This is our first Caravan & Motorhome Club site and it’s ok. It’s a CL same as the C&CC’s CS sites. A 5 van member only site usually not much more that a farmer’s field with a Chemical toilet emptying point. They are however usually in some nice little locations and this one is no exception.
5 minuets from the M56 on the edge of the village of Lymm, close to 2 statley homes, Tatting Park and Dunham Massey. If you have a National Trust membership you can certainly get your money’s worth with a short stay at Broomedge Farm.
I arrived solo as the management has not been able to finish work early. Met by Nigel and the formalities taken care of £14 a night with EHU I noticed some nice looking bacon and fresh eggs for sale.
At this time of year the site is reduced to just 4 units on hardstanding as the grassed area is closed. The hardstanding is level enough and firm. There is a portaloo and recycling bins and that’s about it but it is a CL and we were not expecting any more.
There is a cupboard containing some leaflets for local attractions and a book and magazine exchange, nice idea!
There are 2 pubs within easy walk Both serve food and if you mention that you are staying at Broomedge there is a 10% discount on the food bill, nice. A local shop selling more than just essentials, even horse food and hardware is at the main junction just outside the farm entrance.
Our intention for our stay at this site was to meet up with some friends in their motorhome but due to a family crisis they were unable to make it so we came anyway enjoyed the peace and quiet of some time alone, and took the opportunity to do some early Christmas shopping at Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet a few miles down the M56
Yes that is a Gin Advent Calendar.
Date of Visit: 13-15 October 2017