Cubby House Kids Club means holiday fun for the whole family

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Cubby House Kids Club means holiday fun for the whole family

Cubby House Kids Club means holiday fun for the whole family

Family holidays are fabulous, but finding activities to suit every age demographic during your vacation abroad can be fraught with frustration and anxiety. Wandering around Bali streets in the heat with a push pram or toddler in tow can put paid to the best of plans for retail therapy and is sure to dampen the spirits of the hardiest of travellers.

In search of a stress free break, many holidaymakers with munchkins tend to gravitate toward hotels renowned for their kids clubs only to find that what looked like paradise for pint sized peeps in the brochure was, in reality, little more than a few tired toys, and a ball pit with a babysitter! Sound familiar?

Cue Cubby House Kids Club, a lively and stimulating environment where children can play and learn at the same time. Located at Finns Recreation Club, Cubby House is Bali’s best option for an interactive and entertaining alternative to hiring a babysitter. Ideally for children aged 2 to 12 years, Cubby House provides stress free child care for your kids, keeping them entertained while you get the holiday break you deserve.

Let’s face it, we all adore our kids but everyone needs time out from the tin lids at times, as well as the chance to pursue some simple adult friendly activities. An afternoon around the pool with a cocktail, a massage or even a few hours perusing the shops here in Bali might be exactly what the doctor ordered for mum and dad but try doing that with tiny tots tagging along and keeping a smile on your dial!

Cubby House offers a huge range of toys and activities to keep the kids entertained and occupied. It boasts a supervised play area with a separate toddler zone for 2 to 4 year olds, friendly and experienced English speaking staff, Mac computers, Wii games, a movie theatre and arts & crafts stations along with two outdoor play areas. The centre maintains a good ratio of staff to children, ensuring that your loved ones are under continuous care and attention in a safe a completely secure environment.

No need to pack a lunch box for the kids either. Parents can opt to organise healthy snacks and meals for their children from the menu options provided. Cubby House is open 7 days from 8am until 10pm and kids are welcome to come and play from 1 hour or more. Planning a sightseeing trip to the mountains or the Bukit but don’t want to drag the kids along for hours in the car? Book them in to Cubby House for the day and ensure that everyone has the opportunity to enjoy themselves!

Check out their current promo for first time visitors. Present the promotional flyer to Cubby House staff on arrival and you can book one child in for the first hour for free! This offer is available for first time guests from now up until December 24th and then from February 1st – March 31st. While you’re there, ask them about their Multi

Hour Packages for the chance to save on subsequent visits (odds on the kids will want to keep coming back to Cubby House after their first visit!).

Holidays are meant for the whole family to enjoy so it’s important to source entertainment options for everyone – young and old. Make the most of Bali’s best kids club and call them today. Chances are, the only problem you’ll have with your kids at Cubby House is getting them to leave! Find out more about Cubby House Kids Club from their website: cubbyhousekidsclub.com or call them ph: +6285857222942 or +62(362)8483939 to check the cherubs in to Cubby House today!

Cubby House Kids Club

Finns Recreation Club West, Raya Pantai Berawa, Canggu – Bali

+62 361 848 3939 / (WhatsApp) +62 858 5722 2942

cubbyhouse@finnsrecclub.com

www.cubbyhousekidsclub.com

 

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