What’s being said about Longford Forest
Gillian Neils, Sunday Business Post
Gillian Neils visited one of our UK villages and here is what she had to say…
“Without really trying or noticing, we’d walked over ten kilometres every day, and what’s more, we’d really enjoyed doing it.”
“At the back of our two-bedroom Executive Lodge, patio doors opened out to the forest and, much to our son’s delight, we spotted pheasants, rabbits and squirrels on several occasions.”
“That focus doesn’t only extend to the big things like the pool and the activities, but to the small things like those changing cubicles that are big enough to fit everyone, and the fact that the supermarket has every essential you could possibly need.”
To read more about Gillian’s stay, read the full story.
Pól Ó Conghaile, Irish Independent
“The bike guy hooks us up in a jiffy, the soccer coach remembers eight-year-old Sam’s name the next day, and instructors patiently talk us through the treetop obstacle course.”
“When is a pool not a pool? When it’s a Subtropical Swimming Paradise. This spaceship of an aquacentre sits at the heart of Center Parcs, with lazy rivers, wave pools, water slides and outdoor Wild Water Rapids all snaking in and around a leafy, weatherproof dome kept at 29.5 degrees.”
To read more about Pól’s stay, read the full story.
Laura Erskine, Mummypages
“The beauty of Center Parcs is that all of the activities and amenities offered to families are exclusively available for residents of the holiday park. That means that amenities are not crowded, there is no queuing and all of your booked activities start on-time.”
“Center Parcs offers families the perfect holiday destination, with everything you could possibly need or want readily available on site, all that is left for you to do is create the memories your family will treasure forever.”
To read more about Laura’s stay, read the full story.