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PGL: parents go free

publication date: Jun 27, 2012
PGL Family abseiling

PGL: parents go free
: the deal – which gives one free adult place with each full paying child aged six to 18 years – applies to selected departure dates and centres on multi-activity weeks in the UK, and adventurous holidays in France.
For example, a week at Barton Hall in Devon, starting 21 July, 11, 18 or 25 August is now only £680 in total when a family of four share an en-suite room, saving £830. Barton Hall is just outside Torquay with sweeping views across Torbay. That’s a better-than-half-price offer, for bookings made by 23 July.
The centre has a great range of facilities for families, including its own dry ski slope. Activities range from abseiling and aeroballing, to swinging on a trapeze and screaming down a zip wire – all with expert instruction from PGL staff and all equipment
In France, at the company’s Normandy base only two hours’ drive from Caen ferry port, the Chateau du Tertre, a week’s Fantastic French Adventure starting 22 or 29 July, or 5 August now costs only £670 for a family of four, because two adults save a total of £758 – this time accommodation is an ensuite twin for Mum and Dad, with children in their own room.
The 36 acres have space for abseil and climbing towers, a football pitch, basketball court and boules pitch. Fencing, archery, rifle shooting and high level thrills on the trapeze and zip wire can be enjoyed by all. There’s a free day mid-week so families can explore the area, to Mont St Michel, Bayeux or the Normandy beaches.
At both centres all meals, a five-day programme of activities, all equipment and instruction is included in the price. Travel to the centre, whether in UK or France, is not included.
For more information or to book visit PGL.