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Bodewran Bach, Llangefni, Anglesey

Stayed in August 2015 this year great site friendly owners loved the small pottery bar showers were clean and hot great after a day at the beach. Grandkids loved it want to go back next year.

5 Star Rating Review by Sharon,  September 14th 2015

Mount Folly Farm, Bigbury on Sea, Devon

We walked through this farmer's land and it is a beautiful spot which is well worth a visit. He passed on his tractor gave us a wave and a big smile and his dog is lovely!

5 Star Rating Review by catie,  September 4th 2015

Moss Hagg Farm, Selby, North Yorkshire

after agreeing a price over the telephone with the lady in charge we headed up, however upon arrival the price had gone up.
the owner blamed overheads, I pointed out we had agreed a price the day before but he told us we hadn't asked him for a price.
we reluctantly pitched and went out walking for...[read more]

1 Star Rating Review by keith flint,  September 3rd 2015

Barton Bungalow Touring Caravan Site, Barnstaple, Devon

This is a wonderful place to stay excellent views, Very friendlily owners, hard standing on all pitches and nicely mown grass around the site.
would recommend to any one
even TV aerials on each pitch if you have if you have trouble getting a signal

5 Star Rating Review by Anonymous,  August 31st 2015

Salcombe Campsites, South Devon

Salcombe Harbour, South Devon

The popular and wealthy seaside resort in South Devon on the Kingsbridge Estuary. Salcombe is a great base for exploring the South Hams, sampling the local cuisine and has a busy harbour and beautiful sheltered beaches. The coast path east and west of Salcombe is rocky, natural and with some great coves and beaches for all the family.

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