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Center Parcs - Longleat

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banned9y, 5m agoPosted 9 years, 5 months ago
Hi everyone, I am taking my 2 under 5 yr olds to Center Parcs at Longleat. Looking at the activitys available online they are either suited to older children, way too expensive, or not of interest to a 5 and 3 yr old. Can anyone recommend some exciting stuff to do, special entry deals, days out, etc near Longleat.

P.S. I have Tesco Entry Tickets to Longleat Safari Park, but just need stuff to do for the other 6 days, my hair is already wearing thin at the thought of it.

Cheers in advance
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banned9y, 5m agoPosted 9 years, 5 months ago
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#2
There is a kids club which has different kids activities every day, not shown on the site but will be in the book when you get it :)
#3
We have been to oasis whinfell and sherwood forest, and are looking at going to longleat for the first time next year - please give me your opinion when you get back :)
#4
I am just back from Oasis Whinfell with our 3 and 1 year old. We didn't go off site. Most activities are aimed at older kids but ours love the numerous soft play areas, the adventure playgrounds and the swimming pools. Thats 3 years running to Whinfell. Would be interested on what people think of the other sites for under 5s.
banned#5
The kids clubs state they are £18 per session, with 2 kids, that would be £36 per day, for the week £252. Thank you for your suggestion, I just think thats extortionate, after they have charged us over a grand just to get through the front door in the first place.
banned#6
Kelly, I'll let you know what its like when I get back
#7
Thanks :)

I agree, the prices are really high for all of the activities! Very expensive holiday, even if you dont do much!
#8
Dont forget - pool is free and good for killing a few hours, also most of the villages have a little beach area, and they all have playgrounds. Crazy golf is quite cheap and the kids enjoy it
#9
Hi Kelly

Surely you didn't pay full price though?

This is hotukdeals after all ;-)

Dude
#10
Dude1971
Hi Kelly

Surely you didn't pay full price though?

This is hotukdeals after all ;-)

Dude


Since I am not paying anything, I get it 100% discounted! :giggle:

We havent booked yet, going next September for my 21st :) will be trying not to pay full price, but the vouchers dont usually work on the executive lodges

The activities arent discounted unfortunately!
#11
Yes never managed to get a code for a full week holiday in a large executive lodge. The only activity we forked out on this holiday was a pedalo ride, £7 for half an hour. Once the kids are older I doubt we will keep going back due to the activity prices.
#12
Longleat is great but a little hilly so build up you calves before you go. They have a little train(landrover in disguise) too.
banned#13
How do you get a full week free of charge, I got a 25% discount when I booked but couldn't get it free...I didn't know they did that

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