I stayed for a 4 night break with my hubby and two boys for the October week and as I regularly visit larger holiday camps, was a wee bit cautious not only because the holiday was so cheap, but also because my 7 year old son has Autism and doesn't cope well with a lot of the entertainment in some camps. We arrived early and the man on reception couldn't have been nicer, he sent someone to get my keys and spent about 10minutes explaining the local area and really made me feel welcome. Caravan was amazing, very clean and close to the facilities. On attending the club/pub at night time, my seven year old immediately wanted to join in with Wes and the gang and was even participating in the party games, which is a first and he couldn't wait to return to the club every night. This is something I never thought I would see but as the entertainment staff were so encouraging and welcoming, my wee lad loved it. Swimming pool really clean and loads to do in the local area. Food on the camp was also amazing as well as all the meal and drinks deals they have available. I cant recommend this camp highly enough and have already booked up for next year. Thank you so much to all the staff at Cresswell towers for giving our family a week of very special memories.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located at the southern end of a beautiful six-mile stretch of the sweeping sand that is Druridge Bay, Cresswell Towers is perfect for family holidays. Start the day with a dip in the pool or maybe you fancy going for a walk in the Cheviot Hills or the woods nearby. Later on get ready for some great family evening Entertainment. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Cresswell Towers Holiday Park - Park Hotel Cresswell
- Cresswell Towers Holiday Park - Park Resorts Northumberland