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Review: Paradise Island Adventure Golf – Cheshire Oaks

During the holidays Olivia and I were invited along to test our adventure golf skills at Paradise Island Adventure Golf in their brand new home in Cheshire Oaks. As the UK’s leading indoor adventure golf provider the Cheshire Oaks attraction is is the latest addition to the chain who can also be found in Glasgow, Manchester, Sheffield and Livingston.

We love a bit of mini golf but very rarely play despite there being a course local to us, and usually only end up playing when away on holiday around the UK. If I am honest I hadn’t actually heard of Paradise Island even though their closest one to me was previously at the Trafford Centre. But Cheshire Oaks is so much closer to us and a welcome addition to the entertainment complex. I can see why they chose the location situated right next to Vue cinema it’s really easy to find. Right in the heart of it all.

 
paradise island golf course

So there are two different 18 hole courses, we ended up playing the one pictured above. With it only being open a mere 10 days when we visited it was all still shiny and new and deceivingly spacious. When you go in it doesn’t appear to be that big but they have made clever use of the space incorporating every bit of space available without feeling too closed in. With this in mind though it wasn’t really all that busy when we visited so I can imagine at busier times of the year it will get crowded pretty quickly.

shark image at paradise island cheshire oaks

It is worth noting that after the first 2 holes we had abandoned all rules and pretty much just played ‘coz well we really ain’t all that and where’s the fun in the kids getting all stroppy and bitchy because they’re losing! So we just went with it. The scoring went out the window too so I think I probably  didn’t won! As an extra treat when you are leaving there is a 19th hole! If you can manage to get a hole in one here you get a free game! Needless to say none of us managed it!

As I said it wasn’t that busy and it took us about an hour to get round at a leisurely pace and there were 5 of us playing, but I was still shocked at how annoyed people get when they have to wait to take their turn and they take it sooo seriously too, newsflash people, we are allowed 6 goes each hole played per person! You try rushing 3 girls who have absolutely no idea what they are even doing. We mostly let them go first and became the back of the queue so as not to disturb others with our fun!

olivia at paradise island adventure golf

Anyway back on subject now. The girls loved it and it was a fun way to spend the afternoon although I would recommend going as part of a big group to get get your moneys worth otherwise it will be over quite quickly unless you opt to play both courses. I loved that there are also lockers to put your coats etc in too. I hate visiting things like this and having to cart around coats/bags/shopping etc. Also as the courses are situated upstairs you have the option of getting in some extra exercise trekking up and down or taking the lift up. My only issue was with the staff. I am big on customer service and I felt it was lacking in this department. Maybe they need more time to settle into their roles but I felt it was quite unorganised to say the least and for a new attraction I expected more. I would of liked to have seen more staff involvement, maybe some tips as you are going round and spending that little bit more time at the front desk too as oppose to rushing us through ie mentioning the lockers as we had our hands full with coats etc and hypo kids!

feature and displays at paradise island adventure golf

Verdict: A fun time for kids of all ages and will definitely visit again when are next up in Cheshire Oaks!

Prices per 18-hole round of golf at Cheshire Oaks are:
• Under 5’s – £3.50
• 5 – 16’s – £5.50
• Student / Concession – £6.00
• Adult – £7.50
• Family of 4 – £22.00
• Group of 4 – £27.00

Visit Paradise Island Adventure Golf for more information.

*Disclaimer: We were gifted with free passes for 1 round of 18  hole adventure golf at the location mentioned above for my honest thoughts on our trip*
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13 Comments

  1. Tracey S Anderson

    February 20, 2016 at 11:27 pm

    Such a lovely review looks like you had a great time X x

  2. Karl Borowy

    February 20, 2016 at 5:20 pm

    really looks amazing

  3. Emma Riches

    February 17, 2016 at 7:31 am

    I didnt know this was in Cheshire Oaks will have to visit soon

  4. Sue C

    February 11, 2016 at 2:25 pm

    I can see this as being quite a good way to convince my boys to have a look around the shops at Cheshire oaks…we can combine with some fun for them!

  5. lisa

    February 9, 2016 at 10:27 pm

    We love adventure golf. We have been to the one over in New Brighton, that is brilliant. The cheshire oaks one looks just as much fun from your review. Definitely on the to visit list

  6. Niki Clifton

    February 8, 2016 at 7:07 pm

    i had no idea this was in cheshire oaks may visit in half term x

  7. Petra Hora

    February 8, 2016 at 12:16 pm

    Amazing prize! I would love to take my kids. We love adventure golf.

  8. Tara Smith

    February 7, 2016 at 10:20 pm

    Great review – looking forward to trying this out next time we are at Cheshire Oaks

  9. Jayne T

    February 7, 2016 at 5:02 pm

    I’ve haven’t heard of these before, but they look well worth a visit.

  10. Mimi

    January 12, 2016 at 2:25 am

    I love crazy golf! We recently had a mini golf open in Cardiff and we had people huffing and puffing that we were taking too long too! Perfect day out for a family 🙂

  11. Camilla @FabFood4All

    January 11, 2016 at 10:26 pm

    I love crazy golf so this would be my idea of fun:-)

  12. Ana De- Jesus

    January 10, 2016 at 8:41 pm

    This looks like a fun game to play with all the family! I am not very good at crazy golf but I always love the backdrops.

  13. Rachel In Real Life

    January 10, 2016 at 12:30 am

    I love mini/crazy golf but only really play it when we go away. It’s very much a British holiday thing to do isn’t it?! There is a similar thing here but I’ve not been myself, although the men of the family went a couple of Christmases ago while the women went shopping.

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