The caravan field amenity building, for the use of all visitors to the Park, is located opposite the Park office. Showers and toilets are to the left of the entrance and to the right is the amenity room, with underfloor heating, which includes a laundrette, dishwash, information/rest room, kitchen area, playpen for small children and computer for internet access.
A separate block with unisex toilets, wet suit wash, emergency telephone, and grey and chemical waste cubicles is immediately opposite the amenity building next to the wardens van (caravan 40). Outside are the motorhome drive over grey and chemical waste.
Two large washing machines are coin operated, £3.00 per wash. One of the washing machines can be utilized just for a rinse/spin cycle, £1.00. There are two tumble dryers, and a full wash would cost about £1.00 to £1.20 to dry. We provide laundry baskets, an ironing board and coin operated iron. There is a double sink for hand washing and an outside drying area.
Two double drainer sinks, and the kitchen sink can be used for dishwashing. Small containers are provided for food waste and compostable waste.
This area has a commercial microwave, electric kettle, toaster and small fridge. There is no cooker, but there is an induction hob, and appropriate pans. Freezer packs are available to hire from the office. You can eat your food at the breakfast bar or sit at the table in the small conservatory area, specially located to look across the Caravan Park to the sea.
Phone charging bank:
There are five lockers, each locker has a three pin socket, for laptops/tablets and an additional 10 mobile phone charging lockers. Just place your phone in the locker, plug in and place a £1 coin in the door. When closed the door can be locked and key removed. Unlocking the door with the key will return your coin – just like swimming pool lockers but a lot smaller.
Rest and information area:
Easy chairs, coffee tables, tourist information, maps, reading materials and book exchange. Play pen for small children – the theme is Jack and the Beanstalk. Ros Evans, my niece, is a local artist who paints a landscape scene for our calendar every year. She was asked to paint this mural and we think it’s fantastic. Look for Jack and look for the beanstalk climbing high up the rafters to end in the Giant’s castle. Please note this facility should only be used when a parent is in the room, children should never be left here.