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Stayed here with the other half (ages 23 and 24) for mon-fri. Didn't know what to expect as we found a cheap deal less than £150 but we enjoyed it. Check in was quick and easy. We stayed in number 23 woodlander. There is a...More
I booked here as an extra few night to a uk holiday break. We were 2 adults and 3 kids(13-11-10). Really wasn't expect much as paid less than £200 for Friday-Monday. I was pleasantly surprised. Checkin was a ray and directed to lockey lodge 33...More
OH and I came away for a getaway with the dog and our new 6 week old baby. Website said the place had been refurbished so we thought it was worth a punt - really wasn't, on both counts.
Bathroom had no shower, only an...More
After reading lots of reviews we decided to book a log cabin 7a friars tuck as it had the best reviews and seemed good value. When we arrived the check in lady was friendly and explained where we needed to go.
The cabin itself was...More
Stayed here last weekend. Lodge (Forrester 3) was located next to lake. Spacious lodge, although there was only three of us. Description stated that the lodge had recently been refurbished, although only the kitchen and the excessively large TV were the only evident additions! Carpets...More
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They vary. I think the archery may have been just under £10pp. There's various activities but nothing I was too impressed with. You may find it an idea to look outside of the site for other actives like the Great Oak (they... More
They vary. I think the archery may have been just under £10pp. There's various activities but nothing I was too impressed with. You may find it an idea to look outside of the site for other actives like the Great Oak (they have festivals on ) and Rufford abbey (birds of prey). There are leaflets provided at reception (if not in your cabin) telling you of local places. One of the places which was fantastic was a park in Mansfield - so much to do. And the butterfly house. There is a pool on site which would only be comfortable for about 10 people. It's small. You can hire this privately too. I hope that helps you.
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