Center Parcs Bungalowparken: Nieuws, Acties, Aanbiedingen en kortingen

dinsdag 20 september 2016

September: this month we love

Taking your little ones away can sometimes be a daunting thought, thinking about what to pack, how to get there and the other hundred questions running through your mind. At Center Parcs, we like to take the stress out of your break and ensure that all ages are catered for, even those under 5. Don’t just take our word for it, here are five bloggers who mastered the art of a fun-filled, family Center Parcs break.



Baking, crafts and family friendly reviews is what you can cast your eyes upon over at the Hooked blog. The creative posts focus on special family moments, with the shining stars being three little ones at the heart of the blog. Drool over delicious recipes (my favourite is the lemon drizzle cake) and marvel at incredible crafts, such as homemade lavender lotion bars.

Earlier this summer, the family took to Woburn Forest for an adventure; read their story here as they discover nature in the forest, take part in new activities and make some memorable family moments.

“It is definitely the small details which make Center Parcs such a great place for families to holiday.”


Mother and Baby

With the stress of packing for a holiday abroad something that some parents dread, a staycation is the answer to all your woes and worries. The writers at Mother and Baby reviewed Elveden Forest as a chosen destination to have a staycation with your family. From dining in our restaurants to having a splash in the Subtropical Swimming Paradise, find out what the family of four got up to on their short break to Center Parcs.

Check out their verdict here.


There We Go

The tips and tricks from the writer of There We Go are rules to live by if you’re travelling with little ones. You can read all their exciting adventures from holidays abroad to family days out. The family of four are regular guests of Center Parcs, so read their useful advice, from 34 tips on taking a toddler to Center Parcs to six indoor and outdoor Center Parcs activities your little ones will love.

If you’re coming on a Center Parcs break, these need-to-know tips and tricks will prepare you for a fun-filled Center Parcs adventure.

 “One of the great things about Center Parcs is that most of the restaurants have little soft-play areas in, so kids can play while they’re waiting for their food, or burn off some energy after a meal.”


Mummy plus three girls

Steph’s blog, mummy plus three girls, lets you into the life of her family of five, as she documents all their family adventures. With three lovely little ones, mummy plus three girls, is a great read for reviews, days out and activities to keep the little ones entertained. We really love her outdoor activities which have her little ones going on a leaf hunt and searching for creepy crawlies.

The family of five enjoyed a summer break at Whinfell Forest earlier this year and, full of family firsts and happy memories, Steph’s blog post is a must read.

If you thought the blog post was adorable, check out the video of their Center Parcs adventure.

“Our last full day was spent walking, exploring, watching the outdoor activities and eating yummy food!”


Little Button Diaries

The creators of Little Button Diaries are two Brighton-based mums who are known for their crafts and baking goods. Their colourful blog is filled with mouth-watering recipes and clever crafts to make with your little ones, all are a must read if you visit their blog. Little Button Diaries tell their Elveden Forest story through a collection of creative and adorable photos, making this visual post the perfect insight into a Center Parcs break.

Check out their Center Parcs adventure here


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