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Duinrell tent, mobile or bungalow ?

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loubylou66 Tue 16-Aug-11 13:17:59

Hoping to travel there next year. Just come back from camping and we all incl initially apprehensive DH loved it. Wondered what the keycamp/ eurocamp ready erected tents were like, especially in view of potentially dodgy dutch weather ? Also anyone stayed in a mobile there ? Have looked at the thomson alfresco ones and they look fab ? Read mixed reviews of euro/key camp mobiles regarding shabbyiness, poor standards of cleaning .Any advice much appreciated , louise

Decorhate Thu 18-Aug-11 07:17:35

Their own Dungalows are essentially large static mobile homes. We stayed in a mobile home with Selectcamp(basic & slightly dated but clean).

I found the site quite noisy so imagine it would be worse in a tent? A friend who did camp said the same & chose a Dungalow the second time!

Chopstheduck Thu 18-Aug-11 07:22:12

I think the duingalows are quite bit more expensive than booking with keycamp or eurocamp. I wouldn't personally stay in a tent. They always look a bit grotty and grubby. Another one to check is Selectcamp - I believe they are dutch and for this year we found them cheaper than keycamp and eurocamp.

We stayed at Duinrell with keycamp in a mobile home, and had a great time. The kids loved the funfair and the pool is really good too.

myron Thu 18-Aug-11 17:11:32

We did a last minute break at Duinrell last year with Keycamp and stayed in a 2 bed Vista Prestige mobile. First time, we had stayed in a mobile home so I had low expectations but I was impressed with its overall cleanliness. We did have a relatively new mobile home so maybe, it's pot luck. I also picked the highest range mobile home available at that time after deciding that it would be a false economy on our part to pick the cheapest.

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