Parks say “thanks” to guests ensuring a safer summer for all
ONE OF BRITAIN’S largest holiday park groups has sent a massive thank-you to its guests for their “responsible and well-judged” response to July’s easing of Corona restrictions.
It says that whilst singing and dancing is now firmly back on the holiday menu, consideration for others has been foremost in most people’s minds.
“Everyone loves letting their hair down on holiday, and it’s wonderful to see our clubs, bars and entertainment venues all buzzing again,” said director Tony Clish.
“But what’s especially noticeable is the restrained and thoughtful behaviour of guests which is helping to maintain a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere for everyone.
“There’s definitely a sense that we’re not out of the woods yet, but that it’s possible to enjoy ourselves and have good time whilst still remaining cautious,” added Tony.
He said that the company’s 40-plus parks in England and Scotland were now rolling out their full summer leisure and entertainment programmes.
These include day-long activities for children of all ages, swimming pools and other facilities all fully open, and family-friendly cabaret shows each evening.
However, says Park Holidays UK, the wellbeing of guests and staff remains a priority, and various safety measures – such as hand-sanitising stations – all remain in place.
Guests renting holiday lodges, holiday caravans and glamping units are also assured that enhanced cleaning of the accommodation will still take place between lettings.
The vast majority of all holiday homes on the group’s parks remain at least five metres from their neighbours, providing additional peace of mind.
“It’s proving an amazing year for holiday bookings, and even before restrictions were eased we had experienced the highest demand in our thirty year history,” said Tony.
“Luckily we introduced a substantial amount of additional accommodation earlier in the year, so this has been extremely helpful in ensuring that families aren’t being disappointed.
“But the options are now being squeezed, even going into autumn, so we suggest customers make a move sooner rather than later to get the holiday they want.
“Meanwhile, we are expressing our gratitude to everyone for remaining sensitive to the situation we are all having to live with, and making our parks a relaxing place to be,” he added.
Details of available accommodation for the remainder of this year and 2022 can be found on the group’s website at www.ParkHolidays.com