After paying €20 for a family of 4, (no discount for a 3 year old), the owner pointedly showed us the sign saying "No Running etc..." and directed this at our 2 small girls. Onwards then into an environmentalist propaganda exercise, with signs and "artwork" everywhere telling you to save water, drive a smaller car, make do with your old TV instead of buying a new widescreen one.
Want to eat a "Quarter Pounder"? Well you're killing the planet.
They tell you that you're nothing but a consumer on a treadmill, working to get money to buy bad stuff that controls you. Looks like the owners here stepped off that treadmill, but they depend on the car driving suckers who pony up the cash to enter.
Want to see the most dangerous animal on earth? Just open the cell door. I guessed what was in there before I opened it, and I was right.
I could go on and on, but the owner will just pop up here as he has with every other negative review and type some insulting platitudes.
Do yourself a favour and just go for a walk in some unspoilt woods. Garnish Island is just down the road. This one place I wish we hadn't stopped at. If I wanted to read political or environmental literature, I'd buy a book. I don't want to pay money to be lectured.
The only way I'd go back is if I could bring Jeremy Clarkson with me.
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