Suggestions for late may

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  1. Peter & Elaine

    Peter & Elaine Funster

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    Suggestions please
    Elaine and I with our 3 year old granddaughter have 12 days starting late may
    We where considering a week in uk somewhere probably Wales or Norfolk

    But I want a back up plan for somewhere within 6 to 8 hours drive of Calais
    I have been informed that we will wont (not like)
    A beach sunshine
    little one likes a bit of a disco and loves swimming and exploring
    2 to 3 day stops here and there but not running all over like a loony
    A good site with good facility's and some form of entertainment for one of the stops
    Any sensible (I know it's fun so I expect a few daft ones) ideas

    JJs orchard is too far and you can't have kids near diggers
     
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    The Gower or Pembrokeshire, so much to see and do:thumb:
     
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    PP Bear Funster Life Member

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    Try this as its a nice spot :thumb:

    http://www.carreglwyd.com/

    Safe motorhoming :BigGrin:
     
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    The Isle of Wight !!!
     
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    Chris Funster Life Member

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    I like Searles. Been a few times.

    Geared towards the kids and not very expensive.
     
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    i would do the norfolk/ suffolk coast waxham sands nice campsite right behind the dunes nice beaches and you can walk along and see the seal on the sandbanks shop and facilities but not much else round there
    you could stay on the cake and ale site in leiston for a few days and visit thorpeness very pretty with rowing boats for hire on the mere
    and aldborough for a day on the cobbled beach you can park right behind the beach here we often piniced there
    theres a safari theme park at kessingland and nice beaches couple of pubs theres a haven site here that will have entertainment, best check that ,funfairs on the front at yarmouth
     
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