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Babygoes2 recommends properties which are suitable for babies or toddlers for a variety of reasons (go to first stop). None of these properties however is 100% child-safe. All of the property descriptions are the opinion of BabyGoes2 and not the individual property owner or tour operator. Prices, while as accurate as possible, are for guidance only. Check late deals and members offers for any price reductions or offers.
Moonfleet Manor
Moonfleet Manor Fleet Weymouth, Dorset
Indoor swimming pools, badminton, tennis, a Verandah building has a large indoor play area with giant board games and trampolines. There is also an outdoor play area with sun loungers and hammocks to relax on. Upstairs in their Verandah you can enjoy a coffee and chill out looking across the beautiful views of the Dorset coast.
Child Care:
Moonfleet is a genuinely family friendly hotel. Cots, z beds, highchairs and children's high tea, are always available. The crèche (the Den) is open all year round and is free of charge to residents. It provides a safe haven where smaller children can be left to enjoy themselves in professional care. There is also an outdoor play area with a sandpit, climbing frame, slide and swings. Housed within the Verandah building is a huge indoor play area, which contains lots of activities suitable for all ages, such as soft tennis, table tennis, table football and pool. There is a children's lunch (healthy options) served in the Restaurant from 12 noon – 2.00 p.m. High tea is served in the Children's Tea Room from 5.00 p.m. and is a two course buffet which changes on a daily basis. There are delicious healthy options always available. Children can dine with their parents in our main Restaurant –as long as dinner is taken no later than 7.15pm.
Price guide:
from £165 per night Inclusive of Dinner, bed and breakfast for two adults. (There is a 10% reduction single parents with children.)
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