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went for the day to see christmas market which was a shame as only a few stall holders turned up . not any fault of kelling heath. holt primary school were singing carols which were absolutely beautiful. went and had a lovely lunch. service and...More
Arrived clueless and helpless in our recently acquired Hymer for a two night stay on Friday 24th Nov 17
A casual mention to Emily in the shop about our problems getting things to work in our van had her straight on the radio to Nick,...More
I don’t want to waste any more time with these people as I’m exhausted from the pointless exchanges with customer services, and the lack of any response at all from senior management. It’s enough to say that if you want your food to arrive late,...More
We stayed in one of the lodges from 03 to 06 November to celebrate a 50th birthday; we had a brilliant time. Our daughter said it was her best birthday ever. Lodge - excellent, Pool and Fitness Centre - Excellent, Woods, pathways, access all well...More
We spent 5 nights in Kelling Heath and had a fantastic visit. The facilities are amazing. Swimming pool, restaurant, bar, pizza house etc. My wife took advantage of a couple of the free wildlife walks and was amazed at the knowledge the expert had. There...More
At the bottom of the Heath people let dogs off the lead, however be careful, there are lots of adders in there, they may bite your dogs nose if it sniffs them, we were there in May and saw several. Well behaved dogs that... More
At the bottom of the Heath people let dogs off the lead, however be careful, there are lots of adders in there, they may bite your dogs nose if it sniffs them, we were there in May and saw several. Well behaved dogs that stay on the path are ok, be careful , by the way the snakes are fine if they are left alone.