Visited Easter weekend stayed on Yellow field. HRU very busy so the wardens on yellow field ask us if we minded staying down by where their seasonals were.
Seasonals were very helpful on first arrival and throughout the weekend. I took my 4 year old grandson with us and he enjoyed riding his bike and playing with the other children from the seasonal tourers.
HRU felt safe and easy to get around.
Toilet and shower block were warm with hot showers, I did not queue at any time, the toilet were also cleaned on a regular basis.
There is a children's play area which was evident and suitable for children of all ages.
OH took grandson swimming which they both enjoyed at a discounted rate, we also had a discounted rate for grandson for the fair next door I think we paid under a tenner, I can tell you grandson made the most off, the rides were suitable for his age, he really enjoyed the fair. We did not go to the beach this time, but it is just across the road and you acn take the car onto the beach for a charge.
HRU has various amenities on site from a supermarket, takeaways and entertainment areas. Offering a good range of food items.
HRU could be whatever you wanted busy or relaxing holiday, being expensive or inexpensive.
Excellent site to stay on, we had a great time here and it was quiet, stayed on the yellow field, was a bit windy at the time but we were still able to have a fantastic time, toilets were clean and tidy and wardens were friendly. I would highly recommend anyone visiting and staying at holiday resort unity as it has a lot to offer to a range of ages. Overall I will look forward to returning to the site and staying there.
Very large site, during our stay, weekends were very loud, during the week it was as I would have expected, the site has 3 areas for camping / caravanning, that make the site feel smaller, there is wardens on all the areas, I was very surprised how clean the toilet blocks were for such a large heavily used site, but credit to the wardens when they have a little free time out comes the mop and bucket, they are a credit to unity. The play area is great lots to do including ball games, water park and fun park are on the edge of the site in walking distance.
The children's entertainment was first class, both daytime and night,
This is a large site with lots of static caravans.
The site is very secure with a pass to get in or out of the park check in was a little slow as only one person manning reception when I arrived. Having checked in you are directed to the warden for your field.
We stayed on the Yellow field, this is a large touring field with a mix of concrete hard standing pitches and grassed pitches.
We had a grass pitch with hookup and water. The connection for the water was a little low to the ground so if you don't have a mains connection kit you may struggle.
The warden informed me I had to pitch with the hitch pointing towards the road, which meant the hookup and the water where too far away. Good job I have a long hookup cable and had to go our and buy an extension for the water connection. This also meant the beds were closer to the road than I would like.
The toilet block is clean, half of it locked up unless it is busy. Very surprised that they were locked on a Sunday morning of a bank holiday weekend.
Even though pets are allowed on site, non of the entertainment is pet friendly, only one of the bars has an outside seating area where you can take a pet, not much help when it is raining.
The on site Costcutter was reasonably priced and stocked.
Stopped at Resort Unity over the Easter weekend, 2 x adults 1 x 2 yr old and 1 dog, have been there loads times.
The good bits,
Its a easy place for us too get too, down the M5 and not fare when you leave the motorway. Checked in with ease and straight down to the green field and the warden showed us to our pitch. I asked if possible could we move too nearer to the dog walk gate and this was no problem. The field looked clean and fresh and despite leaving snow back home, the ground was good and dry. Used the take away next to the shop not the best but far from the worst, again the shop is ok well stocked and average priced for a camp site. The club house and entertainment is ok, food and drink not too bad priced. Didn't use the pool. Plenty too see and do in walking distance
The bad bits,
The Club House, you need to get in there when it opens if you want to sit down!
The sign on the gate for the dog walk said open from 8 till dusk, it was locked till nearly 10 on two mornings
And the next thing is something I noticed on my last stay was the dog poo bin, full and overflowing when we got there and still the same when we left, sort it out HRU ! We pay extra for our dogs and get moaned at if we don't pick up.
Not the cheapest option but fantastic facilities for anyone with kids and spotlessly clean everywhere making it worth paying the premium. Good toilet blocks and spotless chemical point. Grass kept short and not waterlogged like lots of places in Somerset are prone to be.
Supermarket expensive but you pay for convenience.
Funfair okay but the best thing was the modern swimming pool.
Visited when the site was packed and unfortunately encountered a warden who was clearly under pressure - our bad luck I'm sure but an experience which like many caravanners means that for all the good points we wont be going back anytime soon.
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