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Lookout Holiday Park

Corfe Road, Wareham BH20 5AZ England
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#14 of 23 Speciality lodging in Wareham
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Sam C wrote a review Sep 2021
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Absolutely vile company. Complaint was send back August after we had a week family holiday and still no response after sending multiple emails. Caravans are dirty and run down. Ants everywhere, smelt like dog wee. Don’t waste your money with awful place.
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
Sharon wrote a review May 2021
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Well I can't rate the site because I won't be going there, purely because of the stinking attitude of the receptionist. I asked if there was access to the forest and she replied "if you want the forest, book Wareham Forest or Birchwood Campsites". I asked the price of a 12 night stay, she said it's £37 a night. Oh, I'll work that out then shall I?! What pitch numbers do you have available please so that I can look them up on your map? "What ones do you want?" Oh, so you have lots available do you? "Yes". All in an 'I don.t want to be here' attitude and tone. Put me off completely. I have stayed at Wareham Forest and it is fantastic but full. We have not been to Birchwood but they have availability, it looks lovely and they are extremely polite and helpful on the phone. We will be going there!!!
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Date of stay: May 2021
Paul S wrote a review May 2021
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Spoke to a lady on the phone earlier and she was really rude and patronising. Not friendly at all put me off straight away. Will not be booking a stay based on this. Need to look into your customer service skills i think.
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Date of stay: May 2021
michael H wrote a review Oct 2020
Birmingham, United Kingdom50 contributions33 helpful votes
In mid October 2019 we were told we had 3 weeks to leave our campsite due to it being sold for redevelopment to lodges. We were desperate to find a new seasonal home for us and the caravan, so we went to the Lookout who along with other caravaners they took us in and were very Helpful in us and a few others moving the 4 miles to their site. Over the winter we wondered if we had done the right move and of course we all had Covid and lockdown to contend with. The Lookout opened mid July with restrictions NO facilities open (,laundrette,play areas showers and toilets closed ) taps and bins were sanitised regularly this has worked well and given us our own bubble and a chance of near normal life. There is a small well stocked shop at the site entrance, a bus sop by the site and Wareham is only 1 mile away. The lookout has looked after us very well regarding Covid and done their best to keep us safe and give us the opportunity to enjoy life and also it seems most people also acted responsibly with distancing. The site is clean and tidy with well spaced pitches we made the right decision to come here so a BIG thank you to the lookout staff .
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Date of stay: July 2020
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John Roberts wrote a review Jul 2020
Dorchester, United Kingdom4 contributions
I visited the Lookout Park on Friday 3rd July, with a view to purchase one of the residential homes as advertised on billboards outside the park. After looking at various homes I decided to look around the park, to see the standard that is kept. I noticed a rat moving around a building that the park owners have labelled as a games room. At the back of this building I found an horrific sight of rubbish, microwaves, debris that had obviously been put there by the site workers as it was in a locked enclosure. The rat had managed to elude me but I can only assume that it came from this area, due to the filthy and disgusting state it had been left in. How the park home owners put up with such disregard for basic hygiene and organisation I do not know and after viewing this debacle, I have no further interest in purchasing a home from John Romans. I have attached pictures as I feel it is in everyone's best interest to do so, especially as the site also serves as a holiday site, which I believe will be able to take visitors from the 11th July (sign on office door). There was no-one on site to speak to, despite being early afternoon. However, due to the overall condition of the park, I doubt very much that my concerns would have been dealt with correctly.
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Date of stay: June 2020
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Trip type: Travelled on business
Room Tip: Don't waste your time, money & effort
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United KingdomEnglandDorsetWareham
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Frequently Asked Questions about Lookout Holiday Park
Which popular attractions are close to Lookout Holiday Park?
Nearby attractions include Dorset Adventure Park (4.1 km), Durdle Door & White Nothe Circular Walk (7.7 km), and Farmer Palmer's Farm Park (7.1 km).
Is parking available at Lookout Holiday Park?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Lookout Holiday Park?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Pink Goat, AllStars Sports Bar & Cafe, and The Italian Kitchen.
Are there any historical sites close to Lookout Holiday Park?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Tyneham (6.8 km) and Clavell Tower (7.0 km).