Cabana at Centre Parcs

(6 Posts)
HerGraciousMajTheBeardedPotato Sat 22-Mar-14 22:11:15

What is this? The website offers Family Cabanas, with TV, safe, sofas, but does not explain what it where they are.

jennywren123 Sat 22-Mar-14 22:17:21

They are by the poolside. I think you can rent them by the hour (or two). Includes comfy chairs, TV and fridge with some soft drinks if I remember rightly. Might be nice if you have members of your group who won't be swimming, or have a baby who might spend a bit of time out of the water. For us, when we are in the pool area, we are mainly in the water, so it would be a waste of money. I think they are about £30ish for 2 hours - although might have got that wrong. If you google "Centerparcs Cabana" and look at the images, you will get a better idea.

Hulababy Sat 22-Mar-14 22:19:25
HerGraciousMajTheBeardedPotato Sat 22-Mar-14 23:58:53

I see. Thanks.

cestlavielife Wed 26-Mar-14 11:38:03

near pool side.
used one when we had friend with small baby visiting so she could sit and feed. it had TV so ds could watch cbeebies. fizzy drinks in the fridge (I guess you could ask for water...) nice luxury if you need somewhere warm for older relatives or new mum bfeeding. towels provided.

andsmile Fri 28-Mar-14 12:55:40

We hired one at Whinfell. They are on upper level there so we couldn't see out 8yr old to supervise in water, which we would normally do from plastic chairs.

We had a toddler who tried to climb out under the canvas! For us we enjoyed but didn't get the maximum enjoyment out purely because if the stage and age out littlest were at. I would again as a treat.

They are useful the day of arrival when you can't get in cabin you've got somewhere to hang. We always get there early n park up to use pool etc and stay after we have vacated lodge to get full five days!

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