Biarfields Cheltenham

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  1. teddybard

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    Mrs Teddy (Sheila ) and I
    are visiting Cheltenham for a few days !5-20 Jan2013 £15P/n All in

    Briarfields Touring site http://www.briarfields.net/page2.htm

    Its not an official meet but if anyone is in the area give us a shout.

    Anybody know a good restaurant nearby?
    Pubs etc/ all info welcome.

    We are going on for 4 days afterwards then on to Chelston C&W. weekend


    Roger & Sheila::bigsmile:::bigsmile:
     
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    We are at briarfields now, they take acsi card as well.
    Harvester just across Rd, bus outside every 10 minutes to Cheltenham and Gloucester, park and rode and a big asda within walking distance, good site also laundry cheap at £4 for wash and dry.we leave on the 7th to go to Oxford while van is on getting some work done in Tewkesbury.
    Shame we can't be there the same time.
     
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    Out of interest what do they charge with the ACSI card?
     
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    W T F is an ACSI CARD ?:whatthe:



    Roger:thumb:
     
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    It is an out of season discount card accepted in 1000's of campsites in europe and a handfull in the UK max price is 16 euro per night Abt £13 on current rates

    look here for more info ACSI

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    We paid £14 per night showing the acsi card, that was for the whole of the festive period, we paid £24 a night 2 years ago at Christmas in skegness .
    A think it's pretty good value, site has got road noise with the A 40 running parallel to it. Would be noisy sitting outside in summer but ok in winter with the insulation in the van.
     

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