- We travelled a family of 5, ages child, teen and adults. Flew by Ryanair took 1hr15 mins from Dublin, had a pre booked transfer awaiting for us in arrivals lounge. €112 return with Airport taxis transfers. Driver was so lovely and cheerful got our holiday off to great start.
On arrival at Duinrell we went to the Eurocamp desk, mobile was ready, shown a map, circled the mobile location and off we went "ourselves" to find it..
Passport photo is required for park pass, security at the gate is very strict and passes must be shown by each person entering the park. Loss of pass is €25 and must he reported.
Comments on our Espirit mobile left out of this part of review.
Day we arrived was so hot and blue skies we dumped our bags in our mobile and walked the park, What a great park!!.
The outdoor pool.. (its baltic). Having an indoor pool was of great benefit on rainy days. Cost is €5 for 2hrs €6 for 3hrs €7 for a full day but you can't leave and return you must pay again.
The theme park is fantastic, something for everyone, not much queues and very organised.
In The Plaza area there is a full restaurant buffet style. A fast food place Pizzas to takeaway from €10. Buy drinks in the supermarket beforehand as its €3.30 for a 330ml.
Shop on site is well stocked, prices €1-2 euro more expensive than Jumbo supermarket located in Wassenaar.
There is bike & go karts available to rent at the park prices from €10 per day. There is a beach but we didn't get to visit as weather was bipolar.
There were event nights, like bingo, movie etc organised
There is a games room located in The Plaza bar downstairs with mini bowling etc. Great spot but busy. Can get very noisey at night around the Plaza area.
The town of Wassenaar is so beautiful, boutique style shops, Bars and restaurants Pops gets the 5stars from us for best restaurant, American style diner, prices very reasonable. The burgers are scrumptious.
There are great pancake houses both inside and outside the park.
If wanting to get out and about....
The bus 44/444 to Den Haag is outside the main reception tkts are €7.50 return. Trams in The Hague are very frequent and cost €6.50 for the day.
The bus 43 to Leiden is located in Waasenaar 10/12 mins walk. Cost €7.50 rtn. There are canals tours in Leiden available from €11pp child €6 The bus stations for the above bring you right into the train stations were connections to Amsterdam central is easy got. Railrunner tkt for children under 12 are €2.50 rtn. Adults €24 rtn into Amsterdam from Den Haag. From Leiden it's approx €10 Look at website ns.nl for alternative type of tkts. It seems to be alot cheaper pre booking tkts online and ticket machines are €1 cheaper than booking at the ticket desk.
Canal tours in Amsterdam range from €13-€18 adult and €8-€11 for children under 12. We made the most of our visit to Holland and did alot of travelling and sightseeing from our base. Car recommended but not needed. The public transport runs like clockwork.
Published on: 16 August 2018