Pull on a helmet, head to the woods and go screeching over jumps on a quad bike. Or a mountain bike. Or a horse. Beat everyone at crazy golf. Watch the best films. Try new things. Old things. Favourite things. Just don’t slow down.
The stuff of Crieff Hydro legend. Get in quick and secure up to two childcare sessions daily, every minute bursting with friends and fun for 2-12 year olds. Castles and ballpools, obviously. But we’ve also got iPads, games consoles and more in the Green Room. Get the kids ready for the fun and games at BIG Country by booking your preferred sessions in advance and filling out our consent form . Just print off and fill in your details before handing in at BIG Country Reception on the day.
Booked your stay directly with us? The legend is true …enjoy up to two FREE daytime childcare sessions a day! Booked through a website far, far away? The magic of Big Country is still within reach – but it does have a small cost – £10 per child. Sorry, our spells don’t work beyond the realms of our own kingdom.
We’ve got fully qualified baby-sitters too! To book just call 01764 651 727 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The cost is £15 per hour.
Quads and horses and bikes and high ropes and deep, deep sleep. And that’s just day 1. Here’s a taster of what we’ve got in store for you:
Thrills on wheels – quad bikes, Segways, mountain bikes, and more
Sports galore – football, tennis, basketball; also archery, clays and air rifles
Summer watersports – hurtle round Loch Earn on a wakeboard, kneeboard, banana boat and doughnut
Horse riding – from Shetland pony rides to woodland hacks
Entertainment – cinema, ceilidhs, face painting, bouncy castle, games, the lot.
If all that sounds like a lot, that’s because it is. Can’t decide? We’ve put together bundles of our most popular activities for kids. Tried. Tested. Big smiles guaranteed.
Take Your Pick
Don’t miss out
There’s always loads to do. All that’s left is finding the right time to do it – book now.Book Big Country
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