area were dog friendly, the walk along the Thames was beautiful.

The pub over the bridge, called the Kingfisher allowed dogs, so we were able to have a lovely meal in there.

If we needed to go to London again we would definitely use this site again.

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