Winter sites in the UK (maybe the last time we can say this !!)

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  1. LAM

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    All of your tips have been so helpful.

    Following a t/c with Beverley Park, a Premium pitch with 'panoramic sea views' promised at a price of £117.... for 4 nights over Christmas including access to the pool and gym.

    Not sure if we need the facilities offered, however, for us it's a 'trial and effort' but sure it will be great if only for the use of the pool !
     
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    Thanks 'Full Timer'. We are looking around at the moment so all ideas are welcome. I have e-mailed hotel for info.
     
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    I think its not to bad a price considering the Caravan Club was charging £29.80 for a pitch +2 at Hillhead
    in Brixham and its full. Its each to his own at the end of the day and campsite charges have gone up everywhere
    which is why a lot of us choose Aires abroad.

    John
     
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    Wow, that's a very generous price FT, £5 a night, £5 for brekkie and £9.95 for a 2 course carvery, it's cheaper than staying at home.

    Hymie.
     
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    What a great initiative from the hotel, costs them nothing if you don't use their facilities. Their hotel will get a buzz about the place if many do use it, super forward thinking and good luck to them.
    Does Fun have a download for this type of thing?
     
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    thanks .. looks great and just up the road from us..
     
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    It's a nice place and they are all a very friendly bunch , havn't actually used the pool and other facilities as I'm more of a bar fly but others on the forum have . We have used it as a weekend meeting place for a few of us on the wildcamping forum in the past, The only downside if you can call it that is that you are literally parked on a carpark and there is just a grate covered drain for emptying grey and black waste but hell it's only a fiver and before people started abusing their goodwill the first night used to be free including hook up
     
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