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Haven Allhallows Reviews

Haven Allhallows Reviews

| On 06, Dec 2013

Allhallows Holiday Park

Haven Allhallows is a mere 30 miles from central London but is a haven of peace and tranquility that overlooks the Thames Estuary on the Isle of Grain. You can visit this pretty campsite between late march and November which makes it perfect for summer holidays as well as a short half term get away in the erly spring or late Autumn. Leading onto its own pebble beach this lovely park is perfect for young families looking to find a home for home for their holidays.  The park is well laid out with plenty of green space for the children to run and play in and has a good range of activities to keep the children (and the adults) amused.

Families staying at Allhallows have a wide range of caravans to choose between. Standards caravans have accommodation for four people in two bedrooms with sofa beds for an additional two in the cosy lounges. Three bedroom versions of these popular caravans sleep an extra two people. Well fitted out, these caravans are perfect if you are looking for a base to sleep in on an active holiday that keeps you out and about. Deluxe caravans have a higher standard of fixtures and fittings while the premium Platinum and Prestige brands are fitted to the highest standards and have more space to spread your wings in. Allhallows is pleased to welcome guests with special accommodation needs and there are a range of caravans specially fitted easy access, special toilet facilities and these caravans  are also perfect for guide dogs.

Facilities & Activities at Haven Allhallows

All seaside holidays feature water and swimming and at Allhallows you really are spoiled for choice. As well as the pebble beach, the park has two swimming pools. The outdoor pool has a giant inflatable slide that is perfect for thrill seekers while younger members of the family might prefer the heated indoor pool which has a dedicated children’s paddling area. The camp provide free water sessions that are designed to involve the children in plenty of water based activity and build up their confidence in the water. For a small fee you can also take part in a number of water based activities that includes Learn2Swim, Aqua Gliders and Turbo Paddlers.

Other activities at Allhallows include golf. There is a 9 hole golf course as well as a crazy gold course where the kids can really enjoy beginning to use a club and ball. If you are looking to improve your skills there are coaching lessons in football fencing and archery. The site also has plenty of opportunity for the kids to get contact with animals. The onsite stable offers mini pony treks while the petting zoo gives young children a chance to be hands on with a number of small furries.

With roller blading, pool tables, bike and kart hire there is plenty to keep you and the children amused all day long. If you are looking for a little downtime there is a program of activities where children get plenty of opportunity to burn of excess energy.

Feeding the family is easy to organise. There are ships on site that sell everything you need to prepare a family meal in the well equipped kitchen in your caravan. However, it is holiday time for Mum as well so there are great opportunities for eating out at Allhallows. You can have breakfast, lunch or dinner in the Cafe Bar and Grill while Pappa Johns sells delicious pizzas which can be eaten in or taken out for a firm family favourite.

There is a program of night time entertainment that is takes place in the Live Lounge. Watch fun time shows that are perfect for the children as well as family shows such as Cinders – the new musical and Summer Mania Wrestling. During peak season extra acts are on hand to provide spectacular West End style entertainment

Why We Love Allhallows

  • Superb choice of accommodation
  • Very close to central London
  • Lovely green surroundings
  • Great swimming facilities
  • Pony trekking

Prices & Availability

Kent Holiday Guide

Kent is the warmest and dries English county and makes a perfect summer holiday destination. Whilst you are there you can visit historic places such as Canterbury with its famous cathedral. Whitstable is a traditional fishing port that is also worth seeing. For more information of what do do in and around Kent click the three links below.

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