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    Looking for a holiday park in Germany please

    I have looked at the Center parcs site and wondered if there was anywhere similar that doesn't cost as much that anyone knows off?

    3 adults and 2 children for 10 days Half Board at Centerparcs Fri 26th - Mon 5th is £2,127.02 which when u add travel costs on is too much for us

    Any advice appreciated - spent lots of time Googling various Gemany Holiday Park type searches but to no avail

    Don't want to camp or caravan
    Want half board
    Want a pool
    Northern Germany

    thanks
    nicojo

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    I believe the sun do/ did some german ones as part of their 9.50£ holiday deals maybe take a look at their list for inspiration?

    whatsThePoint

    I've heard colditz is good



    It is a totally amazing place to visit - well worth going to.

    dcx_badass

    Whoooooooooosh.



    Not really. Trying to turn a pointless remark into something of potential use for the OP. So whoooosh to you too!

    This won't be much help, but you want a pool, no doubt complete with sunloungers, in Germany? Are you mad?

    I know its not Germany, but we really enjoyed Duinrell, near The Hague in Holland.
    duinrell.nl

    Banned

    Errm there not actually called holiday camps.

    Original Poster

    Thanks for all the replies guys

    We have been to Centerparcs Germany a few times and the price has gone up this year

    Used to fantastic indoor pools at them and amazing variety of food, but I think that's typical Germany

    I looked at the Centerparcs in Holland and its even more expensive

    The Germany Centerpars is 5 star tho, so perhaps the prices are deserved - we'd rather pay less for less facilities

    thanks, nicojo

    Original Poster

    wobinb - Feb 22, 2011 14:59I know its not Germany, but we really enjoyed … wobinb - Feb 22, 2011 14:59I know its not Germany, but we really enjoyed Duinrell, near The Hague in Holland.http://www.duinrell.nl



    What was the breakfast and dinner like?

    In the info it says breakfast is oven-fresh croissant, a bread roll, savory and sweet toppings, butter, a boiled egg, freshly squeezed orange juice and coffee, organic tea, cappuccino or café au lait.
    Is that all there is on offer?

    And dinner - is that only "soups, pizzas, lasagna, assorted a la minute pasta dishes, antipasti dishes and salads"?

    Thanks
    nicojo

    We didn't eat there, we were self-catering.
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