Commanding stunning panoramic sea views across the Solent and out to the Isle of Wight from its splendid cliff-top location, Hoburne Naish boasts a truly unique setting. Perfect for creating unforgettable family holiday memories!There’s something to keep everyone happy on the park, from splashing fun in the indoor and outdoor pools to the challenge of the gym, exploring the adventure playground or making friends in the Sammy Seahorse kids’ club. When the sun finally sinks behind the cliff, a fantastic programme of family entertainment and live shows ensures the fun doesn’t stop.This fabulous area abounds with attractions to suit all, from walks and watching the ponies in the New Forest, to sandy beaches or shopping in bustling Bournemouth.
This park has:Indoor and outdoor heated poolsChildren’s paddling poolFitness room, sauna and steam roomFamily entertainment venueSammy Seahorse Club (under 12s)Smugglers’ Retreat Bar and pub style family restaurant with takeaway serviceSatellite TV (in club)Wi-Fi access (in club area)**Hoburne Bowl*Pool tables*, table tennis*Soft play areaAmusement arcade*Bingo*Adventure playgroundBasketball/mini-football areaCrazy golf*Hard tennis court*Park shopLaunderette*
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Good car parking. presentable reception areas. Right near sea. Expensive meals. I bought meals with chips and there were too many chips with very few meat/fish for the takeaway. Really put me off! Also, there was no one standing at the counter and it took a while before I got served. Difficult to find the takeaway within the reception building.
We have stayed at Hoburne Naish several times and have always enjoyed our holiday. The staff are always very friendly and helpful. The location is ideal for getting out and about visiting local attractions. We shall certainly be coming back again and Hoburne Naish is one of our favourite holidays.
we had a great time.we will be back.
really well kept site.our chalet was excellent right on cliff edge and very clean and tidy,only down side was very smll bathroom
We booked as friends were getting married it was a cheap place to stay and other members of the party were staying on site. We did not use any of the facilities as we used the site as a base.
Great stay, lovely to have large accomodation which enabled the whole family to stay together.
Excellent lodge spotlessly clean and very well stocked in the crockery/ utensils department,really lovely location very well kept site.
More details of what to expect in the lodge would have been helpful, we needed tea towels, hand towels/bath towels. Took washing up liquid etc and a welcome pack was supplied,
We had 3 over 80's in our party and needed to know if showers/bath had non slip mats and took them with us just in case !
Restaurant food was very poor especially for our over 80's. Plates were cold we did mention it to the staff and the chef apologised and refunded one meal which was not eaten. Better value and standard at local pubs.
Entertainment well we braved 1 hour on our last night billed as 50s/60s night but we must have missed that bit.
The site of our chalet on the cliff top could hardly have been bettered. The chalet was clean and well equipped. The staff I had dealings with were helpful and cheerful. We enjoyed several meals in the restaurant. On such a huge estate I was intrigued that the chalets are available for purchase and wondered what rights owners have and how the dual system of permanent owned chalets side-by-side with holiday rentals would work out in the long run.
Lovely holiday. Great location
We enjoyed our week in the chalet very much, beautiful views and great weather!
Large but well organised site. Facilities are well maintained. Open cliff may put some off.
Another enjoyable holiday at Naish, have been visiting the site for over 20 years.
Our fifth visit. Three year old loves the entertainment. There was building work near our usual lodge, so we got a free upgrade, didn't have to request, was done automatically. We always visit out of season, can imagine that it would be heaving during school holidays and think that would reduce enjoyment. Avoid the nearby Harvester restaurant, rude staff and horrible food, The Galleon is much nicer.
Loved it so much, returning again in September