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OrchidFlakes Fri 29-Apr-16 14:04:50

We have 7-10 days in early June , we want a beach, a pool, access to a theme park or good beach front rides for toddlers, self catering accommodation but not precious about what it is but not camping, we're based in the south east but happy to travel...
Any suggestions?

ZenasSuitcases Fri 29-Apr-16 22:41:59

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Misty9 Sat 30-Apr-16 08:23:36

North Norfolk? Our friends have a static at Kelling heath site and rate it. Or lots of self catering accommodation available. Holkham hall has a beautiful beach and amazing adventure playground. There are some cute little seaside places too.

CuntingDMjournos Sat 30-Apr-16 08:30:37

Watermouth castle in Devon ticks all your boxes. It's a very old fashioned theme park with lovely gardens, perfect for toddlers and beach on your doorstep and loads to do for little ones in the area

CuntingDMjournos Sat 30-Apr-16 08:32:27

Ps you stay in the castle and have private access to the grounds of the theme park in the evening, an evening walk to say good night to the gnomes is fab. The accommodation is a bit old fashioned looking but perfectly clean and charming IMO. No wifi in the apartments themselves last year though

OrchidFlakes Sat 30-Apr-16 09:53:28

We've done Kelling Heath Misty and it is fab! I like the sound of watermouth castle!

Is blue stone like centre parcs? We're a bit over centre parcs...

Frazzled2207 Sat 30-Apr-16 10:10:35

Was going to suggest bluestone too.
Yes like CP but nicer, it's in a lovely area so more geared up to letting you explore it rather than staying on site the whole time.
The theme park near by, Folly Farm, plus local beaches are FAB.

UntilTheCowsComeHome Tue 03-May-16 19:35:12

Butlins Minehead?

Lots for little ones to do including old fashioned funfair, indoor rides and indoor soft play all included in the price.

Right on a lovely beach and there is loads to do in and around Minehead.

Dunster Castle
Tropicquaria
Exmoor
Steam railway

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