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Rosetta Caravan Park
Rosetta Caravan Park and Camping Park is a beautifully matured park set in the picturesque town of Peebles. The park is based in 47 acres of grounds surrounding a late Georgian mansion and stable block. We have endeavoured at Rosetta to make the park as beautiful today as it was back in the early 18 hundreds when the house was constructed. The park is very spacious with plenty of room for children to play, or adults to just sit and relax. Our aim at Rosetta is
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Crossburn Caravan Park
Crossburn Caravan Park Situated on the edge of the charming country town of Peebles, Crossburn is a secluded and friendly caravan park, very much in harmony with its natural surroundings. Touring caravans, motorhomes, back-packers - all are welcomed to a peaceful retreat that offers all you could need. Well-serviced pitches, shop, washing machines and a play park for the young are just some of the features that make Crossburn so relaxing. 35 touring pitches on this 6
Rating: 3.91 (9 votes)                                                                                                  
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Tweedside Caravan Park
Tweedside Caravan Park 7.5 acre site. Close to River Tweed,ideal for a fishing and dogwalking. Only 10 tent pitches in small area next to public path. NO DOGS on touring part of park. Showers need 50p tokens from reception.
Rating: 4.50 (6 votes)                                                                                                  
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Moffat Camping and Caravanning Club Site
Moffat Camping and Caravanning Club Site The pretty wool town of Moffat is home to this popular Club Site. It is a great place to stop off on your way up through Scotland or down south to England, but it is worth staying more than one night. Explore the beauty and attractions of the Scottish Lowlands.
Rating: 3.43 (6 votes)                                                                                                  
Tents allowed? Campers allowed? Caravans allowed? Statics / cabins for rent? Dogs allowed?