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  1. maryanne

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    Can anyone recommend sites in Scotland or England that have really easy access to a beach or harbour? My husband is a keen sea fisherman but due to advancing years can't walk far or scramble down cliffs! Sites with loos and EHU would be preferable.
     
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    Hoburne blue anchor in Somerset, if you fancied travelling that far south.

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    Bunree CC site, right on the shore of a sea loch !
     
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    New England bay caravan club site in ayrshire , lovely site right on the shore
     
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    http://www.seafieldpark.co.uk/

    We have stayed here a couple of times- 3 nights for the price of 2 midweek until May.
    You are directly opposite the beach and 5 mins from the harbour
     
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    C&CC site at Normans Bay near Eastbourne, they have a private beach section.
     
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    No, Dumfries & Galloway South of Stranraer. A good site though
     
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    try bay view, pevensey bay or pentewan sands cornwall
     
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    White House Beach, Kessingland (CC): one section is "countryside" but the other has direct views across the beach and an easy walk out onto the prom. It is very popular with fisherfolk BUT the beach is stony (albeit with old conveyor belts covering much of the walk to the shoreline) and probably 100m from pitch to sea.

    There are also a couple of pubs & restaurants plus a bus-stop just 100m along the prom.

    A very relaxing place to go - Gordon
     
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    Doesn't this type of thread make you feel good about being a "Funster"..... So many options in such a short space of time. Take a bow everyone, well done.
     
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    Helmsdale harbour, Scotland, park van right next water's edge.
     

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