Children (16 years and Under) in their own rooms or sharing with a single adult are charged at 75% of the relevant adult rate.
Children (12 years and under) We have a limited number of family rooms where children will be accommodated in extra beds or bunks sharing with two adults. A minimum daily charge will apply determined by the ages of the children.
Children aged 3 to 7 years will be charged a minimum daily charge of £38.00 and children aged 8 to 12 years inclusive will be charged £48.00 daily. These terms to include breakfast and children’s supper. Children aged two and under are accommodated free of charge.
Children’s Supper Children’s Supper is served between 5.15pm and 6.00pm in the Restaurant. This consists of a varied menu to suit all ages, including some healthy options and ‘daily specials’. During school holiday periods the restaurant will open half an hour earlier at 7.00pm to allow guests with younger children to dine together and the childrens menu will be available during this time with no extra charge. Please note the children's menu is not available in the restaurant during dinner service (7.30pm to 9.00pm). Children are welcome to take dinner in the restaurant instead of Children’s supper at an additional charge of £23.00. However we request that parents insist on “best behaviour” out of respect for other guests.. We regret that babies and children in high chairs are not permitted in the restaurant at dinner. We are able to offer a baby-sitting service and a baby listening facility if required.
Facilities for Children
When you bring younger children to the Thurlestone we will provide cots, suitable linen and a kettle in the room for your convenience. In addition to the games room and play areas, during school holidays our Children's Danny the Dolphin Club offers entertainment which may include a Magician, movie nights, sports competitions, arts & crafts, bingo, trivia quizzes, nature trail etc.
Please note all the Dolphin Club activities are available for children aged 5 to 12 and are Free of Charge.