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Woolacombe area

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in UK Holidays, Days Out & Entertainments
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joshparker1911joshparker1911 Forumite
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edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in UK Holidays, Days Out & Entertainments
Looking to book a sun/break free holiday for the Woolacombe area. We've been twice before staying at Woolacombe sands and Woolacombe Bay. Really enjoyed Woolacombe Bay, especially the heated outdoor pool which my toddler loved. Looking at the sun there isn't any £15 only dates for Woolacombe Bay so it got me looking at their sister parks, golden coast and Twitchen house both who have dates in June . Has anybody visited and could give me somw comparison/advice. Reviews seem okay for all three just wondered if anybody had any personal experience. Any help would be much appreciated.

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    Looking to book a sun/break free holiday for the Woolacombe area. We've been twice before staying at Woolacombe sands and Woolacombe Bay. Really enjoyed Woolacombe Bay, especially the heated outdoor pool which my toddler loved. Looking at the sun there isn't any £15 only dates for Woolacombe Bay so it got me looking at their sister parks, golden coast and Twitchen house both who have dates in June . Has anybody visited and could give me somw comparison/advice. Reviews seem okay for all three just wondered if anybody had any personal experience. Any help would be much appreciated.

    So you thought Woolacombe Bay was the best out of the two?

    I don't have any advice to be honest, but was looking at the same last night x
    With love, POSR <3
  • joshparker1911joshparker1911 Forumite
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    Yes we preferred Woolacombe Bay over sands, just a fresher more up to date park and caravan and the heated pool and slide were a winner with my little lad. But when we went to Woolacombe sands we did take the dog so probably got put in a worse caravan for that reason.
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    alexdpalexdp Forumite
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    Have been to twitchen house a couple of times, it's the first one you get to, so easy for a day out. The cinema I thought was excellent, perhaps surprisingly.

    Accommodation is a mix of old and new, so had an new "silver" caravan on promotion with central heating, double glazing, etc and an old "gold" caravan most recently, single glazed, bedroom fans and and thus a little chilly the end of October.

    Having walked past all of them, none are obviously poor or the best holiday park anywhere in the world, so I'd go on which ones have the facilities you are after and it will be fine.
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