What kind of food can I expect?
Eating together is an important part of any holiday and we know how tricky it can be to please everyone in the family. PGL Family Adventures include breakfast, lunch and dinner; making food one less thing for you to think about.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner will usually be served in the dining room, although at some centres there may be a barbeque on one evening during the week. We can cater for most diets (please let us know when you book), all meals will always include a vegetarian option.
For all holidays the first meal on arrival will be the evening meal. For guests on a seven night holiday, their last meal before departure will be breakfast. For guests on two, three and four night breaks the last meal will be lunch. Please ensure that you have advised us of any dietary requirements before the start of your holiday.
Our ‘PGL BIG breakfast’ – provides you with an improved selection of unlimited cooked and continental options.
Lighter tastier lunches – with a choice of daily specials, from fresh sandwiches which you can bespoke, to salads and soup.
Delicious ‘family favourites’ evening meals – with antipasti sharers and a bar drinks service available too. Relax, refuel and enjoy some quality family time, without needing to do the cooking or the washing up!
Tea, coffee and water will be available at all mealtimes. We also now offer a barista coffee bar and a wide choice of soft drinks, craft beers, ciders and wine (additional cost).
With the exception of Dalguise, all of our centres have an on-site bar for the use of family guests. (Please note: children will be asked to vacate the bar at 10pm). For Dalguise, refreshments are provided for you to enjoy in lounge areas, but centre staff will be able to advise you of nearby pubs and restaurants.
View our sample UK family menu below:
We source fresh regional produce whenever we can and you’ll always find a good selection of seasonal fresh fruit and vegetables on offer every day. The menu will always include a vegetarian option and we will try to provide a taste of local cuisine whenever possible. We aim to provide a balance of food which is familiar but also gives guests the opportunity to try food influenced by the area they are visiting. A range of salads are available at lunch and dinner time and fresh fruit is available at every meal.
Tea, coffee, hot chocolate and water are available with meals and in France a glass of wine will be included with your evening meal.
Meals will usually be served in the dining room, although at some centres there may be a barbeque on one evening. Guests canoeing down the Ardèche will stop at lunchtime for an alfresco lunch on a riverside beach. If you are out and about enjoying an excursion at lunchtime then our catering team will provide a packed lunch for you to take with you.
We wish to work with all of our guests to provide a safe and enjoyable experience. We expect parents/guardians to supply any information in relation to food allergies and intolerances prior to travel. On site, we aim to give as much information as possible so guests can make informed food choices. At each meal time, allergy information will be clearly displayed for each dish (e.g. suitable for vegetarian, dairy free, gluten free etc). If guests are ever in doubt about a product or dish, we recommend they immediately ask a member of the catering team or their group leader who will speak with our catering manager for clarity.
We ask suppliers to provide nut free products. However some food items are made in factories that use these ingredients. We do not sell nut products in our shop.