Steamer Quay Caravan Club Site

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Ideal location

We stayed here on 8th June for two nights, and received a nice welcome. The location is incredibly convenient for Totnes and the castle and the quayside is a stone's throw away, with boat trips to Dartmouth. The River Dart and Dartmouth is a must-see. We did the 'Round Robin', ticket purchased at the quayside kiosk. All facilities at the campsite were clean and it was peaceful, although no EHU available at this site.
Motorhomer from East Sussex

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Fab location...

First time for us at this site and we loved it, the wardens work hard and are so friendly, the site its self is a right sun trap as it was hot all week, we loved the town with everything you could ask for and just over the bridge just a short walk, the wardens keep members informed what going on in the area chalked up on the black board near the reception, talking to a few lovely people and they said that some people have bee coming for over 30 years, we found the toilets to be very clean and couldn't fault them, nice showers etc, the site has no hook ups but didn't find it a problem as our small solar panel kept the battery topped up, there is so much to do and see in this area a week is not long enough..local buses take you everywhere and can be boarded in town ....we had a fab week and will be sure to return......
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Great location

We brought kayaks with us and location is brilliant, literally across the road and the steps are conveniently situated on the river, did the Round Robin (train, bus and boat) well worth it, bit pricey but good day out. Campsite facilities pretty good, pitch 27 & 28 probably the smallest on site but ok for small van - will definitely be going back, owners very friendly.
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Another excellent stay

Our third visit this year to Steamer Quay the staff as always are friendly & welcoming. It’s a great location with lots to do in the area. We will be back soon.

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Suits us a treat

Whilst this site is not all singing, all dancing like some other sites, it has everything to make for a great stay. The location is superb, so close to the town centre and all it's amenities. There are excellent bus services to take you to other local towns such as Torquay and Dartmouth and for motorhome owners this is great. The facilities are basic but very clean and functional and the site is kept very well. No problem with not having a hook-up if you have a decent solar panel. We will be back again later in the year.
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Don't bother if "it rained last night" and the 3 hardstanding pitches are occupied; you'll likely be turned away

Despite receiving a warm welcome whenever I've stayed on this site countless times over the past few years, I had the unfortunate experience of being turned away by a "jobsworth" type (stand in) warden. He rudely "welcomed" me by demanding to know the length of my motorhome. I told him it's an i800qd and so assumed it was 8m. He wouldn't accept this and insisted on checking "the computer", which told him an i800qd (current model presumably) was in fact 8.2m long. This news seemed to bring great satisfaction and he told me I couldn't stay as there is an 8m limit on the site and that it had been raining and I would "churn up the grass". I explained it has never been an issue before and that I always park on boards if on grass but to no avail. Beware

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Quiet, well run well located

This site is perfectly situated for motorhomes as everything you need is a stroll away. Totnes town is across the bridge, the ferry to Dartmouth is 100 yards away, there is a bus stop there as well, and there are numerous walks that you can take. Totnes as a town has everything you need, from markets, to craft shops to a supermarket. The pub across the river, Dartmouth Inn serves a brilliant carvery and has other meals on daily specials. The wardens are so helpful and friendly with advice, and they keep the site immaculate. OK, there is no wifi really, and no electricity, but it is still a brilliant site. We will return.
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Very enjoyable stay at Steamer Quay

We have just spent a very enjoyable 7 days at Steamer Quay site. The wardens are very friendly and keep the site in first class condition and always happy to help. Yes the toilet block is dated but kept clean and tidy. The walk into Totnes takes less than 5 minutes and is full of independent shops selling almost everything you may need. Morrison’s is always available and again a 5 minute walk. The ferry to Dartmouth is a must and also walk up the Dart to Dartington. If you have a solar panel no EHU is no problem.

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A Little Gem

What a nice welcome, the site staff were very helpful, accommodating and pleasant. The site is a little gem, very quiet, close to town and easy to access. The facilities are getting on in years now but the staff keep them as spotless as an old building can be. Our stay was a pleasure as always, the site is well placed for walks, train rides and boat excursions what more can you ask :-)

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Lovely riverside location

Perfectly located for the Devon town of totnes this site is ideal for those who like to enjoy a stroll along the riverside. An ideal quieter location for visiting nearby Torquay, Paignton and Dartmouth, via a river cruise, there is plenty on offer for both a couple, or, larger families, if your willing to travel from the site. Whilst the site is well maintained, and the staff are friendly and welcoming, the facilities are minimal which is a shame given the lack of club choices in the area.
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