Escape to the forest. Short breaks at Center Parcs

Longleat Forest important updates and latest news

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We’re putting the ‘super’ back into our supermarket - 10th April 2017

We’re always trying to ensure that all our facilities are looking fresh and up-to-date, which is why we will be working hard to put the ‘super’ back into our supermarket at Longleat Forest.

ParcMarket will be closed from 15 May 2017 and will reopen on 16 June 2017. The refurbishment will update ParcMarket to give it a modern new look and will introduce a few new features whilst retaining everything you love about our store in the Plaza.

During the closure, you will still be able to shop all your favourite brands and daily essentials in our temporary pop-up ParcMarket open in The Venue.


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Minimising traffic on the Village  - Updated 28th March 2017

We know that our focus on providing a safe environment with minimal traffic is something you really value. That’s why we need your help to reduce the traffic on our villages to protect what you love about Center Parcs: a place where little ones can run free and explore, and parents can feel at ease.


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Boardwalk at Longleat

Temporary closure of the Boardwalk - 8th January 2017

We’re continually striving to improve and maintain our facilities for guests, which is why we’re temporarily closing the Boardwalk at Longleat Forest.

The scenic walkway will undergo essential maintenance work until the end of April 2017. For accessibility in the meantime, the cycle path that runs underneath can be used by both cyclists and pedestrians.

We apologise for any inconvenience caused during the closure.

New menu at Sports Cafe

We’re serving up a new menu at Sports Café - 27th January 2017

It’s the hub of the Village and is open every day 9:00am-11:00pm, seving food all day to satisfy your appetite for delicious dishes and live sports.

Over the past few months we’ve been working hard to create an exciting new menu. From brilliant breakfasts to mouth-watering mains, as well as a range of delicious drinks including craft beers and artisanal teas, we’re sure there’s something you’ll love. We’ve also introduced gluten-free, lactose-free, dairy-free, and vegan and vegetarian menus so the whole family can enjoy the Sports Café experience.

Available from Friday 27 January at all our Villages, head over to Sports Café and try out our exciting new menu.

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Renumbering project at Longleat Forest - 26th January 2017

To accommodate six new Executive Lodges that are being built on our Village, 23 of our current Lodges are going to be renumbered.

From 6 February, if you notice the number of your Lodge has changed then please note this is due to our renumbering project. Don’t worry – the Lodge type and location will not have changed.

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Minimising traffic on the Village  - 28th November 2016

We need your help to minimise the amount of traffic so we can protect what you love about Center Parcs: a place where families (and wobbling children) can ride their bikes and are free to make the most of their time in the forest.


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Las Iguanas opens at Longleat Forest

Las Iguanas opens at Longleat Forest - 18th October 2016

The fiesta has arrived at Longleat Forest with Las Iguanas opening its doors for the first time today. Open for lunch and dinner, Las Iguanas will be serving up fresh, authentic Latin American food and drinks seven days a week. From Mexican favourites to fiery Brazilian dishes and featuring a fun yet familiar children’s menu, it’s the new place to be on the Village.

You can find Las Iguanas in the Plaza, where Café Rouge used to be (don’t worry, Café Rouge is still in the Plaza too, in place of Hawtons Bar and Restaurant).

Find out more about Las Iguanas at Longleat Forest and discover the exciting menu.

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Subtropical Swimming Paradise

Longleat Forest continues with upgrade plans for Subtropical Swimming Paradise - Updated 12th September 2016

A new three-person raft ride and a family play area and toddler pool are the latest additions set to join Longleat Forest’s Subtropical Swimming Paradise.

We are very excited about the plans, but must make guests aware that this is an extensive project and there will be noise, road closures and increased vehicle movement during certain stages of the build. However, we will of course do our best to keep disruption for our guests to a minimum.

As we move into a new phase of the project, you will see some minimal disruption within the Subtropical Swimming Paradise itself. There will be a reduction in space and facilities in the toddler area to allow for the new toddler and children’s area to be progressed but please be assured there are still plenty of things for the little ones to enjoy.

May we take this opportunity to thank all of our guests for their patience whilst we continue to upgrade our facilities.

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