A delightful park in a peaceful countryside setting. We also have a fishing lake and we are on the edge of a championship golf course.Open from:
- Leisure Club
- Fishing Lake
- Green Bowling
- Model Boating Lake
- Golf Course
Churchtown Botanic Gardens
Based on 3 review(s)
Lancashire 26 Apr 2016
I have a holiday home on this site since 6/09/09 to present and I don't know who in the static caravans you have been talking too but I as an owner on site and many of my neighbours came here because of the policy of mature adults no dogs and no children to live on site, and as for the new owners things for us have been great since they took over, it's hard to get a proper feel for our site when only visiting for a few days and we are a 5 star site which I think says it all.
lancashire 30 Apr 2012
This place is the pits...been taken over and the new owners haven't a clue what caravanner's want. pretty much a dictatorial regime. Don't expect being able to enjoy life here, their restrictive rules go into reams. Firstly, if you have a dog then naturally you will wish to take it on holiday with you, after all there is no better holiday choice... walks in the countryside etc... NOT SO HERE... as dogs are not permitted. The management are out of the ark, with a 60's attitude, they should be sent on a public relations course, as they have no idea how to liaise with the public. Miserable, patronising,pedantic, rude and uncompromising. I spoke to a number of static caravan 'residents' here... not a happy bunch either. apart from not allowing pets, they are beseiged with petty rules and regulations. No washing to be hung out on a sunday (tough luck if you work six days a week), no cutting of grass either! Of course you will need somewhere to store your mowing machine and other garden paraphernalia, a shed obviously... except you are not allowed to have a shed! still, there is a big area underneath a static caravan to utilise as storage... except you are not allowed to do this either. If you like the discipline of rules and regulations and 'cliques' then this is the place for you!... ideal for golfers! If I was able to give it zero stars I would!
dumfries & galloway 31 Jul 2009
when we got the information pack through we it all sounded a bit strict and i thought oh!! But when we arrived it really was a lovely wee site. The touring part of the site isn,t that big but it is clean and tidy however after being there for 3 nights the bins hadn,t been emptied and were now overflowing. There is a small play park for the children, and when you have 4 kids this is very handy to keep them occupied while we were on site. As it states, it is beside a golf course which is where you pick your keys up, which you have to pay a £10 deposit, if no one is in the reception. This has a leisure complex aswell and the children where excited as they thought they could go swimming, but this was no to be. You need a pass which you only get if you are a member of the golf club, or the leisure centre. They would allow you in if you could obtain a pass from someone that you knew, but this is highly unlikey when you like 300 miles away and don't know anyone in the area!! You can also go up to the golf complex for the entertainment, but be aware it is strict dress code!!! Toilets are basic, but again clean and tidy but the showers are a pain, they only stay on for 5 mins then you have to press the button again!! Much like the showers at the swimming pool!! Overall, we really enjoyed our stay and the kids were happy playing at the park or soldiers in the bushes!! It would have been nice to meet the owners but we never seen any sign of them but we would return. Hurlston Hall Caravan Park, Ormskirk, Lancashire