Reighton

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Reviews of Reighton Sands Holiday Park, Filey

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Review by Ria Brown on 1st September, 2008

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The 'entertainment' complex itself is very poor, and don't have much for the kids apart from arcades. The play park was poorly maintained, paints on the play area are fading and you can tell that they haven't been seen to for at least 10 years. The pool was absolutely disgusting, the kids were really looking forward swimming but when we saw the state of the pool we quickly changed our minds. The place itself is poorly maintained, lots of pot holes, and you can tell that they can't really be bothered to keep it nice. I know this was only a cheap holiday, but cheap doesnt mean that you have to compromise hygiene, I found the facilities disgusting, the toilets were mostly blocked, hardly cleaned and the panels underneath the sinks were missing, it was absolutely disgusting! We booked for 2 nights and only stayed for 1 it was that bad. The views however are a different story, we enjoyed the experience once we were out of the complex. .

Date visited: 30/08/2008

Review by paul atkinson on 28th January, 2008

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i have been coming to this park since i was a young tareaway, i am now nearly 30 years old and still cant get enough of the place as it is absolutley fantastic for entertainment, sea views, and nearby attractions (filey, scarborough and bridlington, its great for touring caravans, camping, motorhomes and there statics are just beautiful to to hide away in. I would reccomend this site to anyone who is after a lively eventfull holiday as this is the number 1 place to be enjoying yourselfs like me, thanks Paul

Date visited: 23 aug 2007

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