The showers were just OK, mainly due to them being pretty weak, I much prefer a stronger shower, however they are free.Our two little girls 2 and 5 were very excited about all the play parks and facilities in the Tourist Complex building.They spent ages playing in the three play parks with the other kids.
Fresh aromas, vivid colours, eclectic treasures, buzzing crowds - a mere stroll amongst the many stalls of a Naturally North Coast and Glens Artisan Market are enough to invigorate the senses and whet the appetite.
These markets aim to keep things authentic, providing a rare but enchanting opportunity to meet the many food, craft producers and suppliers from the North Coast and Glens area.
It is a haven for anybody who cares about the quality and provenance of the food they eat, for those that seek something different from what is found on supermarket shelves.
It provides a cornucopia of exquisite handcrafted, artistic items and an opportunity to interact with the artisan who has produced them.
But it's not just the sheer quality of the items on offer that makes an Artisan Market so special.
It is also about the people and the place, locally based craftspeople and producers who are passionate about their products represent the North Coast and Glens area.
Our Stallholders are themselves primary producers - people who grow, make, create, style, rear, craft, or bake the products that they sell.
As a result, the Artisan Markets have become a vast repository of culinary knowledge, artisan craftsmanship and skills from previous generations.
It's a place to explore, to ask questions, to discover new flavours, stumble upon raw talent, unearth entrepreneurship, nurture bygone mastery, and to savour a unique, buzzing atmosphere.