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out of 10
Very good value for an Autumn break and we would definitely visit the site again. The caravan was clean and tidy. Very impressed how comfy the beds were. Ideal size for a family of four. The instruction booklet in the caravan was very clear as opposed to many sites we have visited.
Confirmed guest, 2015-11-02
out of 10
Excellent location. Very clean and tidy site. Very quiet. Good base for walking in the area.
Confirmed guest, 2015-10-09
out of 10
Basic but spotlessly clean
Confirmed guest, 2015-09-26
Confirmed guest, 2015-09-12
out of 10
Caravan well designed but the beds weren't the most comfortable.
Confirmed guest, 2015-08-24
The caravan was a pleasant surprise, it was clean and a nice size. the bed was a bit uncomfortable it could do with a better mattress.
Confirmed guest, 2015-08-17
A lovely clean caravan and it was lovely to have the beds made up for your arrival. We also had a towel and tea towel which are not often supplied.
Confirmed guest, 2015-05-30
out of 10
It was very clean and we will be looking for some more weekend breaks poss next time in North wales
Confirmed guest, 2015-05-11
The caravan was immaculate and well resourced. More like a 4 Star hotel room than a caravan.
Confirmed guest, 2015-04-04
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Confirmed guest, 2015-09-07
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Confirmed guest, 2015-07-27
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They immediate area around the caravan needed a bit of attention. They steps and stairs were very slippy and dangerous as the weather was rather damp and wet. A new mattress was needed as the springs were very prominent. Seating area was so uncomfortable. None of the pans had been cleaned thoroughly so we had to scrub out before use. The caravan itself needed a good thorough clean as there was a lot of dust and cobwebs. All of this aside we did enjoy our week.
Confirmed guest, 2015-11-07
We had a lovely stay at Todber Valley Holiday Park. It is an excellent base for touring and stunning views over the Ribble Valley. There are many local attractions just a short drive away. We thoroughly enjoyed a day in Skipton and would love to visit again.
We had a good value meal at the Steam Packet( our teen cleared his plate so it must be good) with very friendly staff happy to advise on places to visit.
out of 10
A brilliant base for all we wanted to do. A deep clean would be an advantage for the caravan, and the availability of the advertised wifi would help too. Because we didn't pay for a lodge, the staff were unable to give us the password for the wifi.
My daughter enjoyed the play park, but we didn't use the on site bar.
Confirmed guest, 2015-10-31
Booked a Fri-Mon break in a basic caravan. Check in was from 4 pm we arrived at six. The reception was locked up and a note left to collect keys in pub. Very pleasantly surprised with caravan allocated. The caravan was modern with central heating throughout and a lovely range cooker and full size fridge freezer. The only negative comment I would have was the smell in the toilet when we arrived which was soon sorted by opening the window and some air freshener. Also the cleaner had overlooked an empty shampoo bottle and used razor in the shower cubicle and a metal bottle top from a cider bottle under the dining table. I could not use one of the wardrobes due to a couple of small spiders in their webs which looked like they had been there for a while. Don't get me wrong the caravan was otherwise clean and equipped to a very high standard. The caravans were spaced a little too close together for my liking. As a couple wanting to get a way for a few days to read,cook and explore the area this park is ideal as a base. I would not take my elderly mother to this park due to the steep caravan steps or my teenage son due to the lack of things to do. The only other thing is that this must have been an private caravan at some point as the owners had left some horrendous ornaments of an occult nature of witches and dragons. As a Christian I felt a little uncomfortable having to put up with them. Would I go back? The answer is yes, but only in spring or autumn.
the caravan was very clean the staff where some of the friendliest people I have ever met they where lovely
Basic accommodation but spotlessly clean. Staff were great and went out of their way to help. The only reason that we wouldn't return was the early am movement of vehicles but if you are an early riser site would be perfect
The staff were helpful when problems occurred. Although not always instantly. The problem was that the van had recently been moved and was unready to be used. For example the water pipe in the bathroom wasn't fixed on and leaked a couple of times and also a patio immediately outside the front door was being laid over three days of the holiday which detracted from the experience. Staff were apologetic after the event and the pub staff were excellent and friendly. We enjoyed most of the holiday but some aspects could have been improved.
Very nice caravan park in a nice place the club house is fine with good food and entertainment. It is a bit in the middle of nowhere as the walk into town is long and on a country road and when you get there their is only a couple of places to eat and drink.
This is the second time we've been to this park,and we were not disappointed this time either,it is a quiet and relaxing place to stay.
Confirmed guest, 2015-05-29
A lovely quiet park.not far away from a main road,so easy to get to places.
We had a good weekend break
Our holiday was fantastic made even better by the fact that we got an upgrade from a silver mobile home to a lodge which was lovely, but unfortunately both of the showers was so disappointing with hardly enough pressure to rinse your hair after washing and also the settee and arm chairs were very uncomfortable. Neither of these issues spoilt our holiday at all as the location and surrounding areas are brilliant and that's why we chose this particular park. Our lodge was in a very nice part of the park but if we'd not been given the upgrade, all the caravans on the site were really really close together and because of the layout of the park would not have had very nice views which is why I'd said we wouldn't go back.
Confirmed guest, 2015-04-11
Our stay at Todber Park was fantastic. The staff were amazingly helpful and professional and the accommodation was first rate. A perfect location for a relaxing break. I cannot praise Todber Park highly enough.
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Discover a county of contrasts when you take a break in one of our holiday parks in Lancashire. There’s peaceful countryside to explore in the north and east, famous seaside resorts on the coast as well as two of England’s largest and most vibrant cities, offering some great shopping and exciting nightlife.There are attractions galore at Blackpool, including the famous Tower, Pleasure Beach amusement park and the amazing Golden Mile. For somewhere quieter, take a trip to genteel Lytham St. Annes, to the old fishing town of Fleetwood or to Morecambe Bay, one of our most important bird sanctuaries. All are just a short drive away when you take one of our Lancashire park holidays.On your doorstep are the cities of Liverpool and Manchester. Don’t miss a trip to Salford Quays, home of the Lowry museum. And the Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool has one of the finest art collections in the North. The city of Lancaster is also well worth a visit, with its immense neo-gothic cathedral. For rural tranquillity, make tracks to the Forest of Bowland, which is very popular with walkers and cyclists.
Caravan with one double and one twin. No pets.
Comfortable 12ft-wide caravan with one double and one twin. Additional sleeping for two in the lounge area. Heating throughout. No pets.
Comfortable 12ft-wide caravan with one double and two twin. Heating throughout. No pets.
Comfortable caravan with one double and one twin. Heating throughout.
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