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Join us for the Easter Eggtravaganza

We are going on an Egg hunt 

Easter Egg HuntThe infamous Quality Hotel Easter Egg hunt takes place on Easter Sunday, 1st April, 2017.  Children will set off from the Leisure Club and with a little help from mums, dads and the kids camp staff, will search the hotel grounds.  You are hunting high and low for your chocolate Easter Egg and then even better, when you do find it, you get to eat it, we promise, it is no April fool!


Play the guessing game!

Easter eggsPay a visit to the tall jar of Easter Eggs at reception.  Count carefully and remember there are small eggs in some of the bigger eggs.  Fill in your competition slip and at the end of the Easter break, the guest that guesses the nearest to the correct answer gets to keep and eat the eggs.  We recommend sharing, but it is up to you!



Other Easter Activities

Easter BunnyAll of our children's activities will be operating over the entire Easter break, including Kids camp daily, the Creche, the Indoor Play Zone and the Teen Zone.   Camp activities will include swimming, inflatable pool slide, zorbing, dodge ball, unihoc, arts and crafts and much more. Download the full list of activities here  and you can find further information on the normal childrens facilites that will be running over the Easter break at this link Children's Facilities page. 

Every evening at 6.00pm there will be a free activity.  Weather permitting, the bouncy castle with obstacle course will be open or if there weather is not suitable there will be face painting, tattoo transfers and nail art in the hotel lobby.  Remember to watch out for our hotel mascot, Doogle the dog.  

Nightly Entertainment

children's disco will take place every eveining during the Easter break, (excluding Good Friday),  so they can show off their best moves, as can enthusiastic parents!

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