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"This campsite is part of the Legoland Holiday Village, which…"
This campsite is part of the Legoland Holiday Village, which also has chalets and tents to rent. We were very impressed over-all. The campsite was clean, washrooms were immaculate and there were excellent playparks, mini-golf etc in the holiday village as well as being a 5 minute walk through the woods to Legoland. There is also a small paddling lake and beach which my 5 year old had a great time catching frogs in and cooling off. There is a restaurant within the campsite for breakfast/afternoon coffee/dinner which seemed reasonable (busy for breakfast though) and you could buy rolls which were freshly cooked and nice. Obviously there are various places to buy food in the park.
Downsides were that the shop in reception sold various lego toys/some toiletries etc but no groceries or camping equipment. The washrooms had only showers/sinks and no baby baths/family washrooms although they had a changing table in both male and female facilities.
We stayed for 3 nights and found it very relaxing to be able to spend part days in the park and come back to the campsite in the afternoon when the park was busy and the campsite quiet. Legoland was open till 9pm as it was summer, and 10pm on the Saturday for a concert and fireworks so we certainly felt we got our money's worth from our 60 euro (per person) season pass and 25 euro a night to camp.Read moreLess
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