We are just back from a week long stay at Camping Duinrell in the Netherlands where six of us staying in one of the new Moda mobile homes provided by Canvas Holidays. I have worked with Canvas Holidays before when we visited La Croix Du Vieux Pont in France so I had high expectations for this trip.
We flew to Amsterdam and drove south towards Wassenaar which took around 45 minutes. Finding Duinrell was really easy and we were soon shown to our accommodation.
The Moda accommodation at Camping Duinrell are brand new this year and are set in a lovely bit of forest at the very edge of the park. This did mean it was a good few minutes walk to the onsite supermarket but it also meant that it was a secluded quiet part of the resort which was home to some lovely wildlife.
The inside of the Moda was spacious and bright and it was a pleasure to stay in for the week. Even with six of us in the accommodation we still had plenty of room to move around and the beds were surprisingly comfortable.
Staying in the Moda meant that we also had a gas BBQ which we used for a few meals and to toast marshmallows. The kitchen cupboards were filled with pans, crockery, and cutlery as well as cooking utensils such as a garlic press, bottle opener, and potato peeler. There was also a full sized oven, hob and fridge freezer which was perfect for self-catering for a large family for the week. There was even a cafetiere which made me very happy.
The Moda accommodation was the perfect base for our canvas holiday. We were able to sit out on the decking area on warmer evenings or around the table inside when it turned cold. The water pressure and temperature were perfect and the beds were comfortable. In fact apart from a few home comforts such as extra pillows, wifi signal or a tv (I am not saying that was a bad thing) then I could definitely have spent even longer here. There was a Bluetooth speaker bar in the accommodation which was easy to use too and I connected my phone to it most days to allow us to listen to music.
As for the Wifi, it is available to purchase on site and it does work in the park and in some of the camping areas but unfortunately not where the Moda accommodation is situated. However, I was able to get a fairly decent phone signal (I am on Vodafone) which meant I wasn’t completely disconnected from the world and therefore wasn’t sat rocking in the corner for the whole trip.
Included in the accommodation is free entry to the Duinrell theme park which I will be writing about later this week so make sure you check back to find out more about it.