One of the most annoying things, for me, about Center Parcs is being constantly asked “what’s your lodge number?” when going to pay for anything. It reminds me of being in a duty free shop at the airport and always being asked your flight number.… Read the rest
The last day of any holiday is always one of packing and waiting and Center Parcs is no different. You have to be out of the lodge by 10am but you can stay on until the end of the day if you wish.… Read the rest
I’ve walked a long way today – 8.2 miles to be precise. This actually takes some doing as while Longleat Center Parcs is reasonably self contained you can cover quite a lot of ground if you don’t plan your sessions with some care.… Read the rest
It’s been a while since we have been to Center Parcs, eight years in fact, and quite a bit has changed in that time. Some changes are temporary brought about by the current pandemic but others are permament.
The most noticable change was obvious from the moment that you arrive at the welcome huts at the entrance.… Read the rest
I read a very sniffy article about Center Parcs recently where the author highlighted the fact that given you are paying upwards of £300 a night you are only supplied with a £10 kettle. Admittedly this particular author is used to reviewing high end hotels but I really think he was missing the point somewhat.… Read the rest