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Hove Lagoon

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Hove Lagoon

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Ian S wrote a review Feb. 2021
West Sussex, United Kingdom46 contributions42 helpful votes
I thought the staff were very good but let down by stupid people all standing around and far too near the service hatch not wearing masks. If you are ordering coffee or food you should have the common sense to wear a mask and that should be enforced by the cafe owners. No mask or we wont serve. Very busy yesterday with far too many families out with children. Felt unsafe
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Date of experience: February 2021
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Phil K wrote a review Sep. 2020
United Kingdom8 contributions2 helpful votes
A Iovely location in Hove Very peaceful and calming Great for children and adults Highly recommended
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Michael S wrote a review Jan. 2020
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Located at the far end of Hove. Hove lagoon is popular with a lot of locals, very popular with families as there is the Big beach cafe and next to it a large children's park and skate park. The lagoon itself offers everything for the water sport enthusiast of all ages.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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martin s wrote a review Sep. 2019
Worthing, United Kingdom74 contributions28 helpful votes
For water 'sports' fanatics this is a bit tame....but great for the beginner. There are sailing dinghies, paddle skies, granny paddle boats and a great zip line for board triers. All equipment is provided (wetsuits etc) but it's not cheap but worth the try out. The lagoon is large and a good walk round next to the beach. Nearby, within 50m are jumping castles / slides and trampolines. Bit on the expensive side for 10 minutes but a magnet for the kids. There's even an outdoor gym for the physically sensitive??? Even better is the shallow paddle pool and play park for the toddlers! Hours of pleasure for the little guys and exhausting supervision for the grannies! A really good range cafe is immediately nearby for some calory relief (see review). A great venue on a sunny day for a full blast of energy depleting kids entertainment
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Sammy wrote a review Sep. 2019
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We stopped here for burgers and wine one warm sunny evening. Ordering wine was interesting; At the bar area, the first staff member told us he wasn't serving, the next started to take our order but then told us they couldn't serve wine and the third, when asked for a Chardonnay (on the wine menu) asked if it was a wine, then was it a white wine, then told us they didn't serve it and only had one wine which they held up to us to see. We gave in and had whatever that was! Outside is so run down, the tables were dirty and wobbly, the grass area is unloved and uncared for with tufts of grass amongst earth. Whoever owns this has no money or just doesn't care. Oh...I think they do have a bit of money to spend but choose not to!!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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