Date of stay: 18th August 2017
Caravan was very dusty cleaned it myself. Shower head was broken took 24 hrs to get fixd d
Date of stay: 12th August 2017
Caravan was lovely. Could of stayed another week. For a first holiday for my family it was wonderful
Date of stay: 31st July 2017
Caravan very nice. Beds very comfortable. Needs bit of deep clean though.
Date of stay: 24th July 2017
Can't fault it
Date of stay: 19th June 2017
this is a very nice site but the shop lacked supplies. We went one night for a meal and was very disappointed with the service .The meals took over an hour to reach us and some were not very hot , and the last meal for my grandchildren was nearly 90 minutes. there was no apology from the staff at the time ,the reception staff the following morning after reporting this were very apologetic but could not offer anything as we were leaving.The only other thing is opening times of the pool these are alright if you are staying on site during the day .We prefer to visit local attractions.
Excellent time was had by all of us. Great site, with helpful staff.
Apart from other visitors being noisey and the resturant the food wasn't very good value for money and that's if they had the food that we wanted apart from that it was a beautiful caravan and staff were amazing
It was our first caravan holiday n we loved it and it was so cheap . The weather n location was fantastic! Thank you. J
My dad paid for this holiday for me and my family and wehad a very warm welcome despite the weather when we arrived. The caravan was lovely and the pool was good if anything a bit cold. The kids loved playing outside in the ball court and around the site. The only things I would mention are the difference in drink prices and sizes for instance I paid for 3 cordials at 50p each and they were small cups then I paid for one at 50p and it was a pint plastic cup. And also maybe the entertainment leaflet needs to be revised as activities such as the sand art and pottery said they had no charge on them (no icon next to them to imply a charge) but they were in fact chargeable. The staff were lovely and in the blackout in the clubhouse we were in the amusements and the staff were very good at keeping everyone calm. A special mention to the trouper called Charlie he was very good in the party dances and put me through my paces with my daughter even though I didnt know them I kept up. We very much enjoyed our holiday with you and would come again
Fun Days Out near Ashcroft Coast
about 9 Miles
Adventure Island costs nothing to enter and there is an array of rides and attractions on offer. The Big Adventure rides include the Dragon's Claw, Rage and Vortex. For younger children there is just as much fun on offer with rides like the Cow Jump, Over the Hill and Dragon. Mini Rides include the Choo Choo Train, Crooked House and Flying Jumbos. When you have ran out of energy you could have a wander round the gift shop and perhaps buy a souvenir of your day.
about 13 Miles
Wildwood Trust is well worth a visit if you are staying in the local area. You can experience close encounters with native wildlife - all in a beautiful forest setting. You will find this attraction between the coastal town of Herne Bay and the ancient city of Canterbury. There is a wide variety of animals to see including badgers, foxes and otters. Kids will also love the animal encounters sessions, playground and games and quizzes. Check out their website for the latest admission prices which are excellent value for a family day out in Kent.
about 20 Miles
Great Kent attraction and actually the biggest play centre in Kent. From babies right through to toddlers and juniors there is something to suit all ages. For roddlers the under 5s play frame has a host of activities including a tube slide, ball pool and funny mirrors. Juniors will be attractoed to the Imagine Village where they can drive little cars on the specially designed roadway. If you live locally this is also a great place to meet people and make new friends.
about 24 Miles
Brockhill Country Park once formed part of a large estate dating right back to Norman times. Today the old manor house is part of Brockhill School but the grounds are still open to the public and are a popular place to enjoy a picnic on a summer day. The park is abundant with wildlife including butterflies and birds.
about 24 Miles
The Hop Farm offers fun for children of all ages and the fun starts as soon as you enter with Giant Jumping Pillows and huge Outdoor Play Area and Frame with Slides, Bridges, Towers and much more. There are also a number of rides including the gentle Victorian Carousel. A ride on a Shire Horse is a great way to explore the park and as you wander around you will find the fantastic Lost World Maze, the Magic Factory and the crazy 3D Great Goblin Hunt.
about 24 Miles
Port Lympne - The Aspinall Wild Animal Experience in nearby Kent is one of the regions most popular attractions and should be top of your list if you have animal lovers in the family. The site is home to over 500 rare and endangered animals from all around the world including the beautiful Siberian Tigers and the largest breeding herd of Black Rhino outside of Africa. The park was set up to protect endangered species and while enjoying the experience visitors can learn about the dangers the animals face in the wild and the reasons for their decline. The centre aims to return animals to the wild wherever possible and the enclosures are designed closely match the animals natural habitat.
about 28 Miles
Bedgebury National Pinetum & Forest is another very popular attraction and is great for families as there is loads of open space for children to run around. Bedgebury is home to the beautiful National Pinetum and a further 2000 acres of forest as well as an excellent adventure play trail. Families can explore the site via the miles cycling routes and for the more experienced rider there are also 12 km of mountain biking tracks. The specially designed play area features a butterfly climbing wall, a spider's web, a ship wreck and tree stump nest tunnels. Other activities include Go Ape aerial ropes and a brand new zip wire course.
about 30 Miles
Colchester Zoo is a fantastic place to visit with something for all the family. Wander around and see the array of animals in excellent habitats. Don't forget to visit the Leopards at Ussuri Falls, this new expansion can be located opposte the White Tiger Valley and the Medellin Momkeys. Other popular areas of the zoo include Tiger Taiga, Chimp World and Wallaby Walkabout. Look out for special events throughout the year such as Shriek Week on Halloween. If you book tickets online you can obtain a discount of 10% and are also fast tracked on entry to the zoo - a great idea in the school holidays.
about 31 Miles
Bodiam Castle (National Trust) was built in 1385 and much of the exterior of the castle is still in tact although most of the interior was destroyed during the Civil War. The castle and grounds are a popular attraction in Sussex and have a children's activity area and a year round events programme including Bonfire night firework displays and Halloween spooky pumpkin parades. On selected date's visitor's cam meet real castle characters and get an insight into castle life.
about 34 Miles
This attraction is currently under construction but we are looking forward to it opening in early 2011. The philosophy of the Discovery Centre is 'healthy body, healthy mind, healthy planet and aims to change people's attitudes and actions towards our planet. Educational as well as fun there are plenty of activities such as outdoor sport pitches, cycle and walking trails and indoor activity rooms. This is a unique attraction for the whole family.