Oasis Holiday Village (Penrith, England) Reviews
Newest Review: ... with machines, pool and ten-pin bowling, gift shops, cinema, theatre, bars and the amazing World of Water which contains the best outdoor rapid slide, wave machine, indoor rapids and jacuzzis that I've experienced. The World of Water is well heated and very clean with plenty of places to sit and relax if you don’t want to swim or go on the rapids. Other Facilities: There is a traditional pub, with food and entertainments such as a quiz night, a small animal compound, a massive country club where you can play just about every indoor/outdoor sport that you can think of, a skating rink, children's adventure playgrounds, off-s... more
Customer Oasis Holiday Village (Penrith, England) Reviews (7)
by - written on 30/07/02, updated on 30/07/02
could not fault it - Advantages: surprisingly cheap - Disadvantages: none
by - written on 30/09/01, updated on 30/09/01 (Very useful, 3748 readings)
Situated just off the A66 near Penrith (M6 - Junction 40), Oasis Holiday Village is set in 400 acres of forest in the Lake District. It is a beautiful, enclosed, safe environment, and the accommodation and facilities are outstanding. Accommodation: Lodges are placed in 'clusters' throughout the forest, and range from a one bed apartment to a four bed luxury timber house with galleried landing, 2/3 bathrooms (some with whirlpool baths), microwave, dishwasher, washer-dryer, satellite telly, log fire, lovely decor and patio with barbecue, as well as all the usual utilities you would expect. If you pay extra for a VIP package, you not only get the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/06/01, updated on 16/06/01 (Useful, 4455 readings)
My family decided to try the Oasis leisure park after visiting Centreparcs for several previous years.We are a normal family with 3 kids, 2 parents & 2 grandparents. Just to be fair straight away, we went shortly after Oasis opened & were always going to compare it with Centreparcs. The first thing that struck us were Centreparcs accomodation blends into the forest, the log cabins at Oasis were in your face,it looked like a town in the middle of a wood!Inside the cabins was beautiful & roomy.Also on the plus side was the leisure pool which was well laid out & full of little cubby holes with kids sections scattered everywhere. The down side with this idea is that ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/06/01, updated on 05/06/01 (Very useful, 1657 readings)
Oasis in March 2001 - observations and tips. I've been to Oasis twice now, most recently earlier this year, so read on to find out what is the good, the not so good....and the bad, at Oasis. ~~~~Where it is and how to get there~~~~ Near Penrith in Cumbria. It's advertised as being by the Lake District, which is correct, since its not actually in it, but you could always do a half day trip into the "Lakes District", as Tony likes to call it, if you wanted to. Penrith is at the northern edge of the Lakes, so if you are travelling from the south, its a day's drive. Penrith also has a train station and the taxi journey from the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/05/01, updated on 01/05/01 (Useful, 283 readings)
We also went to Oasis in January this year and loved it. It was perfect for us Londoners to get away from the noise and hectic way of life here. We decided to go in January and even though it was cold and damp every day we still thoroughly enjoyed it as the swimming pool is indoors with plenty of things to do and several other indoor activities (bowling, cinema, sports, etc) but we also enjoyed walks through the forest in the beautiful fresh air. If you wrap up warm enough it's perfect. We booked the VIP accommodation and that included a double jacuzzi bath, a fully-equipped kitchen (not that we did any cooking) and a beautiful lakeside location. If you ... Read the complete review
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