Warren CL

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Amazing Views and Ethos

This was a little bit of heaven on earth for us. The busiest site we had stayed on in our time away, (all five pitches taken) and yet so peaceful with so many places to walk with the dog, and so much to explore with the heritage orchard, arboretum, woodland (acres of steep welsh hillsides) without even leaving the site. The directions to the site were a bit difficult for us to follow (over descriptive possibly) and in my view no longer necessary as there is an excellent sign on the main road indicating the way to the Woodland Skills Centre, and all you need to do is follow it. The CL site is positioned next to the car park for the skills centre and there is a lot of activity here to keep one amused if, like us, you're not actually attending one of their courses. The views from the site were outstanding, the welcome was great, and the showers and toilets were well maintained. We would definitely go back.
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Peace and Tranquility

We rang up on speck as we were passing through and needed a site for the night. Even though it was sort notice we were greeted with a warm welcome. It was dark when we arrived so imagine our surprise and delight when we looked out onto such a beautiful view. We took the dogs for a walk through the forest, it felt tranquil and remote just how we like it. It has everything you need in a basic site which is what we usually go for, and has the bonus of EHU and a shower. On arriving home I looked into the website more and would definitely return and love to try one of the courses on offer. Thank You Ste + Fiona Chippendale
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Very peaceful site in lovely surroundings.

This is a very peaceful site situated amid lovely countryside and scenery. There are good walks from the site and easy access to the Offa's Dyke path. Rod and the team were very helpful and welcoming. Would definitely visit again!
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Peaceful, welcoming and remote

This site was an amazing find, small extremely peaceful and set in a beautiful remote part of the world. Facilities are basic but clean. The pitches are set amongst newly plated and mature trees all part of the work the Woodland Skills Centre do. I couldn't recommend this site enough to those who prefer the wilder side of camping/caravanning.
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Great Value for Money

This was a very welcoming site with beautiful views, the site was well kept with facilities which were basic but clean. For £10 per night this is well worth the money and we will be returning for a second visit.

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Excellent - have visited many times

This is definitely our first choice of CL sites in this area and we have visited many times. The site has been improved in the last couple of years with a new toilet/shower room installed . The countryside around the site is beautiful and it is a very peaceful location. The only negative is that it is a bit of a hike to the toilet waste facility but this is to be upgraded soon. The owner Mr Waterfield is friendly and always helpful. At £10 per night I think this site is amazing value. It is within an easy drive of Denbigh and St Asaph and there are lots of lovely villages nearby. It is great walking country too. I wouldn't consider staying anywhere else when visiting Denbighshire. My only hesitancy in giving this 5 out of 5 is that I don't want it to be booked up when I want to visit again!!! Lindsey and Harry Vernon

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Great location, could be easily improved with a bit of effort

Site consists of grassed area with four pitches and an area of hardstanding being the fifth pitch. We pitched on the hard standing. Great views and good walks directly from the site. I did think the water and refuse area was untidy at the time, bins were full and were not emptied. The Elsan disposal point is a bit of a walk up a slight slope which one elderly couple did say they found difficult. The shower facility and toilet was dirty and very tired, I would suggest the owner removes this from the facility list or refurbs, personally not an issue for us as we used the vans shower. The site has 5 star potential by its location but let down slightly by the scruffy appearance. That said I would still return.

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Rural and peaceful CL

Second time of staying at this peaceful and rural CL. The site is set on a hillside with great views. There is some toing and froing as the site is next to a woodcraft business, but this adds to the ambiance. The owner is very friendly and made us welcome. There are basic toilet and shower facilities on site. Would visit again.

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Stunning views

There a four pitches suitable for caravans on beautifully kept rolling meadow. One hard standing suitable for motorhome. The beauty of this site are the rolling hills and woods seen across the valley, The owner runs woodcraft courses on site and it is sometimes possible to see the work being done such as using pole lathes to make chair legs. Getting to the site from the main road would be quite difficult in a caravan as there is a long climb up a single track road, but worth the effort when you get there.

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