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The location was great, very scenic, with great views of the ocean. Fairly simple to get down to the beach and quite a few options for walks. There were independent food trucks most nights, and a coffee truck in the morning (unfortunately the curry wasn't...More
we stayed at Grange Farm camping site with our three grandchildren. There are various animals, goats, chicken, alpacas and kunekune pigs. Beautiful views, short walk to the beach. The camp site is owned and run by a local family and nothing is too much bother...More
A lovely site which seemed ever so friendly, where all the fellow campers around us were chatting. The main toilet block was in excellent condition and cleaned regularly. The smaller blocks were ok for when you were caught short at night.
The shop served a...More
Really nice site with plenty of room for the kids to run around and play in the park for hours.
Nice beech’s all around the island all with a short driving distance of 15mins to 25mins.
We will happily visit again.
Stayed here with another family near the start of the school holidays. We booked maxi pitches and arrived on the day of a storm so were unable to pitch due to the wind. Luckily we managed to secure two pods which made for an adventure...More
Response from Williamtje | Reviewed this property |
The camping is well away from any cliff edge .... and then there is a road walk down of about 20 metres to another ledge where they put the static caravans .... then another smaller slope to the beach. The fact that the site... More
The camping is well away from any cliff edge .... and then there is a road walk down of about 20 metres to another ledge where they put the static caravans .... then another smaller slope to the beach. The fact that the site is in a Chine means that it is a natural valley with stream running down to the sea ... and cutting throug the cliffs that ar a half mile away on the sides and much more substantial
We were with grandchildren ... 5 and 7 year old loonies .... and never had worries about this matter
Hopefully tripadvisor will publish a couple of my photos that will show some of what I have said