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Adverse travels on Bristol stop over.

Site is in a beautifully mown flat field through a locked gate. Key was available from the owners house next to the field. There is no toilet or shower but this is reflected in the £12 p/night charge. There is fresh water, grey water waste and chemical disposal points. The rubbish is split into recycling (beautifully separated) and general rubbish. Dogs are allowed on site on leads. Most of the pitches are grass but there is a small section of hardstanding if the weather has been particularly wet. There were a couple of good walks from the site especially over the Severn Bridge. The views and sunset were magnificent. The site is beautifully kept by the owner John who is 85 years old. A really lovely chap. This site is a great place en route to Devon/Cornwall, to break up your journey.
Motorhomer from Shropshire

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Tinwheeler replied on 27/07/2019 14:34

Posted on 27/07/2019 14:34

I’m puzzled why all your travels are "adverse", Smokey. 🤔

 

adverse
/ˈadvəːs/
adjective
preventing success or development; harmful; unfavourable.
"taxes are having an adverse effect on production"
synonyms: unfavourable, disadvantageous, inauspicious, unpropitious, unfortunate, unlucky, untimely, untoward; More