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Visitor Reviews - West Kyloe Farm Old Mill Caravan Site

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West Kyloe Farm Old Mill Caravan Site
Garden Cottage
West Kyloe
Berwick On Tweed
Northumberland   (Browse area)
TD15 2PF   See Map                                 Share Google Plus  Tweet This!  Share on Facebook
Tel: 01289 381279  or  07971411625

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Pitches: 12
Open: Easter To October

Rating: Average Review Score: 8/10 from 26 Reviews
              8/10 from 26 Reviews

Units accepted:    Tents  Caravans  Motorhomes 

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Date of Visit: August 2016 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Abunce 1 review from this member

We stayed on this campsite for 6 nights. Despite the windy and rainy weather, we had a wonderful time!

The site is set on a beautiful farm that is really well kept. It is a smallish site with a gents toilets, ladies toilet, shower room and wet room. All pitches have electric hook up. Our boys (aged 4 and 2) loved watching the cows and having a good amount of space to play.

The owners were friendly and told us we were allowed to go onto the farm to see the tractor and other farm vehicles.

A great find! Highly recommended!

Date of Visit: August 2016 Unit:  Campervan Rating:
Reviewer: JLMay 2 reviews from this member

We loved this site and stayed three nights. Would happily go back. It is remote and the views are amazing. The facilities are good - good hot showers, two toilets and a washing up area with plenty of hot water. This is a good base for exploring the local area, particularly handy for Holy Island. The owner came up every day with his dog and was helpful and friendly. This site is very good value for money. We have a camper van and paid 15 a night with electrics.

They are limited in the number of units they can take so do book in advance.

Date of Visit: July 2016 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Barryhodge 6 reviews from this member

Site was very overcrowded for the facilities available. At one point, there were 9 caravan / motorhomes and 9 tents on site despite it being recorded as a 12 pitch site by the AA. There is only one gents and one ladies toilets, apart from the wet-room facility. The facilities were not very clean, in comparison to other sites in the same price range. The booking system is chaotic. My daughter arrived, only to be told by the owners that they were expecting a tent, not a caravan, despite confirmation emails being written and the change from a tent to a caravan confirmed. Be aware that the caravan field has a considerable slope in places so levelling ramps may be needed. The site owners were rarely in evidence and the camping field is on a remote part of the farm so no control over noisy campers late at night. I cannot understand why this still has a two star rating from the AA. There are good walking opportunities from the site and lovely beaches nearby. Holy Island is definitely worth going to visit, but to avoid the crowds, go early on a day before the causeway is covered at about 9. 30am. When the causeway re-opens at 2. 30, the island is very crowded. The post office tearoom on the island does lovely lunches and cakes. The boat trips to the Farne Islands from Seahouses are excellent value for money.

Date of Visit: May 2016 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: The highbury 15 reviews from this member

On arrival, first impressions were we thought how stunning it was. However, after settling in the lack of communication left us wondering where the facilities were as we had not been told needing water we found we had to ask a fellow camper. As nothing had been explained. We feel that only having one shower was an issue really could do with being upgrading.

Site rules stipulate that all dogs are to be kept on a lead this should also apply to the owners dogs as one was allowed to roam the site and often we see him fouling the site which wasn't very acceptable

Date of Visit: September 2015 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Montalbano III 1 review from this member

We found this lovely site via UKcampsites, and it has turned out to be one of the loveliest sites we have ever used. Easy to book, pleasant owner to deal with, a very nice location in a wonderful area. The views are marvellous, and we enjoyed the pond and its wildlife, as well as all the stock wandering in the adjacent fields.

There are two areas, one open, one enclosed within a walled area that gives a bit more shelter. We chose the latter with our small MH. The toilet and shower areas were very nice, perhaps in need of a deep clean as it get towards the end of the season, but nevertheless, clean and tidy enough. The wet room has lots of space, a good shower and because the roof is clear, gives plenty of natural light. The flowers planted around give a very colourful aspect to the whole block.

Despite very wet weather, we had no issues with our MH on the grass pitches, and although not completely flat, levelling up was easy. There were no issues with the EHU, no tripping out at all. Our two dogs had a decent walk direct from the pitch, and there are lots of footpaths around. As the site is quite close to the A1, getting out and about is easy, however the site is wonderfully peaceful and quiet, no road noise at all. This is a lovely area to visit, close to some gorgeous beaches, lovely towns and villages, and lots of historic sites, such as Flodden Battlefield, at least half a dozen of the best castles in England, and some beautiful countryside. We can highly recommend Cocklawburn and Goswick beaches, just south of Berwick. Berwick has a full range of supermarket, chain and independent shops, and the Town Walls are a very interesting walk.

The owner lives just up the lane, and visits the site every day. It is popular with caravans, MHs and tents, which gives a lovely mix of visitors. Everyone was very friendly and obviously having a very nice time.

Date of Visit: September 2015 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Ronb9191 3 reviews from this member

Possibly the most beautiful site we have had the pleasure of staying on, no light pollution, sky full of stars and the only sounds you hear are the occasional moo. The site is perfect for walkers and a must see is lindisfarne. The facilities are very clean and Mrs Smalley puts a good flower display on. The resident lurcher will come and inspect you on arrival but he is very friendly, a short walk up the hill gives you a magnificent panorama of holy island all the way round to budle bay and bamburgh castle, we will definitely be returning at Easter and again in September.

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