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Hoburne Naish
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Reviewed 25 April 2010

me and my boyfriend stayed in the 2 bed solent lodge from monday to friday. it was a late discision as we had our holidy 2 lanzarote cancelled due to the volcanic ash. we were very suprised how clean and well equipped the lodge was, the camp s very well kept. not that much to do there but very relaxing. the smugglers restaurant does a great meal. theres a few nice restaurants at the little town about 15 minutes walk way. the thai is a great meal. and very cheap aswell. you can get to the town through the back gate which is abit quicker which they are supposed to lock at 10. but one nite we arrived back at 9 and they had already locked it so we had to go all through the dark woods which i wasnt impressed atall. apart from this very enjoyable stay and will hopefuly returning at christmas time.

  • Stayed: April 2010, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank peteanmeesh
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Reviewed 7 September 2009

Went for a week at the end of August, stayed in a lodge. Very clean and comfortable, well appointed kitchen and bathrooms. The park is well set out, there is plenty of room between the lodges and loads of open space for kids to play. The indoor swimming pools were clean and as were the changing facilities. There is a small gym which never seemed too busy, had new equipment and decent A/C. There are the usual park staples of a launderette, shop, bar, restaurant, arcade and entertainment rooms which were all fine. The kids play area was well set out and well fenced in.

The other side of the park does seem a bit more dated with lots of old style chalets. I would reccommend the Meadows as the part of the park to stay in.

There is also no fence between the edge of the park and the cliffs.

  • Stayed: August 2009, travelled with family
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1  Thank theblackjohn
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Reviewed 1 May 2009

Stayed at Hoburne Naish over the easter period with our daughter and her two children. The park is situated on the clifftop with views of the Needles, which in the morning at the break of day looking amazing!

There was plenty of open space for the kids to play in and lot of other things at the centre for them to do like an adventure playground, tennis court, baskball court, crazy golf. The site itself is vast, very clean and you get a sense of being somewhere most people don't know about despite it being fairly busy the week we went.

The surrounding area has lots to do as well from the expected attractions such as Paulton's Park, Adventure Wonderland, etc for the kids to little towns like Mudeford, Lyndhurst, etc to go invesitgating once the family gets tired of the rides!

The accommodation was great too - we stayed in a 4 bed Solent Lodge. It was clean, spacious and had everything we needed for our holiday.

We were fairly impressed with the staff as well. they were knowledge and friendly but weren't pushy and didn't try selling things to us. To be fair we were pretty much left to have our holiday the way we wanted to!

Overall we had a very good holiday at Naish, the staff were friendly without being pushy, the accommodation was great and we had all the information we needed to hand. Will definately be making a return visit!

  • Stayed: April 2009, travelled with family
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1  Thank mbsmithbham
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Reviewed 3 April 2009

We booked into an Ashurst chalet, cheap but you get what you pay for. Small, grubby and smelly, a little like the OAP's home my grandad is in but without the great views.
As hard as I tried, I just could not bring myself to stay here and asked to upgrade to a lodge.
The lodge was lovely...one of the best I've stayed in, clean, homely and modern, although I don't think all have been updated.
I would definately stay in one of the lodges again but you'd have to pay me alot to stay in one of the chalets again.

  • Stayed: March 2009, travelled with family
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Reviewed 9 August 2016
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Stayed: August 2016, travelled with family
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