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Reviews of Sea View Holiday Park, Lands End

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Review by nic on 2nd May, 2012

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We stayed only 3 nights in a two bedroom caravan, and were greated at arrival by professional staff. We found our caravan in a very clean and tidy condition and left it the same. We also brought our own towels, bedding, pillows, quilt, kettle, and matches, to save money, so we paid for the whole stay only £50 with the help of the SUN newspaper voucher. The caravan park looked well maintained, however, the restaurant and idoor play area were mostly closed so we couldn't use our passes. The weather was cold, so we didn't use the outdoor pool. There are NO SEA VIEWS from this caravan park, but a sharp left-turn from the car park, about 20 mins walk we found the Land's End, where we eat well and kept our child entertained for a good few hours. Near by there are couple of pubs where you can eat lovely local food. The sea views are breath taking, but if you are not into sight-seeing, then this is not the place for you. SeaView CaravanPark is a lovely family caravan park for people who are not too fussy. Great for very short holidays, and ideal for summer weekends.

Date visited: 13th April 2012

Review by tracey on 12th June, 2008

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visited seaview many times over the years pitched up on a terrace this time what a fabulous sea view staff funny and helpfull improvements finished karaoke evening great, always found them welcoming but then i,v never been rude or abusive, new pool must be 60ft lounged by the pool all day yesterday.

Date visited: june 2008

Review by Anonymous on 26th July, 2006

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A friend and I have just got back from a short break camping at Sea View Holiday Park. The location was awesome, with its stunning views and close proximity to the local pub, shops and beach. Unfortunately this seems to be the only good point we could see with the site. First of all, the staff on the reception desk were rude, not only on the phone as I was booking the holiday – but also in person. Secondly the pitch allocated for us in the ‘Wild Camping Area’ couldn’t have been more inadequate. There was broken glass, uneven ground – completely unsuitable or pitching a tent, there was a distinct lack of soft ground; as well as a huge quantity of stones and broken masonry just below the surface of the soil – making hammering in tent pegs as well as sleeping impossible. Finally, after charging us £13 per night they proceeded to tell us that we would be charged extra to use the showers (which were dirty), as well as their tiny excuse for a swimming pool. (I’ve never come across that, in all the years I’ve been visiting campsites.) I sure won’t be camping there again in a hurry.

Date visited: 24th - 26th July 2006

Review by Kirsty on 31st May, 2006

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My Family and friends have been holidaying in Cornwall for many years. The most convenient place for us to stay is Sea View Holiday Park. However, over the last few years, though improvements have been made to the site itself, I have found that the owners and staff have become increasingly unfriendly and unhelpful. I have experienced cases of showers breaking down, having to go the reception (which is rarely open when needed) in my towel just to be told that I have to buy another token. I have also experienced leaking toilets in caravans, television aerials that do not work and inflexibility when it comes to booking. If only there were another caravan and campsite in the Sennen area!

Date visited: Many times over the years

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