This summer at Manor House Wildlife Park Pizza and Prosecco are buy one get one free every night between 4pm and 6.30pm. As we are season ticket holders and regular visitors we popped along one evening for tea.
During the evenings, the park is usually quieter. Izzy was happy that this meant she could easily get a bike to ride on. Regular readers know how much our kids love these bikes.
Off she cycled, heading to the cafe in search of pizza…
Pizza and Prosecco at Manor Park
As it was a nice evening (how lucky have we been with the weather this summer? I’ve actually began to take it for granted a little now I admit!) we sat outside on the veranda. It felt like an evening meal on holiday abroad.
I was driving so mum and Jo could take advantage of the two for one prosecco- cheers! A two for one offer on a special summer mocktail would be great for us driving visitors.
Izzy chose pepperoni. It looked delicious. Again it was enough for her tea and also lunch the next day.
There is even a cheeseless vegan pizza on the menu, so I had that of course. I thought I’d taken a photo of the menu but I haven’t come across it sorry.
As you can see I enjoyed my fresh Italian pizza.
This would have been plenty of food of us but their fries are seasoned and very tasty too so I couldn’t resist adding them!
Izzy had fun dancing on the veranda. A few summers ago we enjoyed an evening of live music and dancing here. I’d love to do that again.
Exploring the Park
The best thing about having a season ticket is there’s never any pressure to cover the whole park in one day. As the park was nearly closing we just took a longer walk out of the park to see some of our favourite animals. Izzy could spend all day with these lovely goats.
The tigers were back in their enclosure but we spotted a new “Tiger Woods” walk through so took a stroll.
Around the walk, there are now more information board about tigers and helping the environment. The walk also allows a 360 degrees view of the enclosure.
Lastly we looked for the red pandas and then came to the wallabies.
Even though it wasn’t a full day exploring we had a lovely evening with Mum and Jo. It’s nice when even during working days we can get to spend time with family.
We’ll be back to spend more time with Steve, Lisa and Bryn, the gibbons soon!
Visit Manor Wildlife Park
Manor Wildlife Park is on the B4318 Sageston to Tenby Road, at the edge of the floral village of St Florence, just two miles from Tenby.
If you are using your Sat Nav – use postcode SA70 8RJ
There are plenty of parking spaces in the free car park.
Entry costs: £12.95 children and £14.95 adults
This summer there is a two for one offer on pizza and prosecco from 4pm – 6.30pm
You are welcome to bring a picnic too!
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