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Reviews of Cote Ghyll Caravan & Camping Park, Osmotherley

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Review by katie on 7th August, 2009

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first i will start by saying the carvan park is lovely the showers are nice and hot toliets are clean good walks for dogs if the weathers nice if the weather is raining it can get very muddy the only two problems were that there's no dog waste bins and if u were sleeping in a tent more at the front of the park you wouldnt get much sleep becuase there is a very noise stream. So i would reccoment to book your place early not late they seem to put the tents and a lot of children near there. but apart from that it was a great relaxing holiday i hate a good sunny week!

Date visited: sunday 2nd of august

Review by Jane Hood on 23rd August, 2008

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Let me start by saying, Osmotherley is a lovley village and the Campsite is set in a lovley valley with some great walks.Toilets were clean and play park great for kids. However, when we arrived both my family and my brothers family were given pitch numbers which were doubled booked, so they had to put us both on the same pitch as we had requested to be next to each other. We were told we could have another pitch to use which we parked the cars on to give us more room, however then were told to move our cars as they had sold on that plot as we not camping on there (which we had paid for) Our stay was supposed to be for 3 nights, however was cut short due to our car being broken into on the campsite over night and everything including all clothes, money, kids games including 2 ipods,PSP,mobile phones etc were stolen. After the warden informed the owners at 7.15 we were told we couldn't go and see them until they opened at 9am. They made no attempt to help us and we felt completley on our own, although the Police were supportive and very helpful looking round the campsite. Our ordeal meant we had no money or colthes and with 2 kids had to pack up our tent and leave for home, before leaving i asked if we could have our money returned to us for the 3rd night we couldn't stay for (baring in mind they had already put someone on our pitch we didn't use and we had no money at all) the owners refused and simply said " we don't do refunds". I appreciate that these things happen and that we have been unlucky, however after having such a terrible thing happen and to be treat so badly by the owners i'm afraid i won't be returning to Cote Ghyll and will def not recommend to anyone either.

Date visited: 20/8/08 - 22/8/08

Review by Mr Dis Satisfied on 5th November, 2007

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Visited about six sites in the area in early November. Were greeted with courtesy at all of them whether open or closed apart from this one! Site was closed but proprietors were extremely rude. When a request for a brochure was made by my wife she was shouted at and we were told to leave the premises. What a way to welcome potential customers! I have been in business for 45 years and never spoken to a customer in such a rude arrogant way. My wife and I would not patronise this site if it was the last on earth!

Date visited: 4.11.07

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