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Ashdon Farm CL, Callington, Cornwall
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Great site on the side of a hill facing south with views across the fields. It lies 3/4 ml along a quiet country lane off the A388 roughly midway between Saltash and Callington. The pitches are level with the choice of 3 level hardstanding and 3 grass. 1-3 are on the upper level, one of which is Hardstanding, south-facing with a high hedge at the rear. The other two H/S pitches and one grass are down a slope and west-facing with trees and bushes to the rear. There's a dog-walk down to some lakes through fields of sheep, although the lane past the site is quiet enough for walking ones dog too. The small town of Callington is a couple of miles away with a Tesco supermarket and collection of high-street shops. Liskeard about 8 miles away has a Morrisons and an Aldi and many more shops, Saltash has a Lidl and a Waitrose. The Tamar Valley, Cotehele and Antony (both National Trust properties) are nearby, as is Kit Hill Country Park, Mount Edgcumbe and the Rame peninsula, and also Minions with the Cheesewring outcrop, great for walks among tin mine country. Be aware you have to pay a toll to cross the Tamar Bridge going eastwards out of Cornwall but not coming westwards into the county from Devon. There are a couple of regular bus services on the A388 between Launceston to Plymouth, but involves a walk of about a mile to the bus stop. The approach to the site with one's unit should only be as directed in the Site Directory or web pages. there is a large caravan/MH storage area on the farm so there may be the possibility of encountering outfits heading out, especially during the holiday seasons. We will certainly use this site again if visiting this area.
Not all that wander are lost! They're just taking their dog for a walk!!


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Sounds good nellie, thank you.
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