Hemsby Beach Holiday Village (Norfolk) Reviews
Newest Review: ... the price of the chalet, and we had to buy cards that were available in £1 and £5 denominations. The receptionist (have I mentioned how helpful she was) had already advised to only buy £1 cards and that any we didn't use would be refunded, but we only used £4 worth over the whole 4 nights. ===The Facilities=== I'm going to start this section with the only downsides to Hemsby Beach Holiday Village, and that is that as this is a self-catering site, I would have expected there to be a shop at the very least and probably somewhere to get something to eat. Unfortunately, there isn't a shop on site, not even anywhere to buy toilet roll (which... more
Customer Hemsby Beach Holiday Village (Norfolk) Reviews (1)
by - written on 28/10/10 (Very useful, 630 readings)
When booking our 'Sun' holiday, we knew the area we wanted to visit, but not really which park and so looked for Holiday Camps that included a free entertainment pass in the price. We were actually very lucky and were allocated a two bedroom chalet at Hemsby Beach Holiday park, in (believe it or not), Hemsby near Great Yarmouth, Norfolk. I say lucky because there were only the three of us, myself, my partner and 6 month old Freddy so we were expecting a one bedroom chalet. Before I go any further, I will point out that this review is based on our four night stay at this holiday camp in October 2010, which was off-season and so the camp was quite ... Read the complete review
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