Brean Play, Brean
Categories: Playgrounds, Fun & Games, Nature & Parks
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only thing my daughter could go on was the trampolines. but she enjoyed. closed early at five. expensive as well
This is the biggest and maybe best soft play I've been to There's a decent sized toddler area, with slides, trampoline, building blocks and other soft toys The area for the slightly older kids has lot... read more »
Excellent facility for under 11's - special area for under 2's which our great-grandson loved. Very safe, and a bit different to other places we've been.Also great for a bite to eat in the cafe.
We went on a Sunday morning it was busy but there was a lot of space for my son to play. The soft play are was great fun for my son. He ready enjoyed himself for nearly three hours. The place was very clean too. Would highly recommend for a wet day.
Went here with my wife and two children for a morning while on holiday and it was great, the seperate areas made it easy to keep my youngest away for the bigger kids and it's well equipped for young and older kids! It's by far one of the best play centers we have visited!
Best day out for our easily bored 23 month girl! Food could do with a bit of improvement but all in all great experience. Going back this weekend!
Good sized and well varied softplay area for the bigger kid's and a great separate area for younger one's, yes the food isn't cheap but you don't have to eat there don't have to go
Well having read a real mixed bag of reviews on here, I thought it was going to be an interesting break. Unfortunately, only the terrible seems to have summarised our experience. Firstly, bear in mind the entertainment pass only allows you access to the one main venue. The funfair you get VERY little discount off, and the swimming pool is still over £4 per person which most other parks offer free. The service we received was pretty poor, and despite some staff being friendly and stating they were only trying to help, they did very little helping. A few keys things we found out the hard way... 1. Although they advertise, quite heavily, that there is late night karaoke from 11pm, if you go down there after 11.30pm you wont be allowed in. We arrived at 11.40pm to be told that although they didnt close until 3am we still would be allowed in - never known a camp-site like it! I should clarify this is not mentioned anywhere other than a small poster INSIDE the venue, which you can't see if you aren't allowed in. 2. There seems to be very little management around to deal with issue. We dealt with an incredible rude member of security but no one could act on it. 3. If no one in your group is over 30 then you will be asked to pay a £20 per person security bond - in addition to the £50 care bond for the caravan. Although this is all refundable, its still quite an expensive and in my opinion discriminatory way to start a holiday. In summary, whilst the accommodation is lovely (even though we were close enough to the club house to hear all the music, rather loudly) the service is quite poor, and there are more rules on the site then anywhere else we've stayed at. We personally will never revisit and I'd advise you really think before booking! We've done the Pontins next door and whilst the accommodation there was really bad, the staff and service made it much more bearable than this!
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