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Message posted by ros n vic06/12/2017 at 3:35pm
Outfit:  swift sundance 530lp     Location:  pembrokeshire
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Briarfields motel & touring park is second to none.its inbetween Cheltenham & Gloucester Bus stop just outside park, pub (I think its a harvester) and shops in walking distance. site very clean. The owners Scott, Jo and family very helpful. phone no 01242 235324. also on U.K Campsite search

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Message posted by Suzianna04/1/2018 at 5:31pm
Outfit:  Going Go Pod     Location:  Gtr. Manchester
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I looked at Briarfields but ruled it out because it is next to a road and a really want peace and quiet. Not sure if it is a fast road or not so I'll have another look. The one at Caistor sounds interesting so thanks for that

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Message posted by legenetay04/1/2018 at 6:56pm
Outfit:  Swift Oakmere 2008     Location:  Seasonal Pitch - Wales
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Longnor Wood in the Peak District is well back from a very quiet road. About a mile from the village of Longnor with 2 pubs, cafe, shop and chippie. An easy walk but one of the pubs runs a free taxi service to get you back to the site. Very quiet peaceful site the times we stayed there.

Message posted by paul+julie04/1/2018 at 8:58pm
Outfit:  Swift Challenger 584 and Volvo XC60     Location:  Otley W. Yorks N Yorks border
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CL at Hutton Le hole ticks all your boxes.

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Message posted by franbee04/1/2018 at 10:30pm
Outfit:  Leisuredrive VW campervan     Location:  Lancashire
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Heron's Pond at Crakehall, Yorkshire might suit you. Reviewed on here, sorry, can't do linkys.

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Message posted by Fiona W05/1/2018 at 3:15pm
Outfit:  Autosleepers: Clubman > Nuevo.     Location:  Ayrshire
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Quote: Originally posted by Suzianna on 30/11/2017
I have looked at Wheathill before and the thing that put me off straight away is that they allow people to leave their dogs in their caravans etc. whilst they go off out. I can just imagine dogs barking their heads off and that's not really very peaceful so I ruled that one out.



Search for sites that don't allow dogs either.


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2021 - nothing yet!
2020 - 4 sites, 20 Covid-secure nights / 2019 - 13 sites, 35 nights / 2018 - 20 sites, 33 nights
2017 - 10 sites, 22 nights / 2016 - 19 sites, 33 nights / 2015 - 15 sites, 27 nights.

Message posted by SGThomas05/1/2018 at 3:22pm
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Is this any good?
.Back of Beyond

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April-Jul 2020 Awandering we will go ( Oh if only!)

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Message posted by bofs05/1/2018 at 5:28pm
Outfit:  Coachman VIP 420     Location:  Cumbria
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I (and many others) can recommend Clover Fields Touring Park near Buxton, or Pot Haw Farm CS - you need to be a member of the Camping and Caravanning Club for this one - at Coniston Cold, near Skipton.


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