Families praise all-inclusive UK holiday park that comes with unlimited free drinks
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Families have been raving about an all-inclusive UK holiday park that comes with unlimited free drinks.
But Potters Resorts has holiday locations here in Essex’s Five Lakes and Hopton-on-Sea in Norfolk.
These parks are the first all-inclusive holiday resorts in the UK, allowing guests to enjoy everything they need included in the cost.
At both the Essex and Norfolk sites, guests can feast on four meals a day - two of them being three courses. Plus, there’s unlimited teas, coffees and soft drinks.
And don’t worry, for those after something a bit stronger or are hoping for a heavier holiday, it also includes unlimited beers, wines and spirits.
The all-inclusive drinks are available right from 8:30am every morning through until the bars close for the night. But for those wanting serious party vibes, shots and liquors are not included.
Loved by families, the holiday resorts boast a wide range of activities from bungee trampolines to a climbing wall and from Segways to swimming pools.
Also available is the likes of ten pin bowling, Giants Swing, karting and even welly wanging.
Potters Resorts also host ‘West End-style’ entertainment with live performances during the day and night in their bars, terrace and theatre.
All of the rooms at the holiday parks include Wi-Fi, a TV, en-suite bathroom and facilities to make coffee and tea.
You can choose to stay in bungalows down towards the sea or in the hotel rooms that surround the central facilities on the park.
Typically, you can find three-night weekend breaks from £549 and four-night weekday getaways from £579.
On Tripadvisor, a family who has stayed at the Norfolk resort in the past (and plans to stay again next year) says this year’s trip was ‘perfection yet again’.
One guest wrote: “Our family group of 8, ranged from 18 months through to late eighties and there was something for each and everyone of us. There are very few places where entertainment, activities and food cater and accommodate for such a variety of ages both in the day and at night.”
Many ‘recommend it for all ages’ calling it a ‘fabulous weekend’.
However, some guests said the food wasn't ‘the usual high quality’ and seemed ‘a little cheap’ and ‘plain’.