I stayed in a Beech Premier 5 hot tube lodge for 2 weeks at the end of July with my husband and 2 kids, 2 and a half and 10 months. Having stayed in a hot tub lodge on another park previously we were very disappointed in the size of the lodge - it really was very small and very hard to fit the baby's cot in. The double bed was so small and uncomfortable that my husband and I slept in the twin room. Otherwise the lodge did have everything we needed, although a washing machine would be a very good idea. With 2 kids, we spent a fortune at the launderette! The hot tub was amazing and really made the holiday!
I am not disputing the charges were displayed on the website but I do think that for the 4 figure weekly sum we paid it was a bit rich to be charged £10 for a travel cot (with no mattress!!) and £10 each for 2 ikea high chairs. When I pay that price for accomodation I expect beds and chairs to be provided for each member of the family!
We couldn't do a lot of activities as the kids were too young but we managed archery, which was fab, and I had a facial - also fab. The kids loved the pool and soft play, but again I don't think charging for the soft play gives value for money. The restaurant was OK but avoid the mashed potatoes - absolutely disgusting! The terrace outside the bar is a great spot when the weather is nice, and everyone is very tolerant of kids, which is lovely.
Overall we had a great holiday, we just thought it wasn't great value for money.
- Also Known As:
- Hunter`s Quay Holiday Park Hotel Dunoon
- Hunters Quay Holiday Village Dunoon, Scotland