Ribby Hall Holiday Village 16



During 0ur recent weekend at Blackpool we stayed at Ribby Hall Holiday Village which is ten minutes outside of Blackpool and is amazing.  For us it was much better than staying on a B&B or a hotel as we had the freedom to come and go as we likes, plus coupled with fab onsite activities  and leisure pool it has something to suit every family.

Accommodation

Ribby Hall accommodation

Ribby hall has a fantastic array of accommodation options to sleep up to 14 people.  We stayed in Ruby Cottage which come with a fab lounge and with TV and DVD player (not that we had time to watch it) a fully fitted kitchen and dining area with oven, hob, microwave, fridge freezer, toaster, crockery, cutlery and all utensils.  It really was an amazing base.

Fantastic Activities at Ribby Hall

RIbby Hall activities

We really wish we had more time to spend using the amazing facilities that Ribby Hall had.  The boys had an ace time on the climbing wall and we had a great round of MIni Golf as a family.  The leisure pool is super and the boys loved it.

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The boys took full advantage of the park when we had a spare minute.

Eating at Ribby Hall

On the Friday Night the boys and MadDad ate in the Restaurant, whilst I galavented to Sally’s.  During breakfast in the morning they couldn’t wait to tell me about the EPIC deserts they had the night before!

We stayed in a Ruby Lodge and it had a fully fitted kitchen with a fridge freezer, cooker, microwave, toaster and dishwasher so we could have  very easily cooked ourselves, but we took advantage of the Tea Shop serving breakfast and it was lovely.

Disclosure: We were guests of #Blackpools Back and Merlin Entertainment for our weekend in Blackpool

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