Half term has been and gone but we really made the most of it this February, we
The Brewery Cheltenham has so much for families and it is a great place to spend the day or evening. If you haven’t been recently it is certainly worth a look. The Brewery Cheltenham has Adventure Golf, a soft play, the cinema plus a vast array of places to eat including the new Creams desert place, Cosy Club, and other chain restaurants.
It is good to see that they cater for families of all ages. I have written before about how it can be difficult to find family friendly activities when you have both tweens and teenagers. The Brewery means that all of us can find something to do.
We were recently invited to pop over to the Brewery for an afternoon of activities. We started off with a trip to Cineworld to see The Kid Who Would Be King, fuelled up with popcorn and slushies the kids and I got engrossed in the film which we really enjoyed. It was a film that both my 9-year-old and 15
Once the film had finished we headed just a few steps away to the Cosy Club Cheltenham where we were spoilt from start to finish! We really enjoy eating out as a family and the Cosy Club is perfect. It has a children’s menu which manages to cater
To start we had some sharing tapas which is really sociable and lets us try a few different things. Next up Dyl headed for their signature burger whilst Lee and I had steak. We often pick steak as (hands up) I cannot cook a decent steak so it is a real treat for us to eat them when out!
I was absolutely full and swapped desert for a
There really is lots to do at the Brewary Cheltenham and we enjoyed our family time together. In term time we are often pulled in different directions, the kids have clubs and Lee works long hours, therefore, it is great to reconnect during the school holidays and this afternoon and evening reminded us that we don’t need to travel too far to spend some quality time together.