12 of PGL’s amazing adventure centres around the UK open their doors to children and teenagers for Easter breaks with three, four and seven-night activity holidays to choose from, with selected dates at centres discounted by 20%, 40% or even 50% if booked by 24 February.
For example, a four-night break at Dalguise in Perthshire (where schools break up on 31 March) starting 3 April was £425 but is now half price at just £212.50.
Activities are organised in separate age groups: seven to ten, 10-13 and 13-16 year olds. Everything is included: accommodation, meals, activities, instruction, equipment and caring supervision. The centre, where Beatrix Potter spent childhood holidays, is in the heart of ‘big tree country’ with a 75-feet tree climb among the exciting activities!
In Lancashire, where Winmarleigh Hall is just an hour from both Manchester and Liverpool, a seven-night stay starting 8 April was £499 but is now reduced to £299.40, saving 40%. Open to all three age groups (from seven to 16 years), Winmarleigh Hall’s 50 acres include a lake for canoeing, woodlands for orienteering and plenty of space for climbing, trapeze and zip wire structures.
And in Dorset, a four-night break starting 10 April was £435, but is now only £261, saving 40% on a multi-activity break at the Osmington Bay centre on the Jurassic Coast, within sight of the sea. Mountain biking, a tunnel trail, motorsports, a giant swing, fencing and aeroballing are among the exciting activities here for children aged seven to 16.
Other PGL adventure centres open at Easter are in Lincolnshire, Shropshire, Herefordshire, Powys, Wiltshire, Devon, Surrey, Sussex and the Isle of Wight.
Quote FM77 when booking by 24 February. Terms and Conditions apply: see website for full details.
0333 321 2114, www.pgl.co.uk/holidays