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New center parcs near Disneyland Paris - need DLP and CP advice!

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EyeStye Sun 09-Apr-17 16:33:07

Anyone thinking of booking this?
It looks lovely although not opening until July.
We're looking at going in October half term, prices are about £1600 for the week for a 3 bed villa and we would drive using free ferry or eurotunnel with tesco clubcard vouchers so pretty good value compared to UK!

We are thinking about combining it with a DLP visit. Although I hear DLP is very busy in October half term. It's apparently 10-15 mins from DLP and I think there might be a shuttle possibly one that has to be paid for. We would have a car but DLP car park prices appear £££!
We all hate queuing for rides but would be happy to soak up atmosphere and just go on what we can. Would 2 days in the park be enough? Both parks tickets? It's £500+ for 5 of us for 2 days shock so want to make sure it's worth it !

dailystuck71 Sun 09-Apr-17 17:35:04

2 days is about the minimum I'd recommend. We love it. Any holidays are busy no getting away from that but compare prices. We use supertrips for ours. Keep in mind if you do 3 days or more an annual pass can be cheaper.

TittyGolightly Sun 09-Apr-17 17:39:37

Not since the annual pass regime changed last week.

dailystuck71 Sun 09-Apr-17 18:33:34

Many websites are still selling cheaper annual passes.

EyeStye Sun 09-Apr-17 19:05:52

Any links *dailystuck??

EyeStye Sun 09-Apr-17 19:09:11

I've seen 3 days for £695 buying individually for 5 people, annual pass which covers half term, the new one is £1000. If we went again in the year would be worth it but not sure if we will be able to

dailystuck71 Mon 10-Apr-17 16:13:25

Check blackout dates

Logolphin Mon 10-Apr-17 16:48:10

What is the new Center Parcs called?

pinkchampagne1 Mon 10-Apr-17 18:11:31

It's called Villages Nature and looks lovely.

Logolphin Thu 13-Apr-17 16:15:01

Looks good! Really handy location too!

EyeStye Thu 13-Apr-17 20:01:14

Not sure if DLP and center parcs all a bit much for one week!

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