Rosehill Cottage

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Rated 5 of 5

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Rated 4 of 5

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Avoid

It's a long and very rough road with rude horse riders !! The field had very long grass only one water tap and it felt like you was being watch all the time cause the old lady's house is right next to you !!! The amount a vehicle going past from very early in the morning is very annoying !, we felt uncomfortable to say the least and left early !

Jasper51

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Reviewed on 18/12/2015 00:23

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4 Nights in September 2015

An excellent site with plenty of room and good facilities.  A couple of nice walks can be taken from the site into Shillington or the surrounding area.

dinkysteve

Caravanner from Staffordshire

Reviewed on 22/09/2015 17:05

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perfect

stayed for one night on a Saturday. Four units there with plenty of space. beautifully kept grass, sheltered on three sides by trees and the other side is a horse field with trees the other side. lovely spot all round. bit of a downer was the party which I assume was in Shillington and the music across the fields but hardly the fault of Mrs Simkins. I see what is meant about the road but keep to the 10mph and watch where you go and we had no issues in our motorhome.

Patcherelli

Reviewed on 09/06/2015 16:40

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A very pleasant site

We visited this very pleasant CL during the Whit Bank Holiday 2015. We were met on arrival by Mrs Simkins, a very nice lady who was most welcoming.The pitches were spacious and all had electricity. The only other neighbours were the birds and horses in the adjacent fields.We agree will the other members reviews regarding the approach road. However, this did slow down the other traffic that accesses the farm and riding stables

Johnmsimp

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Reviewed on 27/05/2015 09:01

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A Favourite CL

We've stayed at Rosehill Cottage CL several times now, most recently last week. It's a beautiful, quiet, flat site, surrounded by fields (with horses). It's ideal for us for visiting family in the area. The welcome from is friendly and helpful. True there is an unmetalled private road to the site. After several visits I find that it's not a problem within the clearly signed 10 mph limit.

hilwhi

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Reviewed on 21/12/2014 22:08

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Lovely site, shame about the access road!

Beautiful site on a working farm/stables. Nicely groomed level pitches with only horses and birds for company. However, the track leading up to the site is full of potholes, some very deep. Deep enough to smash the casing on a motor mover as I found to my cost when the potholes were all full of rainwater and you couldn't spot the deep ones. Avoiding all the potholes is impossible. I shall not be going back until the road is repaired to a better standard.

DRV

Caravanner from Nottinghamshire

Reviewed on 26/10/2013 16:10

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