Windy Hill Farm

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Tricky get in!

As per other reviews, this is a very spacious site. Sloping, but you you can pitch any way you like. Owners very helpful. A good hot shower in the block for 10p a go, lasting a good minute! Frustratingly, 6 units were on the site during our stay. Worth noting that the last half mile run in to the site is a single track road with a few passing places. The turn into the site is VERY sharp (nearly 180 degrees) and up a slope. With a long twin axle unit this was a worry and you can see in the hedge where folk have caught their nearside back ends turning. We discovered during our stay a little further past the site and just beyond the local chapel is an ample turning space... we used this on exiting the site to avoid the tight left hand blind turn. But would have certainly used it on arrival if we knew in advance. Local facilities are good. A steep but rewarding walk down to the beach and Saundersfoot and Tenby are delightful.
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Huge CL

We arrived at this relatively featureless field, which is located next to their larger, more commercial site. We pitched up furthest away from the toilet and shower block on a slight slope. Pitching required some blocks as we were also lopsided. Site is within easy reach of Wisemans Bridge, Saundersfoot and Tenby. The toilets were rough and ready, open slightly to the elements and full of spiders and insects. 10p for hot water in the sink and 10p for around 1 minute in the shower. We came with our 2 dogs which incurred an additional cost but there was a decent dog walk next to the site. Recycling bins were located near the toilet block which was handy. Pretty chilled out site and location however, the signage everywhere made us feel like we had committed some heinous crimes! (turn off lights! dont use heaters in awnings! etc). Totally unecessary tone in my opinion and not welcoming at all and not something we have experienced elsewhere.

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So Spacious

This has to be one of the most spacious CL’s we’ve been on. Yes, there is a commercial site attached to this farm but it doesn’t affect the CL. Slightly sloping but levelling not too bad. 2 showers and separate toilets for male and female that are a little tired but functional when you're paying £15/night. It was a pity that soap wasn’t provided even though paper was replaced every day. Washing machine and tumble dryer good value. Approach is OK with plenty of passing places but suggest you don’t arrive before 11am. TV reception OK as was 3G on Three and O2. The nearby Indian, Seven Spice, is a 20 minute walk and was very good.
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Delightful CL

Just returned from a wonderful week at Windy Hill Farm. This is a beautiful CL, so much space and we were lucky enough to see some spectacular skies and sunsets. We were welcomed and shown the usual bits and bobs but then left to our own devices though we knew where to find the owners should we have any problems. There were two male and two female toilets, always plenty of loo paper and soap to wash your hands. The showers were excellent, plenty of space though you need 10 pence to use them. You can walk to Wiseman Bridge from the site which is an easy walk there but it is up hill most of the way back. From Wiseman's Bridge you can walk through three tunnels to Saundersfoot. Saundersfoot is a lovely seaside town. It has a wonderful beach, ice cream shops, cafes, pubs but has a lovely feel to it. Tenby is about five miles from the CL, an easy pretty drive. Lots to do and see and once again a wonderful beach. One thing we did find was that most of the beaches were dog friendly and there were life guards positioned on the bigger beaches. Caldey Island is a must, you can get the boat from Tenby and then need at least two hours on the Island, if not longer. Over all we had a wonderful weeks holiday with fantastic weather. Thank you to everyone at Windy Hill farm. We will definitely be back should we come back to this area again.
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Lovely Site

Follow the directions in the CC Hanbook not Sat Nav. Booking in and payment was very straight forward. £16.00/ night including the dog A lovely site, very large short grass field. Plenty of room for just 5 vans Some levelling blocks needed A dog walking area just to the side of the field. Can't comment on the WC & showers as we didn't use them. After booking then read some very negative reviews was a little apprehensive but we were very pleased and have nothing to complain about Enjoyed lovely 8 mile round walk to Saundersfoot via the cycle path to Wisemans Bridge Nice pub at Wisemans Bridge, plenty of sitting area outside and dogs are welcome. Thank you Mr Maddoxs , we will return. Julie& Mark Phillips
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A Little Gem

Having read the last five reviews there is very little that I can add to this review as like me others just adore this site and the owners. We have been coming to Windy Hill for 21 years and never failed to have a wonderful holiday no matter what the weather is like. My wife and I are country folk and therefor appreciate the nature that this site offers. The peace and tranquility is so relaxing and the room for children to play is so large that noise is never a problem. Libby and John along with there lovely family go out of their way to make sure that all their guests are looked after always. We have been quite secretive about this site for many years,but feel it is only fair that others should share "A Little Gem". Thank you Libby& John. Best Wishes Ann & Dave
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Lovely peacefull site

Being new to the motor home life, I booked last minute, and John and Libby were more than accommodating. Stopped 2 nights on the the main field with a service pitch and then moved down to the CL field, with all the rabbits, my 5 year old loved it. This was my first time staying on a CL site and my son and I loved it. Would definitely recommend and will return later on in the year for sure.

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Elusive Middle Field

Last minute booking as we usually do, we were not able to get onto the CL field however we were able to pitch up on the 'Middle Field'. John was very welcoming and pointed us in the direction 'ish of 'Middle field'. Once done a full circuit of the 'Outer Ring' occupied by pitch owners (nothing wrong with that) we found the field. during our 9 night stay we saw lots of holiday makers doing the 'outer ring' circuit which made us feel less stupid. John and Libby went for their holiday 2 days after we arrived (nothing wrong with that). They left us in the very good care of their lovely daughter Rachael (known affectionately to us as Dunster). There are many local beaches not only picturesque but dog friendly too for our little Bob. The weather was kind to us which is always a bonus. Yes it was windy at times but we don't think it was any less windy off site so it must be mother natures fault. The few pitch owners I met were very friendly too. Sorry to any of them for Bobby not making the dog walk area on more than one occasion but it was always picked up straight away. We do think we would return just a note about the 20 minute walk to the beach - this is accurate on the way down to Wisemans Bridge, does take a little longer on the way back up. The walk is through some lovely tree lined small roads. You can also walk along the beach from Wisemans to Saundersfoot (tide allowing). If the tide is in then there is a proper foot path with 3 little tunnels in it to get to the same destination. Thoroughly enjoyed ourselves, thank you once again. John, Libby & Dunster. X

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Rabbits Galore

What a lovely site , we stayed here spring bank holiday 2015 . This is the second time and we are still impressed with how well presented it is a large field big enough for a dozen caravans let alone 5 all of it mown like a lawn ,We arrived on Thursday evening and as usual received a warm welcome . We were the only van on site that evening and we were entertained by at least 12 rabbits playing and grazing on the field what a pleasure !. The facilities are great and yes there are a lot of signs but at least you're not left wondering what you can and can't do .As for the entrance to the site we have a twin axel 26 ft long Bailey Unicorn and had no trouble turning in or out of the site it's just a matter of positioning your vehicle correctly Thanks again for lovely break

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Lovely Site!

Stayed 5 nights over Easter (2015), slightly unfortunate with the weather; it's not called Windy Hill for nothing! That aside the site is really good, excellent facilities, John and his wife are really nice, and when the clouds parted and the wind dropped it was really beautiful :) There's a small playground for kids including a baby swing - note that only foam balls are allowed onsite to avoid vehicle / caravan damage. What with the 40 to 50 MPH winds sweeping the UK the day we arrived we took it slow, avoided the M4 / Severn Crossing and ended up arriving just after 9pm; we had phoned ahead and this wasn't a problem. Will be returning here in the future although probably during the summer holidays.

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