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Friday, 29 January 2010

Half term fun in Pembrokeshire


LOOKING to take the Children away this February half term, Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire have the perfect break for you.

With plenty of activities to keep the children occupied, from horse riding to quad biking, Pembrokeshire has everything you need for a fun half term break whatever the weather!

Ivy Tower village is set in the delightful, historic village of St Florence situated just a short drive out of Tenby with its award winning beaches and restaurants. This private cluster of 19 properties are all individually owned, and have been transformed to a high standard. The complex offers accommodation sleeping between 2 and 12 guests making this holiday perfect for families and also couple’s alike.

There is a wide range of activities to be explored by you and your little ones at the Ivy Tower Village. The site offers free use of a heated indoor swimming pool, sauna, fully equipped gym, children’s play area, crazy golf course and a tennis court. After a day exploring all the Ivy Tower has to offer put the children to bed, so you can relax in your conservatory looking out at the stars with a glass of wine.

A week stay in Poachers cottage sleeping 6 starts at £350 on a special offer arriving Saturday 13th February.

A weeks stay in The Cornstore sleeping 6 is on a special offer of £378 for 7 nights starting 13th February.

01437 772760, www.coastalcottages.co.uk

Tuesday, 26 January 2010

Top performers heading to Butlins for half-term

MISS Frank, Rachel Adedeji, Faces of Disco and Stavros Flately will make this February a half-term to remember at Butlins.

With prices from £47pp per break (Based on a family of four sharing a Silver self-catering apartment), this February half term is brimming with top quality live entertainment including Brainiac Live, the hugely popular Sky One show is coming live to Butlins, bringing the weird and wonderful world of science to kids and adults alike and Guinness World Records when guests can set a new world record and get their names into the Guinness World Records book. The stars from X-Factor, Miss Frank and Rachel Adedeji,and Britain's Got Talent, Faces of Disco and Stavros Flately, will also be appearing live on stage.

Shoreline Hotel at Butlins Bognor Regis is geared up for families with younger children as it’s close to all the Resort’s facilities. Prices start from just £77pp per break

Call 0845 070 4730 or visit www.butlins.com to make a reservation.

Monday, 25 January 2010

Go green and avoid the stress of planes


IF YOU need any further incentive to go green and holiday close to home the spectre of airport delays, potential strikes and the length of time it takes to check in and clear security will help you make your mind up!

We British sometimes forget that Britain truly is great and has some fantastic places to visit - from historical sites to breath-taking beaches just waiting to be explored. And by staying within the UK this summer you’ll be helping to minimise your carbon footprint and reduce the amount of damaging CO2 emissions released into the atmosphere.

By the time you’ve finally started to taxi down the runway you could already be unpacked and enjoying one of Haven Holidays’ 35 family holiday parks around Great Britain

Haven are committed to stringent eco-friendly policies and has 17 Green Tourism Scheme Awards under its belt for 2010. All the parks hold David Bellamy Conservation Awards – with 33 achieving the coveted Gold standard. Fifteen Haven parks take direct responsibility for protected conservation areas and all play a vital role in protecting and conserving British wildlife - so you can sleep easy knowing you have booked a holiday that is friendly to the environment.

Haven parks are situated all around the British coastline and Devon Cliffs Holiday Park is the first landmark on the stunning Jurassic Coastline – England’s first natural World Heritage Site. This spectacular natural setting is a great place to enjoy a walk or for budding archaeologists a chance to go fossil hunting. Perran Sands sits directly on the South West Coast Path with 630 miles of signposted walking for you to enjoy whilst Kiln Park is within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, Britain’s only coastal national park.

Check out carbon–neutral ways to travel around the park and surrounding areas that won’t burden your conscience. A family bike ride means you can take in the scenery while also burning off some calories from lunch - or look for parks that offer horse-riding.

And with a great entertainment package and lots of facilities, kid’s clubs and organised activities provided in the cost of the holiday from football coaching to late-night discos – your car will be surplus to requirements and you can relax and enjoy a fun-filled holiday knowing you have helped reduce your carbon footprint this summer.

Early booking deals will be reduced on January 31 so it’s worth booking soon to take advantage of the best price offers. At the moment you can book a break from as little as £129 for a three or four nights in superior accommodation for a family of four (available at a wide choice of dates and parks).

For immediate booking and details of the best special offers visit www.haven.com or phone 0871 2301930.

Luxury romantic break in Henley on Thames


CELEBRATE in luxury at The Red Lion Hotel, Henley on Thames and The Manor, Windsor from £189 per couple.

What could be more romantic than staying at a luxury hotel in a beautiful village or market town, just an hour’s drive from London? Idyllic breaks for Valentine’s Day are available at The Manor at Datchet, near Windsor, and The Red Lion Hotel at Henley on Thames, both old buildings with wonderful décor and ambience.

Couples can enjoy togetherness on a special Valentine’s Day package at The Red Lion in Henley on Thames for only £255 per room per night, including a five course dinner in the Regatta Restaurant. Dishes are designed to encourage sharing and passion: delicious native oysters, champagne sorbet, a choice of main courses, desserts reminiscent of tropical holidays, such as coconut parfait. The package includes half a bottle of champagne to accompany dinner and a red rose. Retiring after dinner to a spacious en-suite bedroom decorated with antiques, guests will dream the night away on a rose-petal strewn bed. The next morning, there’s still time to enjoy a full English breakfast and go on a leisurely riverside walk or explore the town’s boutiques and antique shops. For a more relaxing morning, guests can also book a massage in one of the hotel’s three therapy rooms.

At The Manor, a 4-star boutique hotel overlooking the village green in Datchet, Windsor, Valentine’s Day can be celebrated in style for just £189 per couple. The package price includes accommodation in a luxurious individually-designed bedroom, which will be decorated with rose petals. Couples can enjoy talking and relaxing over dinner in the new Brasserie and Bar: choose to sit at one of the tables, or cosy up together on a leather sofa in front of the fire and eat casually from a coffee table. The delicious Valentine’s menu includes sharing dishes such as oysters and specialties such as red snapper with truffle-scented gnocchi or slow-cooked pork with bok choi and ginger. After full English breakfast the following morning, guests can take a romantic walk along the Thames (maps provided by the hotel) or go into Windsor to enjoy the boutique shops or visit Windsor Castle.

For further information, please visit: www.redlionhenley.co.uk or www.themanorwindsor.com

Wednesday, 20 January 2010

Search for new Haven FunStars


HAVEN'S nationwide search for new FunStars to entertain guests at their 35 family holiday parks ends this week at Bristol City Football Stadium.

Britain’s favourite family holiday company has been auditioning at football stadiums around the country for hundreds of new FunStars to help their existing Team deliver a fantastic new programme of entertainment this year.

FunStars make Haven Holidays extra special, organising a whole range of fun daytime activities and live performances after dark with interactive games and competitions, singing, dancing and glittering stage-shows.

Families can get up and moving with early morning Wake and Shake sessions; Kid’s Clubs offer a whole range of FREE activities including arts and crafts, music and dancing , games and competitions; there’s cake decorating for kids in Annabel’s Creative Kitchen and plenty of opportunities to join the FunStars on stage with games and competitions as well as the popular ‘Haven’s Got Talent’ contest .
Daytime entertainment includes character shows featuring cuddly favourites Rory the Tiger and friends, all season pantos and wrestling.

And when the sun goes down expect lively evenings with stage-shows, circus performances, variety nights and some of the UK’s top cabaret acts. Many Haven Holiday parks have more than one evening venue, with different shows taking place at the same time.

Best of all in these budget-conscious times, entertainment comes as part of the package.

With prices from as little as £129 for a three or four night Spring break for a family of four in Superior 2 bedroom accommodation it’s cheaper than treating the kids to a night out at a West End show!

The special early booking deal is available at a wide choice of Haven parks including Cala Gran, Golden Sands, Berwick and Wild Duck. Click on www.haven.com or call 0871 230 1900 for immediate bookings and more information.

If you are interested in a becoming a Haven FunStar visit www.funstarsonline.co.uk

Fun for youngsters at Vauxhall Holiday Park


MAKING sure there are lots of things for the kids to do is always a headache for parents when planning their next holiday.

With that in mind the 5 star Vauxhall Holiday Park in Great Yarmouth has made sure there is plenty to keep kids, of all ages, having fun throughout every day of their stay.


They can join Louie the Lion in his den for his Kidz Club, which includes activities such as face painting, treasure hunts, story time etc. Each afternoon there is Arty Kidz where children can get their hands dirty making mobiles, enjoy a colouring competition or playing with hand puppets.

For the under 5’s there is the Tiny Tot Club with a whole host of activities specifically designed for pre-school children.

All children’s organised activities are included in the price of the holiday.

Prices for a week’s holiday start at £252, staying in the ‘Kingfisher’ which sleeps three, while a three night short break is available from £138.

For more information please telephone: 01493 857231or visit www.vauxhall-holiday-park.co.uk where a copy of the brochure can be downloaded

Tuesday, 19 January 2010

TV stars to perform at Butlins

BUTLINS have announced that for the first time at a UK holiday centre, and exclusive to them, stars of both X-Factor and Britain’s Got Talent will be appearing in the same live shows at the three beachside Resorts, Bognor Regis, Minehead and Skegness, in 2010.

Many of the stars are from the most recent shows - from X-Factor there will be Olly, Stacey, Danyl, Lloyd, Jamie, Lucie, Rachel and Miss Frank with Stavros Flatley, George Sampson and Faces of Disco from Britain’s Got Talent (stars from the 2010 show appearing from July). Both brands will be represented on weekend and mid-week breaks.

Prices for Butlins breaks start from just £59pp per break based on four people sharing a Silver self-catering apartment. To book a Butlins break call 0845 070 4730 or visit www.butlins.com (The maximum call charge is 2p per minute from a BT landline. Calls from other networks may vary)

*To avoid disappointment check who is appearing on your chosen break at time of booking.

Family breaks to Legoland Windsor

FOLLOWING the launch of a new three-night Legoland Windsor package from the 14th century Bird In Hand Hotel near Maidenhead, it’s now possible to combine a family break in a comfortable, historic hotel, with a fun couple of days at one of the country’s leading theme parks.

Located less than 12 miles from Legoland, the 600 year-old country inn offers everything to keep mum and dad happy. The 2007 and 2008 CAMRA Berkshire Pub of the Year, it serves an ever-changing selection of Real Ales, as well as more than 50 wines in its traditional, atmospheric bar, complete with oak panelling and inglenook fireplace.

The spacious restaurant offers an extensive menu, featuring family favourites such as home-cooked Steak & Kidney Pudding, Fish & Chips and Bangers & Mash, and the accommodation, including family rooms, has been renovated to a very high standard, combining comfort with modern amenities including a flat-screen television, free wi-fi and welcome tray.

So, after the children have had their fun on the rides and attractions, taken in a show, and maybe even visited Pirates Landing, new for 2010 at Legoland Windsor, mum and dad will also be able to enjoy themselves, and savour the hospitality served up by a traditional country inn.

The new three-night Bird In Hand Legoland Windsor package starts from £295 for a family of two adults and one child under 16 sharing a room, and from £350 for a family of two adults and two children. Prices include bed and breakfast accommodation, a two-day pass to Legoland and VAT. For further information tel: 01628 826622 or visit www.birdinhand.co.uk.

Monday, 18 January 2010

Cottage midweek breaks for just £99


COASTAL Cottages of Pembrokeshire is highlighting a range of properties where couples can enjoy a four-night break for a total of £99 – just £12.50 per person, per night.

The offer – which can be taken between 3 January and 26 March (excluding February half term) - is available at more than 30 properties in coastal and countryside locations throughout the county.

In addition, at cottages that can accommodate more than two people, the cost for each additional person is £49 for four nights.

For two:

Farmhouse Cottage is a converted dairy in the quiet hamlet of Trevinert, less than a mile from the sea and the tiny, cathedral city of St David’s with its excellent shops, restaurants and galleries. A four-night break is a total of £99.

For more:

For a party of four, Eynons is an attractive, single-storey stone cottage at Roch, a mile and a half from Newgale beach and the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. With full occupancy, a four-night break is a total of £197.

01437 772760, www.coastalcottages.co.uk

Friday, 15 January 2010

Big things at Butlins for 2010

BUTLINS entertainment for 2010 looks set be even better than ever.

There are loads of new and exciting things for the 1.5m guests who visit the Bognor Regis, Minehead, and Skegness beachside Resorts, every year. With 2010 bookings already up 11% year on year British holiday makers give the seal of approval to a Butlins break.

A Butlins break is the perfect antidote to the Election Mania we all know will invade our lives from now until the General Election. Put political broadcasts, canvassing and babies being kissed out of your mind while you enjoy the modern, airy accommodation, top quality facilities and vast array of live entertainment that make up a Butlins break.

The host of fantastic new family entertainment for 2010 includes:

Ø Thomas and Friends – exclusive to Butlins with a spectacular live show, plenty of surprises and lots of new Thomas-themed activities
Ø Brainiac Live – the hugely popular Sky One show is coming live to Butlins, bringing the weird and wonderful world of science to kids and adults alike
Ø Guinness World Records – guests can set a new world record and get their names into the Guinness World Records book
Ø Baby Loves Disco – a fun filled dance party featuring real music spun and mixed by DJs guaranteed to get those little booties moving and grooving
Ø High Ropes and Climbing Wall – due to the popularity of the High Ropes and Climbing Wall at Bognor Regis and Minehead Butlins has built a brand new one at Skegness
Ø Live coverage of World Cup 2010 – don’t miss a moment with live coverage of World Cup 2010 at every Resort

Butlins ‘Summer of Discovery 2010’ will encourage kids to broaden their horizons and leave behind their comfort zones as they ‘Discover More’ this summer. From archery and circus skills to trampoline and basketball, the kids will have the time of their lives with over 50 activities at no extra costas part of a summer holiday at the popular holiday park (some activities incur a small charge. Activities and facilities vary depending on the Resort)

Parents will delight as their little ones enjoy breakfast with Bob the Builder, get fit with Pingu and pirouette with Angelina Ballerina. Meanwhile, bigger kids can branch out into activities such as fencing, archery and, for the most daring, the Climbing Wall, High Ropes and Zip Wire – all designed to heighten their sense of achievement and boost their self-confidence.

During peak season (July to November), parents will receive free Butlins Discovery Cards for their children, which will be stamped for every exciting new activity tried. Just five stamps on their card and the little discoverers will be presented with a souvenir Butlins Discoverer pin badge they’ll be proud to show off when they get home – plus parents will have the perfect picture opportunities for the family album.

For those who love a bit of pampering the Spas at Bognor Regis and Skegness offer adults the chance to chill out whilst the kids are kept busy. Both have saunas, steam rooms and hydrospa as well a choice of treatments. Skegness also has a 20m pool whilst Bognor Regis has one of only two SnowCaves in the UK as well as an outdoor hot tub offer a comforting soak whilst listening to the sea lapping on the shore.

Guests can be confident of top class service at Butlins as the company won the Customer Service Employer of the Year Award 2009 which is awarded to companies with outstanding customer service delivery and experience demonstrated via their team development. The Customer Service Employer of the Year is awarded as part of the National Customer Service Awards.

Breaks for 2010 are priced from £199 for a family of four sharing a Silver self-catering apartments and includes half price discount on breaks booked before 28th February 2010. Call 0845 070 4730 or visit www.butlins.com to make a reservation.

Monday, 11 January 2010

'Stay-cation is here to stay' - Haven


‘THE Stay-cation is here to stay’ say Haven Holidays who have confirmed that early booking predictions indicate that even more people will be choosing the UK for their short breaks this year.

Value for money is the key issue for many people when it comes to choosing a holiday according to research by Britain’s leading family holiday park operator and Haven have responded to customer feedback by including even more activities in the cost of their holidays. .

This year Haven have included even more activities within the cost of the holiday making it much easier to budget.

The popular Learn2Swim sessions will be free of charge this year – giving all ages the chance to streamline their strokes and boost their confidence in the water. Even little ones can take part with special ‘Mother and Baby’ sessions.

Celebrating World Cup year, football coaching will be free giving Rooney-wannabees the chance to improve their technique. Other activities at no extra cost include ‘Wake and Shake’, Annabel’s Creative Kitchen, swimming sessions and use of the flumes and slides and the regular Kid’s clubs.

And entertainment is included with pantos, wrestling, circus performances, character shows and nightly music, dancing and cabaret.

Haven have some excellent early booking deals available with savings of up to 40% on the cost of Spring and early Summer breaks and up to 20% on school and Bank Holiday breaks.

Whilst it can be tempting to hang on for last minute bargains the chances are you won’t save much money – and you won’t get your first choice of destination and accommodation. Haven say, ‘With so many people booking in advance many popular dates are filling up fast. If you don’t have any flexibility with dates – or have set your heart on a particular destination you’ll need to book early.’

Prices currently start at as little as £129 for a four night Spring break for a family of four in ‘Superior’ accommodation at a choice of holiday parks including Caister, near Great Yarmouth, Devon Cliffs on the Jurassic coastline, Presthaven Sands, near Prestatyn and Craig Tara in Ayrshire. For bookings and details of other early booking offers click on www.haven.com or call 0871 230 1900.

Haven’s 20% school holidays discount ends on January 17th.

Escape the Triffids....

AT THE end of John Wyndham’s 1950s classic sci-fi novel The Day of the Triffids, shown on BBC TV over the New Year, the hero and heroine make their escape from the UK mainland and its man-eating plants to the safety of a new world colony on the Isle of Wight.

Half a century after the publication of the post-apocalyptic novel, the Island remains a safe haven for endangered flora and fauna and a holiday playground for the eco-orientated. Wightlink’s free, downloadable Rare Plant Trail guide is one way to check out the safe locations for wildlife and its Green Getaways eco-holiday hideaways provide rural accommodation close to the wild (0871 376 0013 www.wightlink.co.uk).

WHAT TO SEE ON THE ISLE OF WIGHT:

ENDANGERED CREATURES: the red squirrel is undoubtedly the most famous of many rare fauna that have sheltered on the Isle of Wight, safe from mainland predators. Others include the retiring dormouse, the water vole, the vulnerable Glanville Fritillary, an orange and brown chequered butterfly that has virtually disappeared from the UK and 12 of 15 British bat species - including the nationally rare Bechstein’s Bat.

RARE FLORA: Extra-ordinary plants like the Early Gentian, Toothwort and Narrow-leaved Lungwort are hidden away on the Isle of Wight – and Wightlink’s Rare Plant Trail blows the whistle on where to find them. The guide traces a route around the Isle of Wight to spotlight 20 of the UK’s most noteworthy plants in garden collections, nature reserves and wild Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Some close to extinction on the UK mainland, the plants featured range from some of the country’s largest trees to its tiniest flowering species. Many were chosen because they encourage rare wildlife, like the endangered red squirrel and dormouse and a tremendous variety of rare birds, insects and butterflies.

TWITCHERS: should flock to the Isle of Wight to see rare birds like the Corn Bunting (indigenous at south coast Whale Chine), the Dartford warbler, Nightjar, Water Rail and a host of Little Egrets. The Island’s top bird sanctuary is, unquestionably, the national nature reserve of Newtown Estuary, a north coast paradise for migrating birds like the Golden Plover and Great Crested Grebe.

WHERE TO STAY:

GOTTEN MANOR: Couples can stay in deepest countryside at his romantic stone manor house, located in a sheltered hollow at the foot of St. Catherine’s Down in the south of the island with only cows for neighbours. There are footpaths in all directions, a woodland copse with bats, badgers and buzzards within the grounds and the beaches of south coast Wight are just a few miles distance.

Three-night Wightlink Green Getaway ferry-inclusive weekend packages are available in February priced at £160 per person (arriving 5th, 12th, 19th or 26th February) or in May at £165 per person (arriving 7th, 14th or 28th May). All dates include car ferry crossings from either Portsmouth or Lymington.

MERSLEY FARM: Families can stay on the Isle of Wight’s famous Garlic Farm in one of six cottages created from traditional outbuildings around Mersley Farm in the Island’s rural heartland. Kiln Cottage faces the Downs and offers two spacious bedrooms as well as kitchen, dining area and living room. The surrounding area is ideal cycling and walking territory, and guests benefit from free WiFi internet access, use of a tennis court, and easy access to beaches and famous resort towns, including Sandown and Shanklin. However, the highlight is the onsite Garlic Farm shop – a great place to find fresh local produce and sample a diverse range of garlic products including elephant garlic, smoked garlic, pickles, relish, and even garlic honey! It is also a haven for wildlife including tame red squirrels.

Departing on 19th February, a three-night Wightlink Green Getaways holiday in Kiln Cottage, Mersley Farm costs £260 for a family of four – or £65 per person including self-catering accommodation and return car ferry crossings from Portsmouth or Lymington. Alternatively a three-night break in May (starting 21st May) costs £400 for four people – or £100 per person.

Thursday, 7 January 2010

Vauxhall Holiday Park's new brochure is out


VAUXHALL Holiday Park has just launched its 2010 brochure for those wanting all that is best in a British seaside holiday!

The 5 Star holiday park is situated in Great Yarmouth with its 15 miles of golden sandy beaches and many other attractions. It prides itself on catering for the needs of the modern holidaymaker - whatever their taste or budget.

Visitors can choose from a variety of luxury holiday homes accommodating up to eight people. New for 2010 is the ‘Falcon’, the ultimate in style and comfort for four people and designed to have a spacious and contemporary feel. It has a flat screen TV with Freeview, large dining area, ensuite master bedroom plus a further bathroom and fully equipped kitchen.

Prices for a week’s holiday start at £252, staying in the ‘Kingfisher’ which sleeps three, while a three night short break is available from £138.

Once at Vauxhall Holiday Park there is plenty to do, new attractions for 2010 are the Adventure Climbing Wall and Laser Skirmish.

There is also the fabulous Indoor Tropical Water World, darts, pool, snooker, short mat bowls, gymnasium, football, tennis, kwik cricket and electric go karts.

There are special facilities for children with Louie the Lion’s Kidz Club, while there are ‘Arty Kidz’ classes each afternoon and the Tiny Tots Club for the under fives.


For those wanting a break from cooking The Reedcutters Restaurant & Coffee Shop is open from 9.00am – 9.00pm seven days a week.
In addition four takeaway outlets offer burgers, fried chicken, kebabs, pizzas, jacket potatoes, fish & chips and fresh shellfish.

There is five star entertainment, at no extra cost, every night in the Regency Room while the new V-Lounge is for the over 18’s and has live music, discos and karaoke.

Vauxhall Holiday Park also has facilities for touring caravans, motor homes and campers.

For more information please telephone: 01493 857231or visit www.vauxhall-holiday-park.co.uk where a copy of the brochure can be downloaded.

Tuesday, 5 January 2010

Cornwall winter hotel sale

TREAT yourself to fantastic accommodation in Cornwall this winter - at incredibly reduced prices.
Wherever you choose to stay you’ll be sure of comfortable accommodation, top quality, freshly-cooked food, prepared with local ingredients, and a very warm Cornish welcome.

St Austell Brewery hotels and inns are located in some of Cornwall's most popular locations. With prices from as low as just £25 per night why not take this opportunity to spoil yourself and enjoy a short winter escape in Cornwall.

Some Participating Hotels include:
Harbour Inn, Porthleven - SALE price from just £30 room only (SAVING £45)
Hope and Anchor, Hope Cove - SALE price from just £35 room only (SAVING £30)
Old Success Inn, Sennen Cove - SALE price from just £25 room only (SAVING £35)
Port William, Trebarwith Strand - SALE price from just £35 room only (SAVING £15)
Rashleigh Arms, Charlestown - SALE price from just £35 (SAVING.£35)
Ship Inn, Mousehole - SALE price from just £25 room only (SAVING £40)

Visit www.staustellbrewery.co.uk/hotels/special-offers for details of all participating hotels. Go to www.staustellbrewery.co.uk/hotels for more details on each hotel.

Prices are per room per night, based on two people sharing a twin/double standard room, from 4 January to 28 February 2010.

Discount for early bookers extended

THE 15 per cent discount available at Vauxhall Holiday Park to anyone booking a week’s stay this year has been extended until 10 January!

The 5 star holiday park has a great choice of accommodation and facilities to suit all tastes and budgets and is situated in Great Yarmouth with its 15 miles of golden sandy beaches and many other attractions.

The V-Lounge, Falcon Range of accommodation, Adventure Climbing Wall and Laser Skirmish are all new for 2010, while visitors to Vauxhall Holiday Park can also enjoy the Indoor Tropical Water World, fully equipped gymnasium as well as football, tennis, adventure golf, kwik cricket, electric go-karts and much more.

There are a wide variety of luxury holiday homes available with prices for a week’s stay starting at £216* in the ‘Sandpiper’ which is ideal for a family of four, it has one double and one twin bedroom, a shower room, lounge and fully equipped kitchen.

For more information please call 01493 857231 or visit www.vauxhall-holiday-park.co.uk.