- Like centre parcs but not in North England/South Scotland
Forest Lodges? http://www.forestholidays.co.uk/cabins/locations.aspx
not sure they’re that much cheaper than CP once you include the ‘free’ bits ypou get with CP but different, anyway.Posted 7 years agobigblokeMember
I have been to Parkdean in Mullion , Cornwall a couple of years ago. It was ok. Some areas of neglect eg..pool dirty and shoddy, kids play area dirty/abused. I would go to another Parkdean probably i guess, quieter than a Haven site but less to do and all on a smaller scale. However we mainly use places like this as a base to go out and explore the local area.Posted 7 years agogusamcMember
checkout Parkdean, I’ve used their Ruda park a lot and rate it and the location very highly.
(*I use it off season – so have not seen full facilities, as they’re shut offseason, however very good deals, always found staff very good, e.g last time we couldn’t work out oven controls , so we popped into reception on way back to flat to ask, by the time got back to the flat (200 yds) the service bloke was waiting for us)
– take off ins **unless you think it will help you
– pay full amount in advance for extra saving (*if that suits)
— watch out for deals and offers on website
http://www.parkdeanholidays.co.uk/index.htmPosted 7 years ago
*sale ends in 4 days – possibly true…..yetidaveMember
we went here http://www.parkdeanholidays.co.uk/scotland-holidays/tummel-valley/tummel-valley-holiday-park.htm a couple years back. Think of it like a centre parc but smaller with lots less to do in the centre. But Pitlochry and surrounding area has lots and lots to offer. The bar was small and quite, the pool was small and quiet, the play area was small and quiet, the er road was small and quiet…get the idea?Posted 7 years ago
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