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Visitor Reviews - Sandend Caravan Park

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Sandend Caravan Park
Banffshire   (Browse area)
AB45 2UA   See Map                                 Share Google Plus  Tweet This!  Share on Facebook
Tel: 01261 842660

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Pitches: 48
Open: April To October

Rating: Average Review Score: 9/10 from 21 Reviews
              9/10 from 21 Reviews

Units accepted:    Tents  Caravans  Motorhomes  Statics for Hire 

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Date of Visit: August 2015 Unit:  Campervan Rating:
Reviewer: Tea Lover 3 reviews from this member

Spent two nights here just out of season with our elderly dog. Given a place near the beach and loved the views. It was great to stumble out in the middle of the night and see the sea almost at the edge of the site, lit by moonlight, and also a stunning red sky one dawn. Fish shop close by and lovely harbour in the village. Bit pricier than we are used to and was not sure about the card system for the showers but it all worked well.

Lots of dog walkers on the beach and great place for children to play too. Will be happy to return.

Date of Visit: August 2015 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Mrs Brian the Snail 3 reviews from this member

Beautiful site, within a few minutes' walk of the most gorgeous sandy beach. Not a large site, which makes it. Friendlier, I guess. All the pitches are grass, which isn't an issue unless it's pouring down, or has been pouring down.

We stayed there for 1 night towards the end of August 15, and surprised to find so few families there, but the Scottish schools had gone back so perhaps that was why. It really is the most beautiful site for families - wonderful to see children playing on the beach, making sandcastles, running on the dunes and playing on the sand - not an iPad or mobile phone in sight!

The toilet block was immaculately clean, if a tad dated, but so are loads of hotel bathrooms so really not an issue.

As a couple of reviewers have mentioned, it would be a good idea for the owners to trim back the trees and bushes overhanging the site road. We didn't have a problem with the hedge at the entrance, but wider rigs than ours could easily get damaged by it.

The Glenglassaugh Distillery is an easy walk to the east of the site, offers tours round the distillery and is well worth a visit.

If we go up in the direction of Sandend again we'll definitely stay here; it's beautiful.

Date of Visit: June 2015 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Ridgebacksontour 10 reviews from this member

A favourite site of ours, only 30 minutes from home but here we get straight from the site and onto the beach. And what a beach, a wide expanse of clean sand, sand dunes to the rear, the small fishing village ( with fresh fish shop)of Sandend to the left. At the far right end of the beach are the remains of a WW2 gun emplacement. The beach and bay are very popular with surfers. The site itself is quite compact with a mix of statics, tourers & tents. The pitches are all of the grass type the majority of which have EHU. The showers & toilets are kept spotlessly clean by a lady who ensures this several times a day. As this is a seasonal site the facilities are not heated which is fine most of the time but can feel a bit chilly on an underpar summers evening. The showers are card operated, one is given several of these upon arrival. There is a small shop offering the basics plus a selection of beach toys and goods. The owners are extremely welcoming and very helpful too. A short walk to the east is the Glenglassaugh Distillery. To the west are the remains of Findlater Castle. Also close by is the very picturesque village of Fordyce which is well worth visiting. A lovely site, many of its visitors are regulars which itself speaks volumes.

Date of Visit: June 2015 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Calinyx 21 reviews from this member

A good clean site that is well kept and tidy.

Stunning beach literally on the door step with Cullen and Portsoy handy for shops.

There was a large party of tenters the evening we arrived and our worries about noise were proven right. However the campsite owner did come out a number of times to try and quell the noise. I suspect we weren't the only ones who didn't appreciate a party.

Date of Visit: April 2015 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Whigsvolt 2 reviews from this member

Sandend and the Genreal area is without doubt a 5 star location and really goes without saying but our first 3 night stay at the park was somewhat dissapointing in a few areas.

My first Gripe was the very Risky narrow hedge that runs very close togeather at the Entrance to the park. This Hedge should either be trimmed right back or completely removed as there is a real risk of scratching or damaging the side of your caravan and or vehicle. I really don't see the hedges purpose on the site.

The Site was quiet when we arrived with only a few Tourers with Families on tow, None of the pitches were marked with markers and had to be shown by the very nice lady where to put the drivers side of the van against which was a stone slap level with the grass.

The Chemical toilet discharge area was not the best with a meter or so length of hose which was burst in 2 places and a tap that leaked badly and when trying to wash out my portable toilet the water was splashing every where. I feel a simple repair or replacement hose would have made this tedious job much easier.

The Grass around many of the Statics was very long and not well kept at all and I feel the grass around the site was longer than necessary and not that well kept.

There is a Wooded area at the back of the site where the exit road runs next to and we had to take the caravan and truck on to the grass to avoid long branches and shrubbery that could have again scratched the van and or truck. This should be cut right back or removed as I see no purpose for it.

I never saw any wardens on the site the 3 days we were their.

Finally the site is very expensive and had I known about a fully serviced pitch on a site that was immaculate with a shop manned daily at 2 pounds cheaper per night I would have opetd for that.

Great Location Nice people, but not as well kept as it could be.

Date of Visit: July 2013 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Bluedogged 1 review from this member

Excellently run site, spacious pitches, toilets and showers spotless, cleaned at least three times a day by a very busy lady all facilities available and kept scrupulously clean and spot on.

Beautiful safe beach, ideal for the whole family, extremely child friendly site.

Small shop on site with some basics and more local shops with in three miles at most.

Owners could not be more helpful and we will definitely go back next year

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