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This was out first visit to the Longleat Center Parcs, we usually stay at the Elveden site as we live close by in Suffolk. We made it our family holiday and stayed for 12 days in an Executive 3 bed house. No complaints about paying...More
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My husband and I stayed here for a weekend break with our two small children (aged three and five). We all had a great time and I would highly recommend it for a UK break with young kids.
We stayed in a two bedroom lodge...More
Stayed in a New Executive lodge on this visit having stayed many times at Longleat over the last 20 years and were sadly disappointed on this occasion.
Lodge was considerable more expensive than next grade down and so we were expected something spectacular. On arrival...More
Took the whole family with grandchildren for a long week end away.
The accommodation was good, but so glad that we brought food and drink with us as the supermarket on site was more costly.
I would also recommend bringing your own bikes and anything...More
Longleat Forest was our first visit to Center Parcs so our expectations were high, but we were disappointed. We had booked an 'executive' lodge so were expecting the accommodation to be luxurious (as described on the website), but when we arrived the lodge smelled damp...More
Just for people staying at Center Parcs. They do offer day passes but only for guests of people already staying there. So you will need to have a friend / relative stay there and then they purchase the day pass for you. Last... More
Just for people staying at Center Parcs. They do offer day passes but only for guests of people already staying there. So you will need to have a friend / relative stay there and then they purchase the day pass for you. Last year day passes were £30 each, not sure if the price has gone up this year.