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Mill Rythe Holiday Village, Hayling Island, Hampshire

Mill Rythe Holiday Village
16 Havant Road
Hayling Island

PO11 0PB | View map

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Mill Rythe is a well-known 3 star quality holiday resort that offers a superb range of facilities and services situated in the attractive county of Hampshire on the sunny south coast. Mill Rythe has been hosting guests and visitors since 1938 and continues to be one of the longest surviving original UK holiday destinations.Generations of holidaymakers have come here year after year for the peace and relaxation that are the hallmarks of Hayling Island. Mill Rythe Holiday Resort is located on over 30 acres of grounds set back into the quiet shores of Hayling Island meaning there's plenty of space to escape, relax and enjoy your holiday away from the hussle and bussle of the real world.For most of the year, Mill Rythe is exclusively for adults. Families are welcome during the main school holiday periods and we offer a variety of children's clubs to cater for most age groups.A wide range of themed breaks and professional cabaret acts are presented throughout the year here at Mill Rythe and we pride ourselves on the quality of acts such as Slade, Jane McDonald, Union Gap, The Drifters and many many more!!

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