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Center Parcs Longleat advice/recommendations?

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5y, 6m agoPosted 5 years, 6 months ago
Hi guys.

My friend has book a trip for about 8 of us and I've done a bit of reading at but just wanted to know what activites have you done and think are 'worth' it?

I think we're all pretty much 'up' for most activities but the acitivities can add up so I just want to get an idea. I.e We'll play mini-golf etc but we don't wanna be paying ££ for all of us only to get 30-45mins enjoyment out of it!

Realistically myself, i was looking at Target Archery, Climbing skills and Cycling. The rest of the time will be spent chilling and probably the indoor activities.

Anyways, any advice appreciated!
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5y, 6m agoPosted 5 years, 6 months ago

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if you have your own racquets etc - take what you can of your own so you dont have to pay for theirs
Do they have field Archery at Longleat ? The target archery is pants, field is great though :)
TBH, by the time we'd finished swimming, cycling & walking we were happy enough to do the mini golf & nothing else.
Kayaking is a good group activity and I don't think it was too pricey. Also the swimming costs no extra and is awesome. Apart from that just walk and cycle to save the pennies. Plenty to do on a budget.
Doh, bringing your own rackets is something I probably would have forgot! Great reminder.

Re: the archery, here are the options,

so it looks like no field, what's the difference? Never fired a proper bow before but thinking about it now (since you've planted the seed of doubt in my head!) I imagine it could get quite lame (?!) :/

How did you guys find the mini golf and kayaking, cis_groupie and gbspurs?

How about the restaurants? Any recommendations? Eat our or cook at home (where the pots and pans, in good condition etc?)

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