Advice about Auberge de Cendrillon please

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  1. millymoo

    millymoo Earning My Ears

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    Hi
    I booked our first trip to DLRP yesterday!!:yay:

    I am going with my husband, my son who will be 4 and my daugheter who will be 2 1/2. I was persuded to buy the premium halfboard vouchers, not sure if i did the right thing though. To get my moneys worth were going to do BBWWS and Inventions. I am thinking abot going to Auberge de Cendrillon.

    Is it child friendly enough for a 4 year old and 2 1/2 year old?? I know they won't like the food and i was wondering if anyone knew if i could get away with asking for a plate for my daughter to have some of ours or share my sons as she won't eat much if anything and i won't want to waste money buying her a meal when i expect i will have to get them something when we leave! I think she would enjoy meeting the princesses but i am concerned it will be a total waste of money. Would we be better going to cafe Mickey, Inventions again or The Lucky Nugget? We are already goign to cafe Mickey for a character breakfast.

    I have wondered if we would be better off with the halfboard plus vouchers but don't know that i could change anyway. Any advice would be greatly appreciated
     
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  3. A Small World

    A Small World <img src=http://photopost.wdwinfo.com/data/500/509

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    I know a lot of people dont like the food at Auberge but we love it and DD has loved it both times we have been.

    Im sure you dont have to buy a meal for your youngest as they are under 3
     
  4. britchic4

    britchic4 <font color=green>There's often a piano player in

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    We went when our daughter was that age....she loved it and actually her brother who was 5 1/2 at the time did just as much!
    I don't think it will be a problem if she shares your food...presumably you don't have HB vouchers for her anyway. You would need to buy her a drink, and she can fill up on the lovely bread even if she eats nothing else!
     
  5. MichelinMan

    MichelinMan I Am Speed - Ka-Chow!!!!

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    We went with our son, who is 5, and he loved it - boys get a knights helmet at the end of the meal, which my son loves. I was worried about the food, because my son is a fussy eater, but was gobsmacked when he didn't stop eating everything in sight! Just goes to show you never know what kids are going to like...
     
  6. thelittlemermaid83

    thelittlemermaid83 <font color=green>My reign will be a super-awesome

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    My DD first went at 2 1/2 and loved (she will ill tho and didnt eat the food) and the 2nd time we went she was 3 and she loved it even more. We are going again, even though she is not keen on the food we still have a fab time and i make up for the money by eating her food aswell :lmao:
     
  7. CRITCHK

    CRITCHK Mouseketeer

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    Does anyone know how much Auberge costs and if you can use the shareholders discount?
     
  8. scald

    scald <font color=royalblue>I am a big girls blouse when

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    You can definitely use shareholders discount there. Price for an adult is advertised as £41.50 and £15 for child ages 3-15 years. Of course new VAT laws suggest that from July 1st these prices could be reduced, but my guess is that they will drag their heels on this....


    For the OP, I would say that your youngest won't have to pay and will not get a halfboard voucher as under 3's just share off parents plates.
     

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