Review and Giveaway. The Furchester Hotel DVD

One of the monsters most favourite programme's is The Furchester Hotel..I must admit its got to be one of the very few I don't mind watching with them, I think it's the reminder of childhood with the Sesame Street characters that does it!




Go back to your childhood and join Elmo and Cookie Monster, and a whole host of new friends at Aunt Funella, Uncle Furgus and cousin Phoebe's hotel....The Furchester Hotel.

Featuring six episodes and aimed at children aged 3 to 6 years old the series, a co-production by Sesame Workshop and the production team at CBeebies, encourages children to get creative with their problem solving!

Join the furry family as they help solve the problems that their funny, and sometimes crazy, guests bring!

The 6 episodes on the disc include:

Welcome to the Furchester. Mr. Director and his assistant Carol are visiting The Furchester Hotel to shoot a video to promote the establishment and are very surprised when they find that it is run by monsters! Mr. Director follows the exciting escapades of the hotel and its residents, uncovering lots of unusual activities along the way. Don’t Eat the Guests. Catastrophe strikes when the hotel runs out of cookies and Cookie Monster descends into panic. The arrival of Mr. Crumb, a living cookie, does little to help matters and responsibility falls to the Furchester Hotel team to ensure his safety whilst they wait for the cookie shipment. Very Important Porcupine. The arrival of Pierce the Porcupine causes alarm amongst the hotels residents who fear his prickly appearance. Elmo and Phoebe relish the chance to make a new friend and ensure that Pierce has a fantastic stay at the Furchester. Yodel-Ay-Hee-Hoo! A kerfuffle is caused when the hotels telephone ceases to work, calling for some creative thinking from the Furchester team. After trialing a series of tin can telephones, Furgus, Phoebe and Elmo turn to the hotel’s newest resident, Professor Fleece, for lessons in yodeling. Count Your Chickens. Local tour guide, Griff, turns to the Furchester team to watch his latest group, consisting of five chickens, whilst he fetches his bus from the garage. Following his departure, chaos descends across the hotel as the chickens disappear and the Tea Time Monsters run riot. The Veggietones. Funella hires The Veggietones to serenade the hotels guests, much to Elmo and Phoebe’s delight. The group’s initial performances cause concern amongst the guests but a helping hand from Furchester team ensures everyone is able to enjoy the show.
Fancy joining the fun at The Furchester Hotel? To be in with a chance of winning a copy of The Furchester Hotel DVD, fill in the Rafflecopter form below. A winner will be chosen on the and contacted via Twitter (if applicable) and email. UK entrants only. The winners prize will be sent via Abbey Home Media. T&C's Apply.



53 comments:

  1. I used to love Rosie and Jim, even named my two bunny rabbits Rosie and Jim lol xxx

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  2. Stingray - @CH26CH26

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  3. I just remember having lots of Tots Tv & Rosie and Jim videos :)

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  4. Margaret Clarkson
    Mr Benn

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  5. I loved Jamie and his magic torch

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  6. i loved anything on Cartoon Network. Cow & Chicken or Dexters Lab!

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  7. He-man and the masters of the universe.

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  8. I loved jackanory

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  9. I think it's a toss up between Pipkins and 'You and Me.' x

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  10. I used to love Play Away and Play School, I also used to love Rainbow before Bungle started to creep me out.:)

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  11. SuperTed and the raggy dolls

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  12. Mr Benn, Bagpuss and (later on) Follyfoot.

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  13. When I was a bit older I loved a programme called Round the Twist and Eerie Indiana.

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  14. I loved Penny Crayon and The Raccoons x

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  15. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles lol!

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