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I had a bad experience at
sandybay park with caravan and cleanliness, I did speak with staff but unfortunately the female manager there has a disgusting attitude, I did therefore contact the CEO of parkdean parks and what a wonderful man who only wants people...More
We have just returned from 4 nights in a bronze caravan with our 2 little boys aged 3 and 4. The site is very quiet and peaceful but with the option to use the more commercial facilities just down the road so this was perfect...More
I've just returned from a midweek break with my best friend and we had a lovely time in what was a brand new caravan. We are definitely looking to book next year once we have got our holidays booked with our employers.
We booked a last minute summer break here for a family of 2 adults and 2 children we travelled quite away from the Midlands to Northumberland and when we arrived the site staff were very friendly took my number to call us as soon as...More
Loved it so much we brought a caravan on the site. So peaceful and the views are amazing. The italian resteraunt down the street is lovely. The pubs are all very cheap and friendly locals. Cant wait to have many many mini breaks there.
As far as I know dogs are only allowed in the Bronze grade caravans. It says this on the Park website too. There are some vans that are privately owned and rented out independently so perhaps pets are allowed in those... More
As far as I know dogs are only allowed in the Bronze grade caravans. It says this on the Park website too. There are some vans that are privately owned and rented out independently so perhaps pets are allowed in those ones.
We've stayed in both silver and gold and haven't seen any evidence of dogs in the caravans.
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"Take a lamp for evenings to make the caravan look more cosy."