Half term is slowly approaching and one of the treats on our bucket list is Gullivers Adventurers Village. We have visited the adjoining theme park many times and stayed in the adjoining campsite which is part of the Camping and caravanning club. You can see our review here
Gullivers has now introduced a new type of accommodation experience for 2017 which includes many different themed staycations. You can stay in a safari lodge, a beach hut or even a wild west themed cabin. On our last trip to Gullivers, I was lucky enough to have a sneak preview of the new accommodation selections on offer. The whole of adventurers village looks like so much fun.
Our favourite themed accommodation were the beach dens. After taking a peek inside, we decided a beach den would be a perfect sleep out for us as a small and outdoorsy family. There is a double bed and bunk beds through the double doors and also a shower and kitchen area. We love being snuggled inside huts, dens and tents with our torches and a good book.
Outside the beach hut boasts a veranda with happy quotes on display. The Dens are right by a small lake containing crocodiles and water bugs conjured up from my Daughters vivid imagination. And did I tell you about the sand? Its a dream hut!
The lost world cabins look really eerie from the outside, would be especially good to stay in for the October half term. Inside looks super comfy though and these cabins look as if they can accommodate larger families. The play park was still under construction when we visited Adventurers village but it looked really cool and is located next to the lost world cabins. We walked through an arch of dinosaur tusks to reach the entrance to the splash zone!
You can even stay in a lost world, Jurassic-themed camper van which is attached to the side of Mum and Dads cabin. Dinosaur farm park is also right next door for serious Dino fans.
Also on site are wild west cabins and Jungle safari tents.
Overall the site is a really lovely space with so much to see and do. The theme park, dinosaur farm park and splash zone are located within a short walking distance and I think there may have even been a cafe there too. I am sure you will find plenty to do on site but if you find yourself wanting to explore further then why not check out Willen lake which is just across the road.