Northbrook Farm Caravan Club Site

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Enjoyable site

We came here because it was one of the only sites with availability when a weekend's work was cancelled at short notice, but would definitely stay again. We visited over the late May bank holiday and loved the site - very quiet and we spotted none of the problems that the reviews from late last year have reported. A previous review mentioned derelict site buildings with subsidence - the buildings are still there, but they're nothing like the eyesore that you'd imagine from that description, they just look like a large wooden building and if there hadn't been a sign saying the facilities were out of use because of subsidence we'd have just thought it was a site storage building like a tool shed. We saw plenty of activity from the site staff, going round and keeping the place clean - nothing intrusive, but we knew they were there. I can't comment on the wi-fi as we use a mobile hotspot from a mobile phone, it works out cheaper that way: Phone signal was OK around the site was OK for voice and 4G. We plugged in to the site TV distribution system and that was OK as well. All told a good site which we'd use again.

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Easter Weekend 2019

This is a very nice peaceful site on the outskirts of Worthing and close to the A27. The facilities are kept clean and well attended by helpful friendly staff. The toilet/shower block is currently out of order and we were told are going to be rebuilt. There is a large Tesco within walking distance of the site entrance and Littlehampton beach car park is very motorhome friendly. We will definitely be returning to this site.

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Two nights only

Used this site as we had a funeral to attend and were driving from Wales. Bit run down, and there were dogs off the lead on site. Also I did not know before that Travelers were allowed to camp on site. Had I known I might have changed my mind. There is a lot of road noise during peak times. The site does look a bit untidy with the seasonal caravans and the long grass around them. In all although we stayed 2 nights, we would not use this as a holiday site.
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Northbrook Farm stay.

Recently stayed for 11 nights while visiting son and girlfriend in Brighton. On arrival was informed of the resurfacing of the adjoining Tennis Club roadway and advised to pitch away from the noise. The site was a little further from Brighton than I had imagined and only caused us problems during peak commuting time. It's and ideal location to explore the South East. Goring has a nice seaside walk, and Worthing has array of lovely shops. We will be staying here again.
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One night Only

We had to find a site last minute, we usually stayed a few miles away in another caravan park but since we just became members here we chose a club site. Well, it's not really a club site it's like a waste land if I'm honest. No shower/toilet but we knew that when we booked last minute. I wouldn't book here to spend a few days with no facilities. It is peaceful and quiet though if you can look past the basics of the site. Pity as this could be a really great site so close to Worthing.
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Dissapointed

Very disappointed with this site. Not what Iwe have come to expect from a club site. We knew there were no facilities on this site when we booked but did not expect there to be old subsided facilities left looking neglected and run down. This was the general impression of the whole site, tired and run down. There were cracked walls round the dustbins, litter that was not picked up all week and many unoccupied seasonal caravans that make the site feel deserted. When we arrived, we were told by the warden that there were travellers on the site. Although this did not cause us any problems, it is not what we would expect from a club site. The barrier was left open all night on one occasion and this did not make us feel very secure. There were puppy dogs running free without leads and no action was taken regarding this by the wardens who must have been aware of this as it happened on a number of occasions. The Wifi is only a hotspot and the download speeds were very poor. All the taps for waste water and chemical emptying points leaked badly. We have been with the club for 38 years and this is the worst site we have been on.

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how this site has changed

Once this site was a lovely peaceful place with well kept grass pitches and a well maintained clean toilet block, which we have regularly visited over a period of 25 years or so. Oh Dear What has happened? First the demise of the toilet block some six or seven years ago, next introduction of season pitches (which in my opinion has completely ruined the look of the place) with un cut grass around the units. There are brown mud areas where people who reside on site on a three week on and two nights off basis, have had their units and awnings.The site now allows travellers, with their array of transits and other work vehicles in the car park. So time for the council and caravan club between them to decide the future of the site, is it to become a residential site, traveller's site or a caravan club site. Time will tell but we feel at this moment the site does not offer good value for money

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Pleasant, quiet site.

We booked in here at the last minute whilst crossing on the Santander/Portsmouth ferry, as we had a problem with our vehicle and had booked into a Worthing garage the next day. The site is large, and peaceful when we visited. We had plenty of choice of where to pitch. It was surrounded by tall trees so that it was only the next day that I realised that we were very close to Worthing. The facilities were clean and well maintained, however it was only after we had hit the "confirm booking" button that we realised that there wasn't a toilet or shower block. We have a portapotti but no shower, which was a shame as we were visiting relatives in the area and arrived feeling a little scruffy. We felt that the site was overpriced considering the lack of facilities and because of the lack of a toilet/shower block, we didn't stay the second night that we originally booked. There was a little hut full of interesting information about the area and if you have your own toilet and shower, you could find plenty to do within a short distance, and enjoy a spacious, peaceful and pleasant site.

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Basic but Value for money

Just spent a week here and have enjoyed it as I have on previous visits. It’s a lovely open site that doesn’t feel crowded. I know that there has been rumours about the future of this site for a few years, and it closure would be great loss. It’s a no thrills reasonably priced place to stay! It’s a great place to base yourself if you are like me and like to get out and stretch those legs. There are dog friendly beaches within a short drive, that are so long that you seem to never reach the end. Even on a hot weekend you do feel that everyone has gone elsewhere so that you can have it all to yourself. The site wardens are friendly and helpful. I can’t fault them at all. They always seem to be busy. There are plenty of service points around this site and you are only a few moments from one, the down side is that although there are plenty of bins that are regularly emptied, you have to take and recycling back to the main bins at reception. This does mean that some people don’t bother and throw everything into the normal waste. And for those that can’t make up, their minds as to hard standing or grass, why not try out one of the half grass and half gravel they have on trail here, there’s plenty to choose from. Yes some pitches are lacking in some basic maintenance
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A return visit

We were here with friends for a a short break of 4 nights, whilst there are no longer any facilities this was not a problem it doesn't matter where you pitch on this site you are not very far from a service point there are a total of 5. This is a big site and concidering this is a single couple site it is very well maitained. We found the wardens most polite and helpful.
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