Guests at Marlie make merry as new clubhouse opens doors
Families staying at Kent’s Marlie Holiday Park this summer will be clubbing together in style after a new clubhouse complex was opened in time for the school holidays.
Completed at a cost of literally hundreds of thousands of pounds, guests can now relax, eat, drink and be entertained in sumptuous surroundings which are purpose-built for pleasure.
It’s yet another bonus for those enjoying a short break or longer stay at popular Marlie Holiday Park near New Romney and just a short drive from the beach.
The architect-designed clubhouse boasts attractions for all ages, and includes high-tech staging where professional nightly shows are staged by visiting cabarets and TV performers.
In the spacious bar area, a super-size TV means everyone can view this summer’s sports offerings, and there’s also a games area with both traditional and the latest video-based challenges.
Or if it’s time to eat, the clubhouse’s cafe-restaurant can serve everything up from a simple snack to a three-course meal of freshly prepared dishes including many popular favourites.
There’s also an indoor pool and a children’s pool, plus plenty more attractions provided with youngsters in mind, including a very popular adventure playground.
Families can choose from a wide range of holiday home accommodation to hire, all fully equipped and comfortably furnished, and just a short stroll from the clubhouse.
There are also attractively laid-out pitches for touring caravans, motorhomes, and camping guests.
Close to historic Rye and an array of beaches, other nearby attractions to Marlie include Romney Warren Nature Reserve and the area’s famous narrow gauge railway.
According to Park Holidays UK, this is likely to be Marlie’s busiest summer for many years as more families than ever plump for a British seaside holiday this glorious summer.
Details of holiday breaks at the park over this July and August is available from the Park Holidays UK website at www.ParkHolidays.com