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Britons going on a UK holiday now have even more options for their stay. Park Holidays UK, one of the largest holiday park operators in the country, has added nine new parks to its portfolio.
Park Holidays UK director Tony Clish said: “Make no mistake, the quality bar is being raised ever higher all the time on Britain’s holiday parks.
“With holiday bookings and holiday home sales continuing to gather pace, everyone is feeling very upbeat at this announcement!”
The announcement sees Park Holidays UK add some fantastic destinations as an option.
The new parks are in the West Country, Peak District, Yorkshire and Scotland.
In North Yorkshire, Britons can now stay at Bowland Fell Holiday Park in Skipton, which has holidays starting from £199 for four nights.
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Britons can stay at Hedley Wood Holiday Park in Holesworthy, Devon from £139 for four nights this October.
Cornwall has three new holiday parks.
A stay at Seaview Village in Looe can be had for as little as £137 for four nights, or £34.25 a night.
In Trevella Park in Newquay, four nights in October can be had for £175.
And in Hengar Manor in Bodmin, a four-night holiday is available from £151.
Britons heading to the Yorkshire Coast can now stay at Sand le Mere Holiday Park in Tunstall from £149 for four nights.
A Peak District holiday at Ashbourne Heights Holiday Park in Ashbourne this October starts at £284.
Two new parks were added in Scotland.
A stay at Turnberry Holiday Park in Ayrshire starts at £229 for three nights.
While a holiday at Silver Sands Holiday Park near Lossiemouth on the Moray Firth has stays from £259 for three nights this October.
Tony said: “Whether customers are looking for holiday stays or to buy a holiday home, these parks have everything in place to deliver a first-class experience at an affordable cost
“We will now be committing even more investment to ensuring that park facilities and services meet the highest possible standards, and in further upgrading accommodation and infrastructure.
“But it is important to both customers and staff that our investment plans are sensitive to the individual park identities and character, which each has established over the years.”
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