What is a babymoon?

Whether you want to simply unwind and de-stress, or inject a little romance before two become three, a Center Parcs break is the ideal antidote to hectic home life. More and more pregnant couples are choosing to babymoon close to home, for ease as well as comfort and safety. Some airlines impose flying restrictions on pregnant women, and overly long journeys can be uncomfortable, but with six locations in the UK and Ireland, you’re never too far from a Center Parcs village.

Comfortable accommodation

Each one of our lodges is nestled in your own slice of tranquil forest, offering privacy and seclusion. Woodland Lodges have a stylish design and modern facilities, while Executive Lodges and Apartments come with daily housekeeping service. Our double hotel rooms offer exceptional comfort, and luxury spa suites are available at certain villages, perfect for mums-to-be.

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Activities for self-care

Soon-to-be mothers and their partners or friends will benefit hugely from having a real chance to relax and unwind, and Center Parcs offers a range of indoor and outdoor activities for just that.

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Tips for your babymoon break

Now is the time to make the most of your freedom from strict routine.

  • Enjoy undisturbed mornings in a peaceful woodland setting. There’s no alarm to rouse you early, so enjoy a lazy start in your lodge, then make a beeline for the Sports Café, which serves brunch until 4pm
  • Head out late in the evening for a taste of South East Asia at Rajinda Pradesh. Want to snuggle indoors? Order a take away from Dining In and you can collect or we will deliver
  • Upgrade your accommodation to an Executive Lodge and make the most of our daily housekeeping
  • Add extras, such as flowers and chocolates, to the lodge for added romance

The Center Parcs experience

Get ready for your break

Before you arrive at Center Parcs you can pre-book activities, make restaurant reservations and order online essentials including groceries to your Lodge, allowing you to really make the most of your short break.