Legoland or centre parcs

(7 Posts)
oopsiforgot Sun 28-Apr-13 22:13:56

Planning a holiday for family of 4, 2 DS's aged 4 and 21months. Travelling from
Ireland by ferry and staying in England for approx a week. Planning on visiting family and friends, then staying in either centre parcs or visiting legoland for a few days. Anyone recommend one other the other?

mummymeister Mon 29-Apr-13 10:02:06

LEGOLAND masses cheaper. Not a CP fan think they are overpriced tbh. stay in a cheap hotel and have 2 days out and your 2 will really enjoy it.

mummatotwo Mon 29-Apr-13 12:19:14

Legoland has restrictions on height and they WILL NOT let your child on if they are under this - whcih looking at the ages of your children I would say they are not.

CP's with this age group is ideal, ok it is pricier but you are not comparing like for like. Also you can self cater, use the pool for free all day and go for lovely walks whislts little ones are sleeping in their prams

We took DS to legoland when he was 5½

mummatotwo Mon 29-Apr-13 12:20:00

Also Windsor alone is beautiful fabulous parks to visit for free also the changing of the guard is a must to watch

lisad123everybodydancenow Fri 03-May-13 22:57:08

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Jojay Fri 03-May-13 22:59:56

Center Parcs. Lots for everyone to do. At Legoland your toddler will go insane standing in queues all day long, only to ind out they're too young to do much.

Definitely Center Parcs.

Hulababy Fri 03-May-13 23:04:23

Centre Parcs. Lots of things to do for everyone, regardless of age.

But then I am not sure I really get Legoland, or maybe it has just changed massively since we took D when she was about 3 or 4y (she is now 11y). There just wasn't much there, the rides were pretty tame, and there is only so long you can spend looking at lego models!

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