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All You Need to Know About the Pool
at Landal Duc de Brabant

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... fantastic, very helpful & speak many languages. Ate in restaurant & coffee shop, lovely food & service. This is somewhere for a relaxing holiday. Pool is nice although very cold! You can hire bikes & there is a laundrette on site. Car required to explore as there isn’t a lot around but some...
... There's a fully equipped kitchen, but you have to bring you own sugar, spices etc. - but that's typical for those holiday parks, I think. In the morning you will be awoken by the sounds of the roosters.There is a little pool, Minigolf and a few playgrounds. There is plenty to see in the area.
... which is a 30-minute drive, and well worth a visit if you have children. The holiday village had a couple of parks for children and a swimming pool too. We didn't use the on-site restaurant but it seemed busy and popular. We had a browse around the local towns of Diessen and Hilvarenbeek,...

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Rowena D wrote a review Sep 2018
Pontefract, United Kingdom58 contributions8 helpful votes
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We stayed here in the 6 person luxury bungalow. Site is like a village & well set out. We had 3 bedrooms, 2 with sinks, a toilet upstairs & a toilet downstairs. Separate family bathroom with very long, deep bath & excellent shower. There was a double canopy sunbed & a wonderful sauna upstairs also. Downstairs was an open plan lounge with cd player & flatscreen tv which also received English channels & radio. Kitchen diner had oven with grill, microwave, fridge with ice box, 2 coffee machines & dishwasher. We received a welcome pack on arrival & the on site shop sells essentials not too expensively. You can also have meals delivered. Outside was a good sized garden with table & chairs. No issues with accommodation & staff are fantastic, very helpful & speak many languages. Ate in restaurant & coffee shop, lovely food & service. This is somewhere for a relaxing holiday. Pool is nice although very cold! You can hire bikes & there is a laundrette on site. Car required to explore as there isn’t a lot around but some lovely walks & cycle routes, pretty villages & farmland. Reception can supply walking routes. There is a farm with a vending machine across the road where you can buy fresh milk & eggs very cheaply. Tilburg about 40 minutes drive, Amsterdam just under 2 hrs. Mainly motorway & roads are roomy & drivers courteous. Great Metro system in Amsterdam & recommend a boat trip on the canals. There is a Lidl in Tilburg & an Aldi 10 mins away in Hildenvareek. Holland is very clean & not crowded. You need to pay for public toilets - between 50c - 1e & there are not many of them. We had a great time here & would be happy to return.
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Date of stay: August 2018
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Kerstin N wrote a review Sep 2017
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We spent a week in August 2017 - it's a quiet park, every house comes with a garden. There's a fully equipped kitchen, but you have to bring you own sugar, spices etc. - but that's typical for those holiday parks, I think. In the morning you will be awoken by the sounds of the roosters.There is a little pool, Minigolf and a few playgrounds. There is plenty to see in the area.
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Date of stay: August 2017Trip type: Travelled with friends
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KGTravels wrote a review Sep 2015
Kent, UK55 contributions48 helpful votes
We stayed here at the end of the August to wind down after a week of more hectic holiday villages.

The little house we stayed in was lovely and comfortable, and had all the amenities we needed to cook. We went for a day trip to Efteling, which is a 30-minute drive, and well worth a visit if you have children. The holiday village had a couple of parks for children and a swimming pool too. We didn't use the on-site restaurant but it seemed busy and popular.

We had a browse around the local towns of Diessen and Hilvarenbeek, and had a nice lunch at Roots Foodbar Cabana,

All in all a nice and quiet place to stay!
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Date of stay: August 2015Trip type: Travelled with family
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Helen S wrote a review Nov 2014
Hindley, United Kingdom37 contributions16 helpful votes
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I stayed here for four nights during October half term with my parents and two 11 year old nieces. We had a 3 bedroomed house which was spacious, comfortable and clean. The downstairs consisted of an open plan kitchen/diner/living room, a twin bedroom, WC and bathroom. Upstairs was another two twin bedrooms, one with a sunbed in and the other with a proper sauna! All the rooms were a good size and storage was reasonable. The only complaints we had were the lack of mirrors in the bedrooms and that one bathroom for 5 people (it slept 6) is a struggle.

The kitchen facilities were good with plenty of utensils but only 6 mugs, not good for tea drinking Brits! My mum complained about the oven as it was absolutely filthy, but otherwise there were no issues.

The park was quiet with only a few amenities due to the season. The small pool was closed but the girls enjoyed the mini-golf and trampoline. There were sports courts too and a playground. The park was nice to stroll round, especially at the top towards the log cabins and beyond that the privately owned caravans and chalets.

There is a hotel on site and this is where the restaurant is. We dined there on the first night because we thought it would be easier however the service was so unbelievably slow! The staff were perfectly polite and friendly however it took 15 minutes to take our drink order then about another 30 for the food order. The restaurant wasn't that busy but they seemed to concentrate on a table at a time. However, the food when it arrived was excellent but the slow service prevented us from returning. On our last night we went to a restaurant called De Zwarte Zwaan (The Black Swan) in Diessen. The food and service were superb, the other customers were friendly and we were made to feel very welcome.

The location of the site is excellent, only a 30 minute drive from Efteling (an amazing theme park), Tilburg and Eindhoven. There is plenty to see and do in the area and I hope to return in the near future. I would most definitely choose to stay at this site again when I do.
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Date of stay: October 2014Trip type: Travelled with family
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