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"Chertsey is on the banks of the Thames, just a 30-minute train ride from London."
This lovely riverside campsite is to the south west of London. Just a train ride away from the capital city, it has a rural feel and is visited by foxes, squirrels and many river birds, not to mention the resident flock of parakeets. Canoes can launch from the site, which regularly hosts events by the Canoe-Camping Club.
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Chertsey is in a great position – we used it
as a base for exploring London. It was lovely to come back to such a peaceful Site after a day in the Capital. - Candy Evans
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Chertsey Camping and Caravanning Club SiteBridge RoadChertseySurreyKT16 8JX
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We wanted to book for one night but were advised we could not do that at a weekend, but to phone the next day and they would see what they could do. They fitted us in and we were met with a friendly welcome. Outstanding toilet facilities! We stayed overnight then visited my elderly parents nearby the next day. Hope to be back soon, great cycle rides along the Thames towpath.
DATE STAYED: March 2013
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples,Peaceful break
A very nice site for a weekend break. There were some nice areas nearby to walk the dog or take a nice stroll along the Thames.
A slight background noise from road traffic but after a short while was not noticable.
The shop over the road is well stocked or there are the mainline supermarkets within 3 miles.
Toilet facilities were spotless at all times and the staff were always helpful.
DATE STAYED: February 2013
MEMBER FOUND TOWING: Easy
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples
A lovely site with very welcoming staff.
Shower block was spotless and toastie warm at all times.
Our pitch was a bit muddy, but that was due to the rain over the few days before we got there and the day we arrived.
Loads of wildlife about including Egyptian Geese, ducks, rabbits, squirrels and some parakeets!
Great location for London, we caught the train from Weybridge once and drove in on another day - both took about the same time.
Would definitely stay here again when visiting this part of the country.
When booking the new manager was extremely helpful and managed to find a spot as they were fully booked. On arrival the staff were extrememly polite and most helpful - they gave us lots of advice.The pitch was excellent and when we asked if we could stay for longer on the Sunday as it was such a beautiful day they were most accommodating.
We took the dog and had a lovely walk to one of the many local pubs on the river. A beautiful site with a great location and lovely people - what more could we ask for!
DATE STAYED: November 2012
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples,Groups,Active break,Peaceful break,Younger couples
What a great site, easy access to London (via Weybridge station). The facilities were spotless even although the weather wasn't pleasant. The staff were very nice and guided me into my pitch.
Although, the site shop does not sell a lot, there is a Sainsbury's in the town.
The aircraft and M3, I felt did not detract anything about the nice site and would recommend it to anyone.
DATE STAYED: October 2012
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Peaceful break
Nice site, lots to do locally. Lovely walk around the river to a play park. Facilities were clean and tidy but looking old and in need of sprucing up a bit.
It didnt bother us too much but you are in the main flight path and there is a lot of planes going over at all times
DATE STAYED: August 2012
MEMBER FOUND TOWING: Moderate
had a great three nights here. Toilet and showers were kept immaculate. We had a pitch on the site perimeter, backing on to the River Thames, great watching canoeists and fishermen.
No problem with noise from the river or motorways or airport
Â£10 for a taxi to the nearest London main line train from Weybridge. Chertsey has fewer trains and I don't think they are direct.
The Bridge pub 100 yards away had good food and beer and a big bonus of 20% off with a site receipt.
Will go back there when in the area.
DATE STAYED: September 2012
This is a lovely site with easy travel to London , Thorpe park legoland. This is the second time we have stayed here both times were busy but this time some of the toilets in the ladies were constantly locked(I presume to save cleaning) and this did cause queues.
DATE STAYED: April 2012
We have just stayed at Chertsey Club Site for a 5 nights . Friendly, clean and a fantastic setting just a stones throw from London. Great base to visit Windsor, Legoland ,Kew Gardens and more. The site is well maintained and showers were hot and clean.
Great site and staff , well worth a visit.
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples,Groups,Peaceful break,Younger couples
great site, staff particularly friendly and helpful, loads to do around and about for all ages, good for walking and cycling, facilities were better than the average club standard. Really enjoyed the stay and will visit again.
DATE STAYED: June 2012
Awful, very overcrowded, felt very boxed in and overlooked. Wouldn't return.
Ideal site for accessing London. Chertsey train station is 1 mile away and Weybridge (has more trains going through) is 4 miles. Parking for a day at Weybridge is Â£5 and it's just a 30 minute journey to London Waterloo. Chessington world of adventure, Thorpe park and Legoland are all in easy reach by car.
The site is on a flight path but the frequent noise from overhead caused no problems even at night - after days filled with fresh air and activity we were sleeping no matter what. The site is covered in trees and so we couldn't avoid pitching under one, which meant even when it had stopped raining it seemed to continue and there were a few leaves and some bird waste to clean off the tent prior to packing away. We felt the welcome we received wasn't the warmest but every time we saw the staff from then on they always said hello and were happy to help. The site was full when we visited and the facilities were ample. There were no cloths provided around the sinks for people to clean up after themselves so after a few uses they were ready for cleaning again but a mop and bucket was provided to mop the showers after each use.
The fish and chip van visits 4-7pm Friday and Saturday and are very tasty. At busy times you may be required to leave an order and return to collect 10-15 minutes later but it worked well.
The recreation room and television was popular as people were keen to catch up on the Olympics. Its usually closed at 11pm but due to the number of people watching the opening ceremony it remained open until the finish.
Although there are some less positives we would return to this site as a base to explore London and the surrounding area.
DATE STAYED: July 2012
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples,Younger couples
Just returned from a lovely 2 night stay at the site. Plenty of facilities and kept really clean by the wardens, (just a shame some campers are lazy and don't clean up after themselves!!). We were in a tent with no electric, but on Friday night for the Opening Ceremony of the Olympic games, we watch most of the coverage in the recreation room, which was great. The wardens are very friendly and helpful. The only little downside we have, is the cleanliness of the washing up room, plenty of hot water there, so sorted that one out, but it could do with upgrading. All in all a great place to explore.
SUITABLE FOR: Families
This is one of our favourite sites! Our daughter & husband live in Weybridge, but in a flat and as we have 2 border collies, we generally use this site when visiting. Excellent dog walking nearby across the bridge and by the river. Wardens always friendly & welcoming - even when we arrived in torrential rain en route from France. Facilities are good and clean. Shop sells a few items but very good shop at the garage across the road, where you can get all you need + Sainsburys in Chertsey itself about 15 minutes walk from site (has a petrol station too). Ideal for exploring the capital too. Oh yes and nice play area for the younger ones - an ideal site whatever your age!
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples,Peaceful break,Younger couples
I stay here every few weeks or so as I only live down the road and like to use the place to either get away from it all, or try out my camper van for a few days before heading out on a longer trip. its a nice site, very friendly staff and they are very welcoming (i am quite a large man covered in tattoos and i camp on my own but they NEVER treat me any differently like other places i have been to. they are always very friendly and professional) the toilets and showers are among the best i have been in while on camp sites. i have noticed some people complain of a distant motorway noise but they are mistaken. it is in fact he sound of a waterfall. (it is a small weir at the lock of the river thames) which is right next to the site. its actually quite relaxing listening to the water.
overall a great site which i would recommend highly
very friendly staff always greeting with a hello and smile good faclities very clean easy reach to local areas by car good spacious site first time with the cavanning and camping club was ade to feel very welcome
what a lovely site. i love it. it has everything one could want. especially nice is the catering facility ! good hot or cold food, for dinner or breakfast.gorgeus. would live on this site if it were possible.!!
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples,Groups,Active break
Just returned after a 3 night camping trip, i was greeted by the friendly campingsite team who swiftly booked me in and guided me to my pitch.
The site is very clean and well maintained,all the facilities (dishwash area, toilets and showers) are kept spotlessly clean.
The Kingfisher pub just over the bridge served nice food and beverages.
I took along my bike and was able to cycle along the rivers edge on cycle route 4 all the way to Staines and walk the other way up to Shepperton
A part from the poor weather i had a great time and look forward to returning to this site again.
had a lovely four night stay, made very welcome, and view from camp was wonderful.Beautiful riverside walk from campsite to Staines,two pubs within ten minute walk from site, one giving discount to campers with receipt of booking. will be booking to go back soon.
DATE STAYED: May 2012
Wonderful staff who could not do enough for you. Some motorway drone and light air traffic which soon became unnoticeable. Lovely wildlife, although not too sure about the local cat! Will go again.
Thoroughly enjoyed our weekend break. Staff were friendly, lovely site and catering van at entrance wgich served excellent food at the weekend. Cant wait for our next visit.
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples,Groups,Peaceful break
Found the staff really helpful when we stayed there, in particular with information regarding transport.Adrian really looked after us.
Site was very well maintained with lots of wildlife about.
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Groups
I stayed at this site one night as was doing a course at a local store for my job. I arrived to a worm welcome to sign in, then shown to my pitch. The facilities where perfect and clean. The tent corner is perfect and easy to pitch
Having visited this site before and wrote a negative review. We visited the site again, as we said we would because of the location and not the site. We arrived with trepidation, it was the week we had constant rain and thought the site would be as waterlogged as previously and of course our review was not the best however, on arrival at Reception we were greeted by Sue and Malcome (we didnt meet them last time) and what a lovely, warm and friendly welcome it was - quickly put our last experience out our minds. Malcome took us to the area and we were asked if we had prefences and was pitched near the facilities. There has been work on the grass area and supprisingly it was not waterlogged. The toilets were again spotlessly clean despite the constant rain and warm. Attractions like Thorpe Park and Chessington are very close as well as others like Windsor. It's a good base to explore. We are glad we went back now and put the previous review behind us, we will be back.
When arriving at the site we received a very warm welcome, and was shown to our pitch by a friendly warden. Once we settled in and went for a walk around the site we found it to be right on the river Thames, and local wildlife in abundance. The facilities are extremely clean. The only thing my wife found to be a little bit of a let down was the fact of there being only one baby swing on site. You will also find a catering van of a weekend serving simple but basic food. Fully recommend the breakfast on a plate of a Sunday. Will be recommending this site to all of our friends.
Easy access on site, wardens shown us to the pitch and even though they were busy still had time to go through where everything was. Nice tidy site, facilities kept clean, wardens very helpful when asking for information regarding the local area. the site was quiet and relaxing even though there were quite a few children, my son loved it.I would highly recommend and would be visiting again when wanting to visit London or many of the attractions close by.
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples,Active break
the campsite was very good indeed the service was good too the path was very beautiful indeed it had pebbles with grass on the side which made it very beautiful and relaxing to see.
But what cocerns me is that you have to wait for very long to for example have a shower or go to the bathroom it would be nice if you put in a few more toilets and showers i am humbly requesting you.
thank you for your time.And i hope my request reaches you .
DATE STAYED: October 2011
The site was well maintained and the shower blocks were immaculate. A good base to explore Hampton Court,Windsor Castle and a number of interesting National Trust properties in the wider area. Relaxing walks along the Thames path,together with the welcoming, friendly and very helpful staff made for an extremely enjoyable break.
DATE STAYED: March 2012
This was the second visit in 4 months and it was very welcoming to be recognized at check in. Everything again was great, clean & tidy. Showers clean spacious and warm. Looâ€™s spotless. This site is good for us as we have family close by and we now live in Dorset it means we can visit them without too much disruption to anyone and we can bring Scooby our Bishon Firse. We will be back to this site again.
DATE STAYED: February 2012
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples,Active break,Peaceful break,Younger couples
Excellent site and surroundings.Toilet and shower blocks very good. Only marked down the cleanliness due to dirty foot marks not down to staff or cleaning but lazy guests. Been here before but the first time out with a motorhome, and I couldn't have picked a better initiation.
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples,Active break,Peaceful break
This was used as a stop off with access to the train into Waterloo which ran regularly from Chertsey station approx. 1 1/2 miles away.The site is located alongside the Thames path and the walk into Shepperton is wonderful with a great pub on the towpath.Pitches are level and spacious and there is a large spar shop at the garage opposite.
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples,Groups,Active break,Younger couples
This has to be by far the friendlist,cleanist club site that we have ever stayed on!! Well done Malcolm & Sue Wells and team for a wonderful stay!! the Evans family x
Have been reading some reviews on Chertsey. Some people are very hard to please. We have stayed at Chertsey twice and found staff extremely helpful & friendly. Very clean and great for London, other attractions & shopping in the town. Great walks on Thames and good pubs for eating. Will definitely be going again. As I say some people have to have a moan about something.
DATE STAYED: June 2010
SUITABLE FOR: Older couples
Brilliant, Showers etc spotless & look new. Will be back, handy for visiting family in Slough area and Brooklands area.
DATE STAYED: November 2011
SUITABLE FOR: Younger couples
The site was OK, not the best we have stayed at but if you want to explore the local attractions it's a good base.
We have a tent, the ground is rock hard and you deffinately need rock pegs and even some of those got bent. Not just us but we seen other tent users suffering the same problem. The position we were placed was good for the toilet block but thats about it. We were pitched between two existing pitches as they had been re-seeded but we were surrounded by muddy bogs. The site turns into a bog when it rains. It felt that tents were placed out the way and im sure the pitches were old caravan hard standings with grass placed over the top. We visited reception to see if we can keep our pitch a few more hours on day of departure. The reception guy said "oh your the guys with the tent that takes up half the field" Our tent is large but well within the C&CC normal tent site and not jumbo and we felt like we had caused a massive inconvenience to the site. The toilet block is modern and nice, showers on a push button timer so be prepared to keep pushing it, it was dirty mainly due to the mud from the site and someone did often go in and clean the floors. The noise from the Airport can be loud but this didnt bother us at all, flights stop around midnight and start at 6am.
Its definately a Caravan site as other memebers have mentioned and tents are allowed I'm guessing because C&CC requires them to be provide but definately not suitable for tents unless your prepared. We would go here again only because of its location to attractions not because of the site itself.
DATE STAYED: September 2011
SUITABLE FOR: Active break
Bit dissapointed with site as previous reviews seemed good . Site reception crumbling render and paint. Toilets (men's )pretty grotty not cleaned properly . Kids play area for size of site far too small and muddy after rain as with most of the site. Easy access to site and motorway network great base for London and theme parks. Oh mind the massive pot hole on exit!
DATE STAYED: August 2011
SUITABLE FOR: Older couples,Active break
Have just returned ffrom a 3 night stay. Although weather was changeable to say the least, I found that the facillities were always clean and tidy. The showers were hot and the push button allowed for a sensilble shower time! There is a comprehensive information centre with leaflets, public transport info. The site assistants were also knowledgeable. The drive to Hampton Court was very easy. Chip van on site Fri & Sat nights.
We had an epic stay. Everything about it was perfect. The toilets/showers etc. were perfectly clean and cleaned daily. It is situated right next to the river thames and is 30 minutes away from the centre of london. It is also very near to kew gardenes, towr of london, hampton court palace, the science/history museums, chesington world of adventures, and thorpe park. PERFECT!
The staff where very friendly and helpfully. The site was very clean and had regular patrols by staff on the bikes. The only fault I could point out with there
cleanness was the lack of effort put into cleaning the toilets/shower rooms. The bucket of water used to clean out the showers after was was very dirty and smelly. This is a great location for Alton towers and Lego land. There was heavy air plane traffic the 1s 2 night we stayed but got use to it then the wind changed and they used a different route. On the last night we had heavy rain and the site was very good as in it never flooded like over sites I have stayed in. The heavy rain did however create extra noise from the river as the water was rushing along.
Site is in an excellent location for visiting London. We were there with our kids (6 and 12) so not too far from lots of Theme Parks - we bought a Merlin Pass and saved a fortune.
Nice site, friendly staff, good facilities. Others have left comments about road noise - which I've still to hear - there is noise from planes taking off and landing but nothing intrusive.
We had a fabulous holiday - even when it rained!
DATE STAYED: July 2011
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples,Groups,Younger couples
chertsey is a very nice site and we enjoyed our stay apart from the constant noise from the motorway and being on a flight path from heathrow airport with planes going over from early morning untill late at night.
Iwauld not recomend this site to anyone who wants a peaseful break.
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Groups,Active break,Younger couples
We have just returned from our first stay at a club site and were thoroughly pleased. We loved the way a member of staff guided us to our pitch and helped with reversing/parking our caravan.
We booked this site because we had day trips planned in London and a visit to Legoland. Legoland was a 25 minute drive away, and a 10 minute journey to Weybridge station (free parking at weekend) took us to Waterloo in 30 minutes.
The site has a play area for children and although it was very busy that weekend it never felt cramped. The facilities are excellent at the site and the best and biggest showers I have seen at a campsite. Would definitely recommend this site for campers wishing to visit London or surrounding Theme Parks etc. Obviously because of location there is a lot of aircraft noise but it is by no means constant and would not stop me from staying at this campsite again.
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Active break,Peaceful break
This is the second time we have visited this site and we enjoyed it as much as the first time around. This time we used it as a base to go to Legoland with our 4 year old daughter and visit Windsor and see the castle. The location of the site allows you to explore London and the outskirts. Last time we were here we visited Kew Gardens. We stayed the latter part of June and the main toilet block was open after having a replastering job in the ladies facilities - consequently one shower was not in use due to this. Again they were clean and tidy and we couldn't fault them. We were pitched again near the weir which we chose but if you are in a tent the noise may keep you awake at night. Plenty of rabbits, ducks and squirrels to see and even the odd speedy hedgehog who sped past our caravan during the day!! We ate again at a Hungry Horse pub (called Twynersh) in Chertsey which has a big play area for children - climbing frames and swings .You can eat outside or in. If you visit Windsor there are plenty of eating places - so many to choose from and varying prices. If you go to Windsor by train from Chertsey train station it is free to park at the station on weekends. The journey from Chertsey to Windsor by train takes about 40 mins. In Chertsey there is a Sainsburys if you need some groceries. The staff on site were friendly and pleasant. We will back again at this site next year hopefully.
DATE STAYED: June 2011
Generally a first class site with much in its favour. Its location to major attractions be it London,Hampton Court,Brooklands,Mercedes World,Chessington,Thorpe Park,Legoland,Windsor Castle etc is a huge asset. The site and facilities is a credit to the Club and staff in all respects. On the down side it is subject to some background noise from the M3 motorway. However the biggest noise nuisance is from aircraft accessing London Airport Heathrow. This is particularly so around 23.00hrs when apparently landing and take off restrictions etc come into force.
this is the worst site i have ever stayed on , we got placed in a field when the main facilities were shut down at the far side of the site . we were not told of them shut.we could have been placed closer to what was left.we spoke to other members and thire comments were "this should be the caravan club" not the CAMPING and caravan club . If they only want caravans there this should be taken into account .Not happy as the rubbish area was on the opersite side to where we were.NOT RECCOMANDED FOR TENT USERS.
Stayed here in April for 2 nights on way back from Poole. Great location for west part of London and probably central as good train service into London. Nice clean site, only criticism - a bit scruffy round the edges, could do with a decent tidy up.. Nice friedly and helpful staff. Great walks along the Thames with the dog. Loads of pubs around for eating out. Good shop in the garage across the road at sensible prices. Aircraft noise from Heathrow not a problem as they are quite high be the time they cross over. Good clean toilet blocks and washing facilities. Slight clanger in our choice of pitch - trees to close so satelitte dish would not pick up signal!! Would definitely stay again.
DATE STAYED: April 2011
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Older couples,Groups
We have stayed at Chertsey often during the last 5 years and have noticed that the standard has gone down over that period. Considering that this is one of the best staffed sites we have ever stayed on (4 couples) the amount of work done out on the site was zero, there are numerous rabbit scrapes, enough tree debris to have a good bonfire with and quite a few areas that could do with strimming, yet we saw no member of staff out doing what I classify as groundwork during our stay.
We have stayed on sites that have half of the pitches and are owner run yet they are far superior in appearance to what Chertsey is now.
I have marked the facilities down due to the fact that the club decided to close the main block so as to have work done, surely this work could have been done earlier in the year before the busy time. We have also noticed in the past that there is a habit of 'locking off' 5 of the 7 privacy washing cubicles even over busy weekends, this kind of thing is not what I pay for. The other thing I find annoying is the fact that the facility block is closed for 2 hours and remains locked even if the work is finished, in fact we have run a site for friends and cleaned the facilities (4showers, 4 toilets and wash basins each side plus 2 disabled rooms and could clean them to the same standard as the Chertsey facilties in around an hour and even work around people using them.
Many of the pitches are in a sorry state where they are just over camped and no work done on them to try and help them recover.
I always thought that Chertsey was the flagship of the C&CC but it is now starting to resemble a run down rusty hulk.
It saddens me to place this review as we have had some good times at Chertsey and would like to think that we can have some more in the future.
Stayed for 4 nights , staff were the most helpfull on arrival , facilities were excellent always clean and plenty of hot water .
site was clean of rubbish and not run down at all ,one recomendation would be that you need rock pegs as some of the areas around our tent were grass but broke our plastic pegs on hammering in it was rock hard 3 inches down in small areas .(dont let this put you off)
A excellent site that is a credit to the camping and caravanning club.
will return again .
This was the first time we stayed at the Chertsey site but we will definately be going again. We have 2 small children (both under 4) and the Showers were the first ones we have been to that had plenty of space, a shower unit with changing temperatures (usually I find the showers far too hot), it had a changing table right in the shower so if you kept the shower curtain shut and had a small baby you should strap them in while you were having a shower and it wouldn't have been too cold. Plus they had even put a baby bath in there so the toddler loved that! Right by the river so lots of wildlife onsite, squirrels, rabbits, parakeets, geese and ducks and of course the campsite bengal cat wandering round too.
The dog walk was a bit ropey (single file path towards the side of the site) but a great field on the opposite side of the river (out of the site and turn left then over the bridge and then back underneath) perfect for the dog who even went for a bit of a swim!
Park for the kids was nice, probably the best one we have been to that again suited our small ones. 5 swings, climbing frame and slide plus a nice area in front for playing group games.
Thank you so much for a great time, definately going again!
DATE STAYED: May 2011
As others have said a very clean and efficient site...A warm welcome and we were given a choice of Pitches to choose from right by the River bank.
The showers/toilets etc were very clean and we did`nt have to queue at all.
The garage over the road is very well stocked with groceries and drinks...the mobile Chip shop on Fri/Sat night is excellant. The village has a couple of supermarkets plus other shops etc.
The only thing to bear in mind is that there is some traffic noise from the M3 and at times it can be overflown by aircraft taking off from Heathrow.
All in all a lovely site...well kept and very clean. Well worth a visit if you want to visit attractions in/around London.
A great site, perfect base for Legoland, Chessington and Thorpe Park. We made a booking as a group with 8 people in 2 caravans and a tent and despite not being able to all arrive at the same time the staff had booked us into pitches all together. Facilities were great, plenty of room in shower cubicles so taking little ones in with you not an issue. Friendly, helpful staff who we are looking forward to seeing next time we go!
In the words of our children this site is 'awesomwe'. Check in was quick and painless, escorted to our pitch by staff, who even assisted getting us in position. Everything on site was clean and in working order. We had our 2 boys aged 8 and 7 who played out til dark. We visited Thorpe Park, Legoland and Chessington whilst there and all are easily accessible from the site. We are now planning a return visit in the summer. Great place to be.
Lovely site on the Thames. Friendly and helpful wardens who keep the site spotless. A couple of nice pubs within strolling distance on the river bank. Easy access to London and also plenty of local shops.
DATE STAYED: March 2011
SUITABLE FOR: Older couples,Younger couples
Lovely site, suprisingly nice and peaceful to say you are in quite a busy area. Very friendly and helpful staff. Showers lovely and warm, plenty of room in them and always clean. Great little fish and chip van on site Friday and Saturday evening. Plenty of things to do within a reasonable distance, hoping to go back again for a longer stay, two nights was nowhere near enough.Lovely to see the parakeets flying about on site too!
An excellent site. We arrived earlier than planned and reception was shut but we still received a warm welcome from managers. Lovely clean, hot showers and plenty of really hot water at dishwashing sinks.( a particular bugbear of mine!)
Very helpful staff - when we asked for directions to places we were given a sheet with typed instructions. Enjoyed watching the sqirrels,rabbits, geese and parakeets. Sainsburys not far - can walk there. Nice walks along Thames path . We will return
we have been here three times in the last two years this is one of the best sites in britain we will be visiting this year and next year and on and on and on we would highly recommend this site to anyone access to london very easy short train journey 20mins there very helpfull staff toilet and showers excellent very clean
DATE STAYED: October 2010
Convenient for London, Kew Garden and the Thames. Good restaurants nearby. Underneath the flight path to Heathrow, so constant aircraft noise until late in the evening.
Facilities OK, but showers have no temperature control - so if you want a cool, refreshing shower on a hot day - forget it - HOT is the only option.
DATE STAYED: December 2010
Brilliant site and so near London, amazing cycle routes all along the Thames, felt safe and everyone was so helpful... eating places just down the road along with supermarket, on bus route, cannot recommend it highly enough.
DATE STAYED: July 2010
Chertsey is a beautiful site,we arrived and were made to feel very welcome,the reception team were very helpful and fast,and after 5 hours of driving I needed them to be!I have more pluses than negatives to report; the site was peaceful,clean and very friendly!The showers were to die for...very clean,always,lovely temperature,spacious and free!!!I was always able to get straight in and have a long hot shower!Very clean!We were right next to the river which was full of birds and boats!Unfortunately we had a torrential downpour as we were erecting our tent...so it was a bad start..the only negatives I have for this site was that site the shop at the reception was insufficient for our needs,it was tiny and had very few basics to buy!Maybe thats something that could be reviewed and improved over time?I would just add that 'Rock Pegs' are a definate requirement for this site as our pitch was very rocky at one side of the tent which didn't help our efforts erecting the tent in the torrential rain...all in all...a beautiful site...just have plenty of provisions with you and rock pegs!
DATE STAYED: August 2010
SUITABLE FOR: Families,Active break,Peaceful break,Younger couples
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Nearest train station: Chertsey Waverley 1.5 miles
Nearest bus: 1 mile from Site entrance
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