Visited on 22 July with grandaughter. Place has excellent, wooded, shingle shoreline location, but thought it was rather expensive for the limited things to see and do. The Otters were the main advertised attraction but were nowhere to be seen despite us watching their pen repeatedly. The three seals were great and amusing for kids and the fish tanks interesting. Strangely enough the attractive cafe was open but a number of people were queuing up but no staff were to be seen at the counter so we all walked out and When I commented about this to the nice lady on the ticket booth she said she,d look into this. To cap off an expensive and disappointing visit, the childrens play area turned out to have a soggy and deep area of glutinous muddy bog right in it,s centre which our granddaughter of course fell into which just capped off an awful visit. We have previously been here two years ago but I have to say the place needs a bit of investment to n spruce it up if it,s to justify the admission price!
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