Peace takers

Discussion in 'Solo travellers' started by N Luyetund, May 11, 2009.

  1. N Luyetund

    N Luyetund Deleted User

    • sites that charge 2,3 or more £s per night for a dog :Angry:
    • sites that quote a price for 2 peeps, charge extra for additional adults but won't give a reduction if you're on your own :Angry:

    anyone care to add to the list?
     
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  2. Parcverger

    Parcverger Funster - Campsite Owner

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    We agree - there is no logic or fairness in either of these examples. We also do not like sites that charge motorhomers and RVers for a toad when car and caravan are allowed with no problem.

    Bob and Di
     
  3. scotjimland

    scotjimland Funster Life Member

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    Sites that charge extra for

    * Roll out awning (sun shade)

    * Pup tent (for the kids)

    * For an RV just because it is an RV, not for a bigger pitch.

    * A towed car
     
  4. Shubberdog

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    I have just fallen out with the Camping and Caravan Club because they charge for dogs and I have two :swear:
     
  5. scran

    scran Read Only Funster

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    paying for dogs

    when did you have to start paying for dogs with caravan and camping club?
     
  6. Road Runner

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    snap!!!!!!!!!



    Woolacoombe sands used to charge £5 a night for dogs but all in price for family including use of leisure suite (so you could be mum, dad & 4 kids with no extra charge) but just me and my dog the same price as family plus Bruno's £5:Doh::RollEyes:
     
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  7. Caztur

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    C & C C sites don't charge for dogs, and they charge per person so work out very good value for me.

    I object to paying for dogs - they don't use more electric or take showers, and in many cases the sites that charge most for them are the ones with the smallest or non-existant dog walks, and no poo bins. They obviously don't want my dogs there so they can do without my custom as well.
     
  8. Wildman

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    If you are going to Woolacombe sands you pass the beasts lair, otherwise known as the home of the Lazy Buzzard. Not that there is a sign up, hee hee so give me a shout the night before you are coming down. you never know our site might be up and running.
     
  9. olley

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    Hi don't have a problem with any sites, if I don't like them; I don't go there. :BigGrin:

    Olley
     
  10. Boo

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    Sites that won't let pets on :Sad:

    Sites that charge extra for a MH :Angry:

    Sites that charge for wind out awnings........it don't even touch their land!............Wonder if they would apply that to window awnings..........let m see, you have 5 awnings at £5 per awning per day :Eeek:

    Boo
     
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  11. N Luyetund

    N Luyetund Deleted User

    Alternative location to those offered by peace takers....... Fircombe :thumb:

    (just in case that doesn't come up in google maps, try Carry On Girls - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)
    .....best way of dealing with these peace takers ...go Fircombe :Rofl1:
     

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