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Combe haven vs allhallows

Post by Dan c » 2 years ago

Hi all,

I have officially been bitten by the haven bug!
We are a family with two boys (1&7 yrs) and are looking to buy in one of these parks.

We have had previous short stays at allhallows and are visiting this week to look at the options.
I have not visited the Sussex site but also seems like a good option and intend to visit there ASAP.

Both sites are within a hours drive from home.

Any help/advise in choosing between these parks would be appreciated.

Thanks in advance

Dan & family

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Re: Combe haven vs allhallows

Post by Keith » 2 years ago

Hi Dan

Unfortunately I can't help with the comparison between those two parks, but if you are thinking of buying can I suggest that you join our forum so you can have access to all its features, and secondly that you read our 'HOF GUIDE' (link at top of page).
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Re: Combe haven vs allhallows

Post by Static101 » 2 years ago

Hi

I am an owner at Perran Sands, Cornwall, but I don't live that far away from Allhallows. I actually visited there the other weekend, and I was really disappointed. The live lounge is really tiny. And the security on the door didn't bother to check anyones passes so all and sundry were wandering in and out. The amusement area seemed more up to date, and it had an outdoor lazy pool and a smallish swimming pool. Cant comment on the restaurant as it was being used for an event. If you haven't already i would suggest having a good look around at different times of the day to get a feel for the park.

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Re: Combe haven vs allhallows

Post by mummybear » 2 years ago

I am an owner at Combe Haven but have never been to Allhallows so can't compare.
Feel free to give me shout with any Combe Haven questions though.

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