Exclusively for Charity Members and Monkey World – Ape Rescue Centre Adoptive Parents!
The Jim Cronin Memorial Fund are pleased to offer our one or two bedroom supporters flats to rent for a minimum of 2 nights. The flats are perfectly located just a mile from the park in the nearby village of Wool, benefiting from private entrance and parking, with the train station only minutes away and a wide range of amenities within walking distance for your convenience. It really is the ideal base for your next visit to Monkey World – Ape Rescue Centre.
House guests also benefit from early entrance (9am) and breakfast on arrival at Monkey World on each day of your stay. For more information or to make a booking, please contact 01929 462487 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Message from Karen & Paul: “Just want to let you know we had a lovely stay in the flat. Much bigger than we were expecting it to be! Hot shower and comfy bed. Debbie was very friendly and helpful. We also loved the luxury of having the park to ourselves for that first hour. We called in again on our way home just to hear the gibbons sing. Magical. The bacon sandwiches were much more substantial than we were expecting, cooked to our requirements, and lovely fresh bread. We bough a couple of sandwiches to travel home with, knowing we wouldn’t find fresher. It was a magical, wonderful way to spend our 25th wedding anniversary.”
Message from Olga: “Thank you for a wonderful stay!”
Message from Wendy & William: “Many thanks, we have had a super time. The flat is brilliant.”
Message from Shelagh: “Just to say a big Thank You for a wonderful stay in the flat, it made our visit this year so much more pleasurable, will look forward to returning again on our next visit.”
Message from Paula & Emily: “We have had an amazing stay with you. All the staff have been so friendly and helpful. We will be back next year!”
Message from Lesley: “We had a lovely stay. The apartment was lovely and we had a great time at Monkey World and the Jurassic coast. We hope to visit again in the future.”