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Dancingelkhound Mon 09-Jan-17 16:16:21

We're looking to go away in June when my daughter will be 22 months. We like the look of Center Parcs but I'm worried that the add ons will make it extortionate, and I can't work out how much there will be for my daughter to do.

Does anyone have any recommendations for a good holiday site for toddlers? Log cabin type would be ideal, DH refuses to do caravans!

WishUponAStar88 Mon 09-Jan-17 16:20:07

Add ons are expensive in centre parcs but you really don't need them with a 22month old. We've been a couple of times (2yo dd) and have always had a great time - very reasonable out of school holidays too. We always eat in the villa as would rather dd keep her bedtime so don't bother eating out. We've never paid for anything other than the odd tenpin bowling lane. She will happily spend all day in the parks and swimming, the soft plays are free too although we didn't make much use of them last time as the weather was dry.

Dancingelkhound Mon 09-Jan-17 22:09:47

Thank you that's really helpful.

cestlavielife Tue 10-Jan-17 12:59:18

just go somewhere you want to go to! she will be fine with a play park and tottering about in the woods, eg center parcs you dont need to spend on any extras at all. look at forest holidays too. or hoseasons lodges .

mouldycheesefan Tue 10-Jan-17 13:02:34

Agree no extras needed at centreparcs at that age. And you can go when it is off peak, it's a lot lot cheaper. Pool,will tire her out. It's perfect holiday for toddlers, look out your window to see deer etc. I love it there.
I can't remember seeing a soft play at centre parcs though?

TwitterQueen1 Tue 10-Jan-17 13:04:17

She won't care where she is! Just choose a holiday that you and your DH want to go on.

cowbag1 Tue 10-Jan-17 13:09:06

They have soft play in the restaurants I think and a great outdoor park.

We went to CP in December and set a £100 limit for activities. We booked loads for that for 24mo ds (8 in total and 1 for 8wo ds), too much in fact for the 4 days we were there. 1 activity per day is plenty really as the pool really is the best part and you can spend hours in there.

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