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Subject Topic: Where would you go? Lincs or Dorset Post Reply Post New Topic
Message posted by Ma+Pa Clampett.02/2/2012 at 3:20pm
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Ma and me have got a few days off at the end of March just before the mad Easter dash(Yip ta hootay) but we can't decide where to go.It is a toss up between Linconshire,Sutton-on Sea area,or,somewhere in Dorset.We can't decide between them.Could anyone who has stayed at this time of year in either of these areas let us know where,andwhat sites they stayed on,Ma says they must have EHU and be dog friendly,as we are taking Brad the dog with us.Look forward to hearing from you,all advise thankfully received.



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Message posted by dadsbeaniemad02/2/2012 at 5:06pm
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I'm sure when I've asked or read before about Sutton-on-Sea there have been replies about dogs not being allowed on certain beaches.
Sorry I can't help any as we haven't been to either area.

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Message posted by weavers7802/2/2012 at 6:29pm
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Personally would be Dorset ewvry time

Made first ever (and last) visit to Lincs last year (stayed on CL near Mablethorpe which was OK, hard stand fully serviced for 12 night) found it very flat and souless place and the seaside towns verymuch kiss me quick, the locals refer to Skegness as Skegvegas  !!


Message posted by littlejack4002/2/2012 at 7:19pm
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On  balance, weather in Dorset should be warmer,better at this time of year.

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Message posted by Hacksaw Bob02/2/2012 at 8:04pm
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Had a day trip to Skegness once.

Camped in Dorset lots of times!          

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Message posted by JaneH02/2/2012 at 8:36pm
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Skeggy in March will be bracing :-)
Dorset would be my choice .

Message posted by Janx03/2/2012 at 9:04pm
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Dorset Dorset Dorset,.................. I love Mabo and Skeg for a day out as it's only on the doorstep but there would be no contest it would be Dorset if they were both equal distance.

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Message posted by Hacksaw Bob03/2/2012 at 9:24pm
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If we've managed to sell Dorset to you, Norden Farm is particularly dog-friendly -                     

"Our On Site Facilities include:

    Flush toilets and chemical disposal point
    Hot showers and private wash basins
    Family room
    Disabled toilet and wet room (ambulant or aided only)
    Separate laundry and washing-up rooms
    Pooch parlour a wet room and warm shower for dogs"


Message posted by dk16803/2/2012 at 9:26pm
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My favourite site is Birchwood Tourist Park near Wareham, Dorset, and I take the dog to nearby Sandbanks for walks as he loves sand baths.

I believe dogs can go onto Sandbanks without restrictions in March, however, not 100% certain.

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Message posted by JOHN BYRNE04/2/2012 at 7:33am
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East Fleet farm every time, the only reason I am not going this year is that Weymouth should be very busy and pricey as they are hosting the sailing olympics.
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