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There were 17 family members in our group consisting of a range of ages from 5 months to 34 years old.
We stayed in four two bedroom Esprit caravans/duingalows. Unfortunately one of them was on the other side of the park, however the Eurocamp staff...More
We spent a lovely sunny half term short break at duinrell in a euro camp vista 2 bed mobile home en route to Amsterdam. The caravan was clean and functional enough but incredibly cramped in the bedrooms. We were missing our pre booked cleaning pack,...More
We stayed Friday to Monday in a 3 bedroom Espirit caravan with Eurocamp booked through sun holidays at a bargain price of £74! This is our second visit. Such a brilliant place for kids! Everything you could wish for! Caravan has everything that you need....More
As seasoned travelers my wife and I have been all around the globe but due to health conditions we no longer fly so we take the. Ferries from Hull to Rotterdam then about a forty minutes drive yo the camp
Everything is in close proximity...More
We did a bit of a road trip and drove all the way from Ireland to Duinrell and had a cabin rented for a week. Great holiday altogether, the package included free entry into the amusement park and the swimming pool. There was never a...More
Hi, we have done 2 different routes to Duinrell. The ferry Harwich-Hook of Holland and Eurotunnel to Calais and up from there. The sat-nav told us it would be just over 3 hours from Calais to the park but it actually took... More
Hi, we have done 2 different routes to Duinrell. The ferry Harwich-Hook of Holland and Eurotunnel to Calais and up from there. The sat-nav told us it would be just over 3 hours from Calais to the park but it actually took us over 5 hours! Traffic at certain points of the journey can be problematic, particularly through Belgium, and we found the extra driving just wasn't worth the cheaper fare by tunnel. The park is less than an hour from the Hook ferry port and it was much more pleasant to spend the travelling in a nice cabin lounging around watching the world float by. If you are used to long range driving in Europe then you'll be fine, just take anything your sat-nav says with a giant pinch of salt, lol ;-)
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It's straight forward - the port area seems to go on forever but apart from being industrial (ie ugly) the roads are straight enough, and once you get out of the Hook it's less claustrophobic. The roads are wide, the signs... More
It's straight forward - the port area seems to go on forever but apart from being industrial (ie ugly) the roads are straight enough, and once you get out of the Hook it's less claustrophobic. The roads are wide, the signs clear and the Dutch are patient. You'll be fine - and if you go wrong you can easily get back on track at the next junction
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"Choose somewhere close to the attractions (it is quiet at night)"