We are thinking of coming for our anniversary at the end of April. The hotel looks very family friendly which is great but does this mean it's over run with kids? My kids are grown up so looking for some rest and relaxation.
No we had a fab stay without too many kids and you can eat in restaurant downstairs instead of childrens one upstairs. Avoid school holidays for better chance of less children if possible...
The hotel is lovely but would say Watergate Bay down the road is a better bet for finding quieter spaces with older children.
Probably a little late now for your trip. We stayed in March so there was not that many children around. There were couples staying with young children and the Hotel offers baby sitting service. A great Hotel to stay at
I can't really comment as we where only there for a day to use the spa and sensory garden. Sorry
it's great for both families with older and younger children but just as good for couples too there's great areas where only adults are allowed and the spa is adults only although they do a taster session 9 to 9.30 for families so just avoid the spa then. meals dine in the herring it does need 24 hours notice for bookings but worth paying the extra as it is more fine dining not many children there...
It can be busy, but its still a lovely environment. They have relaxation rooms that are adults only with great sea views, fire place, books/papers etc. They have a session where children are allowed in the spa; the details of this are on the website, but if I remember correctly its only for an hour time slot and other than that time, the spa is usually very quiet.
Whether it's overrun or not is pot luck I'm afraid- it is definitely a "family" hotel (code for geared up for kids). Their sister hotel , The Scarlet nearby , is adult only. The staff are very friendly and helpful , there is a pleasant quiet room with a large terrace but when we were there it wasn't very well policed. The pool is definitely children orientated. The nearby walks , views and beach are compensation for the niggles and there is a great little wine bar type beach restaurant a few steps away.
outside of the school holidays it's Primarily adults. It is an amazing hotel with great facilities you should definitely give it a try.
We visited as a couple and found whilst there were families around, there was enough space and choice of seating areas in the restaurants that if you wanted a more adult environment it was available. Hope that helps.n
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