Written on: 21/08/2005 by tweetypies (1 review written)
Very clean and tidy centre environment, relaxing enjoyable holiday.
Not Weststar's fault, local area location a bit remote if you don't have your own transport.
We stayed at Mullion in April 2005, and the weather during the day was lovely, however not Weststar's fault; the nights were freezing, we took our duvet and I would recommend this at this time of year. Our first impressions of the Centre were very friendly and welcoming. We had quite a lengthy wait for our accommodation, after travelling from Kent. However, the wait was worth it as the Caravan we had been allocated was very pleasant, clean and tidy. We particularly like the idea of parking next to your accommodation, always a bonus! The caravan was very comfortable, modern and well maintained. We are very particular about the cleanliness and comfort standard, and this did not disappoint. We explored the Holiday Centre, and it seemed very well presented and clean. I cannot comment however on the childrens facilities as we did not use them. The starlight club was a huge night club with very good entertainment from the "starlight Troupers", one in particular, a huge guy of 6ft 5" was extremely entertaining and very agile!!!
Only nausiating thing was the continual singing of the Weststar theme tune, and sadly you keep singing the damn thing for weeks after.... Sid the seagull, Lizzie the Lizard, wheres my gun? There was also entertainers that visited, we particularly remember a comedian called "Buster", he was very funny, and also a sixties group that were also very good. The Starlight Club also has quite a lot of area as non-smoking, which being non-smokers ourselves made the evenings very comfortable. We did experience the restaurant for breakfast, service a bit debatable as the Restaurant Manager was dressed extremely casually and kept forgetting to bring us what we had asked for and seemed generally on another planet, however the was food very nice and good value.
We enjoyed Mullion, the surrounding area "peninsular" was remote, but with some very lovely coastline. We visited Flambards which was a local attraction, a very enjoyable day, both for kids and adults, the enjoyment factor largely assisted by the discount vouchers we picked up from the local Tesco in Helston which were for local residents (well we was local for a week!) Lands End (lovely views breathtaking scenery, attractions a rip off). All in all a very enjoyable and relaxing holiday!