To save money is the answer to the first part and not really understanding what the customer needs or wants. Having hard stands probably affects the star rating of the site.AberdeenAngus said:Why would you build hard standing that isn't level :?
How important is it to members that there is a pub within walking distance ??
That's ok, I forgive you.CaGreg said:Please forgive me if I seem naive saying this, but it is a sincere response to this post. What am I missing when it comes to campsites?( I have stayed in a couple of sites in Ireland and a few in Northern Spain, so that is a limited experience.)
I cannot see the attraction of the campsite per se, they are what they are, surely the point is not the site but what is outside the gate that matters.
All a site needs to have for me is showers, water, dumping, laundry and possibly hookup, though not an absolute necessity. They all seem similar to me, parking places with facilities. I feel hemmed in and only want to stay a minimum time.
Is the question not what is the 'Best Situated Campsite?' or am I really missing something here??