We stayed here for 6 nights over the Easter period with our caravan. It was obviously busy over the Easter period, but you never had to wait for facilities.
It was a great site for us with a toddler as the swimming pool was brilliant and she loved the soft play area, that was very good quality and obviously professionally looked after, and you didn't have to pay extra like you might in the UK. There were loads of little play areas around the site that would have been suitable for all ages of children. In the main complex building there was a 'bathouse' that was fully heated and had family hotel-type bathrooms with baths, showers, sauna etc. I've never seen such nice facilities at any site; it was great to be able to bath our daughter in a proper bathroom.
The pitches were a little smaller than you might expect in UK, but you didn't feel you were too much on top of your neighbours.
I hired a bike for the 6 days from the cycle shop in the village, and it was great to be able to get around without always having to use the car.
There was a snackbar, great little shop, bike hire and everything you'd need on site. We will definitely be returning here, I can't understand why we didn't see more Brits using the site, reception told us Brits were rare visitors!
Site was just opening for the season so very busy with seasonals setting up for the summer. Pitches were large and well kept, most with hedges screening smaller sections of 5-8 vans. Campervan pitches were hardstanding with a small section of grass next to them and hedges between each pitch.
Each pitch has own ehu / water and drainage, site also had snack bar / restaurant and supermarket. There was an indoor swimming pool which looked brand new and tickets were issued to keep numbers using the pool comfortable.
Toilets / showers were brand new for the season, plenty of hot water but push button showers. Despite being a very large park no queues for facilities.
Approx 1 ½ miles by bike from site brings you into town of Domburg. Right by the sea and a real tourist haven. Plenty of shops and bars (all with outside seating). Not a seaside resort in the British way as no funfair's, amusements etc. - most families on beach on walking / cycling, so despite being fairly busy it wasn't at all brash or loud.
Would highly recommend both the campsite and the area.
We paid 2 adults / ehu €15 with ACSI (book showed €12 but charged us €15).
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