Why would this be the case?

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  1. haganap

    haganap Funster Life Member

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    just looking at a campsite and noted the pricing structure.

    They charge more for a motorhome than a caravan?

    any ideas why?

    seems strange
    http://www.redlionfarm.co.uk/
     
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    scotjimland Funster Life Member

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    no idea why, never seen that before..

    bigger pitches ?

    they also say that these prices ' Start From' so maybe bigger caravans also pay more.. as do RVs

    to me that's just another way of 'cashing in' .. like charging for dogs, awnings etc

    I wouldn't stay there

    email and ask..
     
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  3. PORKSTER

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    That would put me off a little bit
     
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    A caravan and car outfit needs more space. It doesnt make any sense.
    Looks like they won't get many Funster visitors then!
     
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    I would not use them, two adults in a motorhome use no more than two adults in a caravan, weird :eek:
     
  6. bartiny

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    Maybe the hard standing pitches are reserved for motorhomes and RVs :cautious:
     
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    Also a caravan would more than likely be on the electric all day and night.
     
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  8. scotjimland

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    maybe it's because front wheel drive motorhomes are more likely to suffer wheel spin and chew up the grass. :swear2:
    you don't have that problem with a big 4x4 + caravan...:reel:

    seen many a Ducato making a ploughed field out of a nice grassy pitch :LOL: :wink:
     
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  9. Wildbill

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    They don't seem to have a email address I was going to rip in to them :rofl:
    racist on the ground's were motor homers :rofl:
    is it cose were motorhomers :Eeek:
    bill
     
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  11. mickyc

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    They wouldn't get away with that in France :imoutahere:
     
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    So tow a caravan behind the Moho and say its just the tow vehicle :)
     
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    Strange ! Very strange! spect they just lost a heap of business tho!
     
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    If my post above is the reason, then I would pay an extra £1.00 for a hard standing (y)
     
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    To be fair, this looks pretty special though.....

     
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    the do have an email contact on the about us page
     
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    There is also an e-mail symbol at the bottom of the page, next to the facebook symbol - address - info@redlionfarm.co.uk.

    J
     
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    Interesting, they don't like people with iPads either. Their website doesn't Work on an iPad because it uses Flash and does not have a fallback. Just says view it on a desktop computer. Seems they are just not interested in business or perhaps they consider themselves not suitable for "Rich" people in that you must be rich to have a Motorhome or iPad.
    Best to let them to get on with it and go elsewhere. Perhaps somebody with a desktop computer could copy this thread to them. They may not understand that they are alienating their customers.
    Steve
     
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    I assume because caravans use the grass pitches and motorhomes get the large hard standings ... I understand it's quite normal practice to pay extra for hardstandings on campsites, personally though I'd prefer a grass pitch anytime!
     
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