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We stayed for a week in a Superior Caravan with hot tub, booked directly with the site. Check in... read more

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Propellor bar meal

Excellent food and service in the propellor bar 1700hrs 17092021, polite staff very nice meals... read more

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The facilities that are in this park are way too small for the amount of cabins and people here, this park is huge!!
This is our second visit.
Again, children’s entertainment, none, unless you count the screen were they popped a film on now and again.
Live entertainment for the kids that was promised on a evening didn’t arrive!
Two tiny playgrounds.
Food that was just about edible. (I sent mine back on two different occasions) and closes at 8pm on a Saturday night!! Expect to wait an hour for food at busy times.
Cues for over 30 mins to get a drink from the bar, if you wanted to sit outside. (Only two people serving)
One person serving ice cream during the day, again cues for over 30 mins.
Outside lido, the baby pool was closed thank god, as it was green and slimy! The big pool was filthy!
The splash park was good for the little ones, if you managed to get booked in (21 days in advance!)
If you like fighter jet planes they have them going over the park randomly, quite often during the day, all day, as it is right next to the RAF base.
The craft activities were good, expensive though, again book well in advance!
The internet was terrible.
We visited the church and castle next door that was quite nice.
Our caravan was lovely and clean and the hot tub was a nice bonus. (We booked privately)
I don’t think we would return here again, as the organisation of it all is a bit rubbish.

Date of experience: August 2021
1  Thank Sara B
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Reviewed 9 August 2021 via mobile

Stayed here withmy 18 year old daughter in Agusut 21. We stayed in a private caravan which was beautifully presented. Great advice given to book activities 21 days in advance. Outdoor pool was great despite the inclement weather. Paddleboarding was a fabulous experience. The instructors were great (especially helping me back on the board when I fell off trying to stand.) Eato book and complete the consent form online. Hired wetsuits were much needed. We ate at the Spitfire bar one night. Good atmosphere and great service. We had burgers which were lovely. We prebooked the Propellor bar (you pay a deposit per person) Fabulous service by Jasmyne and Eloise. Nothing was too much trouble, service with a cheery smile. The food was delicious. We had a spaghetti carbonara and a vegetable pizza. The Pizza was so big I had to ask for a doggy bag to bring some home. Big shout out to the kitchen for the calamari starter. We discovered it is made fresh on site. Having eaten calamri on the beach in both Kenya and Corfu this calamari was as good as any
we have tasted. We would also recommend sitting in Bar 49 overlooking the lake to have cocktails. We did this serveral times. It was busy but not overly so. We have had a wonderful break and are considering booking again for next year.

Date of experience: August 2021
Thank Joanne S
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Reviewed 30 July 2021 via mobile

Paid over £1k to stay 4 nights (26-30 July), our "luxury" caravan was situated over a mile from the main area so had to walk 20 mins each time to go to the bars/restaurant and arcade.
We were unable to book any activities or swimming as they were already fully booked before we even arrived, which the children were upset about. A lot of activities were also fully booked. This made it an expensive family trip for just a caravan, only saving grace was having a hot tub, but I wouldn't call our caravan "luxury" at all. I raised some issues to guest services about damaged items, which weren't repaired during our visit. A 6 berth caravan but only dining space for 4 people. There was an outdoor table and chairs for 6 people but the glass top was missing so again couldn't be used for the 6 of us, which was disappointing.
Had a lot of people inspect the hot tub but wouldn't say why, but some of us had rashes after being in it, I'm guessing the quality of water wasn't up to standard or level of chemicals inadequate. Caravan carpet was stained. Site was good, kids enjoyed the arcade and play areas. Main issue with the site is the lack of paths on a very busy road walking to the main arena. Check in day around that area is chaos. Spitfire Restaurant is ok but over priced (£4 for a toasted teacake, £5 for a sausage bap).

It was good to see the RAF doing their training flights but the noise could be an issue for some people, they started from 8am ish until the evening most days. Young children/people sensitive to noise might not like the planes, they do rattle the caravans.

If there was a better booking system or more people allowed per session to allow everyone to use at least some of the facilities available, it might have been more enjoyable. Would I come again? Maybe, but not until restricted activities are unrestricted, and the cost is lower.

Date of experience: July 2021
1  Thank K8tlou80
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Reviewed 27 July 2021 via mobile

Party of 6 for dinner with 2 adults, 2 tweenagers & 2 teenagers. Chloe our waitress was patient and attentive and spoke to our kids like real guests. She was knowledgable about the menu and didn’t ‘hover’ but was available and responsive.
All the wait staff were helpful and engaged (considering we were the last table of the night and a little late for our reservation).
The meal was one of the best we’ve had out in a while and although a little expensive (carbonara, pizza & Cajun chicken burger - which was delicious) the food was well portioned, hot and beautifully presented.
Disappointed that everything closed down at 8.30pm on weekdays but looking to go again on our last day if we can fit it in!

Date of experience: July 2021
Thank stewlisa
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Reviewed 27 July 2021

Where on earth is health and safety here there are no paths on nearly all roads, the one leading to the main event area has a path painted on but as vehicles have to pull on the paths to pass each other these are not safe. there is a 10mph speed limit but no one is sticking to it. a disaster is sure to happed when cars, young children, scooters, bikes and golf buggy's are all using one lane of road and traffic going both ways. In the children's play area they are serving all drinks in glass glasses. one fell off the table the person picked up the main bit of glass but left the rest on the floor. there is a tv screen outside so we got ice creams about 1200 dinnertime and went to sit down on the benches. It soon became apparent the film showing in this children's paly area was at least a 15 if not 18 with heavy fighting scenes needless to say we left quickly but you would think all films would be a U during the day. we wont be returning here.

Date of experience: July 2021
Thank myownview05
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