So this was our final two nights of the trip! I think we actually made it to Hurn Lane without a hiccup, though, we still arrived an hour or so later than Jenny somehow! I guess I just like to take it easy!

Hurn Lane was the smallest of the sites we had been to and we had a nice pitch next to the children's play area. There were also other VW vans there too! What really impressed us about the Caravan and Motorhome Club sites so far is the cleanliness of the facilities - Hurn Lane didn't disappoint! The location was great and the warden gave us directions to the beach which was only a short walk along some sand dunes and we were there! It wasn't really a beach where you could swim as it was only ankle deep for a long way out and then as soon as it started getting deeper, the lifeguards would stop you going any further due to quicksand. But it was a beach! And there was plenty of sand to make castles and have fun with! The boys also had great a great time climbing up the dunes and jumping down again. We really enjoyed being able to park right up on the sand!

 

 

 Lunch time

Lunch time

 Picking berries on the way to the beach

Picking berries on the way to the beach

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 Quinton!

Quinton!

 The only VW on the beach

The only VW on the beach

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That's it! The sun's gone down and tomorrow we're back home, back to work and back to school! 

We'd had an absolute blast staying at the Caravan and Motorhome Club sites and we can't recommend them enough! Everyone was incredibly friendly and the sites were all very clean and child friendly. If I had to choose which site was my favourite, it would be a difficult choice - but we certainly weren't disappointed with any of them!

Keep an eye out on our YouTube channel for the video edit of this trip here. Or if you'd like to visit Hurn Lane, take a look at their website here. 

In the meantime, if you'd like to see some more photos of the trip (we also stopped off at Cheddar Gorge on the way back!), take a look at the gallery below. Thanks for looking!