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I am glad I found this CL, excellent CL for stopping over close to the A9, the site is nicely laid out with level hard standing, EHU and a toilet/shower block for the exclusive use of caravaners the cafe serve some nice food, there is a railway line next to the farm but the noise did not bother me
We stopped overnight on our way home after a recommendation from a friend. The scenery is amazing and the cafe serves lovely food. You can also pick your own fruit. The speed and closeness of the train was a bit disconcerting the first time it happened but it passes so quickly it’s not a problem. There was no train noise overnight. There is a small toilet with shower which is immaculate . Can highly recommend this CL.
Arrived for a 3 night stay,went straight to our pitch which was allocated when I booked. Went to pay, found a young girl selling fruit beside the farm shop, who took our £60 in cash, without asking for CAMC membership or offering a receipt.No information given regarding access code for toilet, disposal of rubbish, waste water or chemical toilet. Eventually found them all; rubbish bin about 50 metres beyond entrance to CL. NO RECYCLING FACILITIES - disappointing. Good point - pitches are big, levelling blocks needed. Grass desperately needed cutting- we had to ask to get it cut as it was so long. The toilet/shower has wet walls and a bare concrete floor, the bin was full when we arrived and had not been emptied by the time we left and the toilet paper was all gone on the day after we arrived. And there was no soap provided.In fact the toilet was not cleaned at all during our stay and sad to say there was faecal matter on the underside of the toilet seat! I find this disgusting at any time but particularly so in the present pandemic climate. Why not tell the owner you may ask. Well I wouldn’t know him if I fell over him. He doesn’t live on site and once the farm shop is closed for the day the only people apart from CL users are farm staff living in static caravans just outside the CL. The only member of staff/ management/ owners who came on to the CL during our stay were the 2 men who cut and strimmed the grass. There is a main line railway next to the CL. The trains start passing at 5:25am and stop just after midnight, and NO you don’t get used to the noise. As for the views these are great once you look over the top of the poly tunnel on one side, the 6 foot fence on another side and the wood yard on a 3rd side. The 4th side looks over the railway. Would we go back? NO Would we recommend this site? NO Is it worth £20 a night? DEFINITELY NOT.
This was our first time on a CL site and we absolutely loved it. The pitches are large and level with electric hookup. Toilet, water, waste disposal and elsan point. It was quiet with beautiful views and walks around the network of fields. The train line is just a stones throw away but wasnt an issue for us. Broadslap fruit farm toasties and soup were very nice, along with freshly pick fruit, home made scones and clotted jam. The owners were friendly and welcoming. Theres a lovely little gift shop too! We will most certainly be back! The restaurant is opening up from 7th August so we will look forward to eating there next time!
We had a lovely relaxing family time with wonderful views. Pitches are a great size and each have hook up and water at every pitch, toilet facilities are also available.The train line is close by but surprising how you get used to it. We found nice forest walks a short drive away and also visited Perth and many surrounding towns and villages. The PYO fruit was delicious and a treat to have on the same location. Also lots of ground to walk the dog.Very reasonably priced.
This new site is laid out beautifully with huge pitches and easy access to taps. Set in a PYO fruit farm. Trains pass close by but did not disturb us in the night, apart from them it was very quiet. Good views but without toilets £20 a night is far too much. Recommend the pub in Dunning.