New Touring Facilities for 2009
Investing £150,000, Woodhill Park will add to their existing facilities by creating a new family bathroom, with a bath, shower, toilet and sink and three other family shower rooms, all with toilets, sinks, hairdryers and baby changing units.
“Green technology will play a major role in this refurbishment with solar panels added to the block’s roof to heat the water. We hope the addition of these private family rooms will give our family guests both privacy and security,” says Ian Hacon from Woodhill Park.
He explains: “Anyone who has ever tried to take a shower while keeping an eye on a four and two year old will really appreciate them - I speak from experience!” Adding: “Once they have proved successful we plan to add even more.”
Located in East Runton, just a stone’s throw from the famous seaside resort of Cromer, Woodhill Park has stunning views of the North Norfolk coastline and surrounding countryside. It offers a range of luxury holiday homes plus outstanding facilities for touring caravans, motor homes and campers. The holiday homes have either two or three bedrooms sleeping up to six people and are fully equipped with central heating, kitchen with microwave, gas oven/hob and fridge, colour television and DVD player, shower room and outside BBQ.
For touring and camping visitors there are also laundry and washing-up areas and chemical disposal points.
But it’s not just the facilities and customer service that stands out, holidaymakers will find Woodhill Park has a very distinctive natural environment and is managed very carefully, so that certain species of plants will thrive and birds such as skylarks are attracted. The park places a high priority on the environment and is specially managed for the maximum benefit of wildlife.
Since the late 1990s, a carefully designed management plan has been in operation for Woodhill’s natural assets. This means that wildflower meadows and native planting will ensure the park is a great food source for the wide variety of wildlife that lives on and around the site. Visitors will hear the increasingly rare song of skylarks through late spring and into summer, and there is always a profusion of wildflowers on the meadow which help attract insects and butterflies. This commitment to the environment is long term to ensure wildlife will have a safe haven for many years to come.
The park has retained its gold status from the David Bellamy inspection that it has held for several years and its 4 Star Visit Britain Quality in Tourism ratings also revealed that Woodhill has continued its commitment to their visitors, improving consecutively over the past four years with the score of 90%.