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Highlands End Bridport.


Great walks, Superb views, excellent toilet facilities, bar, restaurant, swimming pool £2.40p stay in as long as you want, shop tho' a tad expensive if you have forgot anything from local supermarket, well kept site and clean. On par with CC sites and for what you get a bit cheaper,


Could do with a bit more swings and the like for children (my only gripe)



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Our favorite & worst sites constantly change, as we like to keep trying new ones & it can be a long time before any repeat visit.

Current favorite is:- Bingham Grange, Bridport, Dorset

Adult only, most peaceful site we have found to date, friendly warm welcome, restaurant with good food & bar on-site. Beautiful surrounding countryside & close to coast.

Run close by current 2nd favorite:- Lincoln Farm, Stanlake, Oxon. (AA's 2010 Caravan Site of the Year)


Won't name our worst, as it was during peak summer season, with continuous rain, so facilities were stretched to their limits & the river burst it's banks.

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Have so many really - but favourite at the moment is Camping & Caravan Club site at Corfe Castle. Lovely walks straight from the site and a dog friendly pub (The Greyhound) in Corfe Castle which is 10/15 nice walk from the site

Others include Camping & Caravan Club site at Minehead

Caravan Club sites at Houghton Mill , Icleborough Fields , Lydford , Willingcott & Loosehill are our favourites too. We like to be able to walk straight from the site on good walks.

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Waverley Park, East Cowes, Isle of Wight.




Because the owners are very helpful, sorting out ferry crossing etc,

the site is nice looking over the solent,

it's convenient for going out,

we stay there after the Isle of Wight Festival, roll on June 2012



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