We came to the Gower peninsula looking for a relaxing holiday and really found that at pitton cross the staff where very friendly and helpful and made us very welcome.the site has no club poor loud music which was exactly what we wanted .The pitches were a good size and we had a grass only pitch witch was well looked after, it was very dog friendly with great walks from the siteRichard C
As newbies to this camping malarkey, at least since we were in the Scouts and Guides, Pitton Cross was a great introduction. Welcoming and friendly staff who guided us to our pitch, which was level hardstanding with grass to the side under the awning. The facilities block had everything one could want, and the shop was well enough stocked to cover any unplanned requirements.
A special mention for the cleaning staff who managed to keep the loos spotless despite the campers' efforts to the contrary.Leamken, Leamington Spa.
Site quiet when we stayed but everything clean and kept tidy.
The owners working hard on improvements and the Shepherds Hut area was being re-vamped.
We had a hard-standing pitch with ehu, lovely views over the fields down to the coast.
Toilets and showers were very well kept, and there are plenty of them.
The shop has a good stock and is also a kite outlet
From the site we walked to Worm Head, about 40 minutes to the NT site then a further 45 minutes or so over the causeway
There is a path from the site that leads you onto the Wales Coastal path and down to the beach.
The owners were super friendly and always around the site working away,
whilst it was quiet when we stayed would imagine its a busy site as the season gets going.
Fantastic camp site with clean facilities and the pitches are large too. Within a good distance to the beaches and a few amenities a short drive away.
Views are also fantastic.Play area for kids which is an added bonus.
The staff there are very helpful.
Highly recommend this site.Kevin C, Solihull, England