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You can book a Center Parcs break for a three-night weekend (Friday-Monday), four-night midweek (Monday-Friday) or seven-nights (starting Monday or Friday). Breaks over the festive period may vary from this pattern.
Whatever time of year, whatever the weather, Center Parcs is the perfect way to enjoy a break with your family. With 200 indoor and outdoor activities to choose from, you can mix adventures and lazy days to create your perfect break. You'll find all our special offers, deals and seasonal breaks listed below.
A summer school holiday to remember from £659*
A sandy beach, lots of watersports, outdoor activities – it's all waiting at Center Parcs for a fantastic family summer adventure. Soak up the sunshine out on the lake or try an outdoor activity such as Target Archery or Adventure Golf, or indulge in our relaxing Aqua Sana spa for some me-time.
Experience the magic of autumn as the forest turns from green to gold and the woodland wildlife gets set for winter. It's the perfect time of year for all our outdoor activities, and it's great to warm up afterwards in one of our cafés, bars or restaurants. With a range of indoor activities to try, you don't need to worry if the weather turns.
Autumn is a wonderful time to go on a forest holiday, soaking up the beauty as the trees transform and the weather turns crisp. It's also perfect for getting active, with a huge choice of indoor and outdoor activities, cosying up in your luxury lodge and treating yourself to a family feast in our range of restaurants.
Experience the magic of Christmas in a wonderful woodland setting, visit Santa and his elves in his Woodland Workshop and meet the friendly reindeer. Choose from a range of seasonal activities to try together, before heading back to your lodge through the twinkling forest, to relax in front of your log fire.