This information highlights what is available and what you are required to take with you on your holiday.
We respectfully ask that things items remain in the caravan at the end of your holiday so that others guests can take advantage and enjoy their holiday as well.
What to take with you!
Towels and Tea Towels
Washing Up Sundries
Extra Pillows, if required
Spare Toilet Rolls
AA Batteries for the Wii controllers/TV remote
Check out our Frequently Asked Questions here - FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS 2018 - SHORT BREAK CARAVANS - EVERY-ONE.pdf
A small alarm is fitted to the top of the main door of each caravan. The aim of this sleep-safe alarm is to alert any parent or carer should a child open the door and attempt to leave without their knowledge. This unit has an 'on / off' button so use is option.
For the comfort of families who undertake a short break caravan, all bedding is supplied for the appropriate number of guests. This includes pillows with pillow cases, duvets with duvet covers, mattress protectors and bed sheets.
There is an on site launderette should any of the bedding require cleaning during the break. We must advise that if any items are beyond laundering then guests may incur a charge for replacements.
All guests will be issued with wristband passes upon arrival which enables entry to the fantastic family entertainment, fairground rides and fun Splash Water World at the main Butlin's Resort which is situated opposite the Caravan Village.
Both caravans are centrally heated, fully furnished and equipped with a Wii console with 2 controllers, TV, DVD, CD player, kettle, toaster, microwave and adapted cutlery.
The Wii games console includes Wii Sports, Wii Play, Mario & Sonic at the Olympics. DVD;s include Rango and Despicable Me. Guests are welcome to take their own games and DVD's.
To book your Short Break Holiday, visit our booking page here
By phone - 07900 905 904
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