Rated 4 of 5

Rated 5 of 5

Peace and tranquility

Rated 3 of 5

Access to local places of interest

Rated 5 of 5

Beauty of surroundings and scenery

Rated 3 of 5

Ease of arrival/welcome

Could be fantastic

Actually stayed here last Easter but only able to post CL reviews now we have been members for a while so apologies if facilities have improved since then. Brilliant location in remote and fairly isolated area. The most appealing feature of this site was the surrounding countryside and walks to nearby Mid float Bay. Slightly scary navigating some of the small winding roads leading to site but got there unscathed. Access onto the smallish, uneven, enclosed field would not have been possible without our 4x4 and one couple, who arrived the day before, had to pitch up in the rather unattractive area in between the cowsheds and barns. The most disappointing aspects of the site were the shower/toilet facilities which were a joke really. A kiosk type arrangement consisting of a toilet with shower overhead so using the shower would have soaked whole kiosk. Full of cobwebs and dust but the toilet itself was clean and usable....do not however come here if you will rely on using the shower! Also the advertised Games area was an old barn full of discarded junk. A pervasive smell of damp and neglect filled the place and it wasn't really usable....I found a Worzel Gummage annual from the early 80's amongst the old tattered book collection and I think that was probably the last time the area was used! Basically the site desperately needs a bit of a tidy-up and if this was done it could be a fantastic place to stay. I feel that the caravan club should actually check out facilities of sites before allowing them to be advertised as we specifically chose this site rather than another couple nearby (which both were far superior) because of the Games room: which didn't really exist!

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