Pubs that allow over night stops

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  1. irnbru

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    Keith you are doing a fab job here and its much appreciated. As you probably know there are as many (or roundabout)pub stopovers in Scotland on your page as there are last time I looked on a friends Britstops so its an added bonus for me.(y) I believe Britstops is great for the rest of the UK so I'm not mocking them. Just wish our weather was as good as our wild camping and pub stopovers here in Bonnie Scotland :)
     
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    I suppose it depends on the cost of the food against which vouchers can be used as to how "perfect" it is :)
    I would guess that, from the hotel's point of view, having an official CL status is going to enable them to avoid any complaints from owners of local caravan sites.
     
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    See thats perfect. You get a free site and put the money towards a meal and drinks so both parties win. The food looks really good, I bookmarked that one lol
     
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    Cheers @keith ..have made use of your map a couple times.. little donation made..(y)
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    I think Britstops suit me as I will fit in these sites with wild sites and paid sites depending on if i need the buisness of the Britstop....i wouldnt dream of just staying for nothing. I lived in the Highlands before coming back to Wales. Nice when you can put a little back in the local economy. And I do like a beer....for my cough.
     
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    Thanks Andy much appreciated.
     
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    Hi
    Yes it s shame we don't have the quaint traditional pubs up here, but if we did just think of all the motorhomes we would have to put up with on our main roads with passing places. :rofl::rofl::rofl:
     
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    We will be staying with my Sister in the New Year and our MH will be awkward to fit by her house so were looking for somewhere to park up safely. Just opened you map and seen that The Furze Bush Inn, Ball Hill Nr Newbury is just down the road from my Sister and we have been there so many times as well. Well done, this has saved us a lot of hassle.
     
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    Hi, thank you ..... have just arranged to stop over in one of the pubs nr Bath ..... We will of course be eating at the pub.
     
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    Hello all, we stayed at the Castle View Inn in Deganwy for one night this week. If you park at the top of the car park there is a level area. Nearer the water the car park slopes very steeply so avoid that. I would also avoid the bottom entrance to the car park to avoid scrapping the back of the van.
    The staff were very friendly, we had rung ahead to check it was ok and also checked they were ok with where we parked. Wednesday night was Steak special night - food was great. plenty of choice of beers and "her in doors" really enjoyed the flavoured Gins.
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    Thank you for setting up the site
     

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