Have a Roooaarsome Christmas with the Cuddleroar!

cuddleroar towel

It’s no secret that we’ve been Cuddledry fans ever since we laid our hands on their original Cuddledry towel a few years ago – I don’t really know how we managed bath time without the apron style towel.

Anyway, I’m not here to talk about that today. I want to share our personal review of the Cuddledry Cuddleroar hooded toddler towel. Elsie’s never been a fan of getting out the bath, getting dry and dressed so I’m pinning all my hopes on this towel turning things around.

The hooded toddler towel comes in three designs; Safari, Cuddlemoo and Cuddleroar. We were very kindly sent the Cuddleroar and I love the design. The spines down the back of the towel and the gorgeous bright green are really fun and, as the towel contains bamboo fibre, not only is it supersoft and snuggly but it’s even more absorbent than cotton and never seems to feel wet. I’ve found, with our Cuddledry towels, that the more we wash them the softer they seem to become.


I love that the Cuddleroar has a small button to keep the towel on Elsie – she runs around like a  loon after her bath so it’s good to know she’s also remaining warm and getting dry.

These hooded towels from Cuddledry are also perfect to take swimming or on holiday. We took a hooded Cuddledry Poncho towel on holiday in April and it was the perfect thing to pop on the kids when they jumped out the pool and wanted to relax on the sun loungers or have a snack without getting them fully dressed. I don’t know about your kids but mine always complain their cold after getting out of the pool – even when it’s 30 degrees celsius!

I think these would make fab Christmas presents as they double up as fancy dress for your wild toddlers too!


The Cuddleroar towel is available from the Cuddledry website (RRP £34.99) with free UK delivery. I don’t have a bad word to say about this towel. Yes, it costs more than your average toddler towel but I think the price tag is justifiable given the quality and longevity of the product.



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