This trip was meant to be before the Ypres trip and was originally scheduled for 2nd March. However the snow put a stop to that.
The site is only a short drive from where Hebe is stored but by the time we got there, sorted Hebe out and headed off to the campsite, we were starving as we had nothing to eat all day and it was now mid afternoon.
So, parked up, then off to the Horam Lakeside bar for a couple of beers and an all day breakfast. The weather was improving, the rain had stopped and the sun was even showing some signs of coming out from behind the clouds.
Penny's cousin turned up around 4:30pm so I got the deckchairs out, some M&S cakes, a pot of tea, a beer for me and a bottle of wine for the girls.
During the night, it rained. The following day, I want into Horam for supplies - it was raining. After lunch, I did another trip into Horam via the Lakeside bar and the May Garland Inn. A swift pint in each and then back to the campsite.
Despite a nice sunset, it rained during the night and the following morning it rained, but I still had to pack up and get Hebe ready for the road. A quick stop at the White Hart at Lower Horsebridge for a late Sunday lunch (really nice pub) then it was off back home.
The weather is never going to be good in early April but the campsite at Horam Manor was really nice with great facilities and staff. Good weekend and I'll definitely be back here.