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Low Farm, Scotter Road, Cleatham, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, DN21 3HZView on map
Why stay here ...
Trout fishing adjacent.
Great savings on days out
Offers available to Club members
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This is what a certificated site is all about. Simple set up, beautifully maintained, oodles of room, peaceful setting, good surroundings, friendly owner. What more could you want. More power to their elbow!
This site is very well maintained, and in a lovely location. Although we only used it for a night stop on our way home to Norfolk, we wouldn't hesitate to use it again.
We could not be more complimentary about this site- we recently had a medical emergency and these lovely people came to our rescue, looked after our motorhome, made sure it was safe and even offered to go and fetch our stuff for us from the accident site! the CL itself is beautiful, the grass is beautifully kept and the welcome is warm and helpful. We had not realised what a lovely rural area this part of Lincolnshire was. I very much hope we can go back for a visit under better circumstances. A million thank yous for all your kindnesses to the owners- you are good people.
We arrived on site and was met by the owner who was very helpful and friendly. The site is beautifully kept and overlooks farm land. There is a footpath opposite for walking the dog and a trout lake adjacent to the site. Great location for visiting the beautiful city of Lincoln and the Show Ground, if there is anything on. Do visit the Dam Busters Inn in Scampton, so very interesting but do book if you go for dinner. Really enjoyed our stay.
This is a little gem of a site. It has all the things I expect from a CL - its well maintained, nicely presented, has easy access, its flat and level, offering plenty of space and a relaxed atmosphere. All in all a good place to restore your sanity. The owners are friendly, welcoming and helpful, they even offered to deliver us a Sunday newspaper. Then as a bonus, less than 500yards away from the entrance is a well stocked trout pond, with good disabled access (day tickets available). Within a short driving distance is a farm shop, garden centre with a tea room and the town of Gainsborough, with its historical Old Hall and upmarket Marshalls Yard for shopping. Something for me, something for her!!! So in short a real winner, giving me every reason to return.