Frequently Asked Questions

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I have older children. Are your holidays suitable for us?

Absolutely! Although all the places in our collection have been selected for their baby and toddler suitability there are also some fantastic holidays for older children. These are child friendly holidays with everything for toddlers up to teens! Please get in touch for advice about this and also see our collection of the best holiday parks for older children and teens.

Do I need a car?

Not everywhere. There are some holiday parks which you can get to easily without bringing or hiring a car and where you don't need a car once you're there. The easiest place to visit without a car is Duinrell. It's just 30 mins in a taxi from Amsterdam airport or you can get the train to Leiden and then a bus/taxi to the park. The Belgian Coast Sunparks are also easily accessible by getting the train to Ostende and then the coastal tram. Please contact us for more info and we'll be happy to advise.

Can I see the places to stay on a map?

Yes. On each of our featured places to stay we include a map showing the individual location. You can also see a map showing all of our places to stay: Holiday Park Locations Apartment Locations Farm Holiday Locations Hotel Locations

Is travel included?

Little Clogs Holidays are accommodation only providers but we can give you advice on the best way to get to your destination and recommend the best deals. Please see our how to get there section to book your crossing.

Are prices per person?

No, prices are always per accommodation type which usually works out much cheaper than if you were paying for separate hotel rooms. Prices will usually be displayed in euros.

Do we pay for our holiday in Euros or Sterling?

Usually the holiday price will be displayed in Euros but there will be the option of paying in Sterling too.

What kind of baby facilities are included in the accommodation?

You will be provided with a cot, highchair and in some cases a baby bath. However, please confirm at the time of booking your exact requirements and the holiday park will be pleased to accommodate this. There may be an additional cost for these extras. If you book a special children's themed bungalow on any of the Little Clogs selected holiday parks you will also get some other standard extras such as toys, games, a play pen, potty, toilet seat and extra safety features, such as plug covers. Most of Little Clogs' selected accommodations are on one level but where there is a second floor then stair gates are provided in the majority of cases.  

How can I contact Little Clogs Holidays if I would like more advice?

Is Holland the same as The Netherlands?

The Netherlands is the official name and Holland is actually a region in the West of the country. However, internationally and informally, most people refer to The Netherlands as Holland so we have too! Find out more about what Holland has to offer here

Is it easy to get to Holland or Belgium?

Yes, its super easy! Apart from France these are the nearest continental countries to the UK. For more information about getting to these countries please see our Travelling to Holland and Belgium page!

How will I receive confirmation of my booking?

As you will be clicking through from our site and booking directly with our recommended partners you will receive your confirmation email directly from them.

Which foods are Holland and Belgium famous for?

Holland is well known for its pancakes and pancake houses are quite a tradition. You can usually choose from hundreds of different pancakes; sweet or savoury! Or pick up a bag of mini sugar dusted pancakes: "Poffertjes" which are delicious! The Dutch also love their apple pies and their "Stropwafels" (Syrup filled waffle biscuits which go perfectly with a cup of tea or coffee!) Also popular in Holland are its "Bitterballen": savoury balls made from meat and herbs and its "Croquetten," similar to Bitterballen but bigger, and delicious when served inside a bread roll with mustard! Belgium is famous for its chips (apparently the best in the world!) and its waffles which you can buy at various street corners throughout the cities! Each city has its own special dishes too. If you're eating out in Gent make sure you try their fish stew (Waterzooie) or their Beef stew (Gentse Stoverij), both hits with our toddlers and great to dip chips in!

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