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Old 24-10-2011, 18:39
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thats cheap mate. our site charges 80 wether you have a caravan on site or not.
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Old 24-10-2011, 23:37
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2500 with early payment discount
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Old 27-10-2011, 21:04
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Our site fees are 1600 a year, and include gas, electric, water and rates. We're in Kent (Thanet)

Think they are a total bargain, but its a small privately owned site (basically 40 vans in the owners backyard), with no facilities at all (but the site is right next door to the village pub), and we're about a 5 min drive to the beach. TBH, though, that was exactly what we were looking for!

End of season drain down is 40, from a local plumber, arranged via the site owner.
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Old 28-10-2011, 11:55
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We pay 1800 for the season (Mar to Oct). This includes water and sewage. The only extra we pay is for gas. No electricity as we have solar panals, takes a bit of managing and if we get several dull days in a row the batteries get a bit low. We are having an extra battery fitted so we will have more storage. As we live about 200 miles away from our site, we stay for several weeks at a time, so having a bit more power stored up during the time we arn't there, will be useful. The site is right by the sea in Suffolk and is partially wooded - we live in the the wooded area, but luckily have good open view of the sun for the solar panals and for sunbathing on the deck!!
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We pay 1800 for the season (Mar to Oct). This includes water and sewage. The only extra we pay is for gas. No electricity as we have solar panals, takes a bit of managing and if we get several dull days in a row the batteries get a bit low. We are having an extra battery fitted so we will have more storage. As we live about 200 miles away from our site, we stay for several weeks at a time, so having a bit more power stored up during the time we arn't there, will be useful. The site is right by the sea in Suffolk and is partially wooded - we live in the the wooded area, but luckily have good open view of the sun for the solar panals and for sunbathing on the deck!!
Your site sounds great jodi. No wonder you stop weeks on end!
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Old 28-10-2011, 12:16
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Your site sounds great jodi. No wonder you stop weeks on end!
This retirement is great, its been one long holiday this year!!

We have been going to the Suffolk coast for the last 10 years, but it was only this year that we were able to get our own holiday home there. It took me ages to find out about the site and we just love it now that we finally have our own van with all our bits and bobs in it. Very sad to leave it this time knowing we can't go back until March.
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Any Sites near Exmouth below 3000 ?
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Old 11-04-2019, 07:37
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I hope somebody can help you with that Janet( Gingerlily ) but it’s a bit out of my range. Being based in South York’s and with a van on the East/North Yorks boundary, the South West of England is a land far away.
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Old 11-04-2019, 17:01
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If wood Farm isn't for you, try googling caravan parks in the Exmouth area and see what pops up. From there, you can make inquiries by telephone or by email. I would suggest that telephone calls may be more successful.

Good luck in your search.
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