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think i e chose the wrong campsite to go to any recomendaitions

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babyjjbaby Sun 13-Jul-08 20:36:30

have chosen to go to three cliffs bay holiday park next sunday fro 3 nights in wales but am a bit worried that it is no ggod for us as it might be to hard to walk down the cliff to the beach me and my ma are disabled a bit with walking disabilitys and the baby is in a buggy so i am looking for a campsite by the beach and easy to walk to and what takes dogs and preferbly somewhere whoich is'nt to built up but am open to suggestions please help it is our only holiday of this year and i don't want it to be ruined by being on the wrong site or has anyone stayed at three cliffs bay if so what are ur thpughts ythanks

babyjjbaby Sun 13-Jul-08 20:43:12

forgot to say doesn' ve to be wales can be devon dorset weymoth them sort of areas aswell grin

Jeb28 Wed 16-Jul-08 13:46:36

I haven't stayed at three Cliffs but camped at Hillend on Llangennith beach a bit further down the Gower last year and thought it was a great site, very friendly with playground for the kids and cafe and shop with very easy access to the beach, we're going again this August, it does get very busy though and you can't book I don't think and not sure about dogs either.

Another great campsite we've stayed was North Morte Hoe Farm in North Devon with lovely sea views overlooking the island of Lundy, it's just next door to Woolacombe which has a fabulous beach, there is access to a little beach from the campsite, but very steep but you could easily drive to Woolacombe beach.

sallystrawberry Wed 16-Jul-08 14:06:22

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babyjjbaby Thu 17-Jul-08 08:54:21

thanks we have decided to go to newberry valley in combe martin has anyone been grin

Jeb28 Wed 30-Jul-08 13:50:57

No you can't book Hillend, we went a few days before the August bank holiday weekend last year and got 2 nice pitches easily, but it did get completely full over the actual weekend.

Janbo25 Fri 01-Aug-08 20:46:22

East Fleet in Weymouth is a lovely site

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