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    Camping sites in Cardiff?

    Anyone got any details for the campsites in Cardiff?

    I've just booked the ferry, all I need is accommodation, tickets, money, a tent, more money and a spare liver for afterwards.

    Not a bother.

    You have to dare to lose to win, you have to dare to lose to win, you have to dare to lose to win. A winner hates to lose, but the winner is not afraid of losing. That\'s the difference, that\'s the difference.

    - Prof. Willi Railo (sports psychologist)

    #2
    try sengenned camp site about 30 minutes from cardiff

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      #3


      Caravan & Campsite, Self Catering Statics - Llantwit Major, Vale of Glamorgan, 01446 794024


      Caravan and campsite - Cowbridge, Vale of Glamorgan, 01446 794527


      Cardiff Caravan Park - Pontcanna Fields, Cardiff, 02920 398362


      Marconi Holiday Village at Lavernock Point
      Lavernock Point
      Fort Road
      Penarth
      Tel: 029 2070 7310


      Llandow Caravan Park
      Llandow
      Near Cowbridge
      Vale of Glamorgan
      Tel: 01446 794527
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        #4
        Cheers CardiffMatt.

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          #5
          bumped for the offchance someone might know more about the rugby clubs who are opening their grounds.
          You have to dare to lose to win, you have to dare to lose to win, you have to dare to lose to win. A winner hates to lose, but the winner is not afraid of losing. That\'s the difference, that\'s the difference.

          - Prof. Willi Railo (sports psychologist)

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            #6
            http://www.llandaffrugby.com/these guys opened for us last time

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              #7
              www.lavernockpoint.comis the spot to stay, camp site, self catering apartments, it has it own bar, 15 min from cardiff city centre, stayed there in oct for world cup 1/4 final and it was the business

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                #8
                Originally posted by CardiffMatt


                Caravan &amp; Campsite, Self Catering Statics - Llantwit Major, Vale of Glamorgan, 01446 794024


                Caravan and campsite - Cowbridge, Vale of Glamorgan, 01446 794527


                Cardiff Caravan Park - Pontcanna Fields, Cardiff, 02920 398362


                Marconi Holiday Village at Lavernock Point
                Lavernock Point
                Fort Road
                Penarth
                Tel: 029 2070 7310


                Llandow Caravan Park
                Llandow
                Near Cowbridge
                Vale of Glamorgan
                Tel: 01446 794527
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                Hey Matt, which campsite is closest to City centre and which one would you recommend, cheers

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                  #9
                  Toby, I threw them all into Google Earth and no. 3 (Pontcanna) is nearest town, but is full. No 4 isn't too far away (5 miles as the crow flies) and is first come, first served for tents. The last one is near No. 4 so probably the same idea.
                  You have to dare to lose to win, you have to dare to lose to win, you have to dare to lose to win. A winner hates to lose, but the winner is not afraid of losing. That\'s the difference, that\'s the difference.

                  - Prof. Willi Railo (sports psychologist)

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                    #10


                    3, 4/6, 1, 2/5


                    4 and 6 would probably be the best. 4 definatly has a pub on site.


                    Never seen any of the others but 1 (Llantwit Major) is on the train route into Cardiff. 3 is city centre but as said, probably booked up. 4 and 6 wouldn't be far from Penarth.


                    2 and 5 could well be in the sticks to be honest.

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                      #11
                      Thanks An fear Blog and CardiffMatt, much appreciated

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                        #12
                        bump for indasinbin
                        You have to dare to lose to win, you have to dare to lose to win, you have to dare to lose to win. A winner hates to lose, but the winner is not afraid of losing. That\'s the difference, that\'s the difference.

                        - Prof. Willi Railo (sports psychologist)

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                          #13


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                          Marconi Holiday Village at Lavernock Point
                          Lavernock Point
                          Fort Road
                          Penarth
                          Tel: 029 2070 7310


                          Boys, Im a Scarlet Fan in London and am coming to the final with 3 heart broken Saracen Lads. We did have Hotel booked but it was light years away. We have had vibes about this place. Its been used by many of you before. Choice spend our whole night trying to get to Mythyr or Camp with aload of you. Sorry it didnt take long Hotel got binned. Spoke to the manager and he says tent pitch is £10 per person per night. Thats if they see everyone!![img]smileys/wink.gif[/img]


                          Sorry did I say the site has got a pub!


                          They are even mustering all the locals to help be unofficial cab drivers to get people in and ou of Cardiff. Think its only about 5-6 miles, which a darn site closer than where we were!!

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                            #14


                            Originally posted by No.8
                            http://www.llandaffrugby.com/these guys opened for us last time

                            No. 8, do you know if this place is on the fishguard side of cardiff and if its far from the city centre.


                            Thanks

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                              #15
                              We camped last time and got the following note yesterday



                              Anyone wishing to park up a Camper Van should email Ray (raymond.hawkins4@ntlworld.com) or me, Nigel(good Welsh name) at np_buns@hotmail.com.




                              Unfortunately our rugby posts will be down by the 24th - but the
                              Munsterfans forum could always challenge us to a game of skittles. The
                              Munster fans were fantastic in 2006 - this time around (with the rugby
                              &amp; Bowls tours both completed) we will give you more than decent
                              competition in the beer &amp; singing stakes!




                              Biggest challenge for the Munster folk - does anyone/can anyone possibly know more first lines to songs than the Buns' Edgar?

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