Park Holidays raises curtains on new leisure investments

Swimming pools with splash zones and flumes will be among the new developments taking shape this year

NEW SWIMMING POOLS will feature amongst a multi-million pound splash this year on new guest facilities at Park Holidays UK, it was announced this month.

The fast-growing group says it intends to set the bar even higher on the range and quality of what families will be able to enjoy during their stays.

The line-up of planned new developments has been influenced by feedback from customers on what they feel creates the most abiding and exciting holiday memories.

Leisure facilities come top of the list with a big emphasis on experiences in which both grown-ups and youngsters can take part.

With this in mind, Park Holidays UK says that the new and upgraded pools at its parks will all include child-friendly features such as splash zones and flume rides.

New venues and entertainment centres on the cards will also put families to the fore, ensuring that they remain warm and welcoming to guests of all ages.

At some parks, new staging facilities will be created using the latest lighting and sound technologies to enhance Park Holidays UK’s extremely popular family shows.

Parks will also see new restaurants, bars and club-houses taking shape, all of which will have a light and airy atmosphere with modern and tasteful interior design.

There’s also a new spotlight on al-fresco dining and drinking at many parks with outside areas being given over to all-day bar and restaurant service.

Customer feedback on what makes a memorable park stay helped inform the schedule of new developments

New and additional accommodation options will be added at many parks, and these will often mirror the growing demand for top-quality surroundings and first-class standards of comfort.

Details of when the ribbons will be cut on the new developments at each park are given on the Park Holidays UK website (www.ParkHolidays.com) where bookings can also be made.

Until the end of January, the group is offering early-bird discounts on thousands of 2023 holidays, including those scheduled for the summer school holidays.

Savings of up to £100.00 per stay are available across almost all of the company’s 40-plus parks in England, Wales and Scotland – and include a free cancellation protection plan.

But despite the scale of its current investment programme, Park Holidays UK says its prices will remain as competitive as ever – and include the use of leisure facilities.

Guests can pay as little as £129.00 for a three-night stay in a caravan holiday home in April, or just £197.00 for three nights or £309.00 for seven nights in July.

For more information on the current offers, visit www.ParkHolidays.com