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TESTIMONIALS

THANK YOU LETTER RE THE CLASSIC CAR SHOW

DATE OF VISIT 26-09-2013

Maureen and Alan Best  - holiday home owners would like to thank the organisers of the Church Field event.

LETTER FROM HOLIDAY HOME OWNER

DATE OF VISIT 16-04-2013

We would like to thank you and your staff for all the help and kindness they have given/shown us in removing our old caravan and setting up the new one. Not least was the wonderful work done by the site supervisors in helping us remove flood water. Needless to say, turning our water tap off has become top priority each time we leave. We are delighted with our new caravan and the excellent facilities it offers.  

REVIEW FROM UKCAMPSITES

DATE OF VISIT 27-03-2013

Camper visited in August 2012;

This is our third year of spending 5 weeks of the summer in our caravan at Beeston Regis, some may think that pitch 13 would be unlucky, oh how wrong they would be! Most of the pitches are nice and large, and relatively flat, water and waste points are never far away and you are usually able to see the sea. This isn’t the cheapest site in the area but the fact that we keep going back must say something. The site is always very well kept and tidy. It’s always been a quite site and if there is any noise late evening time, the warden deals with it very swiftly. The rest of the staff really put themselves out during our stay this year when there was a huge storm that literally tore tents and awnings apart ! There must have been 3 or 4 of them helping everyone to collect their belongings and pack away in safety, it was actually comical (after the clear up was done) how wet and dirty they all got, especially since most of them weren’t on duty. 10/10 for customer service then. The beach is literally a stone’s throw away, down some steps at one end of the site and this is one of the attractions for us. Once on the beach it’s about a 10 minute walk into Sherringham with its many pubs and cafes. If you are feeling brave you can go the opposite way and walk to Cromer but it will take you around 45 minutes. A walk up “Beeston Bump” is worth the effort as well for the views. There’s loads to do and see around this area and we always come back after the 5 weeks annoyed that we have forgotten to do so many things ! The only slight negative we have, and it is slight, is that the toilet and shower blocks aren’t as modern as on some of the other local sites. That said they are usually clean enough and I believe that the owners have to move them during the closed season so are unable to build a brick toilet block. We did mention last year that there wasn’t always hot water and the management obviously listen to comments because it has been sorted for this season. I can’t praise this site enough, so much so that we are going to have 6 to 8 weeks there next season. I can’t wait.