In fairness to the owners of the centre, they are currently in the throws of re-modelling the centre after its successful use as a London Olympics venue in 2012. This means that any visitor can expect some form of disruption and inconvenience which is only to be expected.
Let me mention first of all something about the location. Visitors during the Olympics were advised to alight from the trains at Greater Anglia's station at Cheshunt and then walk 2.4 kilometres (1.5 miles) to the centre. The reason for this is because it was felt, quite rightly, that the nearby station at Waltham Cross, which is only 1 km. (0,63 miles) could not handle the huge crowds. I would advise any train traveller now though to alight at Waltham Cross as the centre will not have to worry about crowds as large as those attending during the Olympics.
For those arriving by car, the car park has a temporary foundation of crushed cinder block at the moment which makes for some uneven walking. Then once you entire the centre proper, you have to walk around a maze of footpaths which cling to the banks of the water course. It can take quite a while to reach the cafe/restaurant looming over the centre on a lofty mound in the middle of the location. Once there though, it is nice to have a coffee or tea while seated on the all-weather outdoor furniture on the large patio area.
The centre is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays. I would advise you to visit the website to make sure you are kept up-to-date with all the events concerning the centre.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.