Woodovis

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Reviews of Woodovis Park, Tavistock

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Review by Amanda Joseph on 22nd February, 2007

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I had to write a review here! Of all the camping sites we have stayed on this was the friendliest and cleanest ever. Lovely warm clean showers, never over crowded. We were in the lower end of the Tamar View Field the ground was superb, very very well maintained the moment someone left the owners were out on their grass cutter and raking the ground ready for the next visitors. Great to get up and go for a swim. The washing up facilities were always clean too, and the extra picnic tables were very useful when cooking! The freshly baked bread was a treat indeed and there was a nice pub (turn left out of the camp site and walk for about 5-10 minutes) where we had the best steak puddings ever too. This was one of our most happy times at this campsite. Thank you to you all, very very fond memories.

Date visited: August 2005

Review by NIGEL BROCKETT on 21st September, 2006

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This was the best site I have stayed at for a very long time. The owners and on site staff were always cheerfull and helpfull. The site is kept imacculately clean. This really is a plece that you can go to and enjoy the experience of just being there. The quiet is deafening. The layout of the site is perfect for Motorhomers being able to clean out grey and black water and then refill with drinking water all easily and without trouble. THERE IS EVEN A WASH HAND BASIN, SOAP AND A TOWEL AT THE ESLAN POINT. what more could you ask.

Date visited: 14/15/16 Sept 2006

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