Reviews of Europa Park, Woolacombe
Review by Diana Darbyshire on 4th January, 2011
Add your review Date visited: 31 October 2010
We stayed here at October half term and were very disappointed! It cost us £420 for a 4 night stay in a 9 berth caravan...not cheap but we paid as we wanted a break...unhelpful staff, dirty and damp vans with broken TV and loo. We moved vans, only to find this one full of flies with a broken shower and basin! We were given a grudging FREE breakfast that was greasy and cheap. For £420 we felt it was poor. Don't fall for the website, it is not as it seems! We had to use the shower blocks which were ok, £3 per night per car to park off season is a joke, and £5 card to pay for the electrity. Do yourself a favour and find somewhere else to stay, any favourable reviews are by groups of younger people out for a "good" time, not family friendly at all. Woolacombe is a great little spot, don't spoil your trip by staying here. We gave the park every opportunity to sort things out, as they have failed to respond I feel this is our only way to stop anyone else losing out.
Date visited: 31 October 2010
Review by JDub89 on 29th August, 2008
Add your review Date visited: August 2008
I arrived at Europa on the Friday with a group of mates. We payed the very reasonable rate of £12pp per night, and they sent us to an area of the campsite esspecially set aside for groups. Its within walking distance of the beach and village which is a bonus. The site is very vibrant, and much more an 18-30s site with its lively bar and music, in the form of DJ Sharkey (no, not the happy hordcore one!) and live bands. The club house offers a decent menu with special meal deals before 7.30, and even a happy hour which we made good use of! (2 for 1 on all drinks between 9 and 10). They do an all-you-can-eat brekkie in the morning to. The staff were friendly and it is deffentely a place to come for a fun party weekend in woolacombe. Will be coming back.
Date visited: August 2008
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