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Reviews of Hawkswick Cote Caravan Park, Arncliffe

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Review by Mrs L Fletcher on 17th September, 2007

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This is a lovely site. The area is beautiful with some great walks straight off the site. The only downfall for us was the price, £22/night for motorhome, two adults and a dog, (The caravan club site nearby, full at the time, being only £15!) The site is very clean and tidy but for £22/night I would expect the use of the hairdryer without a 20p charge!!

Date visited: 10.09.07

Review by June on 16th September, 2006

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What a wonderful clean and friendly site this is, we went in march with our tourer and got snowed in, we loved every minute of it, so did our dog. The site wardens are great, cannot do enough to help and are always willing to give advice if asked for. we have been going now for about 5 years with both tents and tourers and cannot get enough of the place, it is really well laid out and the views are really astounding, well worth the trip. We need our fix at least once a year, what a marvelous well run site. Full credit to Helen and Ted the site is always spotless and the grass is always like a bowling green, what a wonderful place to chill out!

Date visited: March 06

Review by becky on 13th July, 2006

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this campsite is excellent!!!!! there is a park for children a basic shop and the toilets and showers are very clean.... i really enjoyed my is also quite cheap!!!! i recomend the campsites to all famalies there is a river just down the lane which is superb for yougsters to paddle in and have fun there a some walks close to the campsite as well and the camsite is on route for the grassington to malham walk this is a excellent campsite with lovely surrounds its super for all ages

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