Written on: 06/04/2013 by Ruddle71 (1 review written)
Went at easter for 3 day break, we had a budget caravan as only had limited funds ...apart from being freezing at night (should of upgraded to a heated bedroom caravan) it was really good. Staff were really helpful and park was spotless. Will def go back.... when its warmer!!! ;) (read more)
Written on: 12/09/2012
STAYED IN A BRONZE CARAVAN, IT WAS CLEAN AND TIDY,BUT WE PAID FOR DECKING SO OUR DOG WOULD BE SAFE,THERES NO GATE ON THEM WHICH TO ME IS A BIT POINTLESS.IT WAS RAINING WHEN WE GOT THERE,THERE WAS DOOR MAT OUTSIDE,BUT NOT ONE INSIDE,SO THE FLOOR ENDED UP FILTHY,WE USED A DUSTER TO SOAK UP THE RAIN. SITE ITSELF WAS CLEAN AND OK.THE SITE SEEMED TO BE MASSIVE WITH ALL THE CAMPING,BUT CLUBHOUSE AND ARCADE SEEMED TOO SMALL. THOUGHT THE IDEA OF BUS TAKING YOU TO OTHER SITES AND BEACH WAS GREAT SO... (read more)
Written on: 18/04/2012
we have just came back from Twitchen park where i have been going since it was a Hobourne holiday camp (20 years plus) we was so disappointed in the caravan it was dirty with cobwebs in there ok it was a budget caravan but still they should at least give it a good clean the lino was ripped as you walked in the shower wouldn't stop up and the TV channels were none existent. we went down the club one night and there was no seats everything was sticky the beer was flat!!!! Woolacombe its self... (read more)
Written on: 03/06/2011 by smithpooh (1 review written)
This was the second year we have visited Twitchen and on both occaions I have had to complain about the cleanliness of the caravan. The first year we had a basic van but this year we had a Trinidad and found that the twin room had not even been cleaned as there was a pink ribbon on the floor along with two clothing loops and a 10p piece and the mattress had bits all over it. There was a hair in the shower, the headboard in the double room was thick with dust and one glass in the kitchen had... (read more)
Written on: 20/05/2011
We went here in may 2011,we stayed in a bronze caravan,when we arrived my white soks were filthy from just walking along the floor.Then the gas fire would not work and there was no hot water so we went to reception and complained and they said someone would be coming.2 hours later no one had came we complained again and this time someone came within 30 mins.next was the entertainment me and my dada went to see "twitchens got talent" but 40 mins after it was meant to start there was... (read more)
Written on: 18/09/2010 by Martina Ansbro (1 review written)
Just got back from a fantasic Holiday for x2 Children aged 5 & 7 years for 7 Days in Twitchen House- Stayed in the Primrose which was very clean and tidy
The walk to the beach was lovely the kids loved it, we purchased a Local Walking map from the tourist information and together with a packed lunch walked differenct routes everyday to the beach.
In the evening we walked through x2 fields to the beautiful village of Morteho and watched the sun set then a quick drink to get x2 shattered... (read more)
Written on: 08/09/2010
me and my children have just come back it was first time we have been there they loved it and the site was great for the kids lots to do it was a nice walk to beach about 10 minutes we will be going again next year and i would tell anyone if they was thinking of going go there. (read more)
Written on: 06/09/2010
Stayed in Twitchen House the last week of the school holidays 2010, and what an enjoyable holiday we had. We took our dog with us and stayed in a Tobago (pet friendly) caravan. The caravan was in an ideal location, was large (apart from the bedrooms) and very clean, probably the best I have stayed in with our dog. There was a large decked area around the caravan which was ideal. The flooring in the lounge and kitchen area was all lino and also very clean. No only problems I encountered... (read more)
Written on: 15/08/2010
Stayed at Twitchen House at Easter 2010. What a gem. We took ouir girls aged 5,6 & 8 and they loved it.
Best value is the big yellow bus. Ony £3 for the week for a ticket. You can use the bus as much as you want to get to other parks and go to the beach.
We have booked again for a week in August in a luxury caravan. The best thing is the location. North Devon is wonderful, and Woolacome bay is one of the best beaches you will find anywhere (read more)
Written on: 31/07/2010
we took our kids (20/17/14yrs old) for a week.access to the site was by a narrow lane(take care) primrose caravan was extremely clean. the layout made it feel a bit cramped but it was well maintained with two loos!!.disappointed in fishing pools as they were unusable and the walk to the beach was either via a hilly track or narrow busy country roads.we couldn't drive to beach because it was that busy (not exaggerating when i say 1000's of people)we couldnt park.if you want a busy well... (read more)
Written on: 21/06/2010
Just come back from a short break. Fantastic holiday park. Great for my two sons, aged 9 and 6. Friendly staff, nice caravan, lovely pool and water flume for the kids. Best caravan holiday ive had - would stay here again.
Only down side - too far to walk to the beach - but taxi ride only £6.00. Could have taken our own car, but parking difficult and carpark costs £5.50. (read more)
Written on: 11/06/2010 by kw280870 (2 reviews written)
We have just come home after a short break at Twichen House Holiday Parc and to be perfectly honest we could not fault it. The accommodation was fantastic. We stayed in one of the smaller caravans, the Estoril and it was spotless. It was perfect for the four of us, myself, husband and two small boys. The staff were extremely helpful. We didnt have any hangers and asked at reception and within 10 minutes had hangers. The staff were friendly and the facilities were great. The park was... (read more)
Written on: 28/04/2010
We (2 Adults 2 Kids ages 3 and 5) booked through Sun holidays, even with the mixed reviews this place seemed to have. However, it was pretty good. The caravan was old stock, clean but basic. We stayed for 4 nights and I think that was enough. A longer stay would be better in a newer caravan. The childrens entertainment was a bit lame compared to other places (Haven for example) but the girls liked it and thats really all that matters. The bus was great value and allows you to visit all the... (read more)
Written on: 03/08/2009
We booked our Woolacombe Bay, Twitchen House holiday through the sun newspaper at a price of £96.00 for a family of four for five days so we were only expecting the basic package.
When we arrived we were given our keys and were told we had a buttercup caravan d4 . The caravan was immaculate with exterior decking and laminate flooring inside.The toilet and bathroom and kitchen were very clean,so first thoughts were WOW.
The outdoor pool was lovely after a long drive and the childrens... (read more)
Written on: 28/07/2009
Arrived at Woolacombe Bay, Twitchen House to find out that the caravan smelt, no path leading up to it so had no choice but to walk over the wet grass.
caravan had no dog pack as stated, no hooks/bowls etc
Grill didn't work, oven was hit and miss - at least there was a microwave
Grass cut whilst there, so caravan sprayed with wet grass cuttings
Leak in roof in kitchen, no plug or bowl in kitchen - all faults reported but no notes taken so guess these faults will still be there for the... (read more)
Written on: 22/07/2009
Stayed at Twitchen House from 13th-17th July. Had a so called luxury 'Trinidad' caravan which wasn't. Floor hadn't been hoovered, beds not made up (although stated on the web) asked for a bed to be removed for space for travel cot (that had not been done) paid for a highchair which wasn't already in the caravan so had to ask a cleaner for one and cleaned it myself ! Kids 'so called' entertainment was awlful (for us adults anyway). The info on the web comes across really good but very... (read more)
Written on: 04/07/2009 by sarah1359 (1 review written)
Stayed in an old style trinidad caravan from June 22nd - June 26th... though the sun holidays, even though we had upgraded our van, I wasnt too impressed. The bedsheets hadnt been changed from the previous people, which were covered in body odur and some sort of chocolate?? type stuff, the bbq looked like it hadnt been cleaned in years, there were dead flies splattered on the wall in the spare room (which we didnt stay in) the furniture looked really old and shabby, curtains were falling... (read more)
Written on: 04/07/2009 by xxmiffyxx
Twitchen House is a well maintained and clean site, and pet friendly. The walks to the beach are lovely and if you don't want to walk you can purchase a ticket for £2.50 for the site bus for the week. You then have the option for going to all the parks as well as the beach. Plenty of activities....swimming, tennis, table tennis, bowls, skittles, 10pin bowling, crazy golf, snooker, 9/18 hole professional golf course although you need to go to the different parks to enjoy them all. Although... (read more)
Written on: 24/06/2009 by Manchester1
We were 2 adults (no kids). I was abit sceptical after reading reviews but I have no complaints at all. Twitchen House is about a 15 min walk to Woolacombe or the village of Morthoe and both are lovely places.
Our caravan was abit old and had green moss on the outside but inside had everything that was needed and was right near the reception and all the entertainment.
The bar was large and kept us entertained in the evenings, pool tables, arcade, chippy, amusement arcade. (read more)
Written on: 27/05/2009 by beck26
i found Woolacombe Bay fab there me and my kids really enjoyed it. the best points were the park entertainers which were becks tash gemma and matt they were all great with the kids and the adults they r a fantastic team and it would nt b the same with out them keep up the good work guys and i would really like them to b congratulated for the good work i will b tellin friends and family about this park it was that great
Written on: 16/05/2009
Stayed for 7 nights in a "budget" caravan, was well worth the money. The Twitchen House site is well presented, easy to find, and has good access to Woolacombe town, and is a short drive from Barnstaple. The caravan itself, yes a few years old, and a bit drafty, but no problems and had a well-supplied kitchen. The telly showed the sky sports feed from the bar as well, nice bonus. Excellent value for money this time of year. The on-site bar has lousy entertainment aimed more at kids with... (read more)
Written on: 14/05/2009 by macann (1 review written)
Absolutley nothing to complain about at Woolacombe Bay, Twichen House!!!!!
Good site well maintained clean and tidy good facilities Professional smiling staff.
Caravan lovely and clean with fresh flowers on arrival!
Quiet site lovely walks
Allround very enjoyable pleasent break
Well done Twitchen House!!!! (read more)
Written on: 07/04/2009 by gill stanley (1 review written)
Caravan old and very cold and drafty with windows that where falling out. No Path to caravan had to walk over long wet grass which was slippy. No lighting around caravans. Entertainment very poor and no quiet seating area for people who prefer a quiet drink and chat. Would not return again or recomend Woolacombe Bay, Twitchen House to others. (read more)
Written on: 29/10/2008 by julienash69
Arrived at Twitchen House, had to park the car and walk across site to caravan which had no footpath, it had poured with rain so was wet and very muddy. Not a lot to do there, no entertainment for the kids except a bit of painting. Lets just say we wont be doing it again. (read more)
Written on: 09/09/2008 by cpv1 (3 reviews written)
Good points, indoor swimming pool, entertainment, varied food menu. Bad points, none. We stopped for four nights at the end of may, we were in a brand new caravan which was warm and spacious. (read more)
Written on: 29/08/2008
Don't bother staying here if you are in a tent. The touring field is an afterthought - furthest away from amenities on a big slope, and very exposed to strong headland winds. For the price you pay per night, you would expect a flat pitch. Disappointed. (read more)
Written on: 19/08/2008 by llew1725
Because of an illness, we had to abandon our holiday early. The boss was so kind and considerate, we will return and even to the same caravan!! The manager and her staff are to be commended on her kindness and consideration. (read more)
Written on: 05/07/2008
Nice walk (fairly long though through fields - watch out for sheep poo!) to beach.
Entertainment staff worked hard and were good at their job.
Caravan clean and looked fairly new (but did upgrade)
Bus to other linked parks cheap and easy to use.
Booked though Sun holidays offer. Very good value for money overall. (read more)
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