Pool & Spa Area
The Pool area here at Nanas Holiday House has been designed with the whole family in mind. The Pool is S West facing giving you plenty of sunshine all day long. It is very private as it backs onto conservation land giving some wonderful views, especially as the sun sets in the evening.
The deck and pool area can be accessed off the open plan kitchen and dining area via patio doors. These doors have been fitted with child safety alarms which not only keep your children safe but will also keep your mind at ease knowing your child cannot venture out to the pool area without you knowing. Also around the pool there is a removable pool safety fence. This is just another security measure we have fitted to keep your mind at ease and your children safe. Although the pool fence is removable, we advise to have it in place at all times. Also never leave children unattended around the pool area.
The pool itself has been upgraded to 30 x 15ft which gives you plenty of room for swimming or simply to have some fun and games with the children. The pool has a top of the range gas heater installed for those chillier winter months (recommended from October through April) so you can even enjoy a swim on Christmas day!
On the lovely evenings, you’ll be able to sit back and relax in our spa while watching the sun set over the lake and trees, can you think of a better way to relax after a hectic day at the Theme Parks. The Spa also has an upgraded gas heater so the water will be lovely and warm during those winter months.
The Deck area offers plenty of sun loungers to go around, as well a comfortable dining area if you choose to eat outside. Plastic poolware is provided with safety in mind.
As the pool and spa are south west facing there will be lots of sunshine and with this in mind we have upgraded the Lanai area to cover the full length of the house, this little extra means that when the sun is at its warmest you or the little ones can escape to some shade. For those who wish not to, there is still plenty of area around the deck to catch those rays.