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“very relaxing, better for younger children”

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Landal Het Vennenbos
Ranked #1 of 1 Hotels in Hapert
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed August 28, 2011

we booked a whole week in August with our 14 year old son and 10 year daughter. we loved the park, it was quiet, calm and had lots to do, although not as much as there would be in a UK Centerparcs.
The pool was lovely if a bit tame for our children! they love the bigger, adrenaline fuelled chutes and flumes.
the lodge was good, well equipped and very clean. Masses of storage space/wardrobes. Stairs very steep and steps very narrow - our children were fine not so sure about under 5's, although there were gates at the bottom and top of stairs.
the beds were comfortable, clean with plenty of extra pillows. The bathroom was clean with plenty of storage, if I'm honest, could do with a re-furb.
we cooked 5 out of 7 nights - I would agree that buffet very overpriced - you would need to spend a long time there to get your money's worth! The Italian was much better value and quality. Drinks are quite expensive, the lunch we had at the park was expensive and poor quality we thought.
The supermarket was fine, we ate well using the meats, cheeses, bread, fruit and veg there. I'd take more of the basics another time, tinned food, biscuits, in addition to the herbs, stock cubes, tea, coffee and sugar we took.
The staff were helpful, their English excellent, but my criticism would be that the lists, registration and activities information are all in Dutch with no translations.
My daughter and I played 'KinderBingo' which was extremely popular. The lovely caller said the numbers in 3 languages and she won a prize, much to her delight.

we might go again, for 5 not seven days, but we did enjoy ourselves very much

we would go again, possibly for 5 not seven days

Room Tip: think about the stairs and request a one storey for younger children
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  • Stayed: August 2011, traveled with family
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Reviewed September 17, 2010

We visited a Landal vacation park before, so we knew that it is a good spot to go with small kids. There is a special animation program for the kids, a subtropic swimming complex, an indoor playground, several outside playgrounds, a petting zoo, ... So even when it is raining, there is still a variety of things to do for the little ones.

We hired a family bungalow, more or less designed for families with small kids. The kids' room has toys and special attention is paid towards safety. Some outlets and radiators are out of reach of child hands, but some are not.

The internet in the bungalow was way too slow to be acceptable.

  • Stayed: September 2010, traveled with family
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Reviewed August 3, 2010

We stayed at this park on a weekend. Considering that I'm not a park person but we did enjoyed. My 2 kids 8 & 5 won't even want to go home yet. We tried to extend our stay but to no avail, it was fully booked. A let down for me was the food at their restaurants, it was not cheap. For me, it's okay to pay extra but the food on my taste is not that good for what you paid for. But we did ate a number of times at the Beach Snack, only fries & some snacks. My husband ordered half a chicken for lunch & we had to wait for 30 minutes, when we did finally ate the chicken was still cold inside. So it's really better to cook your own meal. But we did enjoyed our stay & hopefully we'll stay there again. It was my so called...vacation on a diet...because I haven't eaten much during our stay. All in all, it was fun especially for the young kids, & for the adults to relax & enjoy nature.

  • Stayed: July 2010, traveled with family
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Reviewed April 13, 2010

Stayed a short week (Tuesday - Monday, because of Easter weekend immediately before) with husband, 13 and 7 year old boys and 70 year old mother. We got a last minute deal which meant the whole week including linen hire in a 6-berth bungalow was less than 500 euros, great value for money in my view as the accommodation was fine and there was so much to do on site and in the area without the need to spend loads more. Single storey bungalows are identical to the older Center Parcs villas - two storey bungalows, as most of the thre--bed ones are, feel a bit cramped as two of the bedrooms are upstairs, meaning there isn't much downstairs space, and the very steep staircase juts across the living room. Not as much kitchen surface as at Center Parcs, no oven and the microwave is tucked away in another part of the living space, but loads of utentsils, pans etc. Kids loved the swimming pool, although the slides/rapids are a bit tame compared to Center Parcs or Duinrell, and as the pool complex is small it was always quite busy. Bungalows are peacefully situated and there are lots of trees, ducks, red squirrels. Small lakeside beach would be lovely in summer, younger children will enjoy the trampolines, children's farm and playgrounds. Outdoor table tennis is free if you have your own bats, tennis, mini-golf and bowling are available at a reasonable cost and the facilites and equipment are well maintained. Hired great bikes on site, only 50 euros for 5 bikes from Wed - Sun, as is usual in the Netherlands there are bike lanes everywhere and immediately outside of the camp there are brilliant cycle trails through the woods and surrounding countryside. My mum hadn't been on a bike for over 40 years and my 7 year old is a nutter but cycling is so easy and safe that we were all able to spend several days nipping around the site and the surrounding area. Food is extremely pricey on the camp and only average - it would have cost us over 100 euros to eat in the buffet and whilst it was cheaper to have a pizza in the Italian the food was pretty ordinary - undercooked dough, salty toppings - and the drinks were dear - over £2 for a coke and very little wine under £20. We shopped at Albert Heijn in Bladel which is open until 8pm every night and has prices equivalent to the UK but if you don't want to cook on your holidays you'll need to be prepared to shell out if you eat at the camp or take the car a fair distance to get any choice of places to eat. Hardly any English people on site, mostly Dutch and Belgians - that's an advantage as far as we are concerned but I guess it wouldn't be everyone's bag. Service everywhere, both on the site and off, is friendly and obviously everyone speaks brilliant English. Several times we stopped for a quick drink to find that fantastic play facilities were included for younger kids at no extra cost - obviously designed to ensure the adults stay longer but it makes for a much more relaxing visit if the kids are happy. This was our first visit to a Landal, we were confirmed European Center Parcs fans before, and we're keen to try one of the other sites now.

Stayed: April 2010, traveled with family
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Reviewed October 10, 2009

The cottages are situated in the 'forest', lots of privacy.
Facilities very good, my kids loved the pool.
Very expensive: 4 nights/ 5 days, 750 euro. The bed linnen, towels and cleaning not included! You have to make the beds and do the cleaning yourself. No problem but with no household service at all we think this parc is overpriced.

  • Stayed: August 2009, traveled with family
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Stayed: February 2018, traveled with family
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Stayed: January 2018, traveled with family
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Address: Schouwberg 7, 5527 JH Hapert, The Netherlands
Location: The Netherlands > North Brabant Province > Hapert
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Ranked #1 of 1 Hotels in Hapert
Price Range: $57 - $368 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — Landal Het Vennenbos 3*
Number of rooms: 34
Also Known As:
Landal Het Vennenbos Hotel Hapert
Landal Het Vennenbos Hapert, North Brabant

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