Villages & Resorts in Cornwall in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... acceptable to any star rating. The shower is dangerous. I got scalded twice because it either runs hot (very hot) or cold (very cold). Internet access is available but only if you sit outside the office in your car. The 'games room' include a table tennis table, some old damp books and a few 1970s original sofas. It is dark and miserable in there. I have to say, the gardens are lovely but to do any washing, you have to trek up a large amount of very slippery steps to another shed that is called the laundry room. The kitchenette is poorly stocked. The chance of doing any cooking is limited because the pans are very old and EVERYthing sti... more
Customer Villages & Resorts in Cornwall in general Reviews (6)
by - written on 19/05/13 (Very useful, 66 readings)
Just got back from Little Orchard Village in St Agnes and I am so glad to be home. We booked a holiday chalet but we actually got a shed with a bed. This is a very tired and dated site and the Manager, Jon, is not very helpful at all. On the other hand, his brother Pete is brilliant but he is treated like a skivvy. The bed was damp and the mattress was far too old to be acceptable to any star rating. The shower is dangerous. I got scalded twice because it either runs hot (very hot) or cold (very cold). Internet access is available but only if you sit outside the office in your car. The 'games room' include a table tennis table, some old damp books ... Read the complete review
by me - written on 10/03/09
Little Orchard holiday village Rocky Lane St Agnes....... A whole lot better than camping! Yes its a bit basic...but for the price (equivalent to a camping pitch) you get a whole lot more for your money. A roof, a shower (if you plump for one of the larger cabins!) a loo of your own...kitchenette ...bed......fridge and tv! Its amazing they've managed to fit it all in as the cabins are not really much bigger than a tent! They are set in a very pretty and peaceful, well tended valley with plenty of space for the kids to run around. And there arent too many of them either, un-like those soulless fields of caravans run by big companies. It's Just a 5 minute ... Read the complete review
by malcolm - written on 25/05/07
ONE place I would not recommend to a sole, is a place called 'Little Orchard Village' the brothers that run it are like chalk and cheese, one of them was not very helpful when my wife complained, the company called them chalets myself called the shacks, they look like over grown sheds. we have two settees in the living area, one was a put-you-up which we had to put pillows and blankets under the cushions just to seat on as you just sink down into the almost end up sitting on the floor, and the other one was so hard blankets had to be put under the cushion because it was so hard, we had a shower in the shack which my wife took one look to the shower mat and said she ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/02/06 (Very useful, 950 readings)
Budemeadows Touring Park, Cornwall. Budemeadows Touring Park, Widemouth Bay, Bude, Cornwall. EX23 0NA. Telephone: 01288 361646 Fax: 01288 361646 Email: email@example.com Prices. Nightly 1st January to 25th May & 4th September to 31st December. Adults. (over 14) £3.90/night.. Children. (3 to 14) £1.95/night. Dogs. £1.50. Electric Hook-up. £3.00. 5th June 13th July. Adults. (over 14) £6.90/night. Children. (3 to 14) £3.45/night. Dogs. £2.00. Electric Hook-up. £2.75. 26th may to 4th June & 14th July to 3rd ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/06/01, updated on 28/06/01 (Very useful, 134 readings)
I am not 100% sure that this is going into the right category, and if it isn’t then you have my sincere apologies. I looked under Cornwall and there were several options such as restaurants/shopping, etc but nothing that I thought this would go under. Therefore I have opted for this one, resorts and villages in Cornwall. This is a particular resort I would like to write about because when we were searching for this kind of holiday there was very little information to be had. I guess you will only be interested in this op if you are looking for somewhere in Cornwall to go trial biking. Believe me, I can think of no better place than Colwith ... Read the complete review
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