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Reviews of Rudding Parks, Cottages & Lodges, Follifoot

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Review by miss c bell on 12th April, 2010

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just arrived back from rudding park with a tent arrived booked in at reception staff very friendly left a deposit of £5 for barrier pass refundable on departure told to drive round to an holding area where we would meet the warden who would show us to our pitch we waited for about 20mins no one turned up went back to reception and told them who then contacted the warden who then eventually arrived to show us to our pitch I think the pitches are too close together showers and toilet blocks ok washig pot area no hot water lack of recycling shop stocked essentials sainsburys supermarket 5-10mins away some litter lying around and also beware of flying ducks otherwise you get mess on as I found out myself personally harrogate and knaresborough and dales within easy reach. I would go back miss c bell

Date visited: april 2010

Review by Kellyanne Blackburn on 16th October, 2007

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we have been camping almost every weekend since july and this is the first time i have wanted to write a review of any campsite we have stayed at. we were the only mugs on the site with a tent and we had a lovely pitch, close to both toilet blocks and the pub, i couldn't fault the cleanliness of the toilets and showers. all the staff were very friendly as were our fellow campers and the atmosphere in the pub on the saturday night was fantastic (although this might have had something to do with england beating france at the rugby!!). the kids loved feeding the ducks and they liked this site even better than haven sites which suits us down to the ground as we spent a LOT less money here than at haven sites. all in all its a beautiful site close to harrogate, ripon, york etc. and i would recommend it to anybody. we didn't want to come home and we will definitely be going back.

Date visited: october 2007

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