Back from Weymouth - Haven at Littlesea

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  1. ourcampersbeentrashed

    ourcampersbeentrashed Funster

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    Hi everyone

    Hope you are all having a wonderful time

    Just back from Weymouth. We stayed at Haven Littlesea on their touring site. Got a great deal with a seaview pitch Monday to Friday for £156 which was an excellent price when we found out some had paid in excess of £450 for the same stay 24-28 August 2009. The sea lagoon we overlooked was not suitable for swimming and bathing was forbidden.

    There were some wonderful activities for our son, most of which had to be paid for

    He did waterwalking, aqua jets and scuba diving. There were many he wanted to do but most activities were fully booked before we even arrived.

    We gave out motorhome fun leaflets to motorhomers.

    The weather was dreadful - we had a choice of very high winds or storm apart from when Maurice visited - we are sure he brought us a ray of sunshine.

    A big thank you to OLD-MO. It was wonderful to meet Maurice and his wife and we had two enjoyable visits from them where we sat and chatted and just enjoyed.

    The touring site is within the Haven complex and your haven funpasses are included. Jan and Ken the touring staff had one hell of a job - and I did not envy them one bit, they worked tirelessly to keep the sinks and toilets clean and security on site was very good. If you have disabilities and are considering visiting you MUST speak to the reception and security staff. They will do anything from reserving a table in the clubhouse for wheelchair users and those who cant stand for long, they will arrange buggy transportation from your motorhome to anywhere on site. The local cab service into weymouth only charges £5 each way which was far cheaper than two adults and two children going in on the bus that also stops inside the park.

    We did however find the 6 hour journey there and the 8 hour journey back exhausting.


    Hope wherever you are, you are having a "funster" time wishing everyone a safe and enjoyable bank holiday xxxxxxx
     
  2. old-mo

    old-mo Funster Extra Special Life Member

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    Hi all,,
    Glad you got home ok,, it was great to meet you at long last, and thanks for the beer and chat.. :thumb:

    Hope you get the tv sorted,, and hope to catch you at a rally or site in the not to distant future.

    Take Care..

    Regards to you all.

    Maurice & Judy..
    XXX
     
  3. haganap

    haganap Funster Life Member

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    sounds great Gail;.
     
  4. staging lady

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    Sounds as if you all had a great time!
    You all deserve it after what you've been through.

    Lucille
     
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