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Review by Martin Lemon on 19th July, 2009

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My wife and i stayed here for a week.First impressions were excellent,greeted at reception by Ged,very polite and welcoming.Accommodation was good,nice and clean,couldn't fault it.Double glazing and central heating made it very cosy and enjoyable.The beach and surrounding area was excellent.Food at the nearby hotel was good and the Guinness was spot on.There is a Tesco and a Morrisons just down the road in Whitehaven.St Bees is very nice.Go to the top of St Bees Head to enjoy the magnificent view.We had an excellent holiday with lots of places to visit,a week was not long enough.We will be returning to Seacote in the very near future.

Date visited: 2nd MAY 2009

Review by Paul on 31st May, 2008

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Good clean park. Very quiet but thats how we like it. Caravan was great,clean and in good order and we only had a basic model. Beach area stunning views and lots of stones and pebbles on beach later on on but in morning it's sand as the tides out. A play park for kids but even better are the rock pools we spent hours hunting crabs and fish. Lots of great walks and fresh air. We also travelled a lot to other places and it was a good base. Theres a hotel that serves food a short walk away and several pubs in St Bees but we didn't use them so can't comment, seemed busy though. St Bees itself is charming not much there but plenty of character, a village shop with most things to buy, but egremont only 2ish miles away with a co-op. Theres a beach shop and cafe, but no entertainment or clubhouse, but we didn't mind that. Really enjoyed and felt we'd had a relaxing break.

Date visited: May 24th 2008

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