by darren b - written on 07/06/12
Yabadabadoos at chapel st leonords what a rip off Thay inflate the price at the till item said £4 got to till told me it was £7 now reported to trading standards don't use bab service will never use again.
by - written on 08/06/10 (Very useful, 326 readings)
Chapel St Leonards is a quite coastal resort on the lincolnshire coast.It is only about 15 minutes drive from the famouse Skegness (aka Costa del Skeg !) and Mablethorpe. It is easily reachable from anywhere in the uk and promises an ideal break for all. Chapel St Leonards is a quiet and peaceful holiday place, bringing back ... Read the complete review
by Joey Goodrich - written on 28/09/09
Chapel St Leonards is a traditional resort so your expectations should not be set too high. That said it really does have something for everyone, families, couples or individuals. We stay at a lovely chalet on just off Trunch Lane run by Chapel St Leonards Chalets (who have a website of the same name)which is clean very modern and excellent value for money, sited in a quiet but well placed holiday park near to the beach, Tropicanna night club and the village. Good for a short break to a week.
by phil - written on 18/01/09
we love csl we go has often has we can. my husband has many happy childhood memories of csl ,his grandparants having a changing tent errected on the beach amongst the sand dunes and the coffee bar oppisite millers amusements and just topside of the coffee bar was some toilets.Hoping to retire out on the lovely coast of csl when the housing market picks up ,will be holidaying their again you never feel a stranger with the lovely folk from csl DONT KNOCK IT TRY IT you will be amazedkath and phil
by - written on 11/01/09 (Very useful, 349 readings)
There are two main areas to chapel st leonards. The first area is the village and the second is holidaymakers area where the caravans sites are. *Firstly the village* The set out of the village is based around a tradional village green. Around the green is some shops, a large co-op (which has cash machines) and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/08/08 (Useful, 111 readings)
I've always loved Chapel St Leonards, I got took there with my grand parents, every year, and we stayed on King's chalet and caravan park in a chalet. It nice and quite, unfortunately we don't go any more, but when I last went they has just build Tropicana land which is all orange, it does like very exciting tho, and on the other side is ... Read the complete review
by pgtom - written on 26/07/08
chapel st leonards nice place club tropicana is just a bingo hall with second rate entertainers who totally ignore family's having spent alot of time travling the country i can say with authority that this is the worst place i have been i was charged forty five pounds for a week for admission for me my partner and 3 children only to sit ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/06/08 (Very useful, 2800 readings)
The only dilemma i have had so far with this review is how to start it!!! If you only knew how passionate i am about this place you would understand. I will start by saying since my birth ( a few years ago!!!!), i have only missed out on three years of my beloved holiday of choice, Chapel st Leonard's. Twice in my teens, when ... Read the complete review