I also tow a twin axle and just wondering were you refused entry? I note quite a number of sites indicate that they don't accept TA but to be honest I have never had an issue either here at home or abroad. I usually ring ahead first to let them know that I have a TA to avoid any unpleasant surprises for either of us when we pull up at the office.
i was just browsing their site while looking to pre book and noticed they had IN CAPS that they dont accept TA's... i havnt called to verify it. i think some sites are wary of TA's cutting up their grass... i might ring them at some stage to see if its a hard and fast rule.
if it cant be fixed with a hammer, its an electrical fault......
Stayed here for 3 nights mid June. Great on-site attractions make this a very busy site with lots of children, however it was impressively quiet at night; probably a result of exhausted kids and a very visible noise warden! In fact, very little noise until 8.30 / 9 am each morning. Pitches are quite close but there was a nice community feel and a very friendly overall vibe.
We stayed here for 3 nights at the start of June this year, this is our second time back.
The camping area was spotless with load of bins that where never over flowing which was nice to see, our kids love it here as there is so much to do that is free and so with a small fee.
The Kids loved the river and spent a ot of time jumping in the water and floating around with there new friend.
There is is small takeaway near the playground that do pizza and burgers etc. which is affordable and if you want a sit down meal you can eat in the restaurant that is beside Slash valley and the laser tag, you could spend a week here and everyone would still would not want to leave.
In the evening the site clamed down an is quite you can site out and have a beer but you must be quite, dogs usual rules apply.
We met some love people here from all over Ireland who are new friends now.
we will be back , i would rate this park 9 out of 10 as you never have to leave to keep busy.