I recently spent a night at Warren's Village, one I will always remember for all the wrong reasons. The park itself is grim with lots of low budget chalets / static homes crammed together on an uninspiring bit of land. Everything looks, (and is), cheap and old fashioned, an expectation that was set when I collected my keys from the dismal reception area.
I was simultaneously gutted and amused when I opened the door to my chalet and stepped inside. It was furnished with the cheapest decor possible. Horrific patterned curtains, (paper thin of course). A table and chairs reclaimed from a skip, (or so it looked). A wardrobe consisting of two bits of wood bolted to the wall at right angles to form an alcove. A mouldy bathroom with the most revolting, fecally encrusted toilet brush I’ve ever witnessed. Worst of all, the chalet's are split in half so two different people / families / couples are essentially sharing the same space, divided only by a partition wall. The walls are paper thin so sitting on the toilet felt like a group activity. When I attempted to sleep at 12.30am, I was treated to a cacophony of noise from my neighbours and their kids which continued until 3am, (this gives an insight into the sort of clientele that Warren's Village attracts).
Finally morning came and it was time for breakfast, however, I was unable to shower before my departure as there was no hot water. I decided against the 5 minute walk to reception, past the stinking toilet block to complain, it was just easier to chalk the whole experience up as a bad one and post this lengthy moan on Trip Advisor. I should point out that there had been no hot water the previous day so I was forced to go out for the evening without a shower because the reception closed at 3pm.
Anyway, back to breakfast. Warren’s Village redeemed themselves slightly in this department as the food was edible; in fact I’d go so far as to say that I quite enjoyed it. Angelina’s, the on-site restaurant, (aptly named after the well known Hollywood beauty), isn’t going to win awards for style, décor and ambience, (it’s a windowless 1980’s style portacabin full of chavs), but at least I didn’t leave unwashed AND unfed!
As you may have gathered, I was a tad disappointed with Warren’s Village and unsurprisingly I wouldn’t recommend sending your dog there for a holiday let alone going yourselves. At £115 for two chalets, (paid for on arrival to prevent a mass exodus from new guests), this was an equally costly and depressing night that you should avoid at all costs.
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- Also Known As:
- Warrens Village Clevedon, England, UK