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Rated 5 of 5

Peace and tranquility

Rated 5 of 5

Access to local places of interest

Rated 5 of 5

Beauty of surroundings and scenery

Rated 5 of 5

Ease of arrival/welcome

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We stayed for over a week at this quiet site and would return again if in this area. The site is very quiet and caravans are well spaced with green partitions between. The grass is short and clippings are collected,{none of that dried grass clinging to shoes and caravan floor}. The use of water next to caravan was great and the waste water drained into the shrubs that surround the site. The site was a bit untidy but I think, because of it, the variety of birds to be seen from the caravan was great. The downside was there was no recycling on site, but everything had to be taken to a recycling point a couple of miles away. The owners were often on site and if you wanted they were willing to talk, but not intrusive. Plenty of places to visit in the area and the beaches were lovely, even though often a good walk away from either the car park or in case of Wells Next To The Sea.

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shrublands replied on 01/09/2021 20:20

Posted on 01/09/2021 20:20

Thank you for your review, we are pleased that you enjoyed your stay. 
In answer to your concerns over recycling and being slightly untidy we do recycle glass and have crates that once full we  have collected however general commercial recycling has not been that successful in our area as we have been told in the past by the collection drivers that both normal and recycle waste is often collected by the same truck. 
we concede that during the summer months the surrounding hedgerows of Hawthorne, willow and buddleia fill out however due to nesting birds we not permitted to cut hedgerows until late summer and allowing the buddleia to flower in abundance rewards us and our caravanners with a spectacular display of colour and draws in a wide variety of butterflies. The birds love the cover provided and we have had three broods of small bird fledglings this year. In summary we feel the little natural untidiness of our hedgerow is a small price for the benefits we and our wildlife reap. Trimming has commenced and will continue during autumn ready for next year.