Hoburne Holiday Parks (England) Reviews
Newest Review: ... an additional 450 caravans and motorhomes. The site operates a strict no tent, no pup tent, no trailer tent policy in addition to very specific pitching instructions. The pitches are all very generously proportioned with ample space between each. The site boasts a well stocked Costcutter general store offering the essentials at reasonable prices although there is a large Tesco 3 miles away in New Milton. The launderette is open from 8:30am until 8pm and is token operated meaning a 200m walk to reception before you start. There were plenty of machines available throughout, not surprising at £2.75 a load and 50p for 5 minutes dryin... more
Customer Hoburne Holiday Parks (England) Reviews (5)
by - written on 01/11/09 (Very useful, 425 readings)
Hoburne - Bashley Park, New Forest At the time of booking our key priority was a dog friendly self-catering accomodation that accepted pets and was available at a weeks notice for October Half Term. Clearly with such little notice almost anything was considered. Static caravans weren't high on our list but they were the affordable option and the only one under £2000. We rented privately but paid £23.50 direct to Bashley Park for use of all the additional facilities. On arrival we drove down a well maintained long tree lined private lane with multiple zebra crossings past a golf course, tennis courts, a crazy golf course and large ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/07/09 (Very useful, 318 readings)
We are - my Gran (79), Mum (54), Sister (27), Me (33) and my 18 month old son. We go away every year but since having my son we've found it harder to find a hotel to accomodate us cheaply enough so this year we opted for a 3 bedroom caravan at Hoburne Naish which is just outside Christchurch. Location - Just off the A35 on the A337 outside New Milton. Within walking distance is a tesco metro (20 mins walk) in the village of Highcliffe. There is a bus service just outside the park that takes you in to Bournemouth (although haven't used it). The park is situated on a cliff edge (you can see where some of the park has, at some time, fallen in to the sea). ... Read the complete review
by Amanda - written on 04/02/09
On arrival we were warmly and efficiently greeted by the park management and directed to our lodge, and what a lodge!! Total home from home comforts with everything you need. We were 4 adults staying in one lodge and there was plenty of room. The decor is simple but tasteful and everything was spotless. The site itself has a golf course, several good walks and a brilliant traditional games room. If you want noisy clubhouses then don't go but if you want to escape for some peace and tranquility then give it a try, I don't believe you will be disappointed. We went in the middle of December but plan to go again in the warmer weather too. If you don't fancy ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/06/08 (Useful, 422 readings)
Hoburne is a great holiday with a total of 7 parks around the south west of the country. These are: Hoburne Bashley in Hampshire, Hoburne Naish in Hampshire, Hoburne Park in Dorset, Hoburne Cotswold in Gloucestershire, Hoburne Torbay in Devon, Hoburne Blue Anchor in Somerset and Hoburne Doublebois in Cornwall. Hoburne offer a variety of accomidation ranging from camping and caraving to staying in chalets, lodges and apartments. They're a great family company as most of their parks are child friendly and they all have a lot of childrens entertainment. This is mostly in the form of 3 characters (people in suits) Sammy the Seahorse, Tommy the Turtle and Larry the Lobster. . Read the complete review
by - written on 01/07/00, updated on 01/07/00 (Useful, 712 readings)
Part of the Hoburne group, this is a large campsite near to Swindon. In addition to the touring pitches there are static caravans and wooden lodges, but these are well separated from the touring units. Pitches are all on hard-standing and are very regimented, but when we visited there were quite a few tents and motorhomes which broke the monototy that would have occurred with all the caravans and awnings in line. There are several toilet and shower blocks all in good condition, and frequent water and waste points. There are two bars, a snack bar, games room, TV and evening entertainment for adults and children. Outside there are tennis courts, a childrens play ... Read the complete review
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