We don't fancy cooking, but don't want to be eating out every meal. (With a 4 and 1 yo). What are the shops inside bluestone like? Do they have ready for oven/microwave meals? The longleat centerparcs have quite a lot, including meals from cook.com, which are very nice. How does it compare. We are thinking about it for next summer.
Shops on site aren't great. Toy/clothes shop and small spar type shop. Tinned goods, milk, chocolate and crisps type food. We took a box of stuff for a short break. We also ate out and did takeaway from on site place. Closest supermarket we found was quite a way away.
It was horrible when we went. Pool is nice but the changing is not great for families and they kept closing it early because of private bookings.
Shops overpriced, the night we ordered takeaway it took so long to appear that DH walked round there and our order had been left on the side. The food in the restaurants is ok, but expensive for what it is and they are totally lacking in atmosphere.
The cottage we had needed repainting, bed was uncomfy, nowhere to hang towels to dry after swimming, 48 hour turnaround if you wanted any laundry done at £10 a load, but no washing machine or laundrette.