Potters Leisure Resort: Final thoughts

Unfortunately I am writing this post in Manchester as we had to leave Potters yesterday when Elizabeth started to become ill. Knowing we have another busy week in front of us we knew the only option was to get her seen at the hospital today which meant we had to make the 6 hour drive yesterday. This did cut into our holiday time but we still had an amazing time.

Potters Leisure Resort combines fabulous spacious accommodation with a huge range of activities both indoor and outside, we didn’t even scratch the surface of the activities we could have tried and Gaming Daddy of Two was upset that we didnt have an older child like my little brother with us to enable him to take part in all the activities he wanted to try! He is a big kid at heart and would have loved an excuse to join in.

As we only did a few things I thought I would tell you more about all the activities we missed. From archery to scuba diving, golf to crazy golf, Air rifle shooting and clay pigeon shooting plus the rally karts there are loads of new activities to try. There are also squash courts, tennis courts, table tennis, snooker, darts, bowls and football coaching, zumba lessons and a gym plus an indoor climbing wall. There was KMX Bikes, X Boarding and gaming tournaments
 and not forgetting the giant inflatable assault course. Most of the activities are included in your holiday price with a few exceptions which include Clay Pigeon Shooting and bracelet making, it seems if they are using something up such as the bracelet beads or the clay pigeons then there is a charge which is perfectly acceptable. There are kids clubs for different ages  with lots of fun activities and the chance to win prizes and there is even a ten pin bowling alley on site!

Some activities are only available on certain days including the Giant swing, bungee trampolines and Sedways. All of which Gaming Daddy of two wanted to try and I have to admit to wanting to have a go on the Sedway too but the girls didnt want to watch.

Grown ups are not left out either as there were quizzes through the day, cash bingo, Indoor Kurling, the chance to learn how to make animals out of towels and lots of different dance lessons to try out.

Although there was so much that we didnt see or do we still had an amazing time trying new things, being together as a family and generally having fun. We will always remember Potters as the place the girls learnt to swim.

Potters Leisure Resort is made special because of its staff and everyone was very attentive, friendly and they went out of their way to make us happy. The kids club staff remembered the girls names and took the time to stop and talk to them whenever they went past and the girls really bonded with them straight away. They took the time to stop and talk which really does make a difference.

Would we go back to Potters? Definitely!