Excellent News for European Motorhome Owners

Discussion in 'UK Touring' started by Jim, Dec 14, 2009.

  1. Jim

    Jim Ringleader

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    This is good News if

    • You own a European Motorhome
    • Love Cornwall
    • Enjoy Michelin Star Food
    • Swimming, Golf, Gym etc

    Carvynick is now open to European Motorhomes

    Carvynick
    is a superb resort set up 5 years ago by RV dealer Eric Randle. (Itchy Feet) Till now they have exclusively catered for only American RVs as an extension of the RV Dealership. I stopped there this Easter and was very impressed. The pitches are without equal, thoughtfully laid out, every pitch had a full length wooden deck with water grey and black right there on the pitch. Newquay, its beaches and night-life are only a few minutes drive away, but the site is in splendid isolation with plenty of lanes to wander with the dog. I understand that they now have just under 50 pitches. Along with a few holes of golf, an excellent indoor pool and a renowned Michelin star restaurant, right on site. All this at extremely reasonable rates.

    They don't open their doors to European Motorhomes till the New year, but don't hang around as soon as the news is out those 50 pitches will be booked up very quickly. Fun is the first to know about this development so get your 2010 diary out and book that trip ASAP. You won't regret it.

    http://www.carvynick.co.uk/index.html
     
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    Dogs are allowed on the RV pitches but not in the holiday homes
     
  3. Jim

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    They have some holiday cottages on the site, but I think they cost over £600 a week:Eek!:. Makes it a great deal in your motorhome, i think we only paid £20 a night which considering the superb facilities was fantastic value. No charge for the dog.
     
  4. fjmike

    fjmike Deleted User

    Personally I wouldn't be seen dead on a site like this but thanks for the thought Jim
     
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