- Aug 26, 2007
- Funster No
- Since 2005
Thank you. Hoping to go away this weekend and make the forth.Just watched all three videos and they are the sort of Motorhome videos I like to watch and follow - "My adventures doing Pub Stop Overs", just like the "All the Aires" videos around, rather than advertising pub stops. We use the BritStop scheme, but it is nice to see the local areas as well as often we turn up and the dog walking isn't very good, so we end up walking the streets. I like the addition of local attractions available from the Pub. You've got the title of your channel right; "A Motorhome Life of Hank and Marvin" cos that exactly what they are about. Nice set of videos; keep em cumin"
Thank you.It's a little disappointing to see negative comments when some effort is clearly going in to providing an additional resource for us all to use. As for feedback, an idea of the size of MH that can access the parking would be very useful.
I've subscribed.. looking forward to more content on the channel!
Thank you. I really Appreciate that. Notes takenJust watched one of your videos and thought it was good
I think it's a good idea that could grow into a useful resource. Reading about what a pub stop is like is useful, but seeing it is more useful IMO. Subbed
I would say things that are useful to know are (in no order and off the top of my head):
Food and drink
If there are any facilities like water or emptying water
How quiet the area is at night
How secure you felt the car park was
What to do in the area.
Look forward to more videos
The only people calling it gods country are the people who have never been to Yorkshire.???.
Here is your opportunity JJ the football season is about to end the perfect time to get your video out and show us free loaders just what it is like to live with such opulence around you. Dust off the silver service and get clicking.....Relaxing in my centrally heated (or air cooled) van with its bathroom and shower and kitchen, with hot and cold running water, and media centre and fridge freezer (and more) has NOTHING WHATSOEVER to do with "CAMPING".
I am an "Off-Site Motorhomer".
I'm thrilled that you thought it was good. I had a wonderful evening, glad it came in handy for youWell, we went out and tried the Bricklayers Arms in Chipstead for lunch and we really liked it. The Harveys beer was kept well (most important) and the food was excellent. Nothing too fancy, but some good takes on classic pub food. And the prices were cheap, bearing in mind that this is not only in the South East of England but also only a mile or so from Sevenoaks which is stockbroker country.
If you are thinking of taking a motorhome the car parking overlooks the lake, but the parking bays are short so you will not get anything in more than about 7m long. Looks like it will get full in the evenings (they were putting out the reserved signs when we left) so best to get there mid afternoon to be sure of a place in the car park. You also need to go slowly on the road from the A25 as it is narrow with lots of parked cars.
It was packed for lunch, which is unusual for a Tuesday. And the right age group for most funsters. We will be using it again.