Cadbury World family pass with overnight hotel stay inc breakfast for 2 adults & 2 children now £119 saving 28% @ Littlebird
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Cadbury World family pass with overnight hotel stay inc breakfast for 2 adults & 2 children now £119 saving 28% @ Littlebird

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Family pass for upto 2 adults and 2 children under 12 for Cadbury World with an overnight stay including breakfast from just £119. You can add an extra child under 12 for £20 if you have 3 too. Book now and the dates are valid right through until March 2018.
You will stay in the Plough and Harrow Hotel, an 18th century historic hotel close to Birmingham city centre and a 15 minute drive to Cadbury World. Staying in a family room with breakfast included, flat screen tv, en-suite bathroom with shower complimentary toiletries and free internet access.
http://www.ploughandharrowhotel.co.uk/application/files/8114/7323/4744/Plough--Harrow-Hotel---Gallery.jpg

Your family pass for Cadbury World is valid the day after your overnight stay at the hotel.
Dates from now until March 2018 are available and you can buy the package now and book your exact date nearer the time you want. Valid all through the summer holidays as well.

£119 package is valid for Sunday night stays
£139 package for Saturday night stays
£129 for Friday night stays.
Date exclusions are December: 11th, 15th, 18th, 24th - 26th, 31st
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Not voting either way, but can't believe this place is still open. 4D cinema was good, but long queues to get in and over too quickly. Food and drink in the courtyard was expensive and had to pay extra for climbing activity. Play area good if a bit small for the number of kids there.
Actual factory was boring imo. Long corridors to march through with nothing to see. A few chocolate handout stations, but given the entry price, a few free Wispas doesn't quite cut it for me. There was a small car ride around m&m land which was OK for young kids, but be prepared to pay for a photo.
If the place is local, then go, but if you're travelling thus needing the hotel, my advice would be to take your kids somewhere else that is fun.
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Not voting either way, but can't believe this place is still open. 4D cinema was good, but long queues to get in and over too quickly. Food and drink in the courtyard was expensive and had to pay extra for climbing activity. Play area good if a bit small for the number of kids there.
Actual factory was boring imo. Long corridors to march through with nothing to see. A few chocolate handout stations, but given the entry price, a few free Wispas doesn't quite cut it for me. There was a small car ride around m&m land which was OK for young kids, but be prepared to pay for a photo.
If the place is local, then go, but if you're travelling thus needing the hotel, my advice would be to take your kids somewhere else that is fun.
I worked for Cadbury for 10 years a while back before they got taken over. I agree with the above if its free admission go if not 3 bars of chocolate and a boring tour....I'd rather take them to the cinema and a meal out
Went in October last year with my other half. Definitely not worth the money. Highlight was the bars of chocolate given as you go in.
It's really boring. The factory part is depressing. I saw a man sitting on a swivel chair, spinning around and playing on his mobile....Some factory! The highlight of our day was nipping under the barrier and going back for more free chocolate.
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Not voting either way, but can't believe this place is still open. 4D … Not voting either way, but can't believe this place is still open. 4D cinema was good, but long queues to get in and over too quickly. Food and drink in the courtyard was expensive and had to pay extra for climbing activity. Play area good if a bit small for the number of kids there.Actual factory was boring imo. Long corridors to march through with nothing to see. A few chocolate handout stations, but given the entry price, a few free Wispas doesn't quite cut it for me. There was a small car ride around m&m land which was OK for young kids, but be prepared to pay for a photo. If the place is local, then go, but if you're travelling thus needing the hotel, my advice would be to take your kids somewhere else that is fun.



​I went to this place last year. BOOKED A HOTEL, following day went to Crapbury world. very disappointed. All the above.... Dont waste your money please.
Hold on. My girls were 4 and 6 and they absolutely loved the whole thing. They still talk about it more than a year on. I wouldn't hesitate to take them back.
I love chocolate factories.
Agree with the comments above. On the actual tickets there is a disclaimer saying this is NOT a factory tour! (as they've moved the chocolate production elsewhere) R.I.P Cadburys/Kraft/Mondelez
I have to agree that We found cadburys world to be poor. As part of the three 'free' bars of chocolate one was a curly wurly! Ridiculous.
Please don't waist your money on this hotel. The only highlight I thought was at the beginning the purple world going round and round that's about it.
So, it's good if you are 6.
Otherwise don't bother seems to be the consensus.

And yes Kraft have killed Cadbury, be it the taste of the chocolate or the social conscience of the Bourneville ideals.
We had a lovely stay at this hotel with tasty breakfast & we had a great day out at Cadbury world too. I recommend it!
Cold! They removed the word "Easter" from Easter Egg Hunt.
Here's an artist's impression of this factory tour after the Mondelez International takeover of Cadbury:

http://pbfcomics.com/archive_b/PBF153-The_Golden_Ticket.jpg
Kraft/Mondelez should be ashamed of themselves for what they've done to an ethical company which used to make a quality product. Not the first time they've done it either and probably won't be the last. Still, I don't suppose they have any shame genes in their greedy corporate bodies!

I buy Aldi chocolate these days - much better than the latest Cadbury branded stuff and a lot cheaper too.
Edited by: "Besford" 6th Apr 2017
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