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Midweek breaks at Center Parcs

With six villages across the UK and Ireland, you’re only ever a short drive away from your next midweek break at Center Parcs. During your Monday to Friday break, each weekday can be as adventurous or as relaxing as you want. With a range of indoor and outdoor activities, you will never run out of fun and exciting things to do.

  • Explore miles of woodland paths and winding trails
  • Make a splash in the Subtropical Swimming Paradise
  • Try a new activity as a family such as Target Archery or Laser Combat
Mother pushing baby on swing

What’s included on a midweek break

With hundreds of acres of woodland to discover at each village, make nature your playground. See who can make the biggest sandcastle on the beach and explore the forest on bicycles or let your little ones loose on our outdoor adventure playgrounds.

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Lodges in the forest

Our accommodation

Nestled in your own slice of the forest, our self-catering accommodation brings you closer to nature. Wake up to wildlife on your doorstep and breathe in the fresh forest air. Each stylish and modern accommodation lodge has everything you need for a short break, so you and your family can make the most of your time at Center Parcs
 
Aqua Sana Spa

Aqua Sana Spa

Discover ultimate relaxation in a midweek spa break at Aqua Sana, and feel your stresses melt away. Make a little time for some pampering during your break and indulge in a spa session or spa treatments.

Each of our spas offer more than 15 different spa experiences from around the world, designed to leave you feeling relaxed, radiant and revitalised. The perfect addition to your midweek break. 

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Get ready for your break

Once you’ve booked your break at Center Parcs you can start to pre-book activities, make restaurant reservations and order essentials to your lodge online, allowing you to really make the most of your short break. You must pre-book online as our Booking Desks will be closed once you arrive due to the current social distancing guidelines.