The Best Site

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  1. whiskers27

    whiskers27 Read Only Funster

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    Hi All

    Whats the Best site you have visited, I think for myself it was Sandy Balls at the New Forest I stayed there for a week in my caravan, I think a close second would be stanmore hall.

    Would like to hear what your favourates are and why.

    cheers all

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    HI

    My favourite sites only allow five vans on them:Wink:

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    CC site at Bunree.:thumb:
     
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    this one, plenty of room for everyone and always a laugh.:Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
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    Would agree that it has one of the best outlooks of any site BUT I would not even think of going there if you have a dog that likes a run off the lead.
    There is a picture on the net somewhere showing the 'Dog Walk' sign surrounded by salt water at high tide and there is no fence between the 'walk' and the rest of the site. Surrounding residents have obviously noticed this and there is a mass of 'no dog walking' type signs on the approach road.
    The C&CC site in Glencoe (a few miles along the road to Bunree) is surrounded by woodland and is a real treat for dogs that like a run.
     
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    Well we be returning here next year:
    Camping Butterfly, Peschiera del Garda - Lago di Garda
    Everything we needed on a smallish site and a few minutes walk away a nice town and beaches. First visit too short.

    But in the UK I'd go for Brean Sands. A bit waterlogged but within easy cycling was a bit of everything. We got lucky with weather, so fond memories.

    Most jaw dropping site:
    Camping Italy Camping Venice Marina di Venezia
    2500+ pitches all hard and serviced. A big boisterous holiday camp with a massive immaculate Med beach on site. All we could think was "wish the grandchildren were here". However, were were rained off after 3 days, gave up due to rain only Scotland can better, though Scotland could not match the lightning.

    We've only been at this 2 years so early days.
     
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    Must agree and some wonderfull views as well.



    Dave:thumb::thumb:
     
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    for me is Peterhoff castle close to Saint-Petersbourg. This is an incredible place , especially when you see what nazis made before their retreat !



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    Your on the best site:Rofl1:
     
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    :Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1: good joke :Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
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