There’s a secure car park on site and amenities are bang up to date with refurbished shower blocks with free hot showers, a washing up area and separate toilet blocks for the guys and the gals. The kids will be kept busy with the play area – in between pestering the parents for sweets from the on-site shop, that is.
Dogs Dogs must be kept on leads and supervised at all times.
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Surrounded by woodland, the pretty village of Revesby was once the home of the celebrated naturalist, Sir Joseph Banks..
Foodwise, the park shop sells local produce and there’s a farmers’ market nearby as well as a general shop in Old Leake village. The nearest pub, The Bricklayers Arms, is family-friendly and a ten minute walk down the lanes for real ale and top pub grub in front of the fire in colder months or in the beer garden under the sun.
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We booked for a few days camping. Then we saw some worrying reviews related to the site being used for housing kigrant workers. We emailed the owners to ask a few questions to clarify. No response. After seeing a few more negative reviews, we decided to cancel and emailed them to let them know. No response. We havent heard from them at all.
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A small market town in the middle of a famous bulb growing region, there is a cluster of small streets and a central main street where the dominant feature is the church of All Saints...
On arrival the site manager mentioned that the toilet block needed an upgrade, (this was included in the booking form so we were given plenty of warning so I will not negatively comment). Sure it needs upgrading, but it was clean and there was always plenty of hot water available. Despite booking last minute all efforts were made to accommodate our requests. The site itself is tidy and well kept and the locality is fantastic. I would be happy to return for a nice quiet break.
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However, where the pitch or accommodation occupancy allows it, you can now make a booking for up to 30 adults and 30 children on one pitch.
Facilities needed updating/ repair maintenance but I have stayed in worse. Bit of road noise but park was quiet at night. No freezer for ice packs or dryer for washing. A better playground would be a bonus.
You can find us in Old Leake on Shaw Lane, just off the main A52 (Skegness road), approximately 8 miles from Boston and 15 miles from Skegness.
Owners very friendly,would stand chatting to you,had a huge storm one night,was offered quilts to any whos bedding had gotten wet or were cold.very small,quiet site,basic ameneties but what there was was clean,there is swings and football goal for the kids to play,my kids went to play on the swings but didn't stay on them as there was a funny smell near them (nitpicking but really is the only thing i can think off that wasn't spot on!)Would not hesitate about reusing this site.
Ingoldmells offers an exciting traditional sea-side holiday, it has a good beach which is safe for bathing, and in the hinterland there is a great choice of caravan and camping parks for families...
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Easy located, friendly staff, clean facilities, we was on a level pitch. You could turn up and leave when ever you like.
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Also for determined shoppers, the market at Ingoldmells is open seven days a week, with car boots sales on most days during the summer to bag that Antiques-Roadshow-worthy bargain.
Large tents/caravans: check the restrictions on unit dimensions to ensure your unit is suitable for the space you will be provided with.
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Strictly cash only. There is a cash point in the local village. If you wish to pay by cheque, this must be received at least 4/6 before arrival.
Visitors who wish they could fly can check out the Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Museum, based on a 1940s RAF Lancaster Bomber airfield; aviation enthusiasts will also be able to see most of the RAF’s history over the past 70 years in flight from Royal Air Force Coningsby at Lincoln, which uses Spitfires, Hurricanes, a Dakota and a Lancaster in its Battle of Britain Memorial Flights.
A 15% non-refundable deposit is payable now. The remainder is payable on arrival.
The biggest draw of this part of the coast is of course Skegness, with its historic pier, Natureland Seal Sanctuary (honk) and Blue Flag Central Beach where donkey rides are still able to be had in 2012 and there’s still a funfair. Just as it should be.
If you need to cancel or amend your booking, please give as much notice as possible so that someone else has the chance to book. You may wish to buy holiday insurance for cancellations and for your property/injury whilst away.
Facilities were ok All caravans looked dirty glad I didn't stay in one of them
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Even reluctant shoppers should be convinced to go along to the open air market in historic Boston a mere eight miles away from the caravan park – and should then be ‘persuaded’ to climb the seven floors for the views at Maud Foster’s Windmill, one of the oldest in the country.
I would strongly advise you to steer clear of this place. I think we dodged a bullet by not going.
The tent field was small, flat and separate to the caravan park. Fairly quiet park. Staff friendly. Swings and goal post for kids to play. Facilities were clean but dated. 2 showers, 2 wash up sinks, freshwater tap and toilet block. 1 washing machine costs £3.
This area of Lincolnshire is noted for its wildlife too and there are several beastie-type attractions about – kids will love trying to outsquawk the parrots at the National Parrot Sanctuary/The Parrot Zoo, which has the biggest collection of parrots in England as well as other critters such as marmosets and monkeys.