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Just returned from a weeks stay in a Jura caravan.Positives:Clean,ample space. Negatives:Beds really uncomfortable,double especially.
Dvd player not working properly.No electric kettle,gas whistle job! Veranda in awkward position, to side of caravan and sandwiched between neighbouring caravan so never sat out.No wifi either.
I sent back my overpriced children’s macaroni. At £6 with no dessert included for a 2 year old I was pretty disappointed to be honest. Brought out to my toddler swimming in sauce and just looked disgusting. Sent it back and they brought it back...More
Having stayed a few years ago we did know what to expect and invited a friend and family to join us on our trip.
The ferry journey was as enjoyable as last time with 30degree sun and perfect weather in the UK May half term....More
We stayed at hunters Quay for 5 nights at the end of May. Fantastic views and in fantastic grounds
However I paid to upgrade our Caravan for a new 2018 model. But on arrival we got a musty smelling much older unit.
We arrived early...More
We visited Hunters Quay for a Friday to Monday break staying in a 2 bedroom lodge. We were looking for somewhere to take the dogs and this was perfect. Lodge had small balcony. Lots of walks around and a bitanic garden 10 mins away. Also...More
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If you phone hunters Quay reception they will post out tickets to you. These were I think very slightly cheaper than you get from the various shops in Gourock that sell discounted tickets (like 50p). But it means you have... More
If you phone hunters Quay reception they will post out tickets to you. These were I think very slightly cheaper than you get from the various shops in Gourock that sell discounted tickets (like 50p). But it means you have them in advance and can just go straight to the boat, as invariably Road works or puking kids mean you are always later than planned!!
Tickets bought on the boat are much more expensive than either ordering in advance at hunters Quay or buying from the local shops.