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Message posted by Pedrodan15/1/2007 at 9:36pm
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Can anyone help with a reccomendation, due to work commitments this year we have decided to take a few short breaks rather than one or two long breaks. I'm looking for sites no more than about 100 miles from Oxford. We prefer basic sites hook up, loo and showers is all we ask for in life as we like to just get away and chill. And the cheaper the better, don't want much i here you say!!!! We have stayed at Loveders farm near Chichester many times and love it to bits but would like to try somewhere new. I don't mind if it's quite close to Oxford as long as it's basic and quiet, we have always found the basic sites to be quieter.

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Message posted by debbie197115/1/2007 at 10:23pm
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Is Cambridge too far for you?

http://www.ukcampsite.co.uk/sites/details.asp?revid=1107#maphere

I coudln't recommend this site highly enough, friendly family run.  Separate fields depending on your needs and milk, bread and newspapers to order.  Plus other essentials in the reception block.



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Message posted by Bob™5716/1/2007 at 2:39am
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There is an adequate site at Lechlade on Thames...a very nice setting next to the river and 5 minutes from the village. When I went a year or so ago it was only £4 a night...the site is fine but the loos are awful! Ok if you have your own facilities. I think it is in the UKCS lists.. Bridge caravan site or something like that.

Message posted by Whatamess16/1/2007 at 7:55am
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What about the Caravan Club or Camping & Caravanning Club CLs and CSs?  You do have to be a member to use them. Membership of each club is about £34 and some of the CLs/CSs are only a few pounds a night and they're all over the place, behind farms, pubs, down little lanes.  You're sure to find something you like.  The Caravan Club's web site has details of theirs on line and you can see instantly what facilities are available.

We are like you - just want the basics - so we're going to have a look at some of these this year.

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Message posted by Pedrodan16/1/2007 at 1:01pm
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Thanks all, i now have somewhere new to try without the fear of it being nothing like the add!!!

Happy Camping



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Message posted by paul+margie16/1/2007 at 2:08pm
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We went to Highfeild last year when we lived in Kettering and found it great for kids and also separate fields for adults only,shower block lovely.

Message posted by Mrs. Bonce16/1/2007 at 2:53pm
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There's a site on a farm south of Gloucester, first one we ever stayed on with a caravan, Valance Farm I think. Cetainly used to be cheap.

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Message posted by Pierre C16/1/2007 at 4:26pm
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Try Penlan Brilley - Near Hay On Wye. Limited Caravans & Tent pitches. Basic, clean facilities. Nearest Shop/Pub/Street Light! - 4 miles away. Quiet, peaceful & unhurried. Great rambling & walking direct from sit. Details are via Web Site on UK Campsite.



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