The park is great, with lovely lakes, loads of wildlife, safe roads and plenty of space. The shop is overpriced as expected and the entertainment is cringey as expected. The bar/restaurant is like a Wetherspoon except the price is tripled. Overall, however, it's a pretty decent park with great proximity to Weymouth.
The only huge problem is the chip shop on site. Words cannot describe how infinitesimal a so-called 'large' chips is. Enough for two people, maybe.
Luckily there'll be no worry about the quantity due to the blindingly awful quality. The chips would not pass quality tests in a cardboard factory and the mushy peas (all three tablespoons of them, at 40p per spoon), to my family's terror, would not leave their polystyrene container even upon complete inversion and a damn good shaking. We were fortunate enough not to be exposed to any of their other delicacies but the fish, upon a quick visual inspection, resembled a very convincing, if not slightly aged, plastic model of a deep fried haddock. The staff were lovely although it was most likely a near-psychotic ruse to lull is in to the correct state of mind to fully recoil in shock when we were finally subjected to what the menu exaggeratively claimed was 'food'.
The reception staff are lovely. The swimming facilities are great. We made friends with a lovely deer and have enjoyed cycling around. Just don't try the chips. More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking