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Posted by: John | September 13, 2008

Wyatts Covert Caravan Club Site

Wyatts Covert
Caravan Club Site
Tilehouse Lane
Denham
Uxbridge
UB9 5DH
England

Telephone – 01895 832729

GPS co-ordinates
Latitude: 51.5934, Longitude: -0.50826

Very conveniently placed not far from both the M25 and M40, but surprisingly green, and screened by good trees. London is only eighteen miles away, and you can reach it by train from Denham Green into Marylebone. If the capital is not for you, visit Windsor for the lovely castle looking almost unreal above the town and valley, and Savill Garden in the Great Park. Also within easy reach is Beaconsfield for the Bekonscot Model Village, Runnymede for its Magna Carta associations, or even Oxford with all the architectural splendours of the colleges. Don’t ignore the Thames – you can enjoy small towns like Marlow and Henley for river trips. For quieter pursuits, visit Cliveden, once the home of the Astors, or West Wycombe Park, both now looked after by the National Trust and for walkers, Denham Country Park, and the Grand Union Canal towpath offers hours of easy exercise.

Important Information
No outfits over 28ft due to access.
Some noise can be expected from the adjacent airfield.

Posted by: John | September 13, 2008

Breakspear Way Caravan Club Site

Breakspear Way
Caravan Club Site
Buncefield Lane
Breakspear Way
Hemel Hempstead
HP2 4TZ
England

Telephone – 01442 268466

GPS co-ordinates
Latitude: 51.75685, Longitude: -0.42823

The site is a green oasis screened from the surrounding countryside by trees, yet within a mile of the M1; ideally situated to use as a base to explore London. Buses to Victoria pass the site, or take the train from Hemel, or the tube from Stanmore. Nearer to home the town offers a playground, bowling green and crazy golf. Within 2 miles there’s a dry ski slope and a comprehensive leisure complex which boasts a waterworld of flumes and rides, an ice rink with a volcano, a cinema complex, ten pin and indoor bowling and two nightclubs. The historic old town centre holds a general market on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays as well as a craft market on Monday and antiques on Wednesday.

Important Information
Access to the site can sometimes be difficult for larger outfits (33 ft or longer) – please contact the site for advice. There is no longer a toilet block on site There is no Late Night Arrivals Area on this site. Latest arrival is 8pm.

Please note that this site has NO Toilet Block.

Posted by: John | September 13, 2008

Black Horse Farm Caravan Club Site

Black Horse Farm
Caravan Club Site
385 Canterbury Rd
Densole
Folkestone
CT18 7BG
England

Telephone – 01303 892665

GPS co-ordinates
Latitude: 51.13241, Longitude: 1.15791
Set in the heart of farming country in the Kentish village of Densole on the Downs. This is a quiet and relaxed country site, ideally suited for families wishing to visit the many interesting local attractions including the historic city of Canterbury. For nature lovers there are many walks along the excellent system of footpaths in the area. Folkestone and Dover are on the doorstep and for members wishing to make a one-night stop en route to or from the continent there is a dedicated short stay area.
Important Information
If you are catching a ferry or train please go back to the Special Request Box on the Caravan Club site booking facility and enter your departure time from Dover, Calais or Dunkirk. If NO ferry pitch is available please do not select Standard With Awning, please ring the site. All ferry and train bookings must contact the site to make payment within 24 hours of booking. Only return ferry or train traffic can be pitched after 8pm, please find pitching instructions in the glass cabinet on the left of the reception door. This site does not have a Late Night Arrivals area. Outfits cannot remain hitched up as there is not enough room to facilitate this.
Posted by: John | September 13, 2008

Bearsted Caravan Club Site

Bearsted Caravan Club Site
Ashford Road
Hollingbourne
Maidstone
ME17 1XH
England

Telephone – 01622 730018

GPS co-ordinates
Latitude: 51.263979, Longitude: 0.601975
The site gently slopes towards the open perimeter grounds of Leeds Castle. Surrounded by fields, one of which is a horse paddock and slightly set back from the main road, this site offers an ideal peaceful stop off point en route to the ferry ports. In addition, this Site is centrally located to explore the beautiful countryside of Kent – the Garden of England – and its various tourist attractions: Leeds Castle, the historic town of Maidstone and the North Kent coastline seaside towns of Whitstable & Margate.
Posted by: John | September 13, 2008

Ashridge Farm Caravan Club Site

Ashridge Farm
Caravan Club Site
Ashwell Street
Ashwell
Baldock
SG7 5QF
England

Telephone – 01462 742527

GPS co-ordinates
Latitude: -0.20212, Longitude: -0.14163
Within a few miles of the A1, this small and pretty site with its many trees and shrubs is a perfect place to relax and unwind. Walk out of the site one way to the beautiful and historic village of Ashwell to discover the 14thC church and 15thC cottages, good local pubs and village shops. The local country lanes are perfect for cycling. In the other direction, follow the network of footpaths which punctuate the lovely, gently undulating countryside, which is also perfect for cycling. A short drive away is the university city of Cambridge and the first garden city of Letchworth. You could also visit the historic town of Baldock and market town of Hitchin. Further afield, the charming town of Saffron Walden is well worth exploring.
Posted by: John | September 13, 2008

Amberley Fields Caravan Club Site

Amberley Fields
Caravan Club Site
Charlwood Rd
Lowfield Heath
Crawley
RH11 0QA
England

Telephone – 01293 524834

GPS co-ordinates
Latitude: 51.14319, Longitude: -0.20212
There are only a small number of touring pitches on this mainly storage and base pitch site, and they are marvellous for the plane spotter, as they’re alongside the Gatwick runway! The touring pitches are pleasantly placed and as the site is not far from the A23 it can be used as a base for exploring this part of West Sussex, or for taking a trip to London, only half an hour by rail from Gatwick. Travelling south you can readily reach Brighton for the sea and nearby Crawley offers a comprehensive shopping centre.
Posted by: John | September 13, 2008

Alderstead Heath Caravan Club Site

Alderstead Heath
Caravan Club Site
Dean Lane
Merstham
Redhill
RH1 3AH
England

Telephone – 01737 644629

GPS co-ordinates
Latitude: 51.2832, Longitude: -0.13888
Alderstead Heath has a picturesque setting and is ideal for a relaxing break. Surrounded by rolling wooded countryside and several golf courses, all pitches are level. Situated on the Pilgrims Way, there are many walks across the North Downs to enjoy. Its proximity to London makes this an obvious and delightful base to explore the capital (20 minutes from Redhill). It’s also an ideal base for exploring much of Sussex, Kent and Surrey. Day trips to choose from include family theme parks, National Trust properties such as Chartwell, gardens and several racecourses – all within easy driving distance. Denbies Wine Estate at Dorking is both informative and fun for all the family.
Posted by: John | September 13, 2008

Abbey Wood Caravan Club Site

Abbey Wood
Caravan Club Site
Federation Rd
Abbey Wood
London
SE2 0LS
England

Telephone – 020 8311 7708

GPS co-ordinates
Latitude: 51.48635, Longitude: 0.11971
 
A CARAVAN CLUB GOLDEN JUBILEE SITE. It feels positively rural when you reach this verdant, gently sloping, secure site with its mature tree screening and spacious grounds. Good railway connections (35 mins) into Central London’s attractions are within walking distance of the site. As an alternative to the busy city centre, nearby Greenwich offers its own blend of fascinating attractions. River cruises operate to the Thames Barrier and between St Paul’s, Tower Bridge, the Tower of London and Greenwich, Hampton Court & Kew. Open all year, this is a busy site, popular with European visitors during the summer months.  However, there are good reasons to visit Abbey Wood throughout the year: the Christmas lights, January sales shopping, London Marathon, Excel Centre and the Chelsea Flower Show.
Important Information
If you arrive after 8pm you will have to stay in the Late Night Arrivals Area overnight. The Late Night Arrivals Area does have electric hook up and toilet facilities. Please note: Wireless internet access is now available on site. Cards may be purchased from the site office.
Motorhome owners are advised to look at the following website http://www.tfl.gov.uk/lezlondon or call 0845 607 0009 before travelling to the site.
Posted by: John | August 27, 2008

Atherstone Stables (CL) Warwickshire

Mrs V Garland
Atherstone Stables
Atherstone Road
Witherley
Atherstone
England

Telephone – 01827 712367 (m) 07751 801508

Atherstone Stables Caravan Site is situated in a peaceful rural setting, with horses and cattle in the neighbouring fields, and the River Sense close by offering fishing along its banks.

Footpaths lead along the river bank and across the fields to the pretty village of Ratcliffe Culey and The Gate pub.

This CL 5-van site has electric hook-ups, hard standing and water in the field, with showers (pay showers) and toilets available in the stable block nearby. It is surrounded by beautiful countryside, and is within easy reach of a variety of tourist attractions.

The site is not very suitable for young children, as we have no childrens facilities.

An electric access gate ensures privacy and security. hard standing pitches available.

Keen fishermen can enjoy river fishing on the River Sense at the campsite, and also lake fishing at nearby Sheepy Magna, where there is an attractive restaurant with patio overlooking the lake.

There are plenty of other attractions in the area around the historical town of Atherstone. A pleasant part day could be spent browsing the shops and admiring the medieval architecture of the Market Square.
 
Nearby atrractions:

Twycross Zoo
Shackerstone Steam Railway
Bosworth Battle Field
Bosworth Water Park
Drayton Manor Park
Tamworth Snow Dome
The Belfry Golf Course
National Exhibition Centre
National Space Centre

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