Harts Holiday Village (Isle of Sheppey, England) Reviews
Newest Review: ... year in upgrading it's facilities. It's nothing amazing overall but we weren't ever short of things to do in our 7 day stay. The staff are averagely polite and useful. This year they had done a big revamp of the reception/bar/cafe/swimming pool area. The swimming pool This consists of three small pools. One is a spar that only over 14 year olds are allowed in due to the chemicals apparently. There is a combination of two small pools linked together one higher than the other with a short slide (4ft) inbetween them and it's a nice warm bath temperature all the time. There is a slightly bigger pool (but still small if you're used... more
Customer Harts Holiday Village (Isle of Sheppey, England) Reviews (1)
by - written on 03/09/08 (Very useful, 162 readings)
We've been to this holiday caravan park now for 4 years in a row. Our prime reason for staying in this particular one is that it is near relations so it combines two things into one for us. Getting to the Isle of Sheppey was pretty straightforward for us as it's just off the motorway and well sign posted. Over the last couple of years the island has had a lot of money spent on access to it as it's had a massive new bridge built to get to it. Previously one had to queue to go over a much smaller bridge that could be raised to let shipping through, so there could be a good 1/4hr wait at times and rush hour well don't go there! Having got onto the ... Read the complete review
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