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Booking activities at Centerparcs

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timefortea79 Sat 10-Jan-15 21:13:10

We're going to Longleat Centerparcs during term time and just wondering whether it's necessary to book activities beforehand, or what the likelihood is that things will be available to book once we get there.

If anyone's been recently and can let me know please I would be grateful.

Loobylou3 Sun 11-Jan-15 15:06:09

I think it would depend when you are going. We are tied to school holidays so always book the things we really want to do.

Loobylou3 Sun 11-Jan-15 15:07:14

Sorry just seen you said half term, in which case I would say may be a good idea to book the things you would be really disappointed not to be able to do.

mrsmilesmatheson Sun 11-Jan-15 19:11:18

We go in school holidays and I'd say if you have young children then it's a good idea to book evening meals in advance if you plan on using the restaurants. The wait can be long otherwise.

You can look online before you go at availability for most activities and see how booked up they look which will tell you whether to book or chance it.

Bear in mind at longleat that to walk from the two main areas (plaza and jardin des sports) is about 25mins. It's also a hilly site but there's a land train service which helps.

Heels99 Mon 12-Jan-15 13:10:54

Definitely book in advance although you may still be able to join in with I booked activities on the day. Also book for spa and kids clubs

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