Center Parcs (England) Reviews
Newest Review: ... it even had a pool table so that kept them out of mischief although we find that you don't spend that much time in the villa anyway because there is so much to do outside. The exclusive villas are on two floors whereas the comfort ones are all on one floor. The main living area in all the villas are open plan so it means everyone is all together no matter what you are doing. The person making tea or doing anything in the kitchen can still be involved with whatever is going on with the rest of the family which we found good. All of the villas have big patio doors opening onto the outside area, Every time we have been there we have se... more
Customer Center Parcs (England) Reviews (150)
by - written on 10/04/13 (Very useful, 27 readings)
My family and I have visited centre parcs for many years now, we first started going when I was a teenager, and I now take my own children there. I have visited both the Sherwood forest site and also the Winfell Forest. Personally we prefer the Sherwood site but this is just due to its overall feel, nothing particular, both are really good. I love Centre parcs so much we even went there on our honeymoon with the whole family, crazy I know but it seemed strange not to take the kids with us and I had had such an enjoyable time there on previous visits and have such fantastic memories that we wanted to add to these! The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/01/13, updated on 06/01/13 (Useful, 82 readings)
We as a family have been holidaying in centre parts for the past 20 years. The main place we go to is the Sherwood Forest park. We still go now although our boys are now 22 and 20 they bring friends along. Before you arrive at centre parcs its best to book activities/bike hire before hand to avoid disappointment. This is done very easy as you will be provided with a log in and password when you registry online. When you arrive there please take note no cars are allowed other thank on arrival and departure days . Once you have unpacked the car you will need to take the car back to the car park. Activities these range from spa days to have a nice ... Read the complete review
by pete - written on 24/12/11
We visited Longleat center parcs for the first time. We have enjoyed holiday camps in France in previous years but this was far better. The water park was excellent, with over 4 hours every day spent there. The activities we booked were great, not the cheapest but we thoroughly enjoyed them, the kids rated the aerial adventure as 'awesome'. Salsa and zumba were highlights and the morning spent at Aqua Sana was a real treat. Looking forward to the next visit in 12 months time. The site was quite hilly and spread out but the less mobile members of the party were well catered for by the reliable road train. Finally the level of customer service was excellent, every .. Read the complete review
by - written on 14/09/11 (Very useful, 344 readings)
Center Parcs is one of my favourite UK holiday destinations. My in-laws treated us to a holiday in the Whinfell Forest parc in Cumbria in 2006 when I was heavily pregnant with my son, and since then we have returned many times, experiencing the parcs at Sherwood Forest in Nottingham, and Elveden Forest in Suffolk over the past 5 years. Last weekend we went to Sherwood Forest which was our 3rd visit to that particular parc, and I am already getting twitchy fingers wanting to book in the next visit, with the only thing putting me off is the fact that we now have to go in school holidays and the price is suddenly more prohibitive to us nipping off for a short ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/09/11 (Very useful, 161 readings)
I love the idea of a fairytale romance, my boyfriend never stops heaving about this and decided to book a cosy romantic weekend away from the drama of life. When he told me we were going to Centre Parcs I was quite shocked as I didn't expect him to come up with it, he normally suggests Alton Towers! We stayed in Oasis Whinfell Forest which is just off the m6 and it is fairly easy to find. I liked how helpful the staff were at the entrance and the fact you drive through to check in so no need to hop out of the car to run into reception. As we had pre-registered online, we managed to get in quite quickly, when we approached the little desk we were given a map ... Read the complete review
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