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campsite with club urgently needed!!

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carmenelectra Mon 10-Aug-09 14:29:42

hello, we are quite regular campers but are looking for a site with a clubhouse(Haven style!!) or second choice, a child friendly pub with beer garden.

We like to go out on the evening rather than stay by the tent, so no quiet, in the middle of Nowhere sites, unless has great facilites.

needs to be within a 40-50 mile radius of the Midlands. Please help quick as i want to book!!

carmenelectra Mon 10-Aug-09 14:42:51

Anyone please, surely i cant be only one who likes some evening entertainment!!

carmenelectra Mon 10-Aug-09 16:17:53

Thanks everyone, obviously not the type of campsite that mumsnet would use.grin

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carmenelectra Mon 10-Aug-09 16:38:44

Thanks ive looked on ukcampsites, think Devon might be a bit far(?)depends what part and Not sure bout Brecon as think that may be bit far for short trip

Nicnocknoo Mon 10-Aug-09 21:21:38

Have just come back from a long weekend here www.hoburne.com/cotswold_main.asp
Has evening entertainment and loads to do on site including indoor and outdoor swimming pools.
Definitely recommend it!

Goober Mon 10-Aug-09 22:09:17

Park Resorts have some.

PeachyLaPeche Wed 12-Aug-09 18:25:30

Broadway house in CHeddar? Not 40 miles but very simple dash down the motorway

Not quite haven but pool, fun entertainment (and I do mean fun, not OTT LOL) etc

PeachyLaPeche Wed 12-Aug-09 18:26:01

(Oh and the best kids adventure aprk I have encountred anywhere ever)

carmenelectra Wed 12-Aug-09 22:01:15

peachy we have been to Cheddar and Broadway many times and we love it.i was only joking about the Haven! Just like to have a clubhouse.

wE usually go every yr except for the past couple cos the weather has been so bad.

Still think its a bit far though and it will easily take us a couple of hrs, plus i suspect they will be fully booked way in advance.

I wish i was going there though and Cheddar is so nice and picturesquesad

PeachyLaPeche Thu 13-Aug-09 09:56:14

They've been bought out by Darwin Holidays haven't they? Our good friend used to do the entertainment there (you probably met him) and he said they were ploughing in the cash, but we didn't go this year. Fancied a year out (DH used to run mouse rafcing events there when we met, odd LOL)

Hmmm, where else? There's one in the FoD we got a leaflet for a week ago with pub etc- will dig out name.

PeachyLaPeche Thu 13-Aug-09 09:57:44

Whitemead Forest park. Also fairly easy run for you

MrsGokWantsalargeglassofwine Thu 13-Aug-09 11:32:11

We're going to spend 2 nights at this place later this month

Croft Farm

Is that any good?

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