Mill Rythe Park FAQs

Your Frequently Asked Questions

Please note, some building work in the main complex of the park, for our sparkling new developments will be taking place during your stay if you book a break between now and the end of May. This disruption will be minimal and only between the hours of 9am-5pm. 

Didn't Mill Rythe used to be a catered proposition?

It did indeed! The Mill Rythe today however is now a shiny new self-catered proposition, with pool, bar & restaurant, carvans and lodges with further developments on the way for 2022! 

Is there entertainment and activities?

From Easter there will be a brand-new family restaurant with stage showcasing the best of our entertainment, activities, and streaming all the latest music from 'Away Resorts Live'. Right now, we have PLAY activities you can takeaway but in peak school holidays there will be so much more! 

What is the food & drink offering?

It is a self-catered park but with the best restaurant on Hayling Island! Our Missing Squirrel Bar & Eatery will feel like your'e eating in a 5* Restaurant - perfect for selfies and foodie photos to make your friends jealous! From the end of May, the family dining space will also be perfect to eat whilst keeping the little ones entertained. 

Are dogs allowed?

Of course, don’t leave your four-legged friend at home!

We used to come years ago, are any of the old team there?

They are indeed! Toby Dawson, previous Deputy GM is now the General Manager, and Carmen Iuganu is our Guest Experience Manager, looking after all our lovely holidaymakers. There are also some other faces you may recognise too! 

Do you accept groups?

Yes, at the right times throughout the year, we welcome many groups to our Away Resorts Parks, including Mill Rythe. If you have any enquiry for 10 or more holiday homes please do give us a call! 

Can we own a holiday home at Mill Rythe?

You absolutely can!

• Exclusive Indulgent holiday homes
• 12-month licenses
• Competitive prices and pitch fees
• NCC approved
• Exclusive owner privileges^
• Sublet through us, and gain additional income to support your running costs

Why did we change Mill Rythe to a self-catered proposition?

The demand for a self-catered proposition was greater than ever, customers were looking for more flexible holiday experiences both on park and in the surrounding areas. Combining this in a world where we are all living with COVID-19, we also had to seriously consider the reopening of Mill Rythe, putting the safety of our customers first. From this, we determined with great sadness that we were unable to provide the Mill Rythe holiday experience for the foreseeable future.

As a new self-catered provider at Mill Rythe we want to be aligned to the rest of parks within Away Resorts.

Discovering different...

Whilst you wait... just think about being in your swimmers, the sun's out and the smiles are big