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Last chance for summer family fun

Wednesday, 22nd August, 2018 4:31pm

Michael Olney

Autumn is fast approaching but it’s not too late for families in search of some last-minute summer fun.

The Citywest Hotel’s family fun activities programme for 2018 is still available for any families looking to make the most of the few remaining days of summer.

Guests are invited to take part in a full programme of family focused events and classes that cater for all ages with prices starting at €179 for a family of four.

For the kids, a whole range fun activities are available such as cupcake and pizza making classes, supervised pool parties, discos, karaoke and fancy dress parties where they can dress up as their favourite characters for the evening.

While the kids are kept busy, parents can sit back, relax and enjoy the newly renovated Leisure Centre which includes a 20 metre pool, jacuzzi, sauna and steam room as well as Haven Hair & Beauty.

For the golfers in the family, special parent-kid golf lessons are available at the adjoining 18 hole golf course designed by the late Christy O’Connor.

New to the programme this year is the children’s themed afternoon tea party which takes place Monday to Friday from 1-3pm, where the little ones can do some mingling and enjoy some delicious treats.

Entry for the children’s tea party is €12.50 per child and €25 per adult.

Movie nights are also a frequent event throughout the summer time where families can go and watch their favourite films together before turning in for bed.

Close to the Wicklow Hills and just 30 minutes from Dublin city centre, the award winning, four star Citywest Hotel is the perfect destination for people in search of a family-friendly city break.

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