Norman View Fethard on Sea.

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Posted: 20.05.2019  ·  #1
We stayed in Norman View Aire in Fethard on Sea on Saturday. Absolute gem of a site. Looking out onto the Saltee Islands and walking distance , 15 minutes footpath a portion of the way., to a nice little village with a few pubs, takeaways and supermarket.

Site has a choice of hard standing €12 or grass pitches €10 with EHU a very reasonable €2. Black and grey waste and water. Grey is drive over.

This is a great alternative to Dick's field. There were only 4 vans there on Saturday. Lovely beaches nearby.
Can't recommend it highly enough.

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We were there a couple of months back and I have to agree with you totally Eamonn. Great site.


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I'll stick a review up in a while on the app, my Iphone died a slow death the weekend


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Just home fro a visiting friends in Norman View what a great place to sit in the evening sun having s few beer's,or having breakfast looking out to the Saltee,s .
About 15vans there when we left.


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Was there last weekend, excellent spot


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Posted: 16.07.2019  ·  #6
Stayed here 11th and 12th July and agree with above reviews. Excellent site and Joe is very helpful with local info etc. Nice beaches within comfortable walking distance. 10 minute walk to the village with a choice of pubs. Good base to explore the Hook and this corner of Wexford.


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Hi any Craicers in Norman View this weekend?


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No Martin We are at the other side of the country, we stayed there last year it’s an excellent spot. Now you might be able to answer me something, we also stayed in Duncannon in the overflow field last year for €10 a night and I was talking to another Craicer who was charged something like €25 or €30 recently in the same field this year, any justifiable reason for the price hike?


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any justifiable reason for the price hike?


Yes,
Greed and the people willing to pay,


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No Martin We are at the other side of the country, we stayed there last year it’s an excellent spot. Now you might be able to answer me something, we also stayed in Duncannon in the overflow field last year for €10 a night and I was talking to another Craicer who was charged something like €25 or €30 recently in the same field this year, any justifiable reason for the price hike?

Don't know but I'll have a noise. I was over looking for Joe today ,wanted to have a conversion (you will guess why dry shed with power :-/ ) and as we were leaving I'm sure I saw a Club sticker on a cork window, my chauffeur wanted to go to the beach,so I could not check, I will get her to ( drive/ call ) over again. back up might help with the conversion with Joe. ;-)


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3 Craicers there last weekend, excellent spot


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As I'm kind of restricted could you lot post when your are down this way,so I can sneak up when you're least expecting it.


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Simply one of the best!!


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Are you allowed to use drive away awnings here


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Nearly sure you can dave.....as a caravan can use an awing....


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Are you allowed to use drive away awnings here


I stayed there two weeks ago. The site is lovely and well maintained by Joe the owner. I used a drive away tent no problem with no extra charge. His rates are extremely competitive. There is plenty of room during the week but you have to book in advance to get a pitch at the weekend.

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Here tonight for a few days. What a super Motorhome Park wish there were more like it.
Being full pretty much says it all.


enjoy it Colin, the Hook is a super area and Norman View, its a little corner of calm and tranquillity.

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Sister and brother in law down in Norman View for a couple of nights...First time there for them and they love it already.... they are new to the Motohome lifestyle and bought this Adria from me at the end of last year....they have revamped the interior and I must say looks nice and cozy down in Fethard this evening 😁👍
 


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Lucky them I'm a little bit jealous

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Lucky them I'm a little bit jealous


Me too Paul.....They have been rubbing it in to me all day :( :D

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I came home from kilmore quay yesterday but was battling with wanting to go to Norman view but work got in the way <_<


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wanting to go to Norman view but work got in the way <_<


Work......The curse of the drinking classes! :D


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