Holiday park East Midlands

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8 holiday park England, East Midlands

 
 

Reviews for holiday parks in East Midlands

Other, October 2013
"Facilities not as described"about Arties Mill Lodge
Hermitage family
Appreciation
3.0

23/10/2013 My primary word for Arties mill lodge is disapointing. My family and I had travelled a long distance, we had booked this lodge with the knowledge...Read more

With partner, June 2011
Kris
Appreciation
1.0

24/09/2011 Finally I managed to find some time to write a review about this awful place. I should do that earlier maybe some people wouldn't regret staying...Read more

With partner, September 2011
Carol A Holmes
Appreciation
1.0

06/09/2011 Very noisy, room and bathroom not very clean. shower could not be used because of broken screen, no bath just a wash basin. TV in room did not work....Read more

Friends, Febuary 2011
"Great!"about The Windmill
Anne Wales
Appreciation
0.0

23/02/2011 Morcott windmill is a fantastic place to stay! We went for a long weekend in February 2011 when the weather could have been better - it was foggy...Read more

With partner, December 2010
"Not a hotel"about The Old Pheasant
Julie french
Appreciation
6.0

11/01/2011 Adequate for the price, quite noisy and too near the main road. Food was overpriced for pub food. Our room was clean but badly needed decorating. ...Read more

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