At first glance this park seems to be a family friendly place to stay,BUT LOOKS CAN BE DECEIVING. travelers be-where, the management are not hospitable,there is no escorting you to your accommodation, you pay then are handed a map and sent on your way. you then drive or walk up a gravel road to find and unlock-able room" watch the steps or bricks because they are unsafe especially for the elderly and young children. when you are there make sure you check the oven as we found cook food and basically the place was unclean, dust dirt ect. some of the lighting also failed to work. if you do decide to stay don't expect a coffee as there is no milk or teaspoons and the cups where dirty and no dish washing liquid to clean them. people skills are missing here, the management staff are very aggressive and hostile and don't hesitate to use horrible langue even within the company of young children. I would not advise contacting the owner as he is not interested in anything you have to say no matter how polite you are. on behalf of my family and i we will never stay there again and strongly advise all to look elsewhere for your holiday stay.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Belair National Park Holiday Park situated within the boundaries of the tranquil Belair National Park is the ideal place to Make Memories for you and your loved ones! The picturesque surroundings of the Belair National Park Holiday Park provide an ideal setting for complete relaxation and family adventures. Wake up to the sounds of nature with your loved ones or peace & quiet on your own. Guests may choose to explore the many walking trails located within the National Park, play a round of golf at the Belair National Park Golf Course, enjoy a meal and a drink at the Belair Park Country Club or just sit back and relax by the pool and forget that the city is only 25 minutes away. The park is ideally situated for day trips to explore the Adelaide Hills, Barossa and the Fleurieu Peninsula. ... more less