Beau Sejour has a fantastic range of healthy activities for all age groups and abilities.
As a venue, the Centre has modern equipment, plus qualified, friendly Instructors and staff on hand to make your experience as enjoyable as possible. We aim to provide sports and fitness facilities for all age groups and abilities where possible and also offer a range of opportunities for staging entertainment such as music and theatrical events.
There is access for disabled persons, for more information on disabled access please click here. For customers with additional requirements the Centre offers:
Family/Baby changing. Family size cubicles can be found within the village.
Hoist. Disabled customers can use a hoist for access to the swimming main pool. There is also a dedicated changing room with hoist and separate shower area. Please ask at Reception for details.
Toilets. These are located throughout the Centre and within the various changing areas. All disabled toilets are fitted with assistance alarms.
Parking. Provision has been made for Registered Disabled badge holders to park by the main entrance to the Centre. Parent and toddler parking spaces are also available in the main car park.
Hearing Loop. A hearing loop system is fitted at the main Reception desk and in the theatre auditorium.
Guide and assistance dogs. Registered guide and assistance dogs are welcome.
Large print. Larger print versions of material is available upon request from Reception.
Beau Sejour Outdoor Play Park. Has recently been refurbished and offers a range of equipment suitable for toddlers and children under 12 year olds to enjoy free.
We also have a great range of healthy activities ranging from Aquafit to ZUMBA along with activities to keep the children occupied during holidays along with a Creche for the very young children to be entertained while parents enjoy their workout or activity.
We work hard to manage our environmental impact and energy use. This includes recycling opportunities throughout the building whenever possible. Promotional literature is produced on recycled paper whenever possible, and energy usage is monitored to reduce wastage.