I recently visited the Torquay Caravan Park with friends for a cycling trip and stayed in one of the glamping pods. Fantastic location, nestled in a private area behind the dunes, and super comfy. The management were kind enough to securely store our hire bikes overnight after we'd checked out, which helped out enormously. Thank you for a wonderful stay! 😃
Our 3 day stay in the caravan park was certainly tainted by the dogmatic and unbending receptionist we encountered when we checked in. Whilst the caravan park was nearly empty, as it was midweek and off season we asked if we could park two cars in our allocated parking bay.The answer 'regulations state' only one car per site.We even offer to pay for an additional car space inside the very empty park. We read 'the said regulations'as supplied,no regulation that we could find ,stated one car per site. I could totally understand if it was peak season with a full park. At 60 plus years of age.I don't need nor do I welcome hostile reception staff. Had we have been able to get a refund on the paid accommodation, we would have left then and there.We won't be back.
A fiend and I came here for the weekend. When deciding where to book, our cabin was the last availability anywhere in Torquay for this weekend. We weren’t expecting much, boy were we surprised. We are in love with this place. Excellent value for money. Perfect location We will be back!!
Stayed here with the family for 7 nights in a deluxe cabin. Great cabin, spacious and the park has great facilities. Plenty for the kids to do (playground and pillow), beach is next door and the location is a short walk to town. Opposite the caravan park are dinning options (A Pub, A Brewery, Fish and chips etc) and cafes. Five to 10 mins walk are plenty of more dining options that never failed. Definitely recommend.
$65 for one person for one night could suggest a quality experience. No so here. I have just completed a 6,800k road trip staying in van parks. This was the most expenvive with the van site half the size of the average park site. Also, toilets are so small one has to lean back over the bowl to be able to close and open the cubicle door.