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Reviews for Golden Grove Caravan Park

Reviewer: Happy Camper

Rating: 5/5

We have stayed at this quiet and lovely site twice this year and have had perfect breaks.

Cannot say enough about the friendliness of the owner and the care that is taken to provide a nice site with good and clean facilities.

We will certainly be going back again.

Source: Camping and Caravanning Club

Reviewers: Tim & Angela

Rating: 5/5

Everything said in the other reviews is accurate.

Louise has provided an excellent set of amenities that other LS sites could learn from.

All pitches face south and are well sheltered.

There is a small log cabin with some essentials for sale via an "honesty box" and some items to borrow if you are like me and always forget something. This even includes a dinner service!! There is also a small library.

The village has a great Tea & Cake shop, The White Hart, which also serves Ales & Wine and light lunches. Although dogs are not allowed inside due to licensing restrictions, they are made most welcome in the garden.

reat Saling (pronounced Sayling by the locals) is next to a former WW2 USAAF airfield some of which is still intact and well worth the visit.

We loved this site and will make it a regular visit.

Source: Camping and Caravanning Club

Reviewer: Pat

Rating: 5/5

Golden Grove is a lovely site, small and friendly. Louise makes you very welcome, giving you plenty of information about what to do locally, where to eat, where to walk.

The pitches are spacious and overlook a field of Jacob sheep. It's very peaceful.

There are picnic tables around the site and even a barbecue. I spent one sunny afternoon sketching and painting whilst sitting at one of the tables. I was joined by another camper - and Louise when she saw us came over to admire our artwork. It really felt as if we were holidaying with family.

Excellent site - and we'll be back.

Source: Camping and Caravanning Club

Reviewer: Skyra13

Rating: 10/10

Just arrived back from a lovely bank holiday weekend at Golden Grove.

Facilities are basic but always clean only toilet on site no showers but not a problem for a weekend stay.

Separate sink inside for washing up in room next to toilet and things to buy in case you have forgot anything like tent pegs and local maps of the area.

Fresh water facilities along with waste facilities and bin area all good and well maintained.

We were the only people with a tent along with a full site of camper vans/caravans, so we had the whole grass pitch just for us, The grass pitch could benefit from EHU but we enjoyed no electric it did get a little chilly in the night from all the rain, but what do you expect from UK weather.

This was our first camping trip close to home, it is adults only so was nice and quiet.

Source: UKCampsite.co.uk

Reviewer: Scats.miller

Rating: 10/10

Like everyone else who reviewed this site, is a very nice small plot for 9 caravans only, so very friendly and good fun too. A lot of thought has gone into the facilities, books to borrow or buy, things you might have forgotten like tent pegs or dog food. Even a battery charger to lend! Immaculately kept both loo and washing up facility with easy chairs to sit in whilst perusing all the leaflets on offer.

Great field in front of the pitches with Jacob Sheep safely grazing behind a fence. Lots of birds and other wild life too. Great Saling fete on while we were there and we also had the joy of Picotts Lane being resurfaced at the one end we all entered but it all added to the fun!

Source: UKCampsite.co.uk

Reviewer: Helen12212

Rating: 10/10

What a great adult only site !

There are no showers but did not bother us in the slightest. There is a toilet and washroom with washing machine that is spotless all the time.

It is so peaceful and quiet, perfect for a relaxing weekend break There is a dog walk just outside the site and the 2 sisters that manage the site are very helpful, and willing to answer any questions if you have any.

A really nice touch is the 'help yourself to the herbs' garden. Would definitely go back again.

Source: UKCampsite.co.uk

Reviewer: Lincspara

Rating: 10/10

We have stayed at Golden Grove on a number of occasions when working in the area. It is very handy for family that live locally.

All the pitches are hard standing and level. Lots of water points and hook ups. The site is lovely and quiet and very relaxed.

Louise is very accommodating and nothing is too much trouble.

Pitches are very generous, with lots of room for an awning and car parking. Lots of local walks for dogs. The site is very dog friendly.

We like the location but you will need transport/bike for shops and pubs etc. I would thoroughly recommend the site. If your pitching an awning, make sure you bring your rock pegs!

The one off pitch fee makes it very simple. Toilet kept spotless. Local information on site with a small washing machine but no dryer. Overall, great!

Source: UKCampsite.co.uk

Reviewer: Fudge88

Rating: 10/10

Had a lovely weekend here at Golden Grove, clean and well kept site.

Rare breed sheep were lovely to watch, grazing the large field within the site.

Nice wash up area with lots of extra touches.

Very clean toilet, recycling area all tidy with clear guidance where to put it all.

Had a walk to Andrewsfield Aerodrome had a drink and watched the small planes land and take off.

Site run well by Louise and sister both helpful, friendly.

Hope to fit in another weekend soon

Source: UKCampsite.co.uk

Reviewer: Sarahfostxy

Rating: 10/10

"We spent 9 nights here. The pitches are huge and kept very tidy. The whole site is quiet and clean and well looked after.

The lovely lady who owns it was very welcoming and helpful.

The toilets were always clean and it was nice to know there was a washing machine on site if we needed it.

Had a brilliant time with the dogs as plenty of fields to walk over.

Was good value for money at £15 a night and no extra cost for the dogs or awning.

Will definitely stay again!"

Source: UKCampsite.co.uk