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Reviewed 26 March 2018 via mobile

Hi. We stayed in one of their pods last weekend and had a fantastic relaxing stay.
The man on reception (I think his name was Pete) was wonderful.
He was warm and friendly and very informative. If you needed any information on the site and the surrounding area this was the man to see. He even lent us a map so we could go walking.
The pods are lovely with a twin socket and heater. There's also a table lamp and we were toasty inside.
The toilets and shower block were amazing. I've been to worse in 4 star hotels. You can also wash your pots etc outside at the sinks.
The views are beautiful and it's so quiet.
There is 1 taxi driver , yes 1 taxi driver in the area so booking early or even before your stay is recommended to avoid disappointment. We walked most of the time but bishops castle is 4.5 miles each way which is £10 each way.
We will be returning to enjoy this campsite again. Thank you.

Stayed: March 2018, travelled as a couple
Thank Jon H
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Reviewed 22 February 2018 via mobile

We love this campsite owned and run by the Bell family. We appreciate that it is for adults only as we came during half term and wanted peace and quiet. Unlike many others they do not charge a premium price during half term.
The pitches have hard standing (gravel) and water and electricity- some have drainage and TV points.
The hillside location provides splendid views to the South and the sun bathes the campsite.
The ablution blocks are small but well maintained with nice touches like flowers in the washrooms. This is “rustic” rather than “corporate “ camping and all the better for it.
We have explored the lead mining villages of White Grit and Preist Weston by bike, and we hiked up Corndon Hill. We also walked to Bishop’s Castle for lunch. Daisy Bank is ideal for exploring the Marches.

Stayed: February 2018, travelled as a couple
1  Thank penarthguy
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Reviewed 4 October 2017

This a lovely quiet adults only caravan site. We booked two nights, and brought our caravan & two dogs with us. The view from the site was beautiful and it was exceptionally quiet. There is an enclosed dog walk, each pitch has its own water and electricity, and some even have a TV connection. We didn't have a TV point, but the picture was perfect anyway. The toilets were very clean (I didn't need to use the shower facilities, so I can't comment on those). There is a barrier at the entrance which offers some security. a free pitch and put course, and homemade cakes etc. available on an honesty basis from reception.

All in all we had a lovely fuss free stay, everyone was very friendly, and we'll definitely be back - it's made it onto our "Repeat visit"list!

Stayed: September 2017, travelled as a couple
Thank Maxine W
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Reviewed 25 September 2017 via mobile

Me and my wife went to daisy bank on Friday 22 for a night. And was quite disappointed it could be a really lovely site if it had some money put back it to it it's quite rundown, the toilet and shower blocks need a lot of work and a lot of the pitches have weeds growing through the hard standing witch makes it look really untidy . lot of the electric hook up points need updating but all said and done it's a lovely quiet little site.

Stayed: September 2017, travelled as a couple
Thank Steven W
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Reviewed 9 September 2017

We first came to this site Easter 2016 and this is our third visit with our Caravan.
The owners are very friendly and helpful.
We love the peace and quiet and like visiting National trust in Powys and Shrewsbury.
We are staying this weekend (8th to 10th) and because we paid £20 to join their membership scheme on our last visit, we can leave the Caravan here and come back next weekend. Dog friendly as well.
We shall be returning.

Stayed: September 2017, travelled as a couple
Thank Johnswife1806
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