Scotgate holiday park

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    looks real nice, am i turning into a scrooge thou or am i just getting used to rallys and wild camping. tariff looks rather steep to me, but then again you do get what u pay for!

    hope you enjoy, and it is a lovely part of the world have to say. :Wink:
     
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    Hi I love the lakes and it's close to kewsick but your right it's a bit steep in price but there is not allot of sites open this time of the year plus we have to young boys so the facility's are what we need
     
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    tariff looks rather steep to me,



    As do all the rules and regulations:Eeek:
     
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    do you belong to caravan and camping? they often have sites that are alot better priced and they will list the Open All Year ones.

    There is a CC one in Hawes, but nothing on site really for kids, but the town itself is yummie for adults. all those pubs with roaring fires, wensleydale cheese factory, rope works, great walks and waterfalls etc
     
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