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I've been coming to Kelling Heath ever since I was a small child at least one a year, absolutely love it. Unfortunately on this particular occasion standards seemed to have slipped. Why? A group of us (6 adults and a almost 2yr old) ate in...More
I used this site a few times last year so decided to stop off for the night.
The old sandy/grass touring pitches have had a lovely revamp with gravel standings now and fresh turf with boards.
The bar and restaurant area has had a revamp...More
Only stayed for 3 nights over Easter. But first impressions were great. The place is well laid out with at least three places to eat. Dogs are allowed in part of the restaurant which was lovely as don't like to leave them in the van...More
This used to be such a nice place but has really gone down hill. If you want a cosy drink in the pub part, you are likely to have a member of staff plonk a reserved sign in front of you on your table and...More
nice place to stay, highly recommended, great for walks, nature trails, dogs, bikes and getting your boots muddy. dont get there after dark though - NO SIGNS, we were lost for over an hour trying to find our chalet. nice little shop on site with...More
sorry we have not stayed in a lodge, but we have stayed in both Heron and Nightjar caravans. If the caravans are anything to go by then you are in for a great holiday. Hope the weather is kind for you also
At the bottom of the Heath people let dogs off the lead, however be careful, there are lots of adders in there, they may bite your dogs nose if it sniffs them, we were there in May and saw several. Well behaved dogs that... More
At the bottom of the Heath people let dogs off the lead, however be careful, there are lots of adders in there, they may bite your dogs nose if it sniffs them, we were there in May and saw several. Well behaved dogs that stay on the path are ok, be careful , by the way the snakes are fine if they are left alone.