Center Parc (Longleat Forest) Reviews
Newest Review: ... an hour, we went shopping in the reasonably priced parc market and took it up to our villa. We were in a 4 bed comfort lodge (Number 694 Fir) and it was well equipped beyond our expectations. The only problem was a damp smell in the master bedroom, when I went to get the car I popped into Guest Services, who sent somebody up straight away. Infact, by the time I had brought the car up, they had been and gone! I returned the car and then we caught the first land train of the evening to go bowling. We came back on the 2020 from the plaza and settled in for the night. Tuesday: We had booked badminton for 10am, so it was essential that we we... more
Customer Center Parc (Longleat Forest) Reviews (1)
by - written on 06/09/09 (Very useful, 546 readings)
My family and I recently returned from a 4 night stay at Center Parcs Longleat Forest, I must say that we loved the place 100%. Monday: We left home at 9:15am and we reached Longleat by 10:45am, When you arrive, you will see a board with numbers and arrows which directs you to the check in window that they want you to go to. After a short wait you will be called forward to one of these windows to receive your keys, they make you switch off your engine during this process. We received our keys and went to park in the main car park. After this, we got our bikes off the back of the car and went up to the "Jardin Des Sports" to book activites and have ... Read the complete review
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