your thoughts on carvynick in feb

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  1. roky1983

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    hi i still ait booked anywhere for feb and would again welcome your thoughts , was looking at carvynick , wots this like for children aged 5 and 2 and is there much to do for us off the campsite this time of year feb 23rd was then going to stop at brokerswood country park in wilts then margam country park and maybe cardiff, your thoughts and other suggestions appreciated
     
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    bump any1s suggestions please
     
  3. Dalek

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    Hi Roky

    I'm sure someone posted in another of your threads re this.

    Dale
     
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    Sure did I left feedback

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    Carvynick is a nice RV park, with restaurant and swimming pool/sports centre on site. Mostly laid to gravel where the RV'S sit.

    Locally there is plenty to do, Dairyland is just down the road, and [lenty of other attractions for the kids. Watergate bay is nearby, and they do 'experience days' that th kids will love - about £25 and they spend all day learning al the sports such as surfing, kite buggy, land yachting etc.

    The restaurant is a good one, and is run by an award winning, and highly regarded local chef.
     
  6. roky1983

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    Thnx all, it sounds good, as I'm new to this I find it hard to make decisions on where and when to go but I'm sure il get there in the end
    Thnx again
     
  7. Brian and Jo

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    thoughts

    hi roki,we have been to carvynick but only in august but thought it was a great place,eric and his family have spent a lot of money developeing and improving the site,its excellent:thumb: regards brian jo and josh:Cool:
     
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    Thnx Brian I'm so grateful for all of your help
    This forum and it's ppl do a great job
    Regards luke
     
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