Beautiful site, on a stream, among trees. Slightly tired buildings and some impressively old and tatty 1960s caravans, presumably privately owned and not for hire. Well worth a visit if only for the amusingly wordy rules and regs, as well as the many and various notices posted all over. These refer often to customers as idiots - driving in the park, diving in the pool, posting the wrong sort of rubbish in the wrong sort of bin, generally cluttering up the place and deliberately annoying the owner. All thoroughly amusing, but mainly on reflection - having only read the hysterical diatribe in the wonderfully overwritten rules on the road after leaving the site. It didn't take anything away from the experience, but if we had read the rules beforehand, it would have been tempting to have broken a few, just to see how close to Fawlty the management would have turned out to be. Not an overly hospitable set up but good value, and even better value if caught playing table football after dusk or not supervising the kids away from the kitchen, or generally standing out from the crowd. Highly recommended. Especially for those needing control over daily functions. Better for cleaner, less smelly loos, but I guess this was down to unruly pesky guests. Or idiots, as guests seem to be regarded here.
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