We've been to most of the Center Parcs and this one was close to home so we decided to try it.
It's very clean and tidy as you'd expect from a new site but what they didn't mention in the adverts were that the hills were like at Longleat and quite hard work on a bike. These are huge hills but if you've got young children that can ride a bike be aware that you may have to walk up most of them.
The pool area is good and there are more things to do than the traditional Center Parcs, with family tubes rides (the 4 person one is awesome) but we were disappointed by the size of the wave pool - it's tiny!
The villa are good but we had a few issues with ours that I think is down to needing some basic maintenance now its been open for a few weeks (chipped walls, hydro bath not working, no instructions for hob/cooker).
Sport facilities are very good with some great badminton courts.
One tip though Center Parcs - CLOCKS!!!! There are no clocks anywhere and seeing as most of the sports activities are based upon times there should be some. They have lots of places where they could put a clock or beam one with a projector, it seems no one thought about the small details.
Overall it's a 7/10More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking