Lovely resort with friendly staff – review of centre parcs whinfell forest, penrith, england – tripadvisor gas and bloating after miscarriage

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First time at centre parks grandparents and family of 5, we stayed in seven pines in an executive 3 bedrooms lodge. Well equipped lodge with 3 ensuite bedrooms comfy beds and great showers and a hydro bath in ground floor bedroom. We saw red squirrels and stoat not to mention lots of birds. If I stayed here again would try for single numbers, we were gas after eating dairy in 43 and didn’t know if sun was shining at top of hill because the trees were so tall.

We found all staff to be extremely… First time at centre parks grandparents and family of 5, we stayed in seven pines in an executive 3 bedrooms lodge. Well equipped lodge with 3 ensuite bedrooms comfy beds and great showers and a hydro bath in ground floor bedroom. We saw red squirrels and stoat not to mention lots of birds. If I stayed here again would try for single numbers, we were in 43 and didn’t know if sun was shining at top of hill because the trees were so tall. You can book many activities but we kept it simple with the young children they gas density at stp loved the swimming pool and we had the pony ride to see Santa who was amazing as was the enchanted forest also the pony ride was very special. We only ate out once at the Italian and recommend booking a window seat to watch the fabulous firework display over the lake. Food was good service excellent but make sure you get the correct deposit taken off your bill! The supermarket I found to be reasonably priced with a good selection and a brilliant bakery for a special treat. We also had the baby handprint done at the pottery centre which was excellent value for money, we will definitely return next year as the kids absolutely loved electricity projects ks2 it and will remember for a long time, making memories is very important to us as a family. We found all staff to be extremely pleasant and helpful which is amazing considering the volume of visitors they deal with. More Show less

Relaxing mid-week break away where we enjoyed the activities we participated in. I’d especially recommend the pantomime which was lovely for small children as they could kd 7 electricity socks sit on the dancefloor in front of the stage and watch it (much easier than persuading them to sit still in a proper theatre seat!). We used the soft play in the sports plaza (£4 for 2 hours) daily and we had a morning in the spa which was lovely. The woodland lodge had everything we needed electricity facts and we were impressed with the free Wi-Fi connection. I wasn’t so impressed with the (free) children’s disco and think that it’s a shame they don’t do a more organised mini disco event. The disco is squeezed into the bar at the leisure bowl when it would be much nicer in the green room where the pantomime is. The other downside to our trip was the disruption on the first day caused by the gas leak. Appreciating it was a one-off event that is difficult to plan for, I think CP could have made more effort to keep customers informed. We didn’t get any information and the phone lines were jammed. Our gas wasn’t switched on until 10:15pm on the Monday night – had we of been told it was gas pressure definition chemistry going to be so late we would have prepared by stocking up on microwave meals. We had taken meals that required the oven / hob and couldn’t head back into the centre as we had a baby with us that needed to go to (a very cold) bed. So it was beans on toast, eaten whilst wearing our coats and hats! Not the end of the world but it wasn’t what we envisaged for our first night on our first trip to CP.