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Visitor Reviews - Delph Bank Touring Park

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Delph Bank Touring Park
Old Main Road, Fleet Hargate
Lincolnshire   (Browse area)
PE12 8LL   See Map                                 Share Google Plus  Tweet This!  Share on Facebook
Tel: 01406 422910

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Pitches: 38
Open: 18 March To 31 October

Rating: Average Review Score: 9/10 from 67 Reviews
              9/10 from 67 Reviews

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Date of Visit: August 2015 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: White Fang 3 reviews from this member

We camped here for 4 nights (Mon to Fri) and were impressed with the quality of the site.

The pitches are plenty big enough and the grass can only be described as a lawn! Well cut grass no lumps or bumps and very flat; absolutely brilliant for a tent. The site itself is spotlessly clean with beautiful flower borders etc. All pitches have EHU and water taps are plentiful.

The toilet block is as spotless as the rest of the site. Although there are only a couple of showers these were never busy as most visitors are in caravans. There was always plenty of hot water and the dishwashing/laundry area is excellent. There are plenty of work surfaces making it easy for campers to stack dried dishes etc.

The tent area is quite small but thought is give to pitch allocation so that the tents are well spaced out and quite private. The dog walk is as well kept as the rest of the site; a lovely grassy path between fields with the grass kept well trimmed.

We would definitely stay at this site again.

Date of Visit: August 2015 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Lisanne 2 reviews from this member

Just wanted to say what a wonderful welcome we all received 3 touring caravans, left in the lurch by another site and delf bank were so wonderful to accommodate us for one night on our way to Yorkshire, every thing was clean and tidy, and couldn't have received a better welcome !, thank you very much from the parsons, sharmans, and the Mitchell's

Date of Visit: August 2015 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Mike P Dean 1 review from this member

We Have not been to this site for a couple of years now, but this year we made a return and we were not disappointed. Their standard is still very high, the pitches are well kept as is the all important facilities, On arrival one has a friendly greeting and you are shown to your pitch

Delph Bank is easy to get to and it is central to north Norfolk, bird watches paradise and Peterbourgh

Date of Visit: July 2015 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: CrystalCamper 3 reviews from this member

This campsite is very well-maintained and set in a good location for exploring the area around Spalding, Boston and Kings Lynn.

The owners work very hard to keep the campsite very neat and clean and they seemed friendly whenever I had any interaction with them.

There was a utility room to wash clothes and dishes (only service washes and drying was available when I camped there, which seemed pricey at £6. 40 per load to wash and dry) but unfortunately no inside drying space was available to hang-dry base layers and technical clothes that could not be dried in a dryer. This was not ideal for me as I had to wash a load of clothes (no smalls, ha!) which took four days to dry outside after the weather turned wetter and colder.

I doubt that I would return to this campsite but I could recommend it as a quiet and clean site, and seemingly quite popular with a few people I met, who returned year after year. If you do not foresee yourself needing to dry off after wet weather or hang dry clothes, then I would say that this campsite could provide a quiet base to explore Lincolnshire and nearby Rutland or Norfolk. Boston was a short drive away, as was the very pretty town of Stamford and I would recommend both of them for days out.

The structure and layout of the campsite provides protection from winds through mature cypressa hedges and trees that surround the site and section off rows, but due to where I was pitched, the opportunities to socialise with fellow campers were limited to washing up dishes in the utility room.

In my opinion, this campsite could be improved by offering an indoor space to dry clothes, in inclement weather.

Date of Visit: July 2015 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Mags15 4 reviews from this member

Our first visit to this well kept & sheltered site, mixture of grass & hard standing. Showers, toilets and pot wash all spotless. Designated dog walk on site but short, better to use the park next to the site or walk to village. There is only one Pub remaining in the village but it does not do food except Sunday lunch and the small village shop not open on Sunday. Adults only Tranquil site so it was peaceful but £4. 50 for 1 days WiFi is too expensive for a variable signal.

Date of Visit: August 2015 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Liveypops 3 reviews from this member

We found this campsite whilst touring in Scotland and booked it at the last minute whilst travelling back to Norfolk. We explained to the lady owner we had a 24ft rig with full awning, she said even though they were busy she had the perfect pitch for us which we booked. After travelling back 600 miles from Scotland we arrived at the campsite about 6pm in the pouring rain. We booked in and were escorted to our pitch which we found out really wasn't big enough for what we had. After the owner criticising my reversing skills (not good customer service) we managed to get the caravan onto the pitch and we still had the awning to put up which we did once the owner had left.

Second problem we were informed by lady owner that our pickup was parked in the wrong place, we tried to explain the pitch was not big enough but she did not want to know.

Thirdly, I had taken our dog for a walk and had followed the signs on entering campsite to find out I was going the wrong way, which normally wouldn't have been a problem but this really did seem to upset the owner who started shouting at me. At this point even though we had booked for five nights we left after two. Holbeach as an area is lovely and to be honest the campsite is really clean and tidy but I would recommend that the pitches are big enough, things are signposted more clearly and most of all manners cost nothing with a warm welcome.

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